Dr. Mughal is an Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology at King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Saudi Arabia. He received his PhD in social anthropology from Durham University, UK. His research and teaching interests include new media, industry, globalization, environment, human and institutional development, and innovative research methodologies.
PhD in Anthropology, Durham University, UK
Agriculture and Rural Economy Environment
Human and Institutional Development
Digital Research Methods
Science and Technology Studies
Mughal, M. (2021). Children’s Perception of Social Boundaries: The Intersectionality of Age and Social Group Affiliation in Rural Pakistan. Children & Society 35(2): 213-228.
Mughal, M. (2020). Ethnicity, Marginalization, and Politics: Saraiki Identity and the Quest for a New Southern Punjab Province in Pakistan. Asian Journal of Political Science 28(3): 294-311.
Mughal, M. (2019). From Sickle to Pen: Women’s Education and Everyday Mobility in Rural Pakistan. Transfers 9(2): 82-100.
Mughal, M. (2019). Rural Urbanization, Land, and Agriculture in Pakistan. Asian Geographer 36(1): 81-91.