Dr. Tuhin Roy
Professor



Dr. Tuhin Roy completed his Ph.D. degree from the Institute of Disaster Management and Vulnerability Studies and obtained his undergraduate and graduate degrees in Sociology from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. In 2009 he joined as a lecturer of Sociology Discipline of Khulna University. Presently Dr. Roy is working as professor of the same discipline. Before joining Khulna University, Dr. Roy was a part-time faculty member of Department of Sanskrit, University of Dhaka while he taught Introduction to Sociology. He was also appointed as a teaching assistant of BRAC University where he taught Introduction to Sociology and Bangladesh studies. In addition, he was also research associate of Banglapedia (National encyclopedia of Bangladesh) from the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh. Recently he has successfully completed his tenure as joint director at Khulna University Research and Innovation Centre.

Dr. Roy published widely in the areas of development includes Social Policy, Disaster Management, Environmental Politics, Coastal risk Management and the Vulnerable groups and their livelihoods. He has published 8 books, 29 research articles, and 7 book chapters. His articles, books, book chapters published from various reputed journals and publishers including Tailor & Francis Online, Sage, Springer, Plos One, etc, books including Sage, University Press Limited (UPL) etc. and book chapters including Routledge, Springer etc. In 2018, he received Overall Best Presentation Award and Session Best Award-2018, International Conference on Social sciences, Colombo, Sri Lanka. He regularly writes popular articles in Bengali national dailies on various contemporary social issues. He also attended several national and international conferences as presenter, scientific committee member as well as session chair.



EDUCATION

2013-2017

Ph.D in Institute of Disaster Management and Vulnerability Studies (IDMVS), University of Dhaka.

Thesis Title:

Disaster Risk Reduction Interventions in Bangladesh: A case study on Selected Villages of South West Region.

2002-2003

Masters of Social Science (MSS) Sociology, University of Dhaka,

First Class.

Thesis Title:

Vulnerable Occupation and Poverty : A Sociological study of Honey

Collectors of their Livelihoods in Dacope Upazila.

1998-2002

Bachelor of Social Science (BSS) Sociology, University of Dhaka

First Class.

Monograph Title:

Reproductive Rights among Urban Hindu Women: Study at Shakari

Bazar, Dhaka.

1996-1998

Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) similar to A level, Humanities

First Division with Star Marks.

1994-1996

Secondary School Certificate (SSC) similar to O level, Science

First Division.

§   Environmental Issues and Climate Change Adaption, 

§   Environmental Politics, Coastal Risk Management, 

§   Disaster Management and Public Health, Sustainable Development

§   Education, Population and Society---Vulnerable groups and Coastal livelihoods,

§   Social Policy, Social Integration.

2009 - Present

Sociology Discipline, Khulna University

 Professor

 Courses Conducted

 

B.S.S program

Ø  Introductory Sociology

Ø  Introduction to Social Research

Ø  Sociology of Organization

Ø  Social Statistics

Ø  Contemporary Bangladesh Society and Culture

Ø  Sociology of Criminology

Ø  Sociology of Environment

Ø  Classical Sociological Theory

Ø  Social Forestry

Ø  Sociology of Disaster

Ø  Industrial Sociology

Ø  Sociology of Mass

 M.S.S program

Ø  Issues and Problems of Development in South Asia

Ø  Development of Theoretical Perspective in Sociology

Ø  Population, Politics and Development

Ø  Advanced Research Monograph

Ø  Communication

Ø  Sociology of Third World

Ø  Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of Social Data

 

Feb’ 15, 2009 – Nov’ 02, 2009

Banglapedia Trust, Bangladesh Asiatic Society

Research Associate

Responsible for

Ø  Preliminary Editor,

Ø  Information Recorder

Ø  Article Reviewer

Ø  Contributor to Banglapedia (National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh)

Ø  Conduct short term Research

Jan’ 21, 2008 –

Jan’ 21, 2009

BRAC University

Teaching Assistant

Responsible for

Ø  Conduct Academic Classes

Ø  Assist to organize Departmental Cultural Program

Ø  Arrange study Tour

June 18 , 2007 – May 05, 2008

The University of Asia Pacific

Faculty Member (Part-time)

Responsible for

Ø  Conduct Academic Class

Ø  Assist to organize Cultural and Academic Program

Sep’ 01, 2006 – Nov’ 01,2009

Department of Sanskrit, University of Dhaka

Lecturer in Sociology (part-time)

Responsible for

Ø  Conduct Academic Class

Ø  Involved in Disciplinary Research

July 25, 2019-Present

Course Coordinator, Master of population and Gender studies (MPGS), Sociology Discipline, Khulna University





Other notable activities


--Secretary-General, International Association for Social Science and Humanities (IASSH), the International Institute of Knowledge Management, NO: 531/18, Kotte Road, Pitakotte, Srilanka, From 2000 ---Today (Ongoing). https://iassh.tiikm.com/executive-committee/

---Editorial Member, JSS Journal of science studies, iga KM2 Pulutan sidorejo, kotasolatiga, Jawa Tengah, Indonesia, Hp+628156570314

-----Executive Director, GDRI


 ---- PhD international expert, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India (on going)


 -- Joint Director, Khulna University Research Cell, (from 17/12/2020 --Today)

 --Member, Professor Abdul Majed Khan Memorial Trust (2018-2019), Asiatic Society of Bangladesh.

---Executive Committee Member, School of Studies, Social Science School, Khulna University from From 19/09/2018 ...

---Elected Social Welfare and Cultural Secretary, Khulna University Teacher’s Association (KUTA)-2018.

--  Ex-Assistant provost (Khan jahan Ali Hall-2012), Khulna University

---Ex-Assistant Provost (Aparajita Hall-2013), Khulna University

----- Ex-elected Member, Khulna University Teacher’s Association (KUTA)-2016.

--------   Ex-elected Member, Khulna University Teacher’s Association (KUTA)-2021

-----   Adviser to the Chairman,   National Debate Federation (NDF, BD), Khulna Region, 2019.

-----   Adviser-Noiyaik (Debating Club), Khulna University.

-----   Adviser, BRICK (Research).

-----   Publication secretary-Dhaka University Alumnai Association, Khulna Region (Running)

------ Publication Secretary, Jagonnath Hall Alumnai Association, Khulna Region (Running)

------ Editor-“Aloker Ei Jharna Dharai”-2018, Dhaka University Alumnai Association, Khulna Region, Bangladesh.

 -----  Associate Editor, 'Jotoirmoy Jagonnath Hall,' Jagonnath Hall Alumna


 -----  Association, Khulna, Bangladesh. President, Daily National Prothom Alo, Khulna Bondusova , 2022---2023


Life Member

Asiatic Society of Bangladesh

Life Member

Dhaka University Registered Graduate

Life member

Dhaka University Alumni Association

Life Member

Dhaka University Sociology Alumni Association

Life Member

Bengali Language Committee

Member

Bangladesh Sociological Association





Overall Best Presentation Award and Best Session Award----2018, International Conference on Social sciences, Colombo, Srilanka.

Supervision

SL Title Degree Role Start Date End Date
1 Social Injustice of Disaster Relief: A Qualitative Study in the Southwestern Coastal Regions of Bangladesh Bachelor Supervisor 1st January, 2023 (Graduation) 12 December, 2023
2 Factors Contributing to Delayed Health Seeking Behaviors among Adolescents Bachelor Supervisor 1st January, 2023 (Graduation) 12 December, 2023
3 Knowledge and perception of the coastal people regarding the role of Technology in Disaster preparedness and response. Bachelor Supervisor 1st January, 2023 (graduation) 12 December, 2023
4 Disaster Risk Reduction Strategies of Low-income People in Dacope Upazila of Bangladesh Bachelor Supervisor 15th April, 2020 30 December, 2021
5 Informal Volunteerism in Disaster Management: Evidence from Southwest Coastal Region of Bangladesh Bachelor Supervisor 1st January, 2020 1st January, 2022
6 Livelihood resilience and climate change induced seasonal working migrants: A study on southwest coastal region of Bangladesh Masters Supervisor 1January 2021 3 march 2022
7 Role of Educational Institutions in Disaster Management. Bachelor Supervisor 1st January, 2020 1st January, 2022
8 Social Bonding and Bridging Affinity in Disaster Recovery: A Study in Dacope Upazila. Bachelor Supervisor 01 January 2020 01 January 2022
9 Disaster Risk Reduction Strategies of Low-income People in Dacope Upazila of Bangladesh. Bachelor 01 January 2020 1st January, 2022
10 Effect of COVID-19 Pandemic on Social Behavior of Students in Khulna University. Masters Supervisor 1 March, 2022 (Master) 23 February 2023
11 Knowledge of Disaster Risk Reduction among the Master’s Students of Social Science School in Khulna University. Masters Supervisor 1 March, 2022 (Master) 23 February 2023
12 Exploring the gap between Disaster Management Policy and Practice: An Investigation Regarding Climate Induced Migration in Southwestern Coastal Bangladesh. Masters Supervisor 01 July 2023 (Master) May 2024 (approximately)
13 Attitude of the Victims towards the Role of Political Leaders in Post Disaster Relief Management: A study at Dacope Upazila in Khulna District. Masters 1July 2023 May 2024 (approximately
14 Women's Participation in Community Disaster Risk Management in Coastal Area of Khulna District Bachelor Supervisor 1st January 2022 15 December 2022
15 Community Perception regarding Disaster Risk Reduction Management Program in Dacope Upazila of Khulna District Bachelor Supervisor 1st January 2022 (Master) 1st January 2023
16 Residential Arrangements for the students of Khulna University and the impacts on their academic sector Bachelor Supervisor IJanuary, 2022 15 December, 2022
17 Effect of COVID-19 pandemic on education among the students of khulna university Masters Supervisor 1January 2021 30 March 2022
18 Challenges of Disable people to access sanitation facilities in the Southwestern Coastal region of Bangladesh Masters Supervisor 1st January 2021 3 march 2022
19 Prevalence of Sexual Harassment among students of Khulna University Masters Supervisor 1st January 2021 3 March 2022
20 Pttern of Food Habits of the people at paikgacha Upazila in Khulna District: A sociological Study Masters Supervisor 1July 2018 15 September 2019
21 Sociopolitical Study on Pre-and post-disaster Management in Coastal Bangladesh Masters Supervisor 1July 2018 15 September 2019
22 Pit-Less Toilet induced Health Hazard: a Case study on Khulna City Corporation Masters Supervisor 1st July 2018 13 February 2019
23 Diasphoric History of South Asia: a case study on Rohinga People Masters Supervisor 1January 2018 3 February 2019
24 Effects of salinity on Reproductive Health of Women in Koyra Upazila Masters Supervisor 1st January 2021 1st November 2021
25 Sarecity of Drinking water and its consequences: a Study in South-Western region of Bangladesh Bachelor Supervisor 1st January 2011 4 June 2012
26 Socio-economic Resilience to Natural Disaster among Coastal people: A study in Dacope Upazila of Khulna District of bangladesh Bachelor Supervisor 1st January 2015 3 October 2016
27 The impacts of Water crisis management on Livelihood pattern among Women in Dacope Upazila Bachelor Supervisor 1st January 2019 12 December 2019
28 Occupational Vulnerability and the nature of poverty: A study on Bawalis of Dacope Upazila Bachelor Supervisor 1st July 2011 5th June 2012
29 Assessment of Gender Vulnerability in Coastal Bangladesh Bachelor Supervisor 1st January 2015 3 October 2016
30 Post-Disaster food habits and Dietary Pattern of the Women in southwest Bangladesh Bachelor Supervisor 1st July 2015 15 May 2016
31 Gender Dimension in Disaster Management: The Vulnerabilities and coping Mechanism in the coastal area of Bangladesh Bachelor Supervisor 1st July 2011 5 July 2012
32 Role of Microfinance on Disaster Management: A study on Coastal Bangladesh Bachelor Supervisor 1st January 2016 1st January 2017
33 Impact of Shrim Cultivation of Rural Bangladesh: A study at Du,uria Khulna District Bachelor Supervisor 1st January 2008 29 March 2009
34 Living with the risk of water logging: Community Planning of Coastal people in Dacope Upazila 1st January 2018 15 January 2019
35 Social Determinants of Reproductive Health of the women at Slums in Khulna City of Bangladesh Bachelor Supervisor 1st January 2010 5 May 2011
36 Socio-cultural and Psychological aspects of life of Khulna university students residing in hall Bachelor Supervisor 1st July 2011 7 July 2012
37 The Role of E-commerce on Women empowerment in Khulna City Masters Supervisor 1st January 2021 6 March 2022
38 Impact of Private Tutoring of University Students on their academic achievements Bachelor Supervisor 1st January 2016 6 January 2017
39 Adaptation strategies of the Aila affected people in Satkhira District in Bangladesh Bachelor Supervisor 1st January 2010 5 May 2011
40 Impact of Flood on Livelihood of the people: A study at Koyra Upazila of Khulna District Masters Supervisor 1st January 2018 6 February 2019
41 Impact of Disaster on Children's Health Bachelor Supervisor 1st January 2018 21 January 2019
42 Socio-economiv condition of the Labor in Jute Manufacturing Industry in Khulna City of Bangladesh Bachelor Supervisor 1st January 2010 5 May 2011
43 Impact of Disaster on Women’s Health: Study on Dacope Upazila of Khulna District Masters Supervisor 1st January 2023 (Master) 25th November, 2023
44 Title :“A Comparative Study of the Quality Between the Education of the National University and That of the Other Public Universities in Bangladesh Masters Supervisor 1st January 2019 (PhD, Supervisor) 12 December 2023
45 Women Engagement in Disaster Risk Reduction: A Study on the Coastal Areas of Bangladesh Masters Supervisor Ist January 2023 (PhD, Supervisor) Running
46 Disaster Management Capabilities of Local Government in south western coastal region of Bangladesh PhD Supervisor 1st may 2021(PhD, supervisor) Running
47 Women Engagement in Disaster Risk Reduction: A Study on the Coastal Areas of Bangladesh Masters Supervisor Ist January 2023 (PhD, supervisor) Running
48 Understanding the Decay of Educational values among secondary level students in Bangladesh: Causes, consequences and solutions Masters Supervisor 27 December 2023 (PhD, supervisor) Running

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Published articles (Journal), Published Book Chapters, Conference Proceedings/Conference Paper, Published Books 

1.  Sony, M. M. A. A.M. Hasan, K & Roy, T. (2023). Coping with disasters: Changing pattern of disaster risk reduction activities in the southwestern coastal areas of Bangladesh, Springer Nature,  SN social sciences 3 (12) DOI: 10.1007/s43545-023-00791-8

2, Tohan, M., Kabir, A., Haque, H & Roy, T. (2023). Demographic Predictors of Disaster preparedness behaviour: Sylhet and Sunamganj, Bangladesh, Environmental Hazards, Taylor and Francis, doi10.1080/17477891.2023.2239231. [Q2, IF, 3.1]

3. Akter, R., Roy, T., & Aktar, R. (2023). The Challenges of Women in Post-disaster Health Management: A Study in Khulna District. International Journal of Disaster Risk Management5(1), 51-66. https://doi.org/10.18485/ijdrm.2023.5.1.5.

4. Sony, M. M. A. A.M. & Roy, T. (2023). Capitalism in academic environment: micro evidence from Sociological discipline of Khulna University. Education for Social Emancipation. 548-547. ISBN: 978-960-243-741-4. https://www.eled.auth.gr/

5. Roy, T & Sony, M. M. A. A. M., (2023). Religion and Disaster Management: A study on two selected villages in Coastal Bangladesh. Khulna University Studies, volume 20 (1), Doi: 10.53808/KUS.2023.20.01.2217-ss.

6. Roy, T., Rayhan, M.B., & Aktar, R. (2023). Prevalence of Sexual Harassment among Female Students of Khulna University. Indonesian journal of  Innovation and Applied Science (IJIAS),  Volume-3, Issue-1, ISSN 2775-4162 (online), Page 12-21. doi10.47540/ijias.v3i1.590.                                               

7.  Rahman, M., & Roy, T. (2023). Impediment to communication in adolescent sexual and reproductive health knowledge: a study in secondary level students in Khulna City. SN Soc Sci 3, 9. Springer  Nature, https://doi.org/10.1007/s43545-022-00598-z.  

8.  Sony, M.M.A.A.M., Roy, T., Rikta, S.,& Islam, R (2023). Living with disaster: Local Coping Mechanism from religious point of view:  Study on the southwest Coastal Bangladesh, Barishal University Journal of Social sciences. Volume-3, Issue-1, p. 51-66, ISSN 2411-247x.

9. Razzak, A.,Faruk, G., & Roy, T., (2023). Climate Change Adaptation Strategies of Women in Disaster Prone Region in Bangladesh, International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science (IJRISS). DOI: https://doi.org/10.47772/IJRISS.2023.70560

10.  Chowdhury, S., Roy, T., Sony, M. M. A. A. M., & Rashid, Md. M. (2023). Significance of Co-curricular Activities to be Skilled Manpower: A Case Study on Khulna University. BL COLLEGE JOURNAL4(2), 135–146. https://doi.org/10.62106/blc2022v4i2e6

11.   SK Chanda, MR Kabir,  RoyT ,TA Sohel, H Howlader, & SR Razu (2022). Sociocultural Costs of the Long-term COVID-19 Outbreak in Bangladesh: A systematic Review. SAGE open 12 (4). https://doi.org/10.1177/21582440221143298.

12.  Islam, Ara, G, Roy, T, Jahan, S, and Islam, M, (2022), Adaptive Strategies of Coastal People in response to Climate Change: Experiences from the Two Villages of Dacope Upazila in Bangladesh, Environment and Ecosystem science (EES) 6(1) (2022), 17-28. doi: 10.26480/ees.01.2022.17.28.

13. Roy, T. et al., (2021). Covid-19 Vaccine rumors and conspiracy theories: The need for cognitive inoculation against misinformation to improve vaccine adherence. PLOS ONE. doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0251605, May12, 20211.

14.  Roy, T. Chandra, D, Sony, M. M. A. A. M., & Rahman, S. (2021). Impact of Salinity intrusion on the Health of Coastal people: reflections from Dacope Upazila of Khulna District, Bangladesh. Khulna University Studies, 17 (1&2): 57-66. doi:10.53808/KUS.2020.17.1&2.1906-S.

15. Poly, A. Chanda, S.K. & Roy, T. (2020). Response to extreme Climatic Event: A Case Study of Coastal Community from Southeast, Bangladesh. Khulna University Studies, 17 (1&2): 89-104.

16.  Mallick, S. K., & Roy, T. (2020). Sexual and reproductive health needs of people living with HIV/AIDS and the social responses in association with stigma and discrimination. Mediscope, 7(1): 7-16. doi: 10.3329/mediscope. v7i1.47134.

17. Sony, M. M. A. A. M., Hasan, K., Roy, T., & Basu, B. (2020). “Lay people perception about the Coronavirus Pandemic: Evidence from Khulna, Bangladesh” Research Square, version 1, preprint. doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-23308/v1.

18.  Roy, T., & Sony, M. M. A. A. M., (2019). “Social Structure changes in post-Disaster area from Marxist point of View: Reflection from Dacope, Khulna, Bangladesh.” NIU International Journal of Human Rights, 6 (1): 3- 13.

19.  Roy, T. Alam, C., & Sony, M. M. A. A. M., (2019). “Livelihood Pattern of Betel Leaf Cultivators: A Case study at Fakirhat Upazilla in Bagherhat District”, South Asian journal of Agriculture (SAJA), 7(1&2): 34-37.

20. Roy, T., (2019). “Disaster Risk Reduction Interventions in Bangladesh: A case Study of Selected Villages of Southwest Region”, Asiatic society of Bangladesh, vol. 64(1): 43-70.

21. Khan, A, Mahzebin, M., Rashid, M., & Roy, T., (2019). “Impact of early marriage on reproductive Health”, Indian journal of regional Science, LI (1): 64-77.

22.  Chandra, D., Roy, T., & Golder, B., (2019). “Factors Determining Empowerment of Aged widow in Raingamari village of Batiaghata Thana in Khulna district of Bangladesh. Khulna University studies, 16(1&2): 113-124.

23. Roy, T. & Dutta S., (2017). “Post-Disaster Food Habit and Dietary Pattern of women Of Khulna District in Bangladesh”, Khulna University Studies, 14(1&2): 243-255.

24. Roy, T. Hasan, M. & Q. Alam (2013). “Women Representatives in Union Parishad of Bangladesh, Khulna University Studies, 11&12 (1&2).

25.  Roy, T. T. Hossain, M. Khatun & S. Rana (2013). “Reproductive Health Care Seeking Behavior of Female Street Dwellers: A study conducted in Dhaka City of Bangladesh,” Khulna University Studies, volume 11 and 12 (1&2).

26.  Roy,T., Mallick, S. & K. Hasan (2011). “Rural-Urban Differentials of Gender Inequality and Reproductive Health among Married women in South Western Bangladesh”, Khulna University Studies, 10 (1 and 2): 331-339.

27.  Bairagi, A. K., Roy, T., & Polin. A., (2011). “Socio-Economic Impacts of Mobile Phone in Rural Bangladesh: A case Study in Batiaghata Thana, Khulna District”, International Journal of Computer and Information Technology, ISSN 2078-5828, 2 (1).

28. Bairagi, A.K., Rajon, S.H., & Roy, T., (2011). “Status and Role of Educational institutions to build digital society in Bangladesh:  Perspective of Khulna, a divisional city”, International journal of advances in engineering and technology, 1(4): 374-383.

29. Roy, T., (2009). “Swami Vivakanander Somajchinta (Social Thought Of Swami Vivekananda)”, Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh (Humanities), 25(4):107-26.

30.  Roy, T.. (2007). “Sylhet Jeler cha Shramiker Jibonbikkhon (Life style of the Tea Laborers in Sylhet), "Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh (Humanities), 25(2):229-42.

31. Roy, T. (2007)., “Life Style and the Religious Beliefs of the Mowals of Dacope Thana:  A Sociological Study”, Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh (Humanities), 52: 115-42.

Published Book Chapters

1.   Roy, T. Nasreen, M. Hasan, K. & Sony, M. M. A. A. M. (2023Community Priorities in disaster risk reduction interventions: a critical perspective from southwest coastal Bangladesh, Routledge, Taylor and Francis group. https://www.routledge.com/Coastal-Disaster-Risk-Management-in-Bangladesh-Vulnerability-and-Resilience/Nasreen-Hossain-Khan/p/book/9781032182230/ https://www.taylorfrancis.com/.../community-priorities...[Scopus Indexed]

2.  Roy, T. & Sony, M.M.A.A.M., (2022) Climate change, conflict, and pro-social behaviour in south-western Bangladesh: Implications for environmental justiceSpringer Nature Singapore.(Scopus indexed) https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-981-19-1987-9_17[Scopus Indexed]

3.  Sultana Z., Mondal P., Roy T., Biswas B., & Mallick B. (2021Socio-political Distancing Amid Disaster: Empirical Evidence from Bangladesh. In: Alam G.M.M., Erdiaw-Kwasie M.O., Nagy G.J., Leal Filho W. (eds) Climate Vulnerability and Resilience in the Global South. Climate Change Management. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-77259-8_18.

4.    Khan L., Roy T., & Alam G.M.M. (2021Post-cyclone Occupational Vulnerabilities of Farmers in South-West Coastal Region of Bangladesh. In: Alam G.M.M., Erdiaw-Kwasie M.O., Nagy G.J., Leal Filho W. (eds) Climate Vulnerability and Resilience in the Global South. Climate Change Management. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-77259-8_6.

5.   Roy, T. & Sony, M. M. A. A. M. (2021). "Role of Women in Social Health: A  Case study on southwest disaster prone area of Bangladesh" from the book of “Disaster, Environment and Health edited by Mahbuba Nasreen and others from Institute of Disaster Management and Vulnerability Studies (IDMVS), University of Dhaka. ISBN: 978-984-35-2709-7.

6.    Roy T., Nasreen M., Khan A.A., & Karim, R. M. (2020Disaster Risk Mitigation Strategies in the Southwestern Coastal Region of Bangladesh. In: Bandyopadhyay S., Pathak C., Dentinho T. (eds) Urbanization and Regional Sustainability in South Asia. Contemporary South Asian Studies. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-23796-7_5. 

Conference Proceedings/Conference Paper:  

[2023]

  1. Roy, T.,Sony M.M.A.A.M,.(2023), at the interdisciplinary international conference on Morality, Spirituality, Culture and Society: East and West, Adamas University, Kolkata, West Bengal, India.  Conference paper: "The Power of Religion in Disaster Management: Coastal Bangladesh Perspective" held on 2 &3 January 2023.
  2. Roy, T.,S, Hossain, Sony, M.M. A.A. (2023), at the international conference on Climate Smart Agriculture & the 4 AR. Conference Paper: Local Government capabilities of climate change adaptation strategies on food security in the southwest coastal area of Bangladesh held on 19-20 October 2023.  
  3. Roy, T., Hasan, K.M., Sony. M.M. A.A. M, Rahman, H.M., & Chowdhury, S.,(2023, online), at the international Sociological Congress, Australia, Conference Paper: “We want to get Back our Normal Life: Social Integration and Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh” held on 29 June 2023.
  4. Sony, M.M.A.A.M., Roy, T., and Sain,R.,(2023, Online), at the international Sociological Congress, Australia. Conference Proceeding, “Recreation Scenario of Bangladesh Transgender people Amid New Normal era" held on 28 June 2023.
  5. Chowdhury, S., Roy, T.,& Sony, M.M.A.A.M.,(2023) at the First International Conference on Social Science Issues, Khulna University, Bangladesh, Conference Proceeding: "Challenges of Ensuring quality Higher Education and exploratory study in some challenges Affiliated to NU southern Bangladesh" held on 27-28 January 2023
  6. Anwar, S.H., &, Roy, T.,(2023) at the First International Conference on Social Science Issues, Khulna University, Bangladesh, Conference Paper: "Examining Disaster Management capabilities of Local Government in South-west Coastal Region of Bangladesh" held on 27-28 January 2023.    
  7. [2022]

    1.    Roy, T (2022) as a session chair as well as presenter in the international conference on “Padma Bridge and its socio-economic implications” at Barishal University, Bangladesh. Conference proceeding: Infrastructure development, Socio-environmental Impact and Local Government: A Case study onPadma Bridge and southwest urban areas of Bangladesh” held on 26 June 2022.

    2.  Roy, T (2022) in the interdisciplinary international conference on critical education for social emancipation: Aristotle University of Thassaloniki, Greece. Conference proceeding: “Capitalism in Academic Environment: A micro evidence from the Khulna University of Bangladesh” held on 4-8 July 2022.

    3.    Roy, T (2022) as a Panellist of National Conference by JJS with the cooperation of other INGs and NGOs at Caritas Auditorium, Khulna. Conference proceeding: “Second Coastal Children’s Climate Change” held on 09 November 2022.

    [2021]

    1.    Roy, T (2021) at the international conference on celebrating 100 years of the university of the Dhaka, reflections from Alumni: University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Conference proceeding: “Social sciences for life and living” held on 29-31 May 2021

    [2020]

    1.  Roy, T (2020) at the international conference on Planning Sustainable Regions: The Social-Economic-Ecological Triad and 51st Annual Conference of the RSAI, India: Amity University, Kolkata organized by Amity Institute of Environmental Sciences and Amity Institute of Social Sciences. Conference proceeding: “Factors Affecting Psychological Preparedness of Disaster Management of Cyclone Affected People: Evidence from Dacope, Khulna” held on 13-15, February 2020.

    2.    Roy, T (2020) in the international conference: IDMVS, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Conference proceeding “International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction 2020” held on 11 October 2020.

    3.   Roy, T (2020) at the international Fifth social sciences conference of Bangladesh: BISR, Dhaka. Conference proceeding ‘It’s a Rich peoples Disease: Psychosocial responses to COVID-19 in Bangladesh” held on November 2020.

    [2019]

    1.   Roy, T (2019) at 50th Golden Jubilee annual Conference of Regional science Association of India: Institute for Excellence in Higher Education, Bhopal and Madhya Pradesh private University Regulatory Commission, Bhopal, India. Conference proceeding: “A case study on Sacred in Sustainable Disaster Management: Evidence from Coastal Bangladesh” held on 20-22, February 2019.

    2.  Roy, T (2019) at 12th international Geographical Union (IGU)India conference on Climate Change, Natural Disasters and Sustainable Development, organized by Govt. Post Graduate college, Sector -01, Panchkula, India. Conference proceeding: “Status of Changing Pattern of Local Coping Mechanism of Disaster Management: A Study on Southwest Coastal Region of Bangladesh” held on 22-24February 2019.

    3.   Roy, T (2019) at 1st International Conference on Social Sciences and Law, organized by University of Barishal. Conference proceeding: “A Case Study on performance of Local Volunteer in Disaster Management: Evidence from Dacope, Bangladesh” held on 15&16, March2019.

    4.     Roy, T (2019) at the Nobab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate Building, University of Dhaka, organized by Institute of Disaster Management and vulnerability Studies, University of Dhaka and International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. Conference proceeding: International Symposium on Environment, Disaster and Health” held on 18-20 December 2019.

    [2018]

    1.  Roy, T (2018)at 12th world congress of the RSAI. Conference Theme: “Spatial systems: social integration, Regional development and Sustainability” Goa, India. Conference proceeding “Community Response and Cyclone Signalling in Coastal Bangladesh”, and a session chair of “Natural and Man -made disaster management” held on 29 May-1 June. 2018.

    2.    Roy, T (2018) at the 5th International Conference on social Sciences 2018 (ICOSS 2018): The Intelligence Institute of Knowledge Management (TIIKM), Colombo, Srilanka. Conference proceeding: “Indigenous Coping Mechanism and the Role of Religion on Disaster Management: Evidence from Coastal Bangladesh” held on 20&21, September 2018.

    3.   Roy, T (2018) at the 3rd Annual Conference on Social Research in Bangladesh Pritalata Waddader Auditorium, NAPD, Dhaka: Bangladesh Institute of social Research Trust. Conference proceeding: “Impediment to communication in Adolescence Health Knowledge: A study in Secondary Level students in Khulna City”& “Livelihood pattern of Betel-Leaf Cultivators: A case study at Fakirhat Upazilla in Bagerhat District” held on 10th November 2018.

    [2017]

    1.    Roy, T (2017) at the 2nd annual conference: Bangladesh Institute of social Research Trust, and National academy for Planning and Development (NAPD). Conference proceeding: “Social research in Bangladesh” held on 04 November 2017.

    [2016]

    1.  Roy, T (2016) at Anthropology department, Shahjalal University Science and Technology “Critical Engagement in Anthropological landscape in Bangladesh”. Conference proceeding: “Post- Disaster Food Habits and Dietary Pattern of Women in South-Western Coastal Region of Bangladesh” held on 6&7, February 2016.

    [2011]

    1.   Roy, T (2011) at the 2nd International conference on Solid Waste Management in Developing countries: Waste Safe, Khulna, Bangladesh. Conference proceeding “Some Concerns of the Housewives in managing their Households Solid Waste Management in Khulna City, Bangladesh: An analysis of some Case Studies” held on 13-15, February2011.

    [2008]

    1.  Roy, T (2008) at the International Conference on Climate change and Food security in South Asia, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh and the Ohio State University, USA. Conference proceeding: “The Winds of ‘Terror’, the ‘Terror of Wind’”: Sidr in a Bangladesh Village” held on 25-30, August2008


    Published Books

1.     Roy, T. (2022), Somoy Jekhane Jamon [in Bengali], Published in NOI Prokashan, Dhaka, Bangladesh ISBN; 978-984-35-1512-4

2.   Gosh, S., Huq, S. & Roy, T. (eds) (2021), Chiro Unnoto Shir [in Bengali], published by Dhaka University Alumnai Association, Khulna

3.     Roy, T. (2017) Anurbor Borsha [in Bengali] (Sterile Rain), Published in NOI Prokashan, Dhaka, Bangladesh ISBN; 978-984-34-1501-1.

4.  Das, S., & Roy, T. (2011) Community based Disaster Assessment: A study on Mongla Upazilla, Bangladesh published by LAP LAMBERT Academic publishing. ISBN-10: 384653 9155, ISBN-13: 978-3846539156

5.  Howlader, H & Roy, T. (2011). Gender Perspective of Local Government, Bangladesh: A study on the Women Representatives in Union Parishad. Germany: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, ISBN: 978-3-8465-0630-1.

6.   Roy, T. (2011). Vulnerable Occupation and Poverty: A Study on Honey Collectors of Dacope Upazilla, Bangladesh. Dr. Müller (edt.), Germany: VDM Verlag, ISBN: 978-3-639-3760-0.

7.     Biswas. S. & Roy, T. (2011). School Theatre and Child Development: Insights from Bagherhat District of Bangladesh, ISBN: 978-3-639-36740-9, Germany: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller.

8.    Sen, R., Bhowmik, D., & Roy, T. (2009). Bangladesher MuktiJudha: Dhaka O Calcutta Viswabidyalayer Obodan (Liberation War of Bangladesh: Contribution of Dhaka and Calcutta University [in Bengali.]), University Press Limited (UPL). ISBN: 978-984-8815-33-5.