Shaila Solaiman

Shaila Solaiman

Assistant Professor

Department of International Relations
Faculty of Security & Strategic Studies (FSSS)

shaila.solaiman@bup.edu.bd


BANGLADESH UNIVERSITY OF PROFESSIONALS
Mirpur Cantonment, Dhaka-1216

Education
S.S.C, Jahangirnagar University School and College
H.S.C, Jahangirnagar University School and College
Honors, Jahangirnagar University
Masters, Jahangirnagar University

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

Journal Publication

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Articlespublished in Refereed Journals

 

 

·      Solaiman,Shaila& Shahnewaz, Abdullah. 2019.“Obstacles for Women’s Participation in Local Governance in Bangladesh” Journalof Politics and Public Administration, Islamic University, Kushtia.

 

·      Solaiman,Shaila and Krisna, Sinthia Chakma. 2018. “Human Rights Violation on RohingyaWomen: Experience from a Refugee       Camp in Bangladesh” IOSR Journal Of Humanities And Social Science(IOSR-JHSS) Volume 23, Issue 6, Ver. 4 (June. 2018) PP 11-16 e-ISSN: 2279-0837,p-ISSN: 2279-0845.

·      Solaiman,Shaila. 2017. “Women Leadership in Bangladesh Politics: Symbolic orTangible?” Journalof Governance and Innovation,Vol. III, No. 1, January-June 2017 ISSN- 2312-5551

 

·      Solaiman,Shaila. 2014. “Indigenous People of Bangladesh: Struggle for Recognition” “Journal of Politics and Administration,Department of Political Studies, Shahjalal University of Science andTechnology, Vol.2, No.1, December.

 

·      Solaiman,Shaila & Solaiman, M. 2013. “Sheikh Mujib in the Emergence of Bangladesh:Leadership Role” “Journal of Politics andAdministration, Department of Political Studies, Shahjalal University ofScience and Technology, Vol.1, No.1, December.

 

·      Solaiman,M.& Solaiman, Shaila. 2013. “A Study of Sheikh Mujib’s Leadership Traits” “Asian Studies, Department ofGovernment and Politics, Jahangirnagar University, No.32, June.

 

·      Solaiman,Shaila. 2012. “Women’s Political Participation in Bangladesh: An Analysis ofRural Women’s Attitude towards Electoral Process”, Asian Studies, Department of Government and Politics,Jahangirnagar University, No.31, June.

 

·      Solaiman,Shaila. 2011. “Legislature in Bangladesh: Repeated boycott and Acute QuorumCrises”, Asian Studies, Department ofGovernment and Politics, Jahangirnagar University, No.30, June.

 

·      Solaiman,Shaila. 2010. “Copenhagen Accord on Global Warming: An Analysis,” Asian Studies, Department of Governmentand Politics, Jahangirnagar University, No.29, June.

 

·      Solaiman,M.& Solaiman, Shaila. 2010. “Patterns of Leadership: A TheoreticalPerspective”, COPULA, Journal of thePhilosophy Department, Jahangirnagar University, vol. xxvi, June.

 

·      Solaiman,Shaila. 2009. “Rural Women’s Attitude towards Women Participation in BangladeshLiberation War”, Asian Studies,Department of Government and Politics, Jahangirnagar University, No.28, June.

 

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Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

Conference Papers

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Paper Presentation in InternationalConference:

·      Solaiman,Shailaand Shahnewaz, Abdullah.2017. “Conditions and Constraints of Women’s Participation in Local Governance:Bangladesh Perspective”, International Conference on Governance andDevelopment: Asian Perspective, Department of PublicAdministration, University of Rajshahi.

·      Solaiman,Shaila.2017 Women Leadership inBangladesh Politics: Symbolic or Tangible?’ presented in“Insearch 2017” - 4th International Integrative Research Conference onEducation, Governance and Development at BARD.

·      Solaiman,Shaila and Krisna, Sinthia Chakma. 2018. “Crime Against Rohingya Women andChildren: Uncertain Destiny in Refugee Camp of Bangladesh,”2nd InternationalConference on Rohingya: Politics, Ethnic Cleansing, and Uncertainty, Departmentof Criminology, University of Dhaka.

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Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

Books

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Chapter Published in Book

 

·      Solaiman,Shaila & Ahmed, Bulbul. 2020. “Rohingya Women in the Shelter Camp ofBangladesh” in Hussain, Nasim Akter and Jolly, Parvin eds. Women’s Voice: ASearch for Feminist Consciousness, Dhaka, Sangbed. Pp.259-273

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

Researchs

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Field of Research Interest

·      Governance Studies

·      Leadership& Behavior

·      GenderStudies

·      Democracyand Political Participation

·      BangladeshPolitics

 

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

Courses

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1.    IR 1104 Introduction to Political Science

2.    IR 1210 Bangladesh Studies

3.    IR 4836 Comparative Politics

4.    IR 4733 China and India in International Relations

5.    MIR 5221 Social Movements, Revolutions and SocialChange

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

S.S.C, Jahangirnagar University School and College
H.S.C, Jahangirnagar University School and College
Honors, Jahangirnagar University
Masters, Jahangirnagar University

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

1.

Articlespublished in Refereed Journals

 

 

·      Solaiman,Shaila& Shahnewaz, Abdullah. 2019.“Obstacles for Women’s Participation in Local Governance in Bangladesh” Journalof Politics and Public Administration, Islamic University, Kushtia.

 

·      Solaiman,Shaila and Krisna, Sinthia Chakma. 2018. “Human Rights Violation on RohingyaWomen: Experience from a Refugee       Camp in Bangladesh” IOSR Journal Of Humanities And Social Science(IOSR-JHSS) Volume 23, Issue 6, Ver. 4 (June. 2018) PP 11-16 e-ISSN: 2279-0837,p-ISSN: 2279-0845.

·      Solaiman,Shaila. 2017. “Women Leadership in Bangladesh Politics: Symbolic orTangible?” Journalof Governance and Innovation,Vol. III, No. 1, January-June 2017 ISSN- 2312-5551

 

·      Solaiman,Shaila. 2014. “Indigenous People of Bangladesh: Struggle for Recognition” “Journal of Politics and Administration,Department of Political Studies, Shahjalal University of Science andTechnology, Vol.2, No.1, December.

 

·      Solaiman,Shaila & Solaiman, M. 2013. “Sheikh Mujib in the Emergence of Bangladesh:Leadership Role” “Journal of Politics andAdministration, Department of Political Studies, Shahjalal University ofScience and Technology, Vol.1, No.1, December.

 

·      Solaiman,M.& Solaiman, Shaila. 2013. “A Study of Sheikh Mujib’s Leadership Traits” “Asian Studies, Department ofGovernment and Politics, Jahangirnagar University, No.32, June.

 

·      Solaiman,Shaila. 2012. “Women’s Political Participation in Bangladesh: An Analysis ofRural Women’s Attitude towards Electoral Process”, Asian Studies, Department of Government and Politics,Jahangirnagar University, No.31, June.

 

·      Solaiman,Shaila. 2011. “Legislature in Bangladesh: Repeated boycott and Acute QuorumCrises”, Asian Studies, Department ofGovernment and Politics, Jahangirnagar University, No.30, June.

 

·      Solaiman,Shaila. 2010. “Copenhagen Accord on Global Warming: An Analysis,” Asian Studies, Department of Governmentand Politics, Jahangirnagar University, No.29, June.

 

·      Solaiman,M.& Solaiman, Shaila. 2010. “Patterns of Leadership: A TheoreticalPerspective”, COPULA, Journal of thePhilosophy Department, Jahangirnagar University, vol. xxvi, June.

 

·      Solaiman,Shaila. 2009. “Rural Women’s Attitude towards Women Participation in BangladeshLiberation War”, Asian Studies,Department of Government and Politics, Jahangirnagar University, No.28, June.

 

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Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

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Paper Presentation in InternationalConference:

·      Solaiman,Shailaand Shahnewaz, Abdullah.2017. “Conditions and Constraints of Women’s Participation in Local Governance:Bangladesh Perspective”, International Conference on Governance andDevelopment: Asian Perspective, Department of PublicAdministration, University of Rajshahi.

·      Solaiman,Shaila.2017 Women Leadership inBangladesh Politics: Symbolic or Tangible?’ presented in“Insearch 2017” - 4th International Integrative Research Conference onEducation, Governance and Development at BARD.

·      Solaiman,Shaila and Krisna, Sinthia Chakma. 2018. “Crime Against Rohingya Women andChildren: Uncertain Destiny in Refugee Camp of Bangladesh,”2nd InternationalConference on Rohingya: Politics, Ethnic Cleansing, and Uncertainty, Departmentof Criminology, University of Dhaka.

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Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

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Chapter Published in Book

 

·      Solaiman,Shaila & Ahmed, Bulbul. 2020. “Rohingya Women in the Shelter Camp ofBangladesh” in Hussain, Nasim Akter and Jolly, Parvin eds. Women’s Voice: ASearch for Feminist Consciousness, Dhaka, Sangbed. Pp.259-273

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

Field of Research Interest

·      Governance Studies

·      Leadership& Behavior

·      GenderStudies

·      Democracyand Political Participation

·      BangladeshPolitics

 

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

1.    IR 1104 Introduction to Political Science

2.    IR 1210 Bangladesh Studies

3.    IR 4836 Comparative Politics

4.    IR 4733 China and India in International Relations

5.    MIR 5221 Social Movements, Revolutions and SocialChange

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024