Nazia Hussein is a Bangladeshi currently pursuing her Ph.D. at the Centre for the Study of Women & Gender at the University of Warwick. She also works at the University of Warwick as a Sessional Tutor and an Academic Writing Mentor. Her academic interests are transnational feminism, globalization, modernization, post-colonial and intersectional studies. Her Ph.D. research is titled “Negotiated Identities: The ‘new women’ of Bangladesh”. In it she investigates the intersection of gender, class, globalization (economic) and modernization (cultural) to evaluate the position of urban, highly-educated working women in Bangladesh. She takes an active interest in women’s issues in South Asia and has been contributing to local print media in Bangladesh for many years and recently started blogging and writing for UK organizations, including the FWSA blog.