- Social Demography
- South Asian Diaspora
- Global Health
- Maternal and Reproductive Health
- Education Inequality
Fizza Raza is a doctoral student in the department of Sociology with concentration in demography and public health. Her current research focuses on analysing the differentials in fertility trends for both South Asian populations and South Asian diaspora settled in the US. She has obtained a Masters in Population and Development from London School of Economics and Political Science, UK. She has previously worked as a consultant with World Bank and Population Council of Pakistan, in addition to working on several research projects with the University of Cambridge, UK and Institute of Development and Economic Alternatives, Pakistan.
Courses Taught at Texas A&M
SOCI 312: Population and Society (Summer 2021)
Malik, R., Raza, F., Rose, P., & Singal, N. (2020). Are children with disabilities in school and learning? Evidence from a household survey in rural Punjab, Pakistan. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 1-21.
Raza, F. (2018). Causes and policy recommendations for low contraceptive use in Pakistan. Humanities and Social Sciences Review, 07(01), 219-236.