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Internationally & Nationally Edited Books

  1. Nair, R., Haque, M. S.& Khan, M. H. (2008). (Eds.). Constructing Identities in the Malaysian Media. Kuala Lumpur: University Malaya Press. [Malaysia]
  2. Islam, M., Roy, S. S. and Haque, M. S. (Eds.) (1997). Prostitution: Women, Society, State and Law. Dhaka: BNWLA.             [Bangladesh]

International Peer Reviewed Journal Articles and Book Chapters

  1. Haque, M. S. and Baki, R. (2012). In Quest of The Marginalized English Language Skills: A Qualitative ExpeditionInternational Journal of Linguistics and Literature (IJLL), Vol.1, Issue 1, pp. 27-46.
  2. Haque, M. S. and Abedin, Z. (2011). The discursive construction of (a)moral names: Religion versus languageMultilingua: Journal of Cross-Cultural and Interlanguage Communication. Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter, 30, No. 3-4, pp. 377-390.
  3. Haque, M. S. (2008). Kee’s World: Reflections of Evolving Identity’. In International Journal of Comic Art, Vol. 10, No. 1, Spring-2008, pp. 482-512.
  4. Haque, M. S. (2008). ‘Discursive Construction of an Identity in Conflict: CDA Perspective’. In Nair, R., Haque, M. S. & Khan, M. H. (Eds.). Constructing Identities in the Malaysian Media. Kuala Lumpur: University Malaya Press.
  5. Haque, M. S. (2008). ‘Exclusion in Recruitment: Confronting Discrimination in Printed Vacancy Advertisements’. In KhulidaKiranaYahyaet alBook of Readings: Issues on Quality of Work Life (QWL). Sintok: Universiti Utara Malaysia Publication. pp 235-258.
  6. Haque, M. S. (2007). ‘Consumer Protection in Recruitment Advertisements: The Malaysian Scenario. In David, M. K. (ed.) Language and Human Rights: Focus on Malaysia. Serdang; Universiti Putra Malay Press.
  7. Haque, M. S. (2007). ‘All Malaysians are Equal, but Some Malaysians are More Equal than Others’. In Hoon, T.B., Dan, W. C., Abdullah, M. H., Omar, N., Abdullah, F. S. &Talif, T. (eds.), Theoretical and Practical Orientations in Language and Literature Studies. Petaling Jaya, Malaysia: Pearson Longman.
  8. Haque, M. S. (2006). ‘Media Discourse: Television News as a form of Entertainment / Popular Culture’. In David, M. K., Burhanudeen, H. & Abdullah, A. N. (ed.) The Power of Language and the Media. Frankfurt: Peter Lang. pp. 99-114.
  9. Haque, M. S. (2006). ‘Discourse of Power in Recruitment Advertisements’. In AzirahHashim and Norizah Hassan (eds), Varieties of English in Southeast Asia and Beyond. Kuala Lumpur: University Malaya Press.
  10. Haque, M. S. and ZuraidahMohd. Don. (2006). “Excluding the Employable in Job Advertisements: Language and the Construction of Exclusionary Hiring Practices”. In ZuraidahMohd. Don. (ed), English in a Globalised Environment: Investigating an Emerging Variety of English. Kuala Lumpur: University Malaya Press.
  11. Khan, M. H. and Haque, M. S. (2006). ‘Derrida and the Practice of Teaching Literature in Language Classes’. In AzirahHashim and Norizah Hassan (eds.), English in Southeast Asia: Prospects, Perspectives and Possibilities. Kuala Lumpur: University Malaya Press. pp. 293-306.
  12. Haque, M. S. and Khan, M. H. (2005). ‘Muslim Identity in the Speeches of Mahathir Mohamad’. In Intellectual Discourse, Vol. 12 No. 2, 2005, pp 181-193.
  13. Haque, M. S. and Malik, M. Z. (2005). ‘Humour in Haq: Poems in Sub-continental English’. In Talif, R., Heng, C. S., Eng, W. B., Abdullah, A. N. and Noor. R. (eds.) Beyond Barriers Fresh Frontiers: Selected Readings on Languages, Literatures, and Cultures. Serdang: Universiti Putra Malaysia Press, pp 105-111.
  14. Kumari, S. and Haque, M. S. (2005). ‘Gender Discourse: Are Teachers Aware of Gender Bias in Malaysian English Language Text Books?’ In JayakaranMukundan, DzeelfaZainalAbidin and Anealka Aziz Hussin (eds) ELT Matters 1: English Language learning and Teaching. Serdang: Universiti Putra Malaysia Press, pp 192-200.
  15. Haque, M. S. (2004d). ‘Marketization of Discourse: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Private Universities in Bangladesh’. In Al-Risala, issue No. 4, pp 23-60.
  16. Haque, M. S. and Wong Bee Eng (2003). ‘Do they really use more tag questions?’ In Journal of Language Teaching, Linguistics and Literature, Vol. 8, 2003, pp. 40-62.

National Peer Reviewed Journal Articles and Book Chapters

  1. Haque, M. S. (2016). Emerging Digital Culture of Bangladesh and in Higher Education. In S, As-Saber, A. F. Ahmad and N. A. Khan (Eds.), Innovations in Governance: Lessons from Transition Economy, Dhaka: Osder Publications.
  2. Haque, M. S. (2015). Documentary-Making Methodology: Step-by-step Documentation of Life after Grey. In East West Journal of Humanities, Vol. 5, 73-91.
  3. Haque, M. S. and Akhter, M.(2014). Challenges and Possibilities of Computer Assisted Language Teaching in Higher Education: Bangladesh in Focus. In Harvest: Jahangirnagar Studies in Language and Literature, Vol. 29, pp. 129-149.
  4. Haque, M. S. (2013). Discourse Structures in Bangladeshi Educational Advertisements: A Critique. In East West Journal of Humanities, Vol. 4, 1-28.
  5. Haque, M. S. and Reza, A. (2013). Domestication of Women in Bangladeshi Media Discourse: A Critical Insight. In Prime University Journal, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 80-107.
  6. Haque, M. S. and Akhter, T. (2012). Cultural Imperialism in English Medium Schools: A Critical Insight. In Stamford Journal of English, Vol 7, pp. 98-128.
  7. Haque, M. S. (2009). ‘Directions in CDA: How practical is one-size-fits-all CDA?’. In Harvest: Jahangirnagar Studies in Language and Literature, Vol. 24, pp. 53-74.
  8. Haque, M. S. (2009). ‘Plagiarism in Graduate Research: A Critical Perspective’. In Crossings: ULAB Journal for English Studies, Vol. 2. 2009, pp. 155-174.
  9. Haque, M. S. (2008). ‘Institutional Elitism: Critical Discourse Analysis of Private Educational Institutions’. In Crossings: ULAB Journal for English Studies, Vol. 1.
  10. Haque, M. S. (2008). ‘A Critique of Critical Discourse Analysis’. In The Dhaka University Journal of Linguistics, Vol. 1
  11. Haque, M. S. (2008). ‘Critical Discourse Analysis and the Rational Faculty’. In East West University Journal, Vol. 2,2008, pp. 110-138.
  12. Haque, M. S. (2007). ‘Gender Discourse: Forms and Functions of Tag Questions in the Academic Context’. In Stamford Journal of English, Vol. 3
  13. Haque, M. S. (2004). ‘Language and Gender: Tag Questions and Confidence Level in the Academic Context’. In Harvest: Jahangirnagar Studies in Language and Literature, Vol. 19 2004, pp. 25-42.
  14. Haque, M. S. and Khan, M. H. (2004). ‘Language and the Order of Hegemony in Society’. In Panini  NSU Studies in Language and Literature, Vol. 2, 2003-2004, pp. 45-72.
  15. Haque, M. S. and Kumari, S. (2004). ‘Discourse of Gender: Conflicting Ideologies vs. Social Policies’. In BRAC University Journal, Vol. I, no. 2, 2004, pp. 21-32.

International Proceedings and Book Review

  1. Haque, M. S. and Tohura, S. (2017). Academia to Workplace: Soft Skills for EmployabilityProceedings of International Conference on Business and Management (ICBM), Dhaka, Bangladesh, 491-496 (ISSN No: 978-984-34-2360-3)
  2. Haque, M. S. (2015). Discursive Legitimization of Rape-Discourse in Bangladeshi Popular CinemaConference Proceedings: Research World International Conference, New York, USA, 14-19 (ISSN No: 978-93-85832-76-5)
  3. Haque, M. S. (2012). Teaching-Learning in the 21st Century: Potentials of Web 2.0 in BangladeshConference proceedings: International Conference on Quality Teaching and Learning (ICQTL). Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia: Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (UMT).
  4. Haque, M. S (2011). Bridging the Gap between Academia and the Real World: An Exploratory Framework from BangladeshProceeding, 3rd International Seminar on Culture, English Language Teaching, and Literature, 2011, 182-196.
  5. Haque, M. S. (2006). ‘Book ReviewTeaching of English in Second and Foreign Language Settings: Focus on Malaysia’. In Multilingua: Journal of Cross-Cultural and Interlanguage Communication. Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter.
  6. Haque, M. S. (2004). ‘Critical Discourse Analysis as an Inter-Transdisciplinary Approach to Studying Issues in Contemporary Societies: An Introduction’. In Hua, T. K. et al (Eds.), Proceedings: International Conference on Social Sciences & Humanities. UniversitiKebangsaan Malaysia, pp. 343-57.

Research Report

  1. Haque, M. S. (2012). Discourse of Advertising: Linguistic/Semiotic Discourse Structures in Bangladeshi Educational AdvertisementsDhaka: EWUCRT (East West University Centre for Research and Training).
Conference & Seminars
  1. International Conference on Magic and Literature, 27-28 May 2016: The following paper was presented at the conference, hosted by Department of English and Humanities, University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB):
    —Magic ‘in’ and ‘of’ Burtonian Genre
  2. Conference on “Shakespeare – Larger than Life”, 23 April, 2016: The following paper was presented at the conference, hosted by Department of English, Humdard University Bangladesh:
    — Screen approach to teaching Shakespeare (with co-author Md. TanvirAhamedSiddiki)
  3. International Conference on Teaching and Learning”, 22-23 April, 2016: The following papers were presented at the conference, hosted by Department of English, Independent University Bangladesh:
    —Teaching tertiary students through action research: Academic writing and PresentationSkills
    —‘Pop culture’ essentials for English teachers: Teaching the millennials (with co-author    Md. TanvirAhamedSiddiki)
  4. International Conference on Language, Literature and Culture, 3-4 March 2016: The following paper was presented on the theme of “The River: Flows of Innovation and Exchange in the Global(i)zed English World”, hosted by Department of English, North South University:
    —Are ‘publish or perish’ market forces compromising the quality of academic publications?
  5. 4th International Conference on “English Studies and the Marketplace, 19-20 February 2016: The following paper was presented at the conference, hosted by Department of English, East West University:
    —English Graduates in the Marketplace: Critical Insights (co-presenter Basmala Taharat Bidushi)
  6. 2nd Research World International Conference, 26 December 2015: The following paper was presented at the conference, hosted by Research World at New York, USA:
    Discursive Legitimization of Rape-Discourse in Bangladeshi Popular Cinema
  7. National Seminar on “Innovations in English Language and Literature Education in Bangladesh”, 23 December 2015: The following Keynote Paper was presented at the conference, hosted by Department of English, International Islamic University Chittagong (IIUC):
    — Innovations in English Studies in Bangladesh: A Critical Insight
  8. INSEARCH 2015-International Conference on Governance in Transition: Perspectives and Practices , 18-19 December 2015:The following paper was presented at the conference, hosted by BARD, Comilla Bangladesh:
    Media Discourse: Critical Analysis of Rape-Documentaries on South Asian Countries
  9. Daffodil International University National Conference on “The Machine in the Garden: Literature, Language and Technology in English Studies”, 19 September 2015: The following paper was presented at the conference, hosted by Department of English, Daffodil International University:
    — Teaching English through technology during lagatarhartals(co-presenter Md. TanvirAhamedSiddiki)
  10. BELTA National Conference on ELT on the theme “ELT in Bangladesh: Challenges and Directions”, 11 September 2015: The following paper was presented at the conference, hosted by Rajshahi University:
    ELT Methodology: Screen Approach to Language Teaching
  11. International Conference on “Language, Literature and Community”, 10-11 July 2015: The following paper was presented at the conference, organized by the Department of English, University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh:
     Take one–action: Discourse of rape in Bangladeshi commercial cinema—celluloid critique
  12. Seminar on Issues and Challenges in Teaching Tertiary Students, 13 February 2015: The following Keynote Paper was presented at the conference, hosted by Department of English, Daffodil International University:
    —Issues and Challenges in Teaching Tertiary Students: How to create global citizens?
  13. 7th BELTA International Conference, 2-4 January 2015:The following paper was presented at the conference, hosted by Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association at NAEM, Dhaka:
    —Your presentation was excellent!—Exploring implications of rubrics
  14. GAIN2014International Conference on Governance and Innovation, 19-20December 2014:The following paper was presented at the conference, hosted byBARD, Comilla Bangladesh:
    Emerging Digital Culture in Higher Education in Bangladesh
  15. INSPIRE DEWS International Conference, 12-13 November 2014: The following paper was presented on the theme of “Inspire to Write”, hosted by Department of English, University of Dhaka:
    Writing for Professional Purposes: Garments Industry in Focus—A Case Study
  16. 1st Interdisciplinary Conference in Linguistics, 24-26 October 2014: The following paper was presented at the conference, hosted by Linguistics Society at the University of Georgia (LSUGA), USA:
    Interdisciplinarity of CDA: Tracking the Discursive Patterns in Educational Ads
  17. The First International Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities of Centre for Social Science Research (CSSR) on the theme of “Identity in the globalized world: Dimensions, transformations and challenges”, 23-25 August 2014(IUB, Dhaka): The following paper was presented at the conference:
     Politics of Gender Identity in English for Today Books: A Critical Perspective
  18. 2ndInternational Conference on 21st Century Classroom: Directions, Issues and Changes, 8-9 August 2014(ULAB, Dhaka): The following papers were presented at the conference:
     Living Language Curriculum: Are we teaching what learners need?
     Innovative strategies in teaching speaking: Reinforcement beyond the classroom (with co-presenter, Maliha Fawzia)
  19. The First National INSPIRE DEWS Seminar, 26 June 2014 (Dhaka University, Dhaka): The following paper was presented at the seminar:
     Strategies of Academic Writing to Avoid Plagiarism
  20. BELTA National Conference on ELT on the theme “English Language Education in Bangladesh: Effective Practices and Sustainability”(Sylhet, Bangladesh), 31 May 2014: The following paper was presented at the conference:
     Techniques for Teaching Marginalized Skills via Authentic Texts
  21. Seminar on Language Learning & Teaching Practices (SeLLT) (Kuantan, Malaysia), 14 November 2013: The following papers were presented at the conference:
    21st Century Learning Technologies: Pragmatism of Podcast
    Implications of Living Curricula Development in English Programmes: Is it a real challenge for Bangladesh?
  22. International Journal on Arts & Sciences (IJAS) Conference (London, UK), 5-8 November 2013: The following paper was presented at the conference:—Plagiarism Policies in Bangladeshi Universities: A Critical Insight
  23. BELTA Advocacy Programme on Educational Essues-2: The Current Status of English Language Assessment in Bangladesh, 5-6 July 2013The following paper was presented at the conference:
    —Judge, Jury and Executioner: Do universities teachers really know how to assess?
  24. 6th Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA) International Conference 2013 (18-20 January 2013): The following paper was presented at the conference organized by Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA), English in Action (EIA) and British Council Dhaka, Bangladesh:
    Technology Enhanced Language Learning: Potentials of ‘virtual’ language learners’ association
  25. 2nd National Seminar on (29 December 2012) on “English Studies in Bangladesh”: The following paper was presented at the conference, organized by the Department of English Language and Literature, International Islamic University Chittagong, held at Chittagong:
    Technology Enhanced Teaching in Higher Education: Potentials of Facebook
  26. International Conference on Quality Teaching and Learning (23-24 October 2012)—inKuala Terengganu, Malaysia, where the following paper was presented:—Teaching-Learning in the 21st Century: Potentials of Web 2.0 in Bangladesh
  27. DU conference on “Teaching and Learning English through Technology” (20 October 2012): The following papers were presented at the conference, organized by the Department of English, University of Dhaka:
    ‘Who’s afraid of technology?’: Implications of Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 in English Language and Literature Teaching
    Prospects of podcasting at tertiary level(with Ms. Mahmuda Akhter)
  28. “Postgraduate Conference 2012” (25-26 May 2012) on the theme of “Language, Literature, and Cultural Studies in the 21st Century: Translocating/Transgressing Boundaries”: The following paper was presented at the conference, organized by the Department of English, Jahangirnagar University, held at Savar, Dhaka:
    Postmethod Pedagogy in Language Teaching in the 21st Century: “Welcome to Web 2.0”
  29. 1st National Seminar on (14 February 2012) on “English Studies in Bangladesh”: The following paper was presented at the conference, organized by the Department of English Language and Literature, International Islamic University Chittagong, held at Chittagong:
    Cultural Imperialism in English Medium Schools: A Critical Insight
  30. “International Conference onQuality in Higher Education”(2-3 February 2012)The following paper was presented at the conference, organized by the International University of Business Agriculture and Technology, held at IUBAT campus, Uttara, Dhaka:
    Influence of Social Media in Higher Education: Possibilities of the Information Age
  31. National Conference: “CLT in Bangladesh: Myths and Realities” (21 January 2012): The following workshop was conducted at the conference, organized by Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA):
    Social Media and CLT: Let’s Explore!
  32. International Conference on Cultural Transformations: Development Initiatives and Social Movements(17-18 December 2011): The following paper was presented at the conference, organized by BRAC University:
         Indianization of Bangladeshi Popular Culture: A Critical Perspective (with Ms. Mahmuda Akhter)
  33. ELT Conference on the theme of Opportunitiesand Challenges of Teaching English at the Tertiary Level(20 October, 2011): The following paper was presented at the conference, organized by University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB), Dhaka, Bangladesh:
    ICT for Language Teaching in Higher Education: Challenges and Possibilities (with Ms. Mahmuda Akhter)
  34. 5th Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA) Conference 2011 (20-22, May 2011): The following paper was presented at the conference organized by Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA), English in Action (EIA) and British Council Dhaka, Bangladesh:
    Digitization of BELTA: Problems and Prospects
  35. Rethinking ‘Otherwise’ with/in English Studies (13-14 May 2011): The following paper was presented at the conference organized by the Department of English, Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka, Bangladesh:
    Rethinking English Studies and the Curriculum Debate:  Are we meeting the challenges of the real world?
  36. Promoting Functional English through Academic Accreditation in Non-English Speaking Countries (25 February 2011): The following paper was presented at the conference, organized by Wenlyn Global Group, at Lakeshore Hotel, Gulshan-2, Dhaka:
    English for occupational purposes:Are we meeting the challenge?
  37. Language and Literature Teaching: Exploring Opportunities & Facing the Challenges 2011 (27 January)The following paper was presented at the conference, organized by the English Department, Stamford University Bangladesh:
    The Relevance/Negligence of Teaching Pronunciation: A Critical Look
  38. 3rd International Seminar on Culture, English Language Teaching, and Literature 2011 (19-20 January)The following paper was presented at the conference, organized by the Soegijapranata Catholic University, Semarang, Indonesia:
    Bridging the Gap Between Academia and the Real World: An Exploratory Framework form Bangladesh
  39. National ELT Conference 2011 on the theme: Sustaining Innovation in English Language Education (7-8 January)The following paper was presented at the conference, organized by jointly by Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA) and Rajshahi University, Rajshahi:
    Knowledge Management in Academia: Technologizatin of ELT in Higher Education
  40. International Conference on Islamic Solutions toCurrent Issues in the World based on 1 Malaysia Concept on the theme of “Unity is our first priority” 2011 (1-3 January 2011)The following paper was presented at the conference, organized by International Islamic University Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur: —Knowledge sharing of intellectual property: cooperation/collaboration among the universities in the Muslim countries (with Ms. Tahmina Begum)
  41. Working Strategies: Linguistic Approaches and English Language Teaching in Contemporary Bangladesh 2010 (25November)The following paper was presented at the conference, organized by the Department of English and Humanities of BRAC University:
    Teaching/Acquiring the Marginalized Skill: Acclimation of Top-down and Bottom-up Processing
  42. International Conference on Child Friendly Inclusive Education 2010 (7-8 January)The following paper was presented at the conference on the theme of “Make the School Effective for All”, jointly organized by the Institute of Education and Research (IER), Dhaka University, and Monash University, held at IER, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh: —Pre/in-service Teacher Education in Bangladesh: When will real change be made?
  43. 3rd International Conference entitled Democracy, the Empire and English Studies: Pedagogy and Activism Now2009 (11-12 December): The following paper was presented at the conference, organized by the English Department of East West University, held at East West University, Bangladesh:
    Activism from within the Academia: Confronting the Shadow of the Empire in Bangladeshi Private Universities
  44. International Conference on Development: Tradition, Transition, Transformation 2009 (21 November)The following paper was presented at the conference,organized by the Fulbright Alumni Association of Bangladesh (FAAB), held at Lake Shore Hotel, Gulshan, Dhaka, Bangladesh:
    Discourse of (Dis)Empowerment: “How to foster critical/creative thinking?
  45. 2nd International Discourses and Cultural Practices Conferences 2009 (7-9 July): The following paper was presented at the conference, organized jointly by the University of Technology Sydney, University of New South Wales and The University of Sydney, held at the Eastern Avenue Complex at the University of Sydney, Australia: —Discourse of Intra / Intercultural Communication: Banglish in Bangladeshi Cinema (with Nasreen Sultana)
  46. 2nd International Conference entitled Democracy, the “New World Order” and English Studies2008 (12-13 December): The following paper was presented at the conference, organized by the English Department of East West University, held at East West University, Bangladesh:
    “Who’s going to monitor the monitor?”: A Critical Perspective
  47. English and Asia: First International Conference on Language & Linguistics 2008 (24-27 November): The following paper was presented at the conference, organized by International Islamic University Malaysia, held at the Crown Prince Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia:
    Plagiarism in Graduate Studies: A Critical Perspective
  48. English 4 Today 2008 (20-21 June): The following paper was presented at the conference, organized by the Department of English, Jahangirnagar University, held at Jahangirnagar University auditorium:
    Accountability  Passion, Fashion or Materialism: Teachers and Students in the English Departments
  49. 4th BELTA International Conference 2007 (24-26 August): The following paper was presented at the conference bearing the theme The ELT Profession: Challenges and Prospects, organized by Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA), held at NAEM:
    Constraints in Teaching ELT Research Methodology: The Private University Scenario
  50. 5th Malaysian International Conference on Languages, Literatures and Cultures (MICOLLAC) 2007 (22-24 May)The following paper was presented at the conference bearing the theme Meeting Challenges and Mapping Innovations: Synergies from Languages, Literatures and Cultures, organized by the Faculty of Modern Languages and Communication, Universiti Putra Malaysia, held at Holiday Villa Subang, Bandar Sunway, Malaysia:
    “Tower, this is YANKEE ZULU ONE NINER NINER TANGO, ready for takeoff”: How crucial is aviation English?
  51. 1st International Conference entitled Passages: English Studies in the Region 2006 (15-16 April): The following paper was presented at the conference, organized by the Department of English, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, East West University, held EWU, Dhaka, Bangladesh:
    Marketizing the Discourse of Quality Education in Private Universities: CDA Perspective
  52. National Conference on Creative / Critical Thinking from Islamic Perspective 2005 (14-15 December): The following paper was presented at the conference, organized by the Department of General Studies, Kulliyyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences, International Islamic University Malaysia, held at IIUM, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia:
    Critical Discourse Analysis as an Approach to Instigate the Inquisitiveness of the Rational Faculty
  53. The School of Language Studies and Linguistics International Conference (SoLLs.INTEC 05) 2005 (21-23 November): The following paper was presented at the conference observing the theme Worldsin Discourse: Representations of Realities, organized by the School of Language Studies and Linguistics, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, UniversitiKebangsaan Malaysia, held at Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Subang Jaya, Malaysia:
    How practical is one-size-fits-all CDA? Is it time for a more comprehensive CDA?
  54. 1stEast Asian International Conference on Human and Social Development (EAIC-HSD 2005) (12-14 November 2005)The following paper was presented at the conference organized by the Faculty of Social Science, University Utara Malaysia, held at Hotel Istana, Kuala Lumpur:
     Exclusion in Recruitment: Confronting Discrimination in Vacancy Ads
  55. International Conference on Law and Commerce 2005 (28-29 September)The following paper was presented at the conference, the theme being Simplification and Modernization of Law for Responsible Commerces, organized by Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws (AIKOL), International Islamic University Malaysia and School of Law, Victoria University Australia, held at P. J. Hilton, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia: 
    Consumer Protection in Recruitment Advertisements: The Malaysian Scenario
  56. International Conference on Media and Communication 2005 (MENTION 05) (26-28 September)The following paper was presented at the conference, on the theme of Communication, Globalisation and Cultural Identities, organized by the School of Media and Communication Studies (MENTION), Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, UniversitiKebangsaan Malaysia and South-South Information Gateway, held at J. W. Marriott Hotel, Putra Jaya, Malaysia:
    Ethics in Advertising: Consumer vs. Recruitment
  57. 4th Malaysian International Conference on Languages, Literatures and Cultures (MICOLLAC) 2005 (23-25 April)The following paper was presented at the conference with the theme Critical Perspectives on Theory and Practice in the New World Order, organized by the Faculty of Modern Languages and Communication, Universiti Putra Malaysia, held at Holiday Villa Subang, Bandar Sunway, Malaysia: 
    All Malaysians are equal, but some Malaysians are more equal than others
  58. International Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities (ICOSH) 2004 (14-16 December): The following paper was presented at the conference, where the theme was Social Sciences and Humanities: Facing New Challenges, organized by the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, UniversitiKebangsaan Malaysia, held at UKM, Bangi Malaysia:
    Critical Discourse Analysis as an Inter-Transdisciplinary Approach to Studying Issues in Contemporary Societies: An Introduction
  59. 2nd International Conference on Language, Linguistics and the Real World 2004 (7-9 December): The following papers were presented at the conference, on the theme of Language and Linguistics Serving the Community: Practical and Professional Challenges, organized by the Faculty of Languages and Linguistics, University of Malaya, held at Hilton Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia:
    Holding a Mirror to Critical Discourse Analysis: A Critique of Critical Discourse Analysis (with Dr.ZuraidahMohd. Don)                                                                                —Getting the right Balance, the McDonalds Way (with Dr. Adrian E. Hare)
  60. National Conference on Social Problems in Malaysia: Strategies and Solutions, 2004 (27-28 November): The following paper was presented at the conference, organized by the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, KIRKHS, International Islamic University Malaysia, held at IIUM, Malaysia: 
    Discourse of Gender: Conflicting Ideologies vs. Social Policies (with SandaKumari)
  61. First International Conference on Discourse and Cultural Transformation, 2004 (9-13 October): The following paper was presented at the conference, organized by the School of International Studies, held at Zhejiang University, Hangzhau, China: 
    Inequity in Job Advertising: Informants Perspective (with ZuraidahMohd. Don)  —Telling and Selling of Discourse in the Universities: Bangladesh in Focus (with Dr.Adrian E. Hare)
  62. 31st International Conference on Social Welfare 2004 (16-20 August): The following papers were presented at the conference, where the theme was Social Progress and Social Justice, organized by theNational  Council of Welfare and Social Development Malaysia, held at Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: —Exclusion in an Inclusive Society: Critical Discourse Analysis Perspective
    Social Reflections in a Plural Society: Insight into the Image Issue of Bangladeshis in Malaysia (with Naguib Chowdhury)
  63. International Conference on Muslims and Islam in the 21st Century: Image and Reality 2004 (4-6 August): The following paper was presented at the conference, jointly organized by the Department of Psychology International Islamic University Malaysia and the International Institute of Muslim Unity (Kuala Lumpur Malaysia), held at Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia:
    Discourse of Identity: The construction of the Muslim Identity in the Speeches of TunDr.Mahathir Mohamad(with Dr. Mahmud Hasan Khan)
  64. Kuala Lumpur International Literary Festival 2004 (29 July-1 August)The following paper was presented at the international conference on Evolving Faces: Identities and the Printed Page’ (held during the festival), jointly organized by ‘citygroup’ and ‘silverfishbooks’, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia:
    Kees World: Social Perspectives on Printed Pages
  65. Malaysia International Conference on English Language Teaching (MICELT) 2004 (10-12 May)The following papers were presented at the conference bearing the theme English-Alien Language: Understanding the Extraterritorial and Extraterrestrial Properties of the Phenomenon in ELT, organized by the Faculty of Education, Universiti Putra Malaysia, held at Hotel Equatorial, Melaka, Malaysia:                                          
    Gender Discourse: Are Teachers Aware of Gender Bias in Malaysian English Language Text Books? (withSandaKumari)
    The Significance of Language for Occupational Purposes Evaluation (with Shapla Parveen)
  66. First International Conference on Critical Discourse Analysis 2004 (5-8 May)The following papers were presented at the conference, jointly organized by the Universitat de ValènciaEstudi General, UniversitatPolitècnica de València, UniversitatJaume I de Castelló and Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo, held at the Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo, Valencia, Spain:                                          
    Institutional Elitism: A CDA of Recruitment Advertisements of Private Educational Institutions in Bangladesh (with Dr.MohdFaiz Abdullah)                                          —The Practice of Exclusion in Recruitment Advertisements: CDA Perspective(with Dr. ZuraidahMohd Don)
  67. International Conference on Language and Communication in the Media 2004 (27-29 April): The following paper was presented at the conference, organized by the Malaysian Association of Modern Languages, held at the Legend Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: 
    Media Discourse: News as a form of Entertainment / Popular Culture
  68. Southeast Asian Conflict Studies Network (SEACSN) Conference 2004 (12-15 January): The following paper was presented at the conference, on the theme Issues and Challenges for Peace and Conflict Resolution in Southeast Asia, organized by (SEACSN) Research and Education for Peace, UniversitiSains Malaysia, held at Shangri-La Hotel, Penang, Malaysia:
    Identity in Conflict: Image and Reality of Bangladeshis in Malaysia
  69. The School of Language Studies and Linguistics International Conference (SoLLs.INTEC 03) 2003 (16-18 December): The following paper was presented at the conference, on the theme Language and Nationhood: Confronting New Realities, organized by the School of Language Studies and Linguistics, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, UniversitiKebangsaan Malaysia, held at J W Marriott Hotel, Putra Jaya, Malaysia:
    Marketization of Discourse: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Private Universities in Bangladesh
  70. 8th English in Southeast Asia Conference 2003 (8-10 December)The following papers were presented at the conference, on the theme Adapting to New Realities: Prospects, Perspectives and Possibilities, organized by the Faculty of Languages and Linguistics, University of Malaya, held at P. J. Hilton, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia: —Discourse of Power in Recruitment Advertisements
    Derrida and the Practice of Teaching Literature in the Language Classroom (with Dr. Mahmud Hasan Khan)
  71. The Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning (ASAIHL) International Conference 2003 (28 Sept. to 1 Oct.)The following paper was presented at the conference, on the (conference) theme of Pursuing Knowledge: The Role of Universities amid Global and National Changes, organized by the Universiti Malaysia Sabah (conducted by ASAIHL), held at Magellan Sutera Harbour Resourt, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia:
    Language and Order of Hegemony in Society: CDA Perspectives (with Dr. Mahmud Hasan Khan)
  72. 3rd Malaysian International Conference on Languages, Literatures and Cultures (MICOLLAC) 2003 (30 Sept. to 2 Oct.)The following papers were presented at the conference, on the theme Beyond Barriers, Fresh Frontiers: Languages, Literatures and Cultures, organized by the Faculty of Modern Languages and Communication, Universiti Putra Malaysia, held at the Sunway Lagoon Resort Hotel, Bandar Sunway, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia:
    Humour in Haq: Poems in Sub-continental English (with Zachary Malik)
    Discourse of Exclusion: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Recruitment Advertisements (withDr.ZuraidahMohd. Don)
  73. International Conference on Language, Linguistics and the Real World 2002 (16-18 October)The following papers were presented at the conference, organised by the Faculty of Languages and Linguistics, University of Malaya, held at Hilton Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia:
    Do they Really Use More Tag Questions? (with Wong Bee Eng)                                      
    Reading Between the Lines: Understanding Gender Bias in Malaysian English Language Textbooks (with SandaKumari and Dr.MardziahHayati Abdullah)
  74. 2nd Malaysian International Conference on Languages, Literatures and Cultures (MICOLLAC) 2001 (17-19 April)The following papers were presented at the conference, on the theme Envisioning Continuities and Possibilities, organized by the Faculty of Modern Languages and Communication, Universiti Putra Malaysia, held at Hotel Istana, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia:
    — Linguistic Imperialism or Liberalism?
    Power Relations in Advertorials: The Malaysian Context (with Zachary Malik)
Workshops & Training
  1. Workshop on “Teaching through Technology” organized by Ideal Commerce College, Dhaka, on 22 April 2018
  2. WORKSHOP for University Teachers and Researchers on Academic Writing, Publication and Research” organized by CEDOLPC-EWUCRT, held on 11-12 September 2015:
    —Academic Writing Practices and Problems in Social Science
  3. 10-days course on “Research Methodology” (15-25 September 2014): In the 10-day course organizes by East West University and SAARC Documentation Centre (SDC), I conducted the following session:
    Plagiarism in Research
  4. Need-Based Teacher-Training for South Point School and College (29, 30 July & 2 August 2012): The following five sessions were conducted over a period of three days:
    —Speaking and Listening Skills
    —Reading Skills—Top-Down & Bottom-Up Processing
    —Vocabulary—Increase Your Word Power
    —Introduction to Approaches and Methods of Language Teaching
    —Introduction to CALL/CALT (Computer Assisted Language Learning/Teaching)
  5. National Conference: “CLT in Bangladesh: Myths and Realities” (21 January 2012): The following workshop was conducted at the conference, organized by Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA):
    Social Media and CLT: Let’s Explore!
  6. Cox’s Bazar—BELTA Seminar 2 February 2012: the following workshop was conducted at a seminar organized by BELTA and Cox’s Bazaar Government College:
    Fun with words: meanings, pronunciations, spellings
  7. Chittagong—BELTA Seminar 31 January 2012: the following workshop was conducted at a seminar organized by BELTA and Independent University Chittagong:—Potentials of Podcasts/Vodcasts in Teaching the Marginalized English Language Skills
  8. “5thInternational BELTA Conference 2011” (20-22, May 2011): The following workshop was conducted at the conference, organized jointly by BELTA and English in Action (EIA):
    Using CALL to Teach/Learn the Marginalized Skills
  9. National ELT Conference on the theme: Sustaining Innovation in English Language Education”, 7-8 January 2011: The following workshop was conducted at the conference, organized jointly by Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA) and Rajshahi University, Rajshahi:
    Yech char or yes sir: The A, B, C of teaching English pronunciation
  10. National University Training 2008-2013: Daylong trainings were offered to English (College) lecturers under the National University curriculum:
    Basic Course on English Phonetics and Phonology for English Teachers
    Methods and approaches of language teaching
  11. Participated Workshops & Training
  12. 4-week Qualitative Research Methodology January 2016 Professor Alam
  13. 8-week training on Research Methods in 2013Arifa Madam &Fakrul Sir
  14. South Asian English Educators Programme: Stimulating Innovative Practices in ELT, August 31-September 2, 2012, BRAC Centre Inn, Dhaka
  15. Media and Journalism Workshop Series, BRAC University, June 24-27, 2012 and July 22-25, 2012
  16. “Interpretive Strategies in Social Science”, 10-14 June, 2012, BRAC University, June 10-14 June 2012
  17. Course on Research Design and Methods (31 March – 9 April 2011). Participated in the course on Research Design and Methods organized by East West University Centre for Research and Training (EWUCRT).
  18. Teacher Leader Academy (2-3 December 2010). Participated the training on “Leadership Skills in ELT”, organized by Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA) and TESOL Arabia Leadership and Management DIG.
  19. British Council-BELTA Language Teacher Educators Workshop (27 December 2010). Attend the workshop on the theme of “Exploring Recent Practices in Teacher Development for ELT”, jointly organized by British Council-BELTA (Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association) at the BRAC Centre Inn, Dhaka
  20. BELTA-AIUB-THT English Language Teaching Seminar 2009 with the theme “Alternative Methodologies in ELT”, from 23-25 July 2009, held at American International University-Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh. The seminar was jointly organized by Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA), Japan-based Teachers Helping Teachers (THT) Forum and the English Department of American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB).
  21. Information Literacy Workshop, from 23-25 July 2009, from 3 – 4 January 2010, held at East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. The workshop was organized by East West University Library.
  22. ZOPP Basic Course: Completed the ZOPP (Object Oriented Project Planning) Basic Course, organised by ZOPP Coordination Unit (ZCU), held from 23-27 November, 1997, at the German Development Cooperation (GTZ) Office, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Conference & Seminars

Conference and Seminar

The Asian conference on language learning (ACLL) 2018, Kobe Art center, Kobe, Kobe, Japan, April 27-29, 2018.

Asia TEFL 12th International Conference 2014, Borneo Convention Center, Kuching, Sarwak, Malaysia, August 28-30, 2014.

21st MELTA (Malaysia English Language Teachers’ Association) International Conference, Sunway Putra Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, May 28-29, 2012.

The 2009 Asia TEFL International Conference, The Imperial Queens Park Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand August 7-9, 2009.

24th National Conference of the Japanese Association for Asian Englishes. Aoyama Gkuin University, Tokyo. December 6th, 2008.

JACET Annual Convention, Hiroshima International Center, Hiroshima. July 6, 2008.

39th JACET Chugoku-Shikoku Chapter Annual Convention. Shimane, Japan. 21st June, 2008.

Annual convention on JACET (Japan Association of College English Teachers). Hiroshima, Japan. 25th November, 2007.

36th Annual convention Of JACET (Japan Association of College English Teachers). Okayama, Japan. 25th June 2005.

22nd JACET (Japan Association of College English Teachers) Chugoku- Shikoku Regional convention, Shimane, Japan, 11th June 2005.

JACET (Japan Association of College English Teachers) Chugoku- Shikoku Chapter Meeting, Hiroshima, 16th October 2004.

Publications

Selected Publications 

Quadir Mst. Moriam (2019).Exploring English Language Learning Demotivation in Bangladesh. THT Journal, 7 (1), 65-90.

Quadir Mst. Moriam (2017).Let Us Listen to Our Students: An Analysis of Demotivation to Study English in Bangladesh. The English Teacher, 46(3), 128-141.

Quadir Mst. Moriam (2014).Relationships between Learners’ Motivation Factors and Speaking Strategy Factors to Learn Oral Communication in English. The English Teacher, 3, 113-135.

Quadir Mst. Moriam (2011). A Comperative Study of English and Non-English Major University Students’ Motivation to Learn English Oral Communication. East West Journal of Humanities, 2, 91-111.

Quadir Mst. Moriam (2009). Do English and non-English major university students use the same EFL speaking strategies in Bangladesh? Asian English Studies, 11, 49-68.

Quadir Mst. Moriam (2008). A study on English and non-English major university students’ motivation to learn spoken English in Bangladesh. JACET Chugoku- Shikoku Chapter Research Bulletin, 5, 39-56.

Quadir Mst. Moriam (2008). A study on motivation and strategy use of Bangladeshi university students to learn spoken English. Journal of International Development and Co-operation,14,51-66.

Tadashi Nishida and Quadir Mst. Moriam (2006). A Comparative Study of Speaking Strategy Use of EFL College Students in Japan and Bangladesh. [JACET (Japan Association of College English Teachers) Chugoku- Shikoku Chapter Research Bulletin,3, 71-86.

Quadir Mst. Moriam (2005). Speaking Strategy Use by the EFL Students in Japan and Bangladesh. Journal of International Development and Co-operation, 12,33-47.

Conference & Seminars

Conferences:

"Toward a Sociopolitical Consciousness: Brecht’s Galileo and Mother Courage and their Role in Raising Resistance in Bangladesh.” 117th Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association (PAMLA) Annual Conference. San Diego, CA , U.S.A., November 14-17, 2019.

“‘Unhoused’: Trans-Atlantic Journey and its Impact on Identity Formation in Meena Alexander’s Manhattan Music.” Recalibrating Diasporas: Asia Pacific and the Spaces Beyond Conference, organized by School of Arts, Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia, June 27-28, 2019.

“The Spectacular City: The Golden Cage Where Subjects Are Created and Power Is Negotiated.” South Central Modern Language Association. Dallas, TX. 3-5 Nov. 2016.

“Perceptions of Literacy: Teaching Composition as an International Teaching Assistant.” 2014 Annual Convention of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE). Gaylord National Resort, Washington, DC. November 20-25 2014.

Representations of the Veil: Between Vulnerability and Resilience. 129th MLA Convention. Chicago, IL. January 9-12, 2014. (Participated as Respondent).

“Negotiating the Politics of Power: Tahmima Anam’s The Good Muslim and Women’s Role in Nation Building.” 14th South Asian Literary Association Conference (SALA). Chicago, IL. January 8-9, 2014.

“Quest for Home in Amitav Ghosh’s the Glass Palace.” 22nd Annual British Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies Conference (BCPS). Savannah, GA. February 15-16, 2013.

Literature 7: African and African American. 33rd annual Southwest/Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Associations conference (SWTX PCA/ACA). Albuquerque, NM. February 8–11, 2012 (Chaired).

“Reversal of Gender Identities in Eliot’s The Mill on the Floss.” 33rd annual Southwest/Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Associations conference (SWTX PCA/ACA). Albuquerque, NM. February 8–11, 2012 

“Performing Brecht in Bangladesh: Making the Unfamiliar Familiar.” 13th Symposium of the International Brecht Society on ‘Brecht in/and Asia”. Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, U.S.A. May 19-23, 2010.

“Shattering the Shackles: Brecht’s Plays and the Language of Political Protest in Bangladesh” 2nd International Conference on ‘Democracy, the “New World Order” and English Studies’. Dhaka. December 2008.

Seminar:

“Mr. Puntila and his Man Matti.” Seminar on Brecht. Goethe Institute, Dhaka. March 2007.

“Brecht’s Threepenny Opera and Janatar Rangashala.” Seminar.  East West University, Dhaka. 2006.


Journal Publication
International

“Negotiating the Politics of Power: Tahmima Anam’s The Good Muslim and Women’s Role in War and Nation Building.” Asiatic: IIUM Journal of English Language and Literature, vol. 12, no. 1, June 2018, pp. 93-107,http://journals.iium.edu.my/asiatic/index.php/AJELL/article/view/1211.

“Performing Brecht in Bangladesh: Making the Unfamiliar Familiar.” Brecht in/and Asia /Brecht in/und Asien. Friedemann Weidauer, Markus Wessendorf, eds. The Brecht Yearbook / Brecht-Jahrbuch, vol. 36, 2011, pp. 201-210.

“Shattering the Shackles: Brecht’s Plays and the Language of Political Protest in Bangladesh.” Literary Paritantra, vol. 2, no. 1, Spring 2010, pp. 65-71.

Encyclopedic Reference

“Archie.” Comics through Time: A Historical Encyclopedia. Ed. M. Keith Booker. ABC CLIO: Santa Barbara, CA. 2014.

National

“Quest for Home in Amitav Ghosh’s The Glass Palace.” Spectrum, vol. 5, December 2007, pp. 81-90.

“Reculturizing Brecht.” Spectrum, vol. 4, June 2006, pp. 27-40.

Journal Publication

International

Nusrat, Masrufa Ayesha. “Bridging the Gap between Language and Literature: Teaching English in Bangladesh at Tertiary Level.” ELT Worldwide: Journal of English Language Teaching, English Language Education Graduate Program of the State University of Makassar, Indonesia.2.2 (2015): 1-32. Print.

Nusrat, Masrufa Ayesha. “Bangladeshi Literature in English.” South Asian Literature in English: An Encyclopedia, Ed. Jaina C. Sanga. Westport, CT and London: Greenwood Publishing Group, 2004. 24-28. Print.

National

Nusrat, Masrufa Ayesha. “Varieties of Otherness in Birds, Beasts and Flowers by D.H. Lawrence.” Panini: NSU Studies in Language and Literature Vol. 5 (2007-2011): 63-84. Print.

 Nusrat, Masrufa Ayesha. “The Silence beyond the Remotest Echo.” Harvest: Jahangirnagar Studies of Language and Literature Vol. 19 (2004): 75-86. Print.

Book Review

Nusrat, Masrufa Ayesha. “Idealistic Conviction.” Rev. of Faultlines, Ed. Niaz Zaman and Asif Farrukhi. Daily Star Literary Page. 26 April 2008. Print.

Conference & Seminars

Nusrat, Masrufa Ayesha. “Ecofeminism in Bangla Folk Literature: Reading Khona, Chondrabotir Ramayan and Baromashi.” Department of English, Daffodil International University, National Conference on ‘Machine in the Garden: Literature, Language and Technology in English Studies’, 19 September 2015. Conference Presentation.

Nusrat, Masrufa Ayesha. “Studying Nature: Ecofeminism, Deep Ecology and Bioregionalism in Birds, Beasts and Flowers by D.H. Lawrence.” ASLE, Edward M. Kennedy Centre and Bangladesh Planning Committee, International Interdisciplinary Conference on Ecocriticism, Environmental Justice and Literature, 7-8 August 2015. Conference Presentation.

Nusrat, Masrufa Ayesha. “The Monstrosity of Rajakars: Cultural Resistance and Bangladeshi Nationhood.” Mansfield College, Oxford University, UK, Inter-Displinary.Net, 12th Global Conference on ‘Monsters and the Monstruous’. 25-27 July 2014. Conference Presentation.

Nusrat, Masrufa Ayesha. “Language Teaching in Bangladesh at Tertiary Level: A Critical Perspective.” Vidya Mandala Catholic University, Surabaya, Indonesia, 59th TEFLIN International Conference. 6-8 November 2012. Conference Presentation.

Nusrat, Masrufa Ayesha. “Varieties of Otherness in Birds, Beasts and Flowers by D.H. Lawrence.” East West University English Department Lecture Series, 16 March 2010. Paper Presentation.

 Nusrat, Masrufa Ayesha. “Critiquing Language Teaching through Literature: A Bangladeshi Perspective.” the British Council, IML and UGC, 8th International Language & Development Conference, 23-25 June 2009. Conference Presentation.

Nusrat, Masrufa Ayesha. “Women Writing in English from Bangladesh.” Department of English, East West University, 3rdInternational Conference on ‘Democracy, the “New World Order” and English Studies’, October 2008. Conference Presentation.

Nusrat, Masrufa Ayesha. “Forging a New Identity: Bangladeshi Women Writing in English.” Department of English, East West University, 2nd International Conference on ‘Passages: English Studies in the Region’, 15-16 April 2006. Conference Presentation.

 Nusrat, Masrufa Ayesha. “MLA and APA Documentation Style for Writing Research Papers.” East West University English Department Lecture Series, 2005. Slide Presentation.

 Nusrat, Masrufa Ayesha. “Reading Orientalism and Patriarchy.” Department of English, Jadavpur University, India, ‘Other Voices, Other Cultures: Reading Orientalism’, 2004. Conference Presentation.

Nusrat, Masrufa Ayesha. “Women in Brecht’s Plays”, Department of English, University of Dhaka and Goete Institute, on the occasion of Bertol Brecht’s birthday, 1997. Conference Presentation.

 Nusrat, Masrufa Ayesha. “Women and Urbanization”, RAJUK, National Conference on the World Habitat Day. 1997, Conference Presentation.

Books
  1. Nusrat, Masrufa Ayesha. Celebration and Other Stories. Dhaka: Pathak Shamabesh, 2015. Print. (an anthology of translated short stories from Bangladesh)
Shanta, S.A. (2017). The Trend of Using English in Bangladeshi Social and Electronic Media Conversation: Reasons ‘Within’ & ‘Beyond’ the Circle. International Journal of New Technology and Research (IJNTR), 3(4), 34-39. .
Shanta, S.A. (2014). Challenges in Dealing with Mixed Level Students in Bangladeshi EFL Classrooms at Tertiary Level, ASA University, 8 (2), p.217-226.
Azad, A.K. & Shanta, S.A. (2012).Teaching Grammar to the Undergraduate Bangladeshi EFL Learners: A Rethinking. ASA University Review, 6(11), 117-128.

Teaching Grammar to the Undergraduate Bangladeshi EFL Learners

Shanta, S.A. (2018). Culturally Inclusive Material for Non-native Speaking Countries: A Case Study in the Context if Bangladesh. THT Journal, 6 (1), 57-18.
Conference Proceedings
  • Shanta, S.A. (2016, October). “Empowering ELT Teachers of Bangladesh through Digital Platform” presented paper  in  BELTA national conference at DSHE, Chittagong, Bangladesh
  • Shanta, S.A. (2016, June).  “Study of Linguistics can Act as Catalyst for Language Awareness: an observation in the context of Bangladesh” presented paper in the 25th MELTA International Conference, held in Perak, Malaysia.
  •  Mahmud, S.S., & Shanta,S.A. (2017, February)."A Comparative Study on Flipped Classroom as Performance Enhancer". Presented at the 22nd International Conference of NELTA, Lalitpur,Nepal.
  •  Shanta,S.A., & Begum, T. (2017, February)."Effectiveness of Home-grown Material in Non-native Speaking Countries". Presented at the 22nd International Conference of NELTA, Lalitpur,Nepal.
    3. Shanta,S.A., & Haque, S. (2017, January). 'What in News in Forming/Deforming Identity" presented at the East West National Conference 2017.
Journal Publication
International
  1. “Challenges of Teaching Pronunciation at Tertiary Level in Bangladesh”. International Journal of English Language and Translations Studies, Vol-3(1), 2015. ISSN:2308-5460.
  2. “Testing Based Language Teaching in Bangladesh: Does It Promote or Impede Learning?” TESOL International Journal, Vol-9 (1), 2014ISSN: 2094-3938.
  3. “Pronominal and Addressing Honorification in Bangla”Harvest: Jahangirnagar University University Studies in Language and Literature, Vol-29, 2013-2014. .ISSN 1729 8326.
  4. “Call Center Discourse in Bangladesh: A Study of Politeness in Verbal Interaction”. Harvest: Jahangirnagar University Studies in Language and LiteratureVol-28, 2012-2013.ISSN 1729 8326.
Journal Publications
  1. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Heavy Silence and Horrible Grief: Reconstructing the Past and Securing the Future through Magical Realism in Joseph Skibell’s A Blessing on the Moon.” Ostrava Journal of English Philology 12.1 (2020): 29-44. doi.org/10.15452/OJoEP.2020.12.0003
  2. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. "Exploitation and Estrangement of Migrant Workers in a Capitalist Society: A Marxist Interpretation of John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men." Shanlax International Journal of English. 8.1 (2019): 54-57. https://doi.org/10.34293/english.v8i1.1140 
  3. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. "Construction of Home, Nation and Identity in Rohinton Mistry’s Tales from Firozsha Baag." Shanlax International Journal of English. 7.4 (2019): 18-24. https://doi.org/10.34293/english.v7i4.626 
  4. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Variations in Middle English Local Surnames.” XLinguae: European Scientific Language Journal. 10.4 (2017): 209-222. DOI: 10.18355/XL.2017.10.04.17
  5. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Healing Trauma and Reasserting Identity through Remembrance in Joanne Fedler’s The Dreamcloth.” Prague Journal of English Studies 6.1 (2017): 79-92. DOI: 10.1515/pjes-2017-0005
  6. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Fluids, cages, and boisterous femininity: The grotesque transgression of patriarchal norms in Angela Carter's Nights at the Circus.” Journal of Language and Cultural Education 5.2 (2017): 114-122. DOI: 10.1515/jolace-2017-0022
  7. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Tommy Wilhelm: The Untraditional Hero of Saul Bellow’s Seize the Day.” International Journal of Comparative Literature & Translation Studies 3.4 (2015): 38-42. doi: 10.7575/aiac.ijclts.v.3n.4p.38
  8. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Speaking the Unspoken: Rewriting Identity Loss and Memory of Slavery through Magical Realism in Toni Morrison’s Beloved.” English Language and Literature Studies 5.3 (2015): 25-32. doi: 10.5539/ells.v5n3p25
  9. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Muslims in Pre- and Post-9/11 Contexts.” International Journal of Comparative Literature & Translation Studies 3.3 (2015): 52-59. doi:10.7575/aiac.ijclts.v.3n.3p.52
  10. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Rewriting Rural Community and Dictatorial History through Magical Realism in Márquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude.” Journal of Language and Cultural Education 3.2 (2015): 86-102. DOI: 10.1515/jolace-2015- 0014
  11. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children: Connection between Magical Realism and Postcolonial Issues.” International Journal of English and Education 3.4 (2014): 341-350. http://ijee.org/yahoo_site_admin/assets/ docs/27_L.265144232.pdf
  12. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Treatment of Women: A Comparative Study between British and Bengali Ballads.” International Journal of English and Education 3.4 (2014): 365-373. http://ijee.org/yahoo_site_admin/assets/docs/30_L.265144511.pdf
  13. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Ethnic Othering in True Lies.” The Criterion 5.4 (2014): 1-10. http://www.the-criterion.com/V5/ n4/Abu.pdf
  14. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Walt Whitman’s Drum-Taps: Shifting Attitude towards the Civil War.” International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities 2.3 (2014): 1-14. http://ijellh.com/papers/2014/july/01-1-14-july- 2014.pdf
Book

1. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. Traumatic Experience and Repressed Memory in Magical Realist Novels: Speaking the Unspeakable. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2020.

Conference Proceedings

1. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. ‘“Indeed, the King has a Cunt! What a Wonder!’: Sex, Eroticism and  Language in One Thousand and One Nights.” Proceedings of The Conference on Asian Linguistic Anthropology 2019 (CALA 2019): Revitalization and Representation. January 2019: 22-28. ISBN 978-0-6485356-0-7

2. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. ‘“This is me with Augustine, February 21, 1943’: Importance of Photographs in Everything Is Illuminated.” Proceedings of the International Conference on Language Phenomena in Multimodal Communication (KLUA 2018). August 2018: 22-26. doi:10.2991/klua-18.2018.3

Conference Presentation

1. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Trauma, Memory and Amnesia: Physical and Psychological Repression in The Sleeping Voice and A Long Silence.” The 6th International Online Conference on New Dimensions of Philology: Languages, Literature, Linguistics, Culture. The Department of Philology, The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of The Mazovian State University in Plock, Poland. 22-28 April, 2020.

2. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Rewriting Rural Community and Dictatorial History through Magical Realism in Márquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude.” The 6th International Online Conference on New Dimensions of Philology: Languages, Literature, Linguistics, Culture. The Department of Philology, The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of The Mazovian State University in Plock, Poland. 22-28 April, 2020.

3. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “(In)ability to Assert Independence and Freedom of Choice: A Comparative Study of the Treatment  of Women in British and Bengali Ballads.” The 1st Multidisciplinary International Conference on the Social and Life Sciences: Gender, Health, Information and the Environment. East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. 27-29 February, 2020.

4. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Deconstructing the Western Hegemony and Voicing Silenced Histories in Amitav Ghosh’s The Calcutta Chromosome.” International Conference on Postcolonial Perspectives: Language, Literature and Culture and the Global South. Department of English, Daffodil International University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. 14-15 February, 2020.

5. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Of the Women, by the Women, for the Women: Role of Female Writers in Sanskrit Literature as a Source of Female Agency.” International Conference on Asian Linguistic Anthropology (CALA 2020). University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia. 5-8 February, 2020.

6. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Mocking Depiction of Corrupt Politicians: Magical Realism as a Means of Political Satire in Ngugi Wa Thiango’s Wizard of the Crow.” The 5th ASSE International Conference on British and American Studies. Albanian Society for the Study of English in collaboration with University of Vlora “Ismail Qemali”, Vlora, Albania. 6-8 June, 2019.

7. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. ‘“Beavis and Butt-head’: Comic and Derogatory Portrayal of Arabs in True Lies.” The 5th ASSE International Conference on British and American Studies. Albanian Society for the Study of English in collaboration with University of Vlora “Ismail Qemali”, Vlora, Albania. 6-8 June, 2019.

8. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Disillusionment, Estrangement and Identity Crisis in Andrea Levy’s Fruit of the Lemon.” The 8th Conference on Narrative and Language Studies. Faculty of Letters, Karadeniz Technical University, Trabzon, Turkey. 2-3 May, 2019.

9. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Magical Realism as a Social and Political Protest: A Comparative Study between The House of the Spirits and Like Water for Chocolate.” The 8th Conference on Narrative and Language Studies. Faculty of Letters, Karadeniz Technical University, Trabzon, Turkey. 2-3 May, 2019.

10. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “From Welcoming the War to Rebuilding the Nation: Walt Whitman’s Shifting Attitude towards Civil War in Drum-Taps.” The 5th International Online Conference on New Dimensions of Philology: Languages, Literature, Linguistics, Culture. Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, The State University of Applied Sciences in Plock, Poland. 10-16 April, 2019.

11. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Variations in Middle English Local Surnames.” The 5th International Online Conference on New Dimensions of Philology: Languages, Literature, Linguistics, Culture. Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, The State University of Applied Sciences in Plock, Poland. 10-16 April, 2019.

12. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Accounts of Apartheid’s Bloody Past and Psychological Damage in Zoë Wicomb’s David’s Story.” International Conference on Performing the Nation: Memory and Desire in Contemporary Literature. Post Graduate Department of English, Berhampur University, Odisha, India. 8-9 February, 2019.

13. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Sexuality, Eroticism and Language in One Thousand and One Nights.” International Conference on Asian Linguistic Anthropology (CALA 2019). Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia. 23-26 January, 2019.

14. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Magical Realism and the Voices of the Marginalised in Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children.” International Conference on Asian Linguistic Anthropology (CALA 2019). Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia. 23-26 January, 2019.

15. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Exploitation and Alienation of Migrant Workers in a Capitalist Society: A Marxist Interpretation of John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men.” International Conference on Language, Literature, Culture and Politics: Celebrating the Bicentenary of Karl Marx’s Birth. Department of English and Humanities, University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh. November 30- December 01, 2018.

16. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Female Voices in Fairy Tales: A Weapon to Fight Oppressive Forces.” The 14th International Conference on Humanities & Social Sciences. Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Khon Kaen University, Thailand. 22-23 November, 2018.

17. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Uncontrolled Experiment and Disastrous Consequences: An Ecocritical Approach to Margaret Atwood’s Oryx and Crake.” The 14th International Conference on Humanities & Social Sciences. Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Khon Kaen University, Thailand. 22-23 November, 2018.

18. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “The American Paradox: Discovering America and the Filipino Immigrant Dream in Carlos Bulosan’s America is in the Heart and Bienvenido Santos’ What the Hell for You Left Your Heart in San Francisco.” The 2nd International Conference on Multidisciplinary Filipino Studies. University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA in collaboration with De La Salle University-Dasmariñas, Cavite, The Philippines. 16-18 November, 2018.

19. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Sense of Emptiness and Longing for Anchor: Diverse Consequences of Colonisation and Immigration in Nick Joaquin’s The Woman Who Had Two Navels.” The 2nd International Conference on Multidisciplinary Filipino Studies. University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA in collaboration with De La Salle University-Dasmariñas, Cavite, The Philippines. 16-18 November, 2018.

20. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Post-9/11 Backlash and Resulting Disillusionment in The Reluctant Fundamentalist and Once in a Promised Land.” International Conference on Literature: Contemporary Perspectives on/in Postcolonial and Diasporic Literature and Theory. School of Humanities, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia. 25-26 July, 2018.

21. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Heavy Silence and Horrible Grief: Joseph Skibell’s A Blessing on the Moon.” International Conference on Literature: Contemporary Perspectives on/in Postcolonial and Diasporic Literature and Theory. School of Humanities, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia. 25-26 July, 2018.

22. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. ‘“This is me with Augustine, February 21, 1943’: Importance of Photographs in Everything Is Illuminated.” Konferensi Linguistik: International Conference on Language Phenomena in Multimodal Communication. Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya, Indonesia. 17-19 July, 2018.

23. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Construction of Home, Nation and Identity in Rohinton Mistry’s Tales from Firozsha Baag.” International Conference on Indian Literature as World Literature: Past, Present, Future. The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad, India. 18-20 January, 2018.

24. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Refusing Racial and Gendered Subjugation: Escaping Marginalisation in Maryse Condé’s I, Tituba, Black Witch of Salem.” International Conference on tHe pOliticS of dIfferencE: (Re)Locating Subalternity/ Marginality. Assam University, Diphu Campus, Assam, India. 22-23 September, 2017.

25. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Healing Trauma and Reasserting Identity through Remembrance:  A Comparative Study between Joanne Fedler’s The Dreamcloth and Toni Morrison’s Beloved.” National Conference on New Media and Identity Formation. East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. 21 January, 2017.

26. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Speaking the Unspeakable: Traumatic Experience and Repressed Memory in Magical Realist Novels.” PhD colloquium (University of Bamberg, Bochum, Dresden and Siegen). Ruhr University Bochum, Germany. 24-26 July, 2015.

27. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Tommy Wilhelm: The Untraditional Hero of Saul Bellow’s Seize the Day.” Student Conference. University of Bayreuth, Germany. 10-12 January, 2014.

Conference Attendance
  1. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. PhD colloquium (University of Bamberg, Bochum, Dresden, and Siegen). University of Bamberg, Germany. 12-14 February, 2016.
  2. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. The 7th International Walt Whitman Seminar. University of Bamberg, Germany. 21-26 July, 2014.
Workshop Participation
  1. Participated in a Workshop on Gender Studies at University of Asia Pacific, Bangladesh with support from The Association of Commonwealth Universities. 27 January, 2018
  2. Participated in the Creative Writing Workshop “Writing War” Conducted by Julia Pascal at University of Bamberg, Germany. 10-12 January, 2013
Book Chapter

1. Abdullah, Abu Shahid. “Reconstructing Personal Identity and Creating an Alternative National History: Magical Realism and the Marginalised Female Voice in Gioconda Belli’s The Inhabited Woman.” The Palgrave Handbook of Magical Realism in the Twenty-First Century. Eds. Richard Perez and Victoria A. Chevalier. Switzerland: Springer Nature, 2020. 281-196.

Conference & Seminar

Presented Conference Papers (International)

  • Impact of Textual Enhancement of Input on EFL Learners' Noticing of Noun and Verb Phrases in Bangladesh, The 1st International ASEAN- English Language Conference (ASEAN-ELT 2018), Hotel Equatorial, Melaka, Malaysia,  March 15 to 17, 2018.
  • Impact of Textual Enhancement on Bangladeshi EFL Learners' Grammatical Development of Present Perfect and Past Simple Tenses, 26th MELTA International Conference, “New Directions in English Language Education: Global Trends and Local Innovations”, TH Hotel, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah,  August 28 to 30, 2017.
  • Impact of Task Repetition on a Bangladeshi Tertiary Learner’s Oral Performance: A Case Study, International Islamic University Malaysia World Prosumer Convention 2017, Intervarsity Postgraduate Colloquium, Faculty of Education, International Islamic University, Gombak, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, August 8, 2017.
  • The Hornby Scholar’s Panel Presentation: ELT in action: what works and what makes it work in different contexts, 46th Annual International IATEFL Conference and Exhibition, SECC, Glasgow, UK,  March 19 to 23 2012.
  • Training English Teachers from Difficult and Rural Contexts in Bangladesh, First International English Language Teacher Educator’s Conference organized by the British Council and the English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad, India, January 22 to 24, 2011.
  • Promoting Collaboration in Mixed Ability EFL Classrooms at Tertiary Level in Bangladesh, NELTA 13TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, Katmandu, Nepal, from February 16 to 18, 2008.


Presented Conference Papers (Local)

  1. Can Implicit Focus on Form Develop Bangladeshi Tertiary Learners’ Grammatical Knowledge about Articles?, Regional IML Two-day Conference 2020, Institute of Modern Language, University of Dhaka, February 28 to 29, 2020.
  2. Investigating the Discourse Patterns of Narrating Personal Experience and a Picture Story, Fourth International Conference on English Studies and the Marketplace, Department of English, East West University, February 19 to 20, 2016.
  3. Training English Teachers from Marginalized Areas of Bangladesh, 5th BELTA International Conference, May 20 to 22, 2011.
  4. Introducing Mobile Assisted Language Learning in Bangladesh, 5th BELTA International Conference, May 20 to 22, 2011.
  5. Incorporating Intercultural component into ELT at Tertiary Level in Bangladesh, Third International Conference on Empire and English Studies: Pedagogy & Activism Now, Department of English, East West University, December 12 to 132009.
  6. An Insight into Teaching Global English at Tertiary Level in Bangladesh in the Second International Conference on “Democracy, the ‘New World Order’ and English Studies”, the Department of English, East West University, December 12 to 132008.
  7. Teaching Presentation Skills to Tertiary Students in Bangladesh in the seminar on “Aspects of Language and Literary Studies”, Department of English, Stamford University Bangladesh, January 13, 2008.
    Attended Seminars &Conferences
    • BELTA-UIU English Language Education Programme in collaboration with THT, September 13, 2019,  United International University, United City, Madani Avenue, Dhaka.
    •  BELTA-EASTERN UNIVERSITY English Language Education Programme in Collaboration with THT, September 14, 2018, Eastern University, Dhanmondi, Dhaka,
    • BELTA Advocacy Program on Educational Issues 2, “The Current Status of English Language Assessment in Bangladesh”, July 5-6, 2013, BRAC Centre INN, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
    • 6th BELTA International Conference, January 18 to 20, 2013, NAEM, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
    • 44th IATEFL Conference, April 7 to 11, 2010, Harrogate, UK.
    • 8th Language and Development Conference organized by the British Council and English in Action from June 23 to 25, 2009, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Published Researh
  • Jahan, A. (2018). Impact of Textual Enhancement on Bangladeshi Learner’s Noticing and Grammatical Development of Present Perfect and Past Simple Tenses. Malaysian Journal of ELT Research (MaJER), 15(1),1-16, ISSN 1511- 8002.
  • Jahan, A. (2016-2017). Impact of Task Repetition on a Bangladeshi Tertiary Learner’s Oral Performance: A Case Study. HARVEST: Jahangirnagar University Studies in language and Literature, 32, 71- 86, ISSN 1729-8326
  • Jahan, A. & Kormos, J. (2015). The impact of textual enhancement on EFL learners' grammatical awareness of future plans and intentions. International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 25(1), 46–66. doi: 10.1111/ijal.12049
  • Jahan, A. (2012). Residual Cultural Imperialism in Primary Textbooks in Bangladesh: A Critique of the English for Today Textbooks, East West Journal of Humanities, 3, 73- 96. ISSN 2024-6628.
  • The Hornby Scholar’s Panel Presentation: ELT in action: what works and what makes it work in different contexts. (2012). In T.  Pattison (Ed.) IATEFL 2012 Glasgow Conference Selections (pp. 158- 161). Kent: Pilgrims.
  • Rahman, F. M., & Akhter J. (2011). Training English Teachers from Difficult and Rural Contexts in Bangladesh. In P. Gunashekhar, A. Padwad & D. Pawelec (Eds.) Starting, Stimulating and Sustaining English Language Teacher education and development: A selection of papers presented at the International Conference in Hyderabad in January 2011, pp. 86-92.
  • Jahan, A., & Nusrat J. (2011). Working with Vocabulary at Tertiary Level in Bangladesh, Journal of Education and Practice, 2(5), 45-57, ISSN 2222-1735 (Paper) & ISSN 2222-288X (Online)
  • Jahan, A. (2008). Promoting Collaboration in Mixed Ability EFL Classrooms at Tertiary Level in Bangladesh, Journal of NELTA, 13(1-2), 49-56.
  • Jahan, A., &Nusrat J. (2008) Teaching Presentation Skills to Tertiary Students in Bangladesh, Stamford Journal of English, 4, 38-57.
  • Jahan, A. (2008). Teaching Speaking Skills at Tertiary Level in Bangladesh: An Empirical Investigation, Daffodil International University Journal of Business and Economics, 3(1), 155-171.
  • Rahman, M. R., & Akhter J. (2007). Strengths and Weaknesses of Teaching Fluent Reading: A Study at the Tertiary Level in Bangladesh, Daffodil International University Journal of Business and Economics, 2(2), 155-167.
Training and Workshop

Participated Professional Training 

  • A 3-day Leadership Trainer Validation event, Connecting Classroom Project, British Council, Dhaka from  March 1 to 3, 2019 at Hotel Grand Platinum, Dhaka.
  • A 4-day Core Skills Trainer Validation event, Connecting Classrooms Project of the British Council Dhaka from  November 11 to 14, 2018 at The Days Hotel, 69 Suhrawardy Avenue, Baridhara Diplomatic Zone, Dhaka-1212, Bangladesh.
  • Certified as an ELT Teacher Trainer by the British Council Bangladesh, English Team in September 2013.
  • A 5-day Course on Research Design and Methods, March 31- April 9, 2011, CRT, East West University.
  • A Ten-week Online Teacher Training Course on Critical Thinking For English Language Teaching (EFL) Curriculum conducted by American English Institute, University of Oregon, USA from April 4, 2011 to June 10, 2011.
  • Training of Trainers (TOT) arranged by the British Council, Dhaka in August 2009.

 

Conducted Training 

  • Teaching Basic Concepts of Linguistics, Teaching Reading Skills, Teaching Writing Skills, CEDP-10th Batch Teacher Training Program, National University Gazipur, Dhaka, January 24, 2020.
  • Teaching Introduction to Linguistics, CEDP-6th Batch Teacher Training Program, National University Gazipur, Dhaka 8 September 8 & 12, 2019.
  • Trained BCS Cadre Teachers for mapping the primary and secondary levels English language curriculum of Bangladesh against the three websites of the British Council- Learn English Kids, Learn English Teens and Teaching English in 2013.
  • Trained teachers, bankers and trainers at English for Teaching: Teaching for English (ETTE) Project of the British council, Bangladesh Bank, National University’s 80th Teacher’s Training Program, Access to Information (A2I) Program and Reaching out of School Children (ROSC) Project of the Government of Bangladesh from 2009-2013.


Conducted Workshop

  • Managing Learner Centered Activities & Giving Feedback to YLs, Workshop for the Student Teachers, Hornby Project of BELTA, Department of English, Daffodil International University, February 8, 2020.
  • Providing Feedback on Writing, TA Workshop, Department of English, East West University, Dhaka, January 16, 2020.
  • Managing Learner- Centered activities in Large Classes at the BELTA National ELT Conference organized by BELTA & the English Department, Rajshahi University and sponsored by the American Centre, US Embassy, Dhaka, January 7-8, 2011, Rajshahi University, Rajshahi, Bangladesh.
  • Managing Learner-Centered Activities at the English Language Teaching Seminar and BELTA Comilla Chapter Opening, June 4, 2010, Ispahani Cantonment Public School and College, Comilla, Bangladesh.
  • The SMS Approach at the 6th GELTA Seminar, July 8, 2010, Ghatail Project of Good Neighbors Bangladesh, Ghatail, Tangail, Bangladesh.


Participated Workshop

  • A 3-day residential meeting and workshop for the project Engaging teachers in South Asia with research evidence: Improving English language learning in areas with poor access to resources, 2020 funded by the University of York, UK   from March 9 to 11, 2020 at Hotel Taj Samudra, Gale Road, Colombo, Sril Lanka.
  • Workshop on Creating and Using Rubrics, conducted by Dr. Sharmin Khan, San Jose State University, USA, January 16, 2019 at Canadian International University, Banani, Dhaka.
  • A 3-day Planning workshop conducted by Connecting Classroom Project, British Council, Dhaka from December 11 to 13,  2018 at Nazimgarh Wilderness Resort, Lalakhal, Sylhet.
  • Regional Curriculum Mapping Workshop, Phase -2, organized by the British Council, Sri Lanka, May 6- 11, 2013.
  • Regional Curriculum Mapping Workshop organized by the British Council, Sri Lanka, January 28- February 1, 2013.
  • Exploring Recent Practices in Teacher Development for ELT arranged by British Council-BELTA, December 2010.
  • Leadership skills in ELT arranged by BELTA and TESOL Arabia Leadership & Management SIG,BRAC Centre Inn, December 2- 3, 2010.
Research Grants
  • For the project, Engaging teachers in South Asia with research evidence: Improving English language learning in areas with poor access to resources, 2020 from the Priming for ODA-Compliant Research (Global Challenges Research Fund) internal grant scheme of the University of York, UK. For more information, http://www.dyslexiaprojectsl.com/ 
  • For the projectInvestigating EAP Provision in South Asian Higher Education: Current Trends and Future Needs, 2019 from British Council’s ELTRA. For more information, http://www.dyslexiaprojectsl.com/ 
  • For the project Connecting Underprivileged Children and Tertiary Students through Cross Age Teaching: A Hand-in-hand ELT Approach, 2019-20 on behalf of Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA)  from A.S.HORNBY EDUCATIONAL TRUST TEACHER ASSOCIATION PROJECT SCHEME managed by the British Council.
Scholarship and Sponsorship
  1. Sponsored invitation from the University of York, UK to participate in a 3-day residential meeting and workshop for a teacher training project in Colombo, Sri Lanka in 2020.
  2. Hornby Trust Scholarship 2011-2012 for studying MA TESOL at the University of Lancaster, UK.
  3. Sponsored invitations to attend conferences and workshops from the British Council, UK (2010, 2012), India (2011), and Sri Lanka (2013).
  4. E-Teacher Scholarship for participating in an on-line teacher training course from the American Centre, Dhaka in 2010.
  5. General scholarship from Dhaka University for the MA results in 2006.
  6. Talent-pool scholarship from the Dhaka Education Board for the H. S. C results in 1998.
Journal Publication
International
  1. Jahan, I. (2018).”Comparative Studies on Films: Scopes of Digital Humanities”. Asian Journal of English Studies (AJES), 7. (1). 175-183.
  2. Jahan, I. (2017). “Novel: Death or Resurrection of Storytelling”. South Asian Review, 38. (2). 89-101.
  3. Jahan, I. (2016). “Documentation of History through Storytelling”. International Journal on English Language, Literature and Translation Studies (IJELR), Vol.3. Issue.4 (Oct-Dec.), P. 500-508. ISSN: 2395-2628 Print, 2345-9451(online).
  4. Jahan, I. (2012).“Nationalism, Syncretism, and the Enforcers of History”. Asian Conference on  Literature, P. 884-894. ISSN: 2186-229X, http://www.iafor.org/acah_proceedings.html
  5. Jahan, I. (2012).  “The Art of Existence and the Care of the Self in Family Ties”. Language, Literature and Linguistics, P 288-293. ISSN: 2251-3566.
National
  1. Jahan, I. (2010). “Real and Symbolic Unable to Bridge the Gap between the World and Richard Wright”. HarvestJahangirnagar Study of Language and Literature,  Vol-25, P. 99-109, ISSN 1729­8326.
  2. Jahan, I. (2015). An Existential Reading of Family TiesEast West Journal of Humanities. Vol.5, P 24-32. ISSN 2074-6628.
Conference & Seminars
  1. Israt Jahan. “Untying the Ties in Family Ties”. International Conference on Locating Latin American Literature, Jahangirnagar University, Savar, 24-25 May, 2009.
  2. Israt Jahan. “Reading Fanon and Wright Today: Violence, master-Slave Dichotomy, and the Negro Question”.  3rd International Conference on Pedagogy and Activism Now. East West University, Dhaka, 11-12 December, 2009.
  3. Israt Jahan. “Latin American Way of life”. International Postgraduate Conference 2012 on Language, Literature, and Cultural Studies in the 21st Century, Jahangirnagar University, Savar, 25-26 May 2012.
  4. Israt Jahan. ‘The Art of Existence and the Care of the Self in Family Ties”. 1st Annual International Conference on Language, Literature and Linguistics (L3 2012), Fort Canning, Singapore, 9-10 July, 2012.
  5. Israt Jahan. “Nationalism, Syncretism, and the Enforcers of History”. 2nd Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities, Virtual presentation, Osaka, Japan, 2012.
  6. Israt Jahan. “Novel: Death/ Resurrection of Storytelling?” International Conference on Disaporas and Diversities: Teaching English in a Changing World, IUB, Dhaka, 5-7 November, 2015.
  7. Israt Jahan. “Encoding and Decoding Myth”. 4th International Conference on English Studies and the Marketplace. East West University, Dhaka, 19-20 February 2016.
Journal Publication
National
  1. Islam, FS Pamela (2015), Teaching Writing Skills in ESL and EFL Settings: A theoretical consideration, February 2012 to August 2013 issue of The Dhaka University Journal of Linguistics, vol.5-6, no. 9-12, pp.113-126. 
  2. Islam, FS Pamela (2012) EFL Learning Online: A case of South Asia, February 2010 issue of The Dhaka University Journal of Linguistics, vol.3, no. 5, pp.137-153. 
  3. Islam, FS Pamela & Islam, W (December 2010) Globalization, English Hegemony and Cultural Imperialism: The Bangladesh context, in Journal of SUB, vol.2, pp.9-24.

Journal Publications

Sharif, Chowdhury O. (2017). “SEXISM AND VARIATIONS IN THE USE OF LANGUAGE”. International Journal of Advanced Research (ISSN 2320-5407), Vol. 5, Issue 12, December, p. 1136-1144. Web.

Sharif, Chowdhury O. (2017). “USE OF LANGUAGE OF THE THIRD GENDER IN BANGLADESH: A SOCIOLINGUISTIC STUDY”. International Journal of Advanced Research and Review (ISSN 2455-7277), Vol. 2, Issue 8, August, p. 31-35. Web.

Sharif, Chowdhury O. (2016). "The HeleNeo". International Journal of English: Literature, Language and Skills (ISSN 2278-0742), Vol. 5, Special Issue 1, p. 23. Web.

Sharif, Chowdhury O. (2015). “Diasporic Comparison: The Namesake and Brick Lane”.Critical Essays on Indian Diaspora (ISBN 978-81-7273-966-9), New Delhi: Authorspress. p. 103-117. Print.

Sharif, Chowdhury O. (2015). “The Urge (A Sonnet)”. The Expression: An International Multi-Disciplinary e-Journal (ISSN 2395-4132), Vol. 1, Issue 3, June, p. 101. Web.

Sharif, Chowdhury O. (2015). “Gradual Shift in Treatment of the Character of ‘Ravan’ of the Ramayana”. International Journal on Studies in English Language and Literature (ISSN 2347-3126), Vol. 3, Issue 5, May. p. 32-40. Print.

Sharif, Chowdhury O., and Tanusri Dutta (2013). “Mother or monster: A postcolonial study of two pathological women in postcolonial literature”. International Journal of English and Literature (ISSN 2141-2626), Vol. 04, Num. 05, July. p. 210-216. Web.

Sharif, Chowdhury O. (2013). “Browning’s Logue: Mono or “Despo””. RABINDRA JOURNAL (ISSN 2477-1714), Vol. 08, Issue 01, Feb. p. 211-217. Print.

Sharif, Chowdhury O. (2013). “Indo-Anglian Poetry: An Image House”. Interactions: An International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (ISSN 2277-3940), Vol. 02, Issue 01, Jan. p. 66-73. Print.



Journal Publication
  1. Jan, Mohammad Hasan (2013). Room Nineteen: A Room of Susan’s Own. The Eastern University Journal, 05(01), ISSN 1998-7889, 1-5.
  2. Jan, Mohammad Hasan (2012)The Potential Resurrection in Fire on the Mountain. Harvest: Jahangirnagar Studies in Language and Literature, 27(2011-12), ISSN 1729-8326, 25-41.
Conference Presentation
  1. Mohammad Hasan Jan. “Can the Subaltern Teach?” International Conference on Ecocriticism and Environmental Studies. Birkbeck College, University of London, London, United Kingdom. 20 October, 2018.
  2. Mohammad Hasan Jan. “Can the Refugees Teach?” International Conference on Refugees in the Public Imagination: Discourse of (Dis)location and (Dis)placement. University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh. 22-23 December, 2017.
  3. Mohammad Hasan Jan. “Room Nineteen: A Room of Susan’s Own” International Conference on Thinking Other-Wise With/In English Studies. Jahangirnagar University. 13-14 May 2011
Academic Research

MA Dissertation 

Title of the Thesis: “Representation of Religion in African Postcolonial Literature”.

Supervisor: Mashrur Shahid Hossain, Professor and former Chair, Department of English, Jahangirnagar University, Savar, Dhaka- 1342.

BA (Hons) Research Paper

Title of the Research Paper: “The Concept of Self in Walt Whitman’s Song of Myself and Among the Bauls”

Supervisor: Mashrur Shahid Hossain, Professor and former Chair, Department of English, Jahangirnagar University, Savar, Dhaka- 1342.

Publications

Title of the Paper: “Wo/man(~hood/~liness) in Baul Tradition: Wo/men ≠ What We Mean?” Name of the Journal: Critical Space. Country: India. 

International Conferences

1. Name of the Conference: ICSL 2020: Gender, Health, Information and Environment

    Title of the paper: “An ‘Oblique’ Ecocriticism in Baul Songs”        

    Date: February 27-29, 2020.

    Place: East West University.


2. Name of the Conference: Transgressing/Transcending Borders through Translation

    Title of the paper: “Translating ‘mysteriums’ of Baul Songs: Discourses and Debates on Skopos and Freedom in Translation Studies”

    Date: January 25-26, 2019.

    Place: East West University.


3. Name of the Conference: Language, Literature, Culture and Politics: Celebrating Karl Marx’s Bicentenary

    Title of the paper: “Green Politics in Mountain Literature in Bangladesh”

    Date: November 30-December 1, 2018.

    Place: University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB).


4. Name of the Conference: Refugees in the Public Imagination: Discourse of (Dis)location and (Dis)placement

    Title of the paper: “Migration, Public Imagination and the Stories of the ‘godogs’”

    Date: December 22-23, 2017.

    Place: University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB).

 

5. Name of the Conference: Redrawing Gender Boundaries in Literary Terrains

    Title of the Paper: “The Mystic People’s Woman(hood): Women ≠ What ‘We’ Mean?”

    Date: 18-19 May, 2017.

    Place: BRAC University, Dhaka


6. Name of the Conference: The River: Flows of Innovation and Exchange in the Global(i)zed English World 

    Title of the paper: “Of the Bauls, Baul Songs and Baul Tatwa: Knowing the Self”

    Date: March 3-4, 2016.

    Place: North South University.

Seminars

Title of the Paper: “The Treatment of Women in Baul Tradition”

Date: August 22, 2017.

Place: East West University.


Title of the Paper: “Rereading Edward Said’s Representations of the Intellectual in the Context of Bangladesh: De-fining the Intellectuals and Their  Intellectuality”.

Date: April 08, 2015.

Place: East West University.

Workshops

Title of the Paper: “Of Baul Philosophy and Baul Tradition: The Bauls, Baul Songs and Baul Tatwa 

Date: November 02, 2015

Place: East West University


Title of the Paper: “Introducing Postcolonial Literatures: African Literatures in Focus”

Date: July 01, 2015

Place: East West University

Journal Publication
International
  1. Rashid, M. M. (2016). Do I Dare..Disturb the Fan(atic)? – A Socio Psychological study of Sports Fanaticism, Identity Formation and the making of a Fan. Crossings: ULAB Journal of English Studies, 7 (1), 107-116.
  2. Rashid, M. M. (2015). (T)Roll, Camera, Action – Negative Publicity in the Countries of South Asia: (T/S)elling Ads or (S/T)elling Fables. Creative Discourse, 1(2), 205-210.
  3. Rashid, M. M. (2014). Trol(Po)litics – An Explanation to Internet Trolls: Virtual Consumerism vs Cyber Marxism. Wizcraft Journal of Language and Literature, 2(4), 89-96.
  4. Rashid, M. M. (2013). (Fe)Mal(e)icious Representation of Women in Cyberspace. Visualization of Women in Literature, Media and Science, 1(1), 28-35.
Journal Publication
  • Haque, S. (2014). Expectation of Tertiary Students of Bangladesh from ELT Classrooms. Journal of NELTA, 19(1-2), 56-64.
  • Haque,S. (2013).Using Cartoons for English Language Teaching in Bangladesh: Progress, Problems and Possibilities. Journal of the Institute of Modern Languages,24,85-94.
  • Haque, S. (2013-14).Composition Courses in Private Universities of Bangladesh: Expectation and Reality.Stamford Journal of English8, 81-93.
Conference & Seminars
  • Haque, S. (2017). To blend or not to blend. Paper presented at the National conference of BELTA, Daffodil International University, Dhaka.
  • Haque, S. (2017). Factors influencing English language teacher motivation. Paper presented at the 51st IATEFL Conference, Glasgow, UK.
  • Haque, S. (2016). Teaching English in difficult circumstances: A Bangladeshi scenario. Paper presented at the 21st International Conference of NELTA, Lalitpur, Nepal.
  • Haque, S. & Shanta, S. (2016). Empowering ELT Teachers of Bangladesh through Digital Platform. Paper presented at the national conferencetitled Empowering the English Language Teacher, BELTA, Chittagong, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2016). Shakespeare in ELT: What Do the Students Say? Paper presented at the national conference on Shakespeare titled Shakespeare: Larger than Life, Hamdard University Bangladesh, Narayanganj, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2016). Learner Autonomy in ELT: The Case of Bangladesh. Paper presented at the international conference titled The River:Flows of Innovation and Exchange in the Global(i)zed English World, North South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2016). Blended Learning in ELT: A Bangladeshi Scenario. Paper presented at the 4th international conference titled English Studies and the Marketplace, East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2015). Storytelling in the ELT Classroom for Oral Proficiency. Paper presented at the International Conference titled Diasporas and Diversities: Teaching English in a Changing World, Independent University, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2015). Attitudes and Motivation of Bangladeshi Tertiary Students towards Learning English. Paper presented at the International Conference on Language, Literature and Community, ULAB, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2015). Expectations of Tertiary Students from ELT Classrooms. Paper presented at the 7th BELTA International Conference, NAEM, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Using World War Literature as ELT Material in Tertiary Language Classroom. Paper presented at the International Conference on The Great War and English Studies, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Use of Technology by the Tertiary Teachers for ELT in Bangladesh. Paper presented at the 2nd International ELT Conference, ULAB, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Continuous Professional Development of the ELT Teachers of Bangladesh. Paper presented at the National ELT Conference of Institute of Education and Research, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Have You Ever Thought What We Want? Paper presented at the 19th International Conference of NELTA, Lalitpur, Nepal.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Formative Assessment in Large Classrooms. Paper presented at the 19th International Conference of NELTA, Lalitpur, Nepal.


Other
  • Haque, S. (In press). Factors influencing English language teacher motivation. In the 50th IATEFL Conference selections. Kent: UK.
  • Haque, S. (2016). Teaching English in difficult circumstances: A Bangladeshi scenario. In the NELTA Conference Proceedings 2016. Kathmandu: Nepal.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Formative assessment in large classes. In the NELTA Conference Proceedings 2014. Kathmandu: Nepal.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Have you ever thought what we want? In the  NELTA Conference Proceedings 2014. Kathmandu: Nepal.