Dr. Khin Muyar Aung

Dr. Khin Muyar Aung
Department of Anthropology, University of Yangon.
khinmuyaraung@uy.edu.mm, muyar803@gmail.com
(1) B.A (Q) (Anthropology), University of Yangon, 2000
(2) M.A, (Anthropology), University of Yangon, 2006
(3) PhD, (Anthropology), University of Yangon, 2020
Career History:
– Yadanabon University, Department of Anthropology, From2002 to 2004
– Dagon Universitym Department of Anthropology,From 2004 to 2010
-Yadanabon University,Department of Anthropology,From 20010 to 2014
-Dagon University,Department of Anthropology,From 2014 to 2020
-University of Yangon,Department of Anthropology ,From 2020 to today
Teaching courses
Archaeological Anthropology, Physical Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology, Social Anthropology, Religious Anthropology and Medical Anthropology,
Field of interest
Cultural and Social Anthropology
Research Experiences
1. Study of socio-economic life of Zaw Ti Shan ethnic group living in Shan Su Quarter, Mayagon , Study of socio-economic life of Zaw Ti Shan ethnic group living in Shan Su Quarter , Maungon , 2010.
2. Traditional Manaw Festival of the Jinghpaw ethnic in Myintkyina Twownship, Kachin State, 2014.
3. An anthropological study of the Burma religion living in ဘုရားကုန်Village,Thanlyin Township Yangon Region,2005
Present Field of Research
1. Socio Economic Life of Shanni National Group Mayangone Township, Yangon.
2. The role of Danu-Ozi (drum) in ethnic identity in Pindaya Township, Southern Shan State, Myanmar.


      1. Socio cultural perspectives on parents with autistic child: A case study in Yangon, 2020, Vol-No.11, pg-140, DURJ.
      2. Socio-Cultural Impact on caregiver’s Experiences of Educated Training to Autistic child3rdInternationational Conference on Burma/ Myanmar Studies: Myanmar/Burma in the Changing Southeast Asia Context 5-7 March 2021, Chiang Mai University, Thailand
      3. Concepts of Autism Among Caregiver ,2020,Vol-13,Universities of Research Journal
      4. Anthological Perspective of the Primary Health Care System of the Chin Ethnic Group Living in Magyan and Hle Khaung Villages, Mindat Township, Chin State. Vol.11,No,1.2022