Seuty Sabur obtained a Bachelors and a Masters degree in Anthropology from Dhaka University. She obtained her second MA from Hiroshima University, Japan. She attained her doctoral degree in sociology at the National University of Singapore. She has published in various peer-reviewed journals. For the past few years her core research interest has been the Metropolitan Middle Class of Bangladesh – their lifestyle, changing gender role and their social and transnational networks and various social movements. She has been presenting her research findings in numerous conferences and South Asia, South East Asia, USA and UK based forums. She is one of the Board members of ‘Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Society’. She has been organizing various seminars and workshops on behalf of ESS bringing in scholars from various local and international universities. She was the Convener of a workshop on “Interpretive Strategies” and co-convener “Cultural Transformation: Development Initiatives and Social Movements" – Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Society, both held at BRAC University in 2011. She served as the Director (in charge) of Teaching and Learning Center and Office of Student Affairs at BRAC University, in Spring 2015. She is also a member of a BRACU disciplinary committee and Advisor of The BRACU Press and Pericon.
DepartmentDepartment of Economics and Social Sciences