- Department of Politics and International Studies Graduate Teaching Assistant
- Email address
- Thesis title
- Digital Power and Bangladeshi Gig Economy: Economic Emancipation or Neo-colonial Exploitation?
- Support hours
- Thursday, 10:00am-11:00am
Nazam Laila is a doctoral candidate and a graduate teaching assistant in the Department of Politics and International Studies. She is conducting her PhD research as a Commonwealth Doctoral Scholar. She is also a research group member of The Center for AI and Digital Policy [CAIDP]. Nazam has been involved with academic teaching and various research and development work in Bangladesh. Her roles include lecturer and senior fellow at BRAC University and Asian University for Women respectively and research associate at Biomedical Research Foundation. Nazam completed her MSc in Gender, Development, and Globalisation from The London School of Economics and Political Science and her MA and BA in Interdisciplinary English Literature from BRAC University.
Nazam’s interdisciplinary research interests cover the following fields: International Relations and AI governance, digital power and techno-politics, gig economy, cyberdiplomacy, ethical AI policies, and postcolonial feminist economics.