Naveeda Khan

Johns Hopkins University

Naveeda Khan is an associate professor of anthropology and director of graduate studies at Johns Hopkins University. Her thematic interests include: Bangladesh’s riparian society, ecological consciousness, and climate change as well as Pakistan’s religion, urban anthropology, and law. She earned her PhD in anthropology from Columbia University and was recently a research fellow for the American Institute for Bangladesh Studies and the Wenner-Gren Foundation, both for her research in Bangladesh. Khan is the author of Muslim Becoming: Aspiration and Skepticism in Pakistan (Duke University Press, 2012), and the editor of Beyond Crisis: Re-evaluating Pakistan (Routledge India, 2010).

Who are you and what do you do?
How does climate change affect food and agriculture?
What was the Green Revolution?
How can climate change be seen as an economic opportunity?
How is Bangladesh responding to climate change?
Why is Bangladesh so vulnerable to climate change?
How does climate change affect our daily lives?
What is climate change?
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