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Niger Sultana holds MS and BSS degree in Anthropology from University of Dhaka and She is the very first one in Bangladesh who takes her teaching in Folklore from Anthropology background. Her area of interest includes Storytelling, Folklore and Gender, Anthropology of Fashion, Material Culture, Knowledge and Discourse, Anthropology of Islam, Sustainability and Indigenous Architecture, Digital Folklore.
“Gendered Power and Fashion: An Anthropological Spectacle”.
” Construction of Feminine Discourse Through Proverbs: A Post-Colonial Approach to Study Folklore”.
Presented a paper titled ” Women and Material culture: Rethinking Western Stereotypes” in the International Conference on changing Materials in South Asia on March 03, 2019
Presented a paper titled “Constructed Feminine discourse: Norms and Practices of Girls Madrasah” in the International Conference on Gender Mainstreaming in Politics, Administration And Development in South Asia and Beyond jointly organized By North South University Bangladesh and University of Bergen, Norway on November 18-19, 2017.
She organized Visual Folklore Workshop on 20 March 2019 and Convened the conference on “Folklore as Meta-communication Device” jointly with Dr. Atiza Dill Afrose on 7th April, 2019 at the Jatiya Kabi Kazi Nazrul Islam University.
(FL-102) Folk Riddles and Proverbs , (FL-107) Folk Festival and Folk Game, (FL- 205) Introducing Sociology, (FL-305) Introduction to Anthropology, (FL- 405) Ethnic Group and Ethnology of Bengal, (FL 407) Audio-Visual Media and Folk Media, Currently teaching (FL-203) Cultural Theories, and (FL 502) Gender and Folklore .