Ongoing Researches

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Faculty Members Ongoing Researches

The Role of Culture in Teaching English

Teaching Writing

Alternative Assessment

The Role of Technology in ELT

Testing & Assessment 

Cultural Studies
Feminist Theories
Studies in Violence, Mourning and Memory
Postmodern Spaces

  1. Diaspora and Belongingness 

Postcolonialism

Feminist Studies 

  • Psychoanalytic criticism
  • Postmodernism
  • Women and Gender Studies
  • Cultural Studies
  • Creative Writing
  • Magic Realism

Narrative inquiry

Teacher and researcher emotion

Oriental learner stereotypes

Critical discourse analysis

Sociolinguistics

English Language Teaching, Second Language Acquisition, Testing and Assessment, Psycholinguistics 

Postcolonialism, South Asian literature, Bangladeshi literature in English, Diaspora and identity, Marginalization, Feminist studies and Cultural studies

Moumita Haque Shenjutee's areas of interest include South Asian Literature, Modern and Post modern Literature, Diasporic Literature, Subaltern Studies, Post colonial Theory, and Feminist Studies. 

Postcolonial literature, folklore, ecocriticism, spatial criticism, and cultural studies.

ELT, ESP, Online Teaching and Learning,  Second Language Acquisition, Sociolinguistics, Inclusivity in Education, Gamification of the Learning Experience, Autonomous Learning, Building Systems of Support, Fusion of Technology and Education

Phonetics and Phonology, Second Language Acquisition, Postmethod Pedagogy and Learner Autonomy.

  • Accessibility and Inclusivity in Education
  • Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching (ELT)
  • Education and Development
  • Education Economics
  • Education Policy
  • E-learning
  • Higher Education and Entrepreneurship