Ongoing Researches

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Faculty Members Ongoing Researches

International Law, Law and Technology, Criminal Law

Women Entrepreneurship and Empowerment; Violence Against Women;
Gender and Development; Technology and Women Development; Society,
Culture and Development; Social Change and Urbanization

Gender, Migration, Women empowerment & rights, Women & femininity, Men & masculinity; 

Poverty, Population, Indigenous peoples, Health & Environment, Culture & Mass Communication, Social change; 

Human rights with special focus on Gender Based Violence & Violence against Women, Sexual Harassment.  

1) Public International Law.

2) International Human Rights Law.

3) International Intellectual Property Law.

4) World Trade Law.

5) International Contract Law.

6) Comparative Law.

7) Law of War. 

8) International Banking Law.

9) Thesis Supervision

  • Climate Change and Environmental Migration
  • Climate Change Governance
  • Public Participation
  • Rohingya Refugee 
  • Urban Resilience, Urban Adaptation of Climate Migrants
  • Landslide
  • Politics of Natural Hazards

Research Interests: -

i) Public International Law (i.e., Int'l Human Rights Law, Int'l Criminal Law, Int'l Humanitarian Law, and Int'l Environmental Law), ii) Mass Atrocity and Genocide Studies, iii) Criminology, and iv) Constitutional Law. 

Participation in Research/Training Courses/Programs:-

1. Summer School on International Criminal Court - 2021, organized by the Irish Centre for Human Rights, Galway, Ireland (8-11 June).

2. Economic Social and Development Residential School - 2021 - Diploma Course, organized by Kathmandu School of Law, Nepal (24-31 May).

3. Training of Human Rights Trainers - 2020 (Case Study Rohingya Youth), organized by Asia Justice and Rights, Indonesia (1 Oct-1 Dec).

4. 100 Bangladeshi Youth Delegates Visit to India - 2018, co-organized by the High Commission of India and the Indian Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports (23 Mar-1 Apr).

5. Model International Criminal Court (MICC) Training Course - 2017, organized by the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany (18-21 Mar).

6.  Human Rights Summer School on Human Rights and Terrorism - 2015, organized by the Empowerment through Law of the Common People (ELCOP), Dhaka, Bangladesh (20-31 Oct).

7. Winter School on Genocide, Justice, and the New Generation - 2015, organized by the Center for the Study of Genocide and Justice, Liberation War Museum, Dhaka, Bangladesh (17-24 Dec).

8. AsianSIL Youth Forum 2015, organized by the Asian Society of International Law (AsianSIL), Bangkok, Thailand (26-27 Nov).

Applied Linguistics (Discourse, Pragmatics, EFL, Sociolinguistics), SLA

Public International Law, Laws Relating to Transboundary Crimes and Constitutional Law.

Trauma, alienation, memory, identity, marginalisation, postcolonialism, ecocriticism and magical realism

International Humanitarian and Human Rights Law, Gender, Family and Personal Laws, Criminology and Criminal Laws

Supervision of Undergrad (LLB) Students:

  1. Mirja Tahmina Akter, Child Marriage: Disagreements among Sharia Law, National Laws and International Framework, Spring 2022
  2. Rifat Al Haque, Doctrine of Representation: A Critical Analysis from the Perspective of Shariah, Spring 2022
  3. Faisal Ahmad Chowdhury, Preventive Detention: A Comparative Study with India, Spring 2022
  4. Efat Farzana, Legal Presumption on Legitimacy of Child under Modern Science, Fall 2021
  5. Jahanara Islam Bhuiyan, A Critical Study of Legal Rights of Women with Disabilities in Bangladesh: Applicability, Inefficacy, Reality, Fall 2021
  6. Maheni Fayaza, Standards of Migrant Labors and Emergence of their Labor Rights, Fall 2021
  7. Masheat Islam, The Possibilities, Applicability and Necessity of Uniform Family Code: Bangladesh Perspective, Fall 2021
  8. Munira Sharmin Trisha, Divorce Procedure: Conflicts between the Personal Laws and Secular Laws, Summer 2021 
  9. Zannatul Bushra Mishel, Blaming the Victim: A Comprehensive Analysis on Violations of the Right to Privacy of Rape Victims and Relevance of Character Evidence, Summer 2021
  10. Chowdhury Sadia Nishat, Implementation of Dower Rights in Bangladesh: Legal Analysis, Spring 2021
  11. Fatema-tuz-Zohora Rupa, Analysis on Faskh and Delegated Divorce Right of Muslim Women: Legal Complexity and Way Forward, Fall 2020
  12. Md. Imdadul Hossain Nayeem, Juvenile Delinquency in Bangladesh: A Contextual Analysis, Fall 2020
  13. Sheikh Tasnia Tahsin, Right to Life: Existing Laws and Practices in Bangladesh, Fall 2020
  14. Sanjina Momtaz Rosha, Past Maintenance: Justification of the Amount and Limitation Period by the Courts of Bangladesh, Summer 2020
  15. Prosenjit Rakshit Chayon, Jeopardizing Hindu Women's Right to Divorce and Property in Bangladesh: A Comparative Overview, Spring 2020 
  16. Mahmudul Hassan Khan, Guardianship of Property: A Critical Analysis under Personal Laws and Statutory Laws, Fall 2019
  17. Avijhit Shikder, Universal Human Rights Violation from Geopolitical Perspectives, Summer 2019
  18. Saraf Anjum, Legal Presumption on Legitimacy of Child in the Era of Medical Science, Spring 2019

Public International Law, International Commercial Arbitration, International Humanitarian Law, International Human Rights Law

Literary Criticism and Theory.

Post-1945 Anglophone Literature.

Global Women's Cinema.

American Literature.


Human Rights, Constitutional Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution

Second Language Acquisition, Form-focused Instruction, Corrective Feedback, Corpus-based Language Teaching, Use of Technology in Language Teaching

Indian Mythology, Indian Confessional Poetry, Postmodernism, Queer Theory, Feminism, Shakespeare Criticism