A/2, Jahurul Islam Avenue
Jahurul Islam City, Aftabnagar
M.A. in English Literature, Jahangirnagar University
B.A. (Hons) in English, Jahangirnagar University
Mohammad Hasan Jan graduated from the Department of English, Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh with a major in English literature. Currently he is working as a senior lecturer in English at East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. His research interests include environmental/eco theory and literatures, Indigenous and Postcolonial ecocriticism, environmental humanities, Postcolonial theory and literature, Cultural Studies, and Subaltern Studies. He has published research articles in nationals journals of repute, and presented papers on ecocriticism and environmental literature at international conferences both at home and abroad.
Environmental/Eco theory and literatures, Indigenous and Postcolonial ecocriticism, environmental humanities, Postcolonial theory and literature, Cultural Studies, and Subaltern Studies
1. Participated in a two days workshop on Public Writing and Civic Engagement organized by the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment (ASLE):
Handley, George. Public Writing and Civic Engagement Workshop (Session 1). Association for the Study of Literature and Environment. 29 January, 2021.
Lioi, Anthony. Public Writing and Civic Engagement Workshop (Session 2). Association for the Study of Literature and Environment. 26 February, 2021.
2. Participated in a workshop titled “Postcolonized” conducted by Dr. Sharmila Sen, Editor-at-Large, Harvard University Press, held at the Department of English, Jahangirnagar University on 14 and 15 May, 2011.
3. Attended a workshop on Translation Skills conducted by Dr. William Radice, Senior Faculty of Language and Culture, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London; held at the Department of English, Jahangirnagar University on March 20, 2008.
1. León, Ana María and Andrew Herscher. The Petro-Biennial Complex: Petro-Colonialism, Petro-Philanthropy, and Petro-Culture. Penn Program in Environmental Humanities (PPEH). University of Pennsylvania. 17 March 2021.
2. Winters, Joseph. Recovering the Irrecoverable: Blackness, Melancholy, and the Duplicities that Bind. English Department. Duke University. 22 January 2021.
3. Wiggin, Bethany. A Conversation with Dr. Bethany Wiggin. Environmental Humanities Network. University of Toronto. 4 December 2020.
4. Lester, Neal, et al. Environmental Justice: Indigenous Communities. Project Humanities. Arizona State University. 18 November 2020.
5. McClintock, Anne. Monster: A Fugue in Fire and Ice. High Meadows Environmental Institute. Princeton University. 3 November, 2020.