Lamea Momen is a Lecturer in the Department of International Relations at the University of Dhaka. She received a BSS and an MSS in International Relations (2012 and 2013, respectively) from the University of Dhaka and an MA in Migration Studies (2017) from the University of Sussex. Lamea has been a recipient of the Asian Graduate Student Fellowship (2014) at the Asia Research Institute (ARI), the National University of Singapore and the Commonwealth Scholarship in the UK (2016-2017). She is currently a Doctoral Researcher in the School of Global Studies at the University of Sussex. Her research and teaching interests include high-risk migration, trading networks and diasporas, migrant entrepreneurship, and Bangladeshi migrant communities in South Africa.
|Degree Name||Group/Major Subject||Board/Institute||Country||Passing Year|
|Masters||Migration Studies||University of Sussex||United Kingdom||2017|
|Post Graduate Diploma||Creative Diplomacy||Regional Centre for Strategic Studies (RCSS)||Sri Lanka||2016|
|Masters||International Relations||University of Dhaka||Bangladesh||2013|
|Bachelor||International Relations||University of Dhaka||Bangladesh||2012|
|Title||Organization||Location||From Date||To Date|
|Doctoral Tutor||School of Global Studies, University of Sussex||Brighton, United Kingdom||29, Sep 2022||21-01-2023|
|Doctoral Tutor||School of Global Studies, University of Sussex||Brighton, United Kingdom||30, Sep 2021||21-01-2022|
|Assistant House Tutor||Shamsunnahar Hall, University of Dhaka||Dhaka, Bangladesh||25, Feb 2016||12-09-2016|
|Lecturer||Department of International Relations, University of Dhaka||Dhaka, Bangladesh||02, Aug 2015||Currently Working|
|Asian Graduate Student Fellow||Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore||Singapore||14, May 2014||28-06-2014|
|Education Coordinator||Research Initiatives, Bangladesh (RIB)||Dhaka, Bangladesh||18, Jun 2013||30-07-2015|
|Subject||Description||Research Interest (Goal, Target Indicator)|
|Migration and Mobility Studies||
My research interests broadly lie in high-risk migration, migrants' lived experiences of risk, trading networks and diasporas, migrant entrepreneurship, and Bangladeshi migrants in South Africa.
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Biao Xiang,, William L. Allen, Shahram Khosravi, Hélène Neveu Kringelbach, Yasmin Y. Ortiga, Karen Anne S. Liao, Jorge E. Cuéllar, Lamea Momen, Priya Deshingkar and Mukta Naik : Shock Mobilities During Moments of Acute Uncertainty, Geopolitics , 2022 .
Lamea Momen : Risk Management Strategies of Young Bangladeshi Migrant Men in Malaysia and South Africa, Journal of International Affairs, BILIA , vol.21 Nos. 1 & 2 , no.June and December 2017 , pp.1-20 , 2018 .
Lamea Momen and Priya Deshingkar : Hyper-precarious Lives: Bangladeshi Migrants on Azad Visas in Qatar during COVID-19, Routed: Migration & (Im)mobility Magazine , no.Special Issue: Epidemics, Labour and Mobility , 2020 .
|International||Commonwealth Scholarships in the UK||2016||United Kingdom||
I was awarded the prestigious Commonwealth Scholarship to study MA in Migration Studies, tenable at the University of Sussex, for the 2016-2017 academic year.
|International||Asian Graduate Student Fellowship||2014||Singapore||
I am a recipient of the Asian Graduate Student Fellowship (2014) awarded by the Asia Research Institute (ARI), National University of Singapore.