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Md. Shazed Ul Hoq Khan Abir is a senior lecturer in English at East West University. He has published academic papers on Teaching English in a FL condition, Commercialization of English Language, as well as on Art History; participated in several seminars and engaged in scholarly talks. He has published 5 fictions and a volume of poetry, and has translated Patrick Modiano’s Novel Missing Person into Bengali (2015) and Shahidul Jahir’s novel – Jibon O Rajnoitik Bastobota into English (2019).
1. Lecturer (Full Time), Department of English, University of Asia pacific ( April 17, 2016 - April 29, 2018)
2. Lecturer (Full Time), Department of English, East West University (April 30, 2018 - 6 October, 2020)
3. Senior Lecturer (Full Time), Department of English, East West University ( 7 October, 2020 onwards)
Mr. Shazed's interests include, among others, Ideology, Psychoanalysis and Feminism, Diaspora in South Asian Literature, and Language Learner Motivation in SLA contexts.
Abir. (2022). “Integrative” or “Instrumental”?: Motivation that works closely during the adolescence days of Female English Language Learners of Different Universities of Bangladesh. THE JOURNAL OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING, LITERATURE, AND APPLIED LINGUISTICS (JELA), 4(2), 89–97. https://jela.stkippasundan.ac.id/index.php/jela/article/view/84