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Tamanna Shah, Ph.D.

Tamanna Shah
Assistant Professor of Instruction for Sociology
Bentley Annex 107
Center for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment

Dr. Tamanna M. Shah is assistant professor of instruction in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology. She completed her Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Utah. She has taught courses on Social Justice, Social Statistics, Social Inequalities and Social Change, Elementary Research Techniques and Data Analysis (Graduate Level) in traditional and online modalities.

Her teaching provides students with the necessary methodological skills and techniques to engage in empirical inquiry; cultivating critical thinkers entails both the provision of a critical sociological framework as well as the promotion of skills and resources necessary to apply this framework.

Her research interests include comparative political sociology, gender, and race, social change, and inequality. She has authored journal articles and book chapters on armed conflict, trauma, conflict, and human rights. She has also worked with the Asian Development Bank and USAID.