This book gives names and faces to some of the world's poorest people, the inhabitants of a Banglade..
There have been many explanations of the economic and social situation of Bangladesh fro the viewpoi..
Migration from rural regions to urban centers, especially the capital city of Dhaka, continues unaba..
Dhaka is one of the world's megacities, yet relentless traffic, environmental deterioration, and poo..
The development history of Bangladesh is marked by fluctuations, turn-abouts and decelerations. To u..
This is a longitudinal study seeking to explain poverty in rural Bangladesh during the two decades b..
This book examines the lives of Bangladeshi children and adolescents roughly between 8 and 16 years ..
To the casual visitor Bangladesh may seem an ethnically uniform country but a close look whole const..
A range of vulnerabilities and an unfulfilled potential for development are the main features of the..
This book illustrates the uncertainties of the lives of the inhabitants of ‘Char’ lands (reclaimed l..
Purity and Communal Boundaries explores the rich complexities of a central Bangladeshi village, popu..
This study is based upon the author's extensive field work among the peasants in the rural areas of ..
A Constructed from first-person accounts by Hindus and Muslims, the story told here by sociolog..
‘The Chittagong Hill Tracts: Living in a Borderland’ examines the borderland between Burma, India an..
This book deals with the country boats of Bangladesh; the traditional non-mechanized vessels that ha..
The book deals with the Marmas of the Chittagong hills and the Rakhaines of the plains who are colle..
The Strong Women of Modhupur reviews the history of the Garo people of both India and Bangladesh sin..
Traditionally the farmers of Bangladesh have been using a variety of tools or implements in their ev..