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Journal Publication
  1. "Will Bangladesh Seize or Squander the Economic Opportunity Offered by the Demographic Dividend?", Asia-Pacific Population Journal, Volume- 29, No. 2, December 2014
  2. “Multi-sectoral Determinants of Maternal Mortality in Bangladesh”, Development Review, Volume 20, 2010.
  3. Achieving Millennium Development Goal on Maternal Mortality in Rural Bangladesh:  Lessons Learnt from Gonoshasthya Kendra’s Experience”Asia-Pacific Population Journal, April 2008.
  4. The Elderly Woman in Bangladesh; Her Roles and Positions, in The Elderly Woman in Asia; Her Roles and Positions. International Institute on Ageing. United Nations, Malta 2006.
  5. “Ageing in Nepal,” Asia-Pacific Population Journal, March 2004
  6. Plateauing of Total Fertility Rate (TFR) in Bangladesh: An Exploratory Analysis “ (co-authored with Nashid Kamal),  Asian Profile, Vol.31, No.2 , 2003. 
  7. Unmet Need for Contraception in South Asia - its, Level, Trend and Differentials and Programme Implications”, Asia-Pacific Population Journal, September 2001.
  8. Health and Nutrition Status of Children in South Asia”, Population and Development in  Nepal, Vol 7, Central Department of Population Studies, Trivubhan University, Kathmandu,  2000.
  9. Democracy, Development and the Role of the Marginalized”, in Culture, Democracy and Development in South Asia (ed.) N.N. Vohra, Delhi: International Centre, 2000.
  10. Socio-economic, “Demographic and Reproductive Health Profiles of Adolescents in SAARC Countries”, Population and Development in Nepal, Vol. 6, Central Department of Population Studies, Trivubhan University, Kathmandu, 1999.
  11. Factors Affecting Variations in Fertility by States of India”, Asia-Pacific Population Journal,   June, 1996.
  12. A Socio-demographic Profile of the Population of Maldives”, Asia-Pacific Population Journal, December 1996.
  13. Quality of Life of Female Children with Declining Fertility in Bangladesh", In: Sex Preference for Children and Gender Discrimination in Asia", Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs (KIHASA), 1996.
  14. "Women's Empowerment Index (WEI)", UNFPA CST for CASA, Kathmandu, Nepal, October, 1994.
  15. "Socio-Demographic Correlates of Infant Mortality in Rural Ethiopia", Staff Report No. 7, Population Analysis and Studies Center, (CSA), Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), May 1992 (Co-authored with Enemanachew Yimamu). Also published in Population and Development Bulletin, Vol. 2, No. 1, 1994.
  16. "Child Survival and Fertility Performance in Rural Ethiopia: Is There Any Relationship?" Staff Report No. 5, Population Analysis and Studies Center, (CSA), Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), February 1992 (Co-authored with Teshome Toga Chanaka).  Also published in Population and Development Bulletin, Vol. 2, No. 1, 1994.
  17. "The Reproductive Behaviour of Adolescent Women in Rural Ethiopia: Dimensions and Implications", Staff Report No. 4, Population Analysis and Studies Center, (CSA), Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), February 1992 (Co-authored with Teshome Toga Chanaka).
  18. "Population Pressure and its Effects on Changes in Agrarian Structure and Productivity in Rural Bangladesh". In: Gerry Rodgers (ed.), Population Growth and Poverty in Rural South Asia, Sage Publications, 1989.
  19. "The Estimates of Fertility of Addis Ababa - Revisited", Population and Social Statistics Department, Central Statistical Authority (Mimeo), Addis Ababa, May 1988.  (Co-authored with Abdulahi Hasen).
  20. "Adequacy of Child Dietary Intake Relative to that of Other Family Members", Food and Nutrition Bulletin, (United Nations University), Vol. 10, No. 2, 1988.
  21. "Dietary Adequacy and Sex Bias: Pre-school Children in Rural Bangladesh", Social Action, Vol. 37, April-June 1987.
  22. "Determinants of Nutrient Adequacy in a Rural Area of Bangladesh", Food and Nutrition Bulletin, Vol. 8, No. 4, December 1986.
  23. "Determinants of Nutrient Adequacy for Lactating and Pregnant Mothers in a Rural Area of Bangladesh", Food and Nutrition Bulletin (United Nations University), Vol. 7, No. 1, March 1985.
  24. "Determinants of Dietary Intake and Dietary Adequacy for Pre-school Children in Bangladesh", Food and Nutrition Bulletin (United Nations University), Vol. 6, No. 4, December 1984.
  25. "Hindu-Muslim Differential Fertility: How Much Religious and How Much Socio?” Social Action, Vol. 34, No. 3, July 1984.
  26. "The Duration of Breast-feeding Adequacy in a Rural Area of Bangladesh", Food and Nutrition Bulletin, (United Nations University), Vol. 6, No. 1, March 1984.
  27. "The Influence of Female Education, Labour Force Participation and Age at Marriage on Fertility Behaviour in Bangladesh", Social Biology, (January) Vol. 31, No. 1, 1984.
  28. "Female Labour Force Status and Fertility Behaviour in Bangladesh: Search for Policy Interventions", Bangladesh Development Studies, Vol. XI, No. 3, March 1983.
  29. "Labor Absorption in Bangladesh Agriculture", Social Action (Journal of Indian Social Studies), Vol. 33, No. 1, Jan - March 1983.
  30. "Migration, Mobility and Income Distribution: Some Evidence from Bangladesh", Boston: Boston University (Discussion Paper No: 18), 1983.  Also published in Lata Chatterjee and Peter Nijkamp (eds.) Urban and Regional Policy Analysis in Developing Countries, London: Gower, 1983.
  31. "The Effect of Mother's Work on Child Care, Dietary Intake and Dietary Adequacy of Pre-school Children", Bangladesh Development Studies, Vol. X, No. 4, 1982.
  32. "Urbanization in Bangladesh, 1901-1974", Social Action, Vol. 32, No. 2, 1982.
  33. "The Aged in Bangladesh", In: Alfred de Souza (ed).  Aging in South Asia: Theoretical Issues and Policy Implications: New Delhi: Indian Social Institute, 1982.
  34. "Population Pressure and Agricultural Productivity in Bangladesh" Bangladesh Development Studies, Vol. IX, No. 3, 1981.
  35. Comment on, "The Cultural Impact of the Transfer of Technology in Developing Countries", Regional Development Dialogue, Vol. 2, No. 2, Spring, 1981.
  36. "Effects of Population Growth on Changes in the Agrarian Structure of Rural Bangladesh", Social Action, Vol. 31, No. 3, July 1981.
  37. "Population, Food Supply and Nutrition", In: Population of Bangladesh, Monograph No. 8, ESCAP, United Nations, 1981.
  38. "Nuptiality in Bangladesh", In: Population of Bangladesh, Monograph No. 8, ESCAP, United Nations, 1981.
  39. "Households, Families and Housing Needs in Bangladesh, In: Population of Bangladesh, Monograph No. 8, ESCAP, United Nations, 1981.
  40. "Urbanization in Bangladesh, 1901-1974", In: Population of Bangladesh, Monograph No. 8, ESCAP, United Nations, 1981.
  41. "Population and Development in Bangladesh", In: Wahiuddin Mahmud (ed.).  Development Issues in an Agrarian Economy: Dhaka: Dhaka University (Bangladesh), 1981.
  42. "Attitudes Towards Legalization of Abortion Among a Cross-section of Women in Metropolitan Dacca", Journal of Biosocial Science (Cambridge, UK), Vol. 12, No. 4, October 1980.
  43. "Seasonal Dimensions of Rural Poverty in Bangladesh: Employment, Wages and Consumption Patterns".  Social Action (Journal of Indian Institute of Social Studies) Vol. 30, January-March, 1980.
  44. "Determinants and Consequences of Rural Out-migration: Evidence from Villages in Bangladesh", In: IUSSP. Economic and Demographic Change: Issues for the 1980s.  Proceedings of the IUSSP (International Union for the Scientific Study of Population) sponsored conference, Vol. 2, Liege, Belgium, IUSSP, 1979.
  45. "Socio-cultural Factors Affecting Practice of Contraception in Bangladesh", Demography-India, Nos. 1 and 2, 1979.
  46. Female Labour Force Status and Fertility Behaviour: Some Theoretical, Methodological and Policy Issues", Pakistan Development Review.  (Winter), Vol. 18, No. 4, 1979.
  47. "Marriage, Urban Women and the Labour Force: The Bangladesh Case" SIGNS: Journal of Women in Culture and Society; Vol. 5, No. 1, 1979.
  48. "Female Status and Fertility Behaviour", in Women and Development: Perspectives from South and South East Asia, (eds.) Rounaq Jahan and Hanna Papanek, Dhaka: Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs, Dhaka, 1979.
  49. "Socio-biological factors affecting fertility behaviour in a rural area of Bangladesh", (Discussion Paper Series No: 1), Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies, March 1978.
  50. "Determinants and Consequences of Rural Out-migration - Evidence from Some Villages in Bangladesh", The Oriental Geographer, Dhaka University, Dhaka, Vol. XXII, No. 1 & 2, 1978.
  51. "Female Status and Fertility Behaviour in a Metropolitan Urban Area of Bangladesh", Population Studies: A Journal of Demography, Vol. 32, No. 2, July 1978.
  52. "Married Women in Non-agricultural Occupations in a Metropolitan Urban Area of Bangladesh - Some Issues and Problems", Bangladesh Development Studies, Vol. V, 1977.
  53. "Education and Fertility in Bangladesh", Bangladesh Development Studies, Vol. V, No. 1 (January 1977).
  54. "Relative Income and Fertility", Demography Vol. 14, No. 2, (May 1977).
  55. "Management of Immigrants to the Urban Regions of Bangladesh", in Human Settlement: National Report of Bangladesh - presented at the Regional Conference on Human Settlement, held in Vancouver, June 13-18, 1975.
  56. "Demographic Change and Trends of Food Production and Availabilities in Bangladesh (1960-1974)", Population and Development Review, Vol. I, No. 2 (December 1975) (with Lincoln Chen).
  57. "Attitudes of Some Elites Towards Introduction of Abortion as a Method of Family Planning in Bangladesh", Bangladesh Development Studies, Vol. III, No. 4, 1975.
  58. "Dynamics of Migration in a Rural Area of Bangladesh", Bangladesh Development Studies, Vol. III, No. 2, 1975.
  59. "Labour Force Status and Fertility", Bangladesh Development Studies, Vol. II, No. 4, 1974.
  60. "A Glance at Population Planning in Bangladesh", Proceedings of the Annual Conference of Bangladesh Economic Association, 1974.
  61. "A Comment on Fertility, Infant Mortality and Family Planning in Bangladesh", Bangladesh Economic Review, Vol. 2, No. 1, 1972.
  62. "Socio-economic and Seasonal Variation in Fertility: A Replication", Social Biology, Vol. 19, (March 1972).
  63. "Differential Fertility by Religious Groups in East Pakistan", Social Biology (The University of Chicago), Vol. 18, No. 2, June 1971.
  64.  "A Study of Personality Orientation of the Punjab University Students", Scientific Administrative Journal, Vol. II, No. 3, 1968.
Conference & Seminars
  1. Participated as a resource person in the policy seminar, Asia's New Demographic Realities: Do they Matter for Economic Growth, organized by the Economic Development Institute of the World Bank, held in Dhaka on 26-30 April 1998.
  2. Participated as a facilitator in the Asia Regional Workshop for Orientation and Project Idea Development, organized by the Partners in Population and Development: A South-South Initiative, held in Dhaka on 22-25 April 1998.
  3. Participated at the 23rd General Population Conference of the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), at the invitation of the State Family Planning Commission of China, held in Beijing, 11-17 October 1997.
  4. Participated as a resource person in the workshop, Prevention of Migration of Children for the Purpose of Employment, at the invitation of ILO Country Office, held in Kathmandu on 13 January 1997.
  5. Participated in the IUSSP sponsored seminar on, Comparative Perspectives of Fertility Transition in South Asia, held in Islamabad on 17-20 December 1996.  I was the formal discussant of the session, Role of Son Preference in South Asia's Fertility Transition.
  6. Participated at the Annual Conference of the Society of Pakistan Development Economists (PDE), at the invitation of the President of PDE, held in Islamabad on 15-16 December 1996.
  7. Participated as a resource person in the Regional Seminar on, Population and Environment Dynamics, Poverty and the Quality of Life in Asia and the Pacific, at the invitation of the Population Division, Economic and Social Commission of Asia and Pacific (ESCAP), held in Bangkok on 20-25 October 1996.
  8. Participated and presented a paper at the workshop, Strengthening Commitment Towards the Cairo ICPD and Women's Conference in Beijing, organized by the Family Planning Association of Nepal, held in Kathmandu (Nepal) on 5-6 October 1996.
  9. Participated in the seminar on, Population and Sustainable Development in Nepal, organized by the Central Department of Population Studies, Tribhuvan University, on 1-6 July 1996. 
  10. Participated as a resource person in the ECO/UNFPA Conference on the Implementation of ICPD Programme of Action, held in Almaty on 18-20 April 1996.
  11. Participated in the International Symposium on, Population and Sustainable Development, at the invitation of Institute of Population Research, Peking University held in Beijing on 27-29 September 1995.
  12. Participated in the seminar on, Family Planning and Health of Mothers, at the invitation of the Ministry of Health, Republic of Tajikistan, 25-31 July 1994.
  13. Participated in the Mid-Term Review Meeting of the UNDP funded Fifth Country Programme, organized by Ministry of Finance, His Majesty's Government of Nepal, 27 April, 1994, Kathmandu, Nepal.
  14. Participated in the International Consultative Meeting on, "Environment and Sustainable Development in Global Television", held in Kathmandu, 12 April 1994.  The meeting was organized by Worldview Nepal, Kathmandu.
  15. Participated in the Annual Consultative Meeting: CO/CST/HQ, held in Kathmandu, 28-30 March and prepared the background paper, "Analysis of CST's Roles and Functions in 1992/93 and Identification of Measures for Strengthening It", for the above meeting, 1994.
  16. Participated in the Bangladesh Inter-sectoral Population Project meeting (Kathmandu, 15-17 February, 1994), and prepared notes on discussions held during Plenary and Wrap-up Sessions.
  17. "Food Distribution within the Family in Rural Bangladesh", MIT-Boston University South Asia Faculty Seminar Series, May 4, 1983.
  18. "Determinants of Intra-familial Distribution of Food and Nutrient Intake in Rural Bangladesh", International Food Research Institute, Washington, D.C., April 18, 1983.
  19. "Food Situation in Bangladesh - Challenge of the 1980's", Conference on Hunger in the Third World, held at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, April 16, 1983.
  20. "Migration, Mobility and Income Distribution: Some Evidence from Bangladesh", Annual Meeting of Population Association of America, held in Pittsburgh, PA, April 15, 1983.
  21. "Sex Bias in the Family Allocation of Food in Rural Area of Bangladesh", UNICEF Headquarters, New York, January 19, 1983.
  22. "Sex Bias in the Family Allocation of Food in Rural Area of Bangladesh", Bengal Studies Conference, June 18-20, 1982.
  23. "Determinants of Household Allocation of Food and Health in Rural Bangladesh", International Food and Nutrition Program, MIT, Cambridge, April 1982.
  24. "Population Pressure and Agricultural Productivity in Rural Bangladesh", Population Studies Centre and Geography Department, Pennsylvania State University, College Park, March 26, 1982.
  25. "Aging in Bangladesh", Asian Regional Conference on Active Aging, held in Manila, January 24-28, 1982.
  26. "Effects of Population Growth on Changes in Agrarian Structure in Rural Bangladesh", General Conference of the International Union for Scientific Society of Population, held in Manila, 9-16, December 1981.
  27. "Determinants and Consequences of Rural-Urban Migration in Bangladesh", Department of Sociology, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, November 26, 1981.
  28. "Intra-familial Distribution of Food in a Rural Area of Bangladesh", Office of Population Research, Princeton University, 6 November 1981.
  29. "Economic Value of Children in a Peasant Society", Population Training and Research Centre, Brown University, 28 October 1981.
  30. "Labour Absorption in Bangladesh Agriculture: International Population Program and International Agricultural Program", Cornell University, 2 October 1981.
  31. "Farm Size, Tenurial Relationship and Agricultural Productivity in Rural Bangladesh", Centre for Asian Development Studies, Boston University, September 1981.
  32.  "Effects of Population Growth on Agrarian Structure and Productivity in Bangladesh", Harvard Centre for Population Studies, Cambridge, 28 September 1981.
Books
  1. Genderizing the Census, Strategic Approaches to Capturing the Gender Realities of a Population with Meena Acharya, UNFPA, June 2013 
  2. Achieving the Millennium Development Goal on Maternal Mortality in Rural Bangladesh: Lessons Learnt from Gonoshasthya Kendra’s Experience. Gonoprokashani, Dhaka-1344,  Bangladesh, 2007.
  3. Prepared the report based on the proceedings of International Conference on, Best Practices for Scaling up Reproductive Health and Family Planning Programmes and Reducing Maternal Mortality, Islamabad, 20-21 November 2006.
  4. A   monograph on, Engendering Population Census Data (in collaboration with Meena Acharyya),  United Nations Population Fund. 2011 (in press)
  5. Edited a special publication on, Engendering Population Census in South and West Asia: Collected Papers, Kathmandu: UNFPA Country Technical Support Services Team, 2004
  6. Social Aspects of Fertility: With Special Reference to Developing Countries: Vikas Publishing House, Pvt. Ltd. Delhi: India, 1982.
  7. Edited a special volume on, Food Policy and Development Strategy in Bangladesh, Dhaka: Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies, 1981.
  8. Female Status in Bangladesh, Dhaka: Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies, 1980.
  9.  Urbanization in Bangladesh, 1901-1974.  Dhaka: Dhaka University: Center For Urban Studies, 1980
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
  1. Begum, D and Parvin, S. (2019). Incorporating social media into library services: Present scenario at East West University Library. Library Philosophy and Practice, 2746, https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/2746 [ISSN: 1522-0222]
  2. Elahi, M. H., Islam, M. S. & Begum, D. (2018). Perception on the use of mobile phones in retrieving information from academic libraries: A developing country perspective. International Journal of Knowledge Content Development and Technology, 8(1), 37-50. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5865/IJKCT.2018.8.1.037
  3. Elahi, M. H. & Begum, D. (2017). Open trends in Bangladesh for providing information services: Opportunities and challenges. Journal of Knowledge and Communication Management, 7(2), 97-115. DOI: 10.5958/2277-7946.2017.00009.2
  4. Begum, D. (2016). Dynamics of information literacy initiatives in Bangladesh: A study. ISST Journal of Advances In Librarianship, 7(1), 1-6.
  5. Begum, D. (2016). Digital library network: Usage and users in the South Asia. In V. Malhan, T. Kaur, & N. Kaur (Eds.), Transformation of LIS Education, Libraries and Information Services for Knowledge Society (pp. 99-114). New Delhi, India: Ess Ess Publications. [ISBN: 978-81-7000-803-3]
  6. Ahmed, M. U., Begum, D. & Haq, N. (2016). Plagiarism: ‘To do or not to do’ is the real question!. In V. Malhan, T. Kaur, & N. Kaur (Eds.), Transformation of LIS Education, Libraries and Information Services for Knowledge Society (pp. 458-465). New Delhi, India: Ess Ess Publications. [ISBN: 978-81-7000-803-3]
  7. Begum, D. (2016). With the scholar on cloud nine. In V. Malhan, T. Kaur, & N. Kaur (Eds.), Transformation of LIS Education, Libraries and Information Services for Knowledge Society (pp. 691-693). New Delhi, India: Ess Ess Publications. [ISBN: 978-81-7000-803-3]
  8. Begum, D., & Yesmin, S. (2015). Marketing trends of library and information services and products in university libraries: A case study of East West University, Bangladesh. Academic Discourse 4(2), 92-102.
  9. Begum, D. (2015). Media and information literacy: A case study of East West university. In Singh, A. Grizzle, S. J. Yee & S. H. Culver (Eds.), Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue (MILID) Yearbook: Media and Information Literacy for the Sustainable Development Goals (pp. 197-206). Gothenburg, Sweden: The International Clearinghouse on Children, Youth and Media, Nordicom, University of Gothenburg. [ISBN: 978-91-87957-13-0]
  10. Begum, D. and Rose, J. (2015). Digital library network of South Asia. Information Technology in Developing Countries: A newsletter of the International Federation for Information Processing Working Group 9.4 and Centre for Electronic Governance, 25(2), 12-18 [India]
  11. Begum, D. (2013). List of selected literacy resources available in the Bangla language. In F. W. Horton (Ed.), Overview of Information Resources Worldwide (pp. 47-49). Paris, UNESCO. [ISBN: 978-92-3-001131-4] (Contributed as Country Coordinator, Bangladesh.)
  12. Singh, J. and Begum, D. (2012). Education information literacy and lifelong learning: three pillars of national building in the emerging knowledge society.  Bangladesh Journal of Library and Information Science, 2(1), 48-56.
  13. Islam, M.N. & Begum, D. (2010). The internet in context: A substitute or a support to traditional library resources. In S. Kataria, J. P. Anbu K & S. Ram (Eds.), Emerging Technologies and changing dimensions of libraries and information services (pp. 757-761).  New Delhi, India: KBD Publication. [ISBN: 978-81-907999-1-1]
Conferences and Seminars
International
  1. Roknuzzaman, M. & Begum, D. (2020). Green libraries for sustainable environment: Issues and challenges. In Multidisciplinary International Conference on the Social and Life Sciences (p. 9). Dhaka: East West University. 
  2. Begum, D. (2019). Evolving Roles of Libraries and Librarians to meet the 21st Century Challenges. In International Conference on Digital Landscape, Digital Transformation for an Agile Environment (p. 13). New Delhi, India: The Energy and Resources Institute. 
  3. Hossain, T, Begum, D, Elahi, M. H, Sumon, A.R. (2019). Research Data Management (RDM): Demystifying the Notion about Data Librarians. In International Conference on Digital Landscape, Digital Transformation for an Agile Environment (p. 528). New Delhi, India: The Energy and Resources Institute.
  4. Begum, D. & Elahi, M. H. (2019). Road to Meet 21st Century Challenges: A scenario on LIS education in Bangladesh. In IFLA World Library and Information Congress. Athens: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA). Available at: http://library.ifla.org/2567/1/275-begum-en.pdf 
  5. Begum, D. and Elahi, M. H. (2019). A proposed framework for meeting sustainable development goals (SDGs) in Bangladesh: Library and information center (LIC) perspectives. In F. Alam (Ed.), 1st International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management: Next Generation Information and Knowledge Dissemination to realize the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development (p. 30). Savar: Bangladesh Public Administration Training Center (BPATC) and Department of Information Studies and Library Management, East West University.
  6. Haque, M. F., Islam, T. M. F., Islam, M. N., Parvin, S. & Begum, D. (2019). Fake news and its consequences: Challenges towards achieving SDGs. In F. Alam (Ed.), 1st International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management: Next Generation Information and Knowledge Dissemination to realize the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development (p. 138). Savar: Bangladesh Public Administration Training Center (BPATC) and Department of Information Studies and Library Management, East West University. 
  7. Begum, D. (2019). OER in higher education: An effective tool for achieving SDGs. In P. Babbar, D. C. Kar, P. K. Jain & G. Paliwal (Eds.), Rethinking Libraries and Librarianship, Sixth International Conference of Asian Special Libraries (ICoASL) (p. 470). New Delhi, India: Bookwell [ISBN: 9789386578372].
  8. Begum, D. (2019). Menstrual literacy: Raising awareness from girlhood to womanhood". In International Scientific Conference Western Balkan Information and Media Literacy: Freedom, Accuracy and Truth (pp. 25-33). Bihac, Bosnia and Herzegovina: Limerick Institute of Technology [ISBN: 9780954158286].

  9. Ashikuzzaman, A. Hasan, M.N., Hossain, U., Ali, E. & Begum, D. (2018, July 2-4). Avoid plagiarism, promote higher education: Does the situation demand for the social marketing approach at Rajshahi University? [Abstract]. In the 10th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies (p. 5773). Palma Convention Centre, Palma de Mallorca, Spain. DOI:10.21125/edulearn.2018.1392.

  10. Begum, D. (2018, March 25-28). Girlhood to womanhood: Awareness of menstrual literacy. In the third World Literacy Summit. Sheldonian, Oxford University, United Kingdom.

  11. Begum, D. (2018, January 18-19). Building sustainable digital libraries in Bangladesh: Look in the role of East West University Library [Abstract]. In The International Seminar on Digital Humanities and Societies in the contemporary world. Kolkata, India. 
  12. Begum, D., Hossain, T., Elahi, M. H. and Parvin, S. (2018, January 18-19). Public engagement in nation development through open data platform: Bangladesh government initiatives. In International Seminar on Digital Humanities and Digital Societies in the Contemporary World (p.30). Calcutta: Department of Library and Information Science.
  13. Begum, D. (2017, November 28-30). Incorporating Social Media into Library Services: Present Scenario at East West University Library. In 20th National Convention on Knowledge, Library and Information Networking (NACLIN 2017) under the theme “A Digital Universe of Infinite Possibilities for Libraries". New Delhi, India.
  14. Begum,D., Parvin, S. & Hasan, M. N. (2017, June, 06-09). Assessing and evaluating the effectiveness of information literacy program: A study on the newly registered students at East West University (EWU). In D. Halilagić& R. Knežević (Eds.), In International Scientific Conference “Western Balkan Information Literacy”; Generation Z: Fake News and Information Literacy, the New Horizon (pp. 103-115). Bihac, Bosnia and Herzegovina: Limerick Institute of Technology.
  15. Hasan, M. N., Begum, D., Islam, M. A. & Akter, S. (2017, February 15-16). Access to information as a tool for empowering adolescent girls in Bangladesh: A rural perspective. In S. Husain & P. M. N. Ali (Eds.), In Libraries and Institutional Repositories: Recent Trends. International Conference on Knowledge Generation, Discovery and Networking, Aligarh Muslim University (pp. 218-219). New Delhi: Shree Publishers & Distributors.
  16. Begum, D., Hasan, M. N. & Mamun-Or-Rashid, M. (2016, December 13-16). Digital library network of South Asia: A special focus on Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) movement. In S. Ganguli, P K Bhattacharya, P. Roy, P. Shukla & N. Deepa (Eds.), International Conference on Digital Libraries Smart Future; Knowledge Trends that will Change the World; Vol.1n(pp. 161-169), New Delhi, India: TERI.
  17. Begum, D., Hoq, K.M.G., Hasan, M.N. & Mamun-Or-Rashid, M. (2015, August 11-12). Library sponsored knowledge sharing programs in private universities of Bangladesh: A case study of female student’s perception. In Women, Information and Libraries SIG satellite meeting of IFLA. University of South Africa (UNISA) Library, Pretoria, South Africa.
  18. Begum, D. (2015, October 1-13). Digital libraries in South Asian countries-The role of DLNetSA [Online presentation through Skype]. In South Asian Libraries Conference (SALC 2015), Lahore University of Management Sciences, DHA, Lahore, Pakistan.
  19. Begum, D. (2013, November 27-29). Digital library network in South Asia – A model for regional cooperation. In: Proceedings International Conference on Digital Libraries (ICDL). New Delhi, India, [ISBN: 978-81-7993-554-5]
  20. Begum, D. (2013). Information literacy initiative at East West University library. In European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL) Abstracts, Ankara: Hacettepe University Department of Information Management. [ISBN: 978-975-491-359-0]
  21. Hoq, K. M. G., Hasan, N., Akanda, A K M E. A. and Begum, D. (2013, January 23-25). Use of departmental seminar libraries as institutional repositories: A survey on selected public universities in Bangladesh. In 21st International BOBCATSS Conference, Ankara, Turkey. [ISBN: 978-975-491-361-3]
  22. Begum, D. (2012, March 13-14). Developing digital libraries with open source software in Bangladesh. In Seminar on Emerging frontiers in digital libraries: perspectives, empowerment and advocacy. University of Kashmir, Srinagar, India.
  23. Begum, D. (2012, June 24-28). Promoting media and information literacy: A case study of Bangladesh public sector. In International Conference on Media and Information Literacy (MIL) for Knowledge Societies, in Moscow, Russian Federation. Russia: Russian IFAP Committee & UNESCO. Available at http://www.unesco.org/new/fileadmin/MULTIMEDIA/HQ/CI/CI/pdf/In_Focus/Begum_text.pdf)
  24. Begum, D. & Hasan, N. (2011, August 16-17). Information management in the digital era: A study of selected websites and digital librarians. In 7th International Conference of the University Librarians Associations: Contribution of the Academic Librarians towards a knowledge society. Colombo, Sri Lanka.
  25. Begum, D., Rashid, M. O. & Rahman, M. M. (2011, February 15-17). Developing digital library with greenstone digital library software: A case study of East West University. In International Conference on the Convergence of Libraries, Archives and Museums (ICLAM). National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT). New Delhi, India.
  26. Singh, J. & Begum, D. (2011, August 10-15). Awareness and application of health information literacy at Punjabi University, Patiala and East West University, Dhaka: A study students’ perceptions and preferences. In World Library and Information Congress: 6th IFLA General Conference and Assembly. Gothenburg, Sweden.
  27. Begum, D. (2010, January 28-29). Education, information literacy and lifelong learning: Critical success factors. In National Seminar on E-Literati: Information Literacy and the Role of College Libraries in Sustaining Lifelong Learning Skills. Mehdipatnam, Hyderabad, India.
  28. Begum, D. & Kaur, N. (2010, November 17-19). Information literacy for lifelong learning  [Abstract]. In Envisioning Employable LIS Courses in Developing Countries for the Emerging Knowledge Society; Papers of the XXVI National Conference, Indian Association of Teacher of Library and Information Science (IATLIS). Punjabi University, Patiala, India.
  29. Begum, D. (2010). East West University library: A model of automated information services. In: Globalizing academic libraries: Vision 2020. In International conference on Academic Libraries, 05-08 October, Mittal Publications, New Delhi, India. [ISBN: 81-8324-339-8] Available at http://crl.du.ac.in/ical09/papers/index_files/ical-119_213_454_2_RV.pdf)
  30. Salhuddin, G. & Begum, D. (2010, August 02-05). Ensuring accountability through information literacy of public sector administration: The case of Bangladesh public sector. In 5th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 02- 05 August, Cambridge University, UK. (Available at http://ifapcom.ru/files/News/Images/2012/mil/Begum_text.pdf)
  31. Singh, J & Begum, D. (2009, 25-27 November). Balancing the relics and harbingers of LIS courses for the emerging job market. In Envisioning Employable LIS Courses in Developing Countries for the Emerging Knowledge Society; Papers of the XXVI National Conference, Indian Association of Teacher of Library and Information Science (IATLIS). Punjabi University, Patiala, India.
National
  1. Begum, D. (2020, February 10). Role of LIS professionals in achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In International symposium on “Empowering the Library and Information Professionals for Achieving the SDGs”. Dhaka, Bangladesh: Department of Information Science and Library Management, University of Dhaka and the Association of Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) South Asia Chapter.
  2. Begum, D., Hasan, M. N. & Aziz, M. T. (2017, November 05-06). Possibilities and potential areas of joint collaboration between CHWs and HIPs for promoting health information literacy (HIL) in communities of Bangladesh: A study [Abstract]. In International Conference on Managing Changes for Better Public Service Delivery: South and South East Asian Experience (pp. 23-25). Dhaka, Bangladesh: Bangladesh Public Administration Training Center (BPATC).
  3. Elahi, M. H.& Begum, D. (2017, November 05-06). Information literacy and digital literacy skills and competencies: A special reference to public-sector employees of Bangladesh [Abstract]. In International Conference on Managing Changes for Better Public Service Delivery: South and South East Asian Experience (pp. 53-54). Dhaka, Bangladesh: Bangladesh Public Administration Training Center (BPATC).
  4. Begum, D., Rashid, M. O. & Mahamud, R. (2012). Greenstone Digital Library Software: A Case Study of Bangladesh. In: Proceedings of International Seminar on Digital Libraries for Digital Nation (pp. 125-138). Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Other Publications
  1. Begum, D. (2009). Abstract and Abstracting (in Bangla). Training manual on National Academy for Educational Management (NAEM), Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  2. Ahmed, M. U. and Begum, D. (2002). Ranganathan: a wonder of the library and information world (In Bangla). Joti,Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  3. Ahmed, M. U. and Begum, D. (1998). Reading: the other side of the equation (In Bangla). Joti, Institute for Library and Information Management (ILIM), Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  4. Begum, D. (1998). For an AIDS information system. The Daily Star, 1st December, p. 16.
Research Report
  1. Begum, D. (2012). Preliminary results from the international media and information literacy survey (IMILS) of the habits and practices of the university students when undertaking research assignments. UNESCO. (available at http://www.albertkb.nl/mediapool/60/608240/data/IMILS_Final_Report_Rev.pdf) (Contributed as a Country Coordinator).
Poster Publication
  1. Begum, D., Hasan, M.N., Rahman, S. & Islam, A. (2015). Information needs and seeking behavior of the nurses at Rajshahi Medical College Hospital, Bangladesh: An exploratory study from a different theoretical lens. In: Proceedings of The Third European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL), October 19-22, 2015, Abstracts, Estonia: Tallinn University, Information Sciences. [ISBN: 978-9949-29-241-7]
Journal Publication

International Journal and Book Chapters/ Research Monograph :

       

       1. Mannan, F., Banu A. (2020) (in press) Women in Politics: Gender Quota and Women’s Movements in Bangladesh, Rajasthan Journal of Sociology Volume 12, October 2020, India.

  1. Mannan. F. (2019) Breaking the Chain: Dynamics of Intra-Household Relationships & Non -Governmental Organizations in Bangladesh, International Journal of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies, Volume 4 Number 1, DAKAM, Turkey. https://www.dakam.org/archive-ijssis 
  2. Mannan, F. (2018) Are Organizations Accountable? Disconnect Between Gender and Sanitation in Bangladesh , Environment and Urbanization ASIA journal, Volume 9 Issue 1, March 2018, Sage Publication. 
  3. Mannan, F. (2012) Gender-based Violence in Dhaka’s Slums, Book Chapter: The Future of Asian Feminisms: Confronting Fundamentalisms, Conflicts and Neo-Liberalism, Eds., Nursyahbani Katjasungkana and Saskia E. Wieringa, Cambridge Scholars Publishing,12 Back Chapman Street, Newcastle uponTyne, NE6 2XX, UK. p182. https://www.amazon.com/Future-Asian-Feminisms-Fundamentalisms-Neo-liberalism/dp/1443834505
  4. Joshi, D., Fawcett, B., and Mannan, F. (2012) Sanitation for the Urban Poor: Gender Matters, book chapter in Diverting the Flow : Gender Equity and Water in South Asia, edited by Margreet Zwarteveen, Sara Ahmed and Suman Rimal Gautam. – Zubaan, New Delhi. 
  5. Joshi, D., Fawcett B., Mannan F. 2011 Healthhygiene and appropriate sanitation: experiences and perceptions of the urban poor, Environment and Urbanization, April 2011 23: 91-111, doi: 10.1177/0956247811398602, (by) Sage Journal. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0956247811398602 
  6. Holmes, R., Jones N., Mannan F. (2011) Addressing gendered risks and vulnerabilities through social protection: examples of good practice from Bangladesh, Ethiopia and Peru. Gender and Development Journal, Vol 19:2 July 2011, Oxfam, UK. PP 255-270. : Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13552074.2011.592637 
  7.  Mannan, F. 2013 ‘The Times of Hope and Despair’: Gender at the Crossroads of Water and Sanitation in Bangladesh. South Asian Water Studies, Volume 3, Issues 3, February, 2013, (www. sawas journal.org)
  8. Holmes, R., Mannan, F, Dhali, H, Parveen,S. (2010) Gendered Risks, Poverty and Vulnerability in Bangladesh, Case Study of the Challenging the Frontiers of Poverty Reduction Programme (CFPR), Specially Targeted Ultra Poor II (STUP II), Overseas Development Institute (ODI), London, United Kingdom. https://www.odi.org/sites/odi.org.uk/files/odi-assets/publications-opinion-files/6244.pdf
  9. Mannan, F. (2002) Gender and Development: An Analysis of Selected NGO Interventions in Bangladesh and India – Thesis submitted to the Center for the Study of Social Systems (CSSS), Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi in partial fulfillment of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.).


National Journal / working Paper:


  1. Mannan,F., and Banu, A (2017). Livelihood Vulnerability and Elderly Women in Urban Slums, Book Chapter: Gendered Lives, Livelihood and Transformation: The Bangladesh Context,  Eds., Meghna Guhathakurata and Ayesha Banu, University Press Limited (UPL), Dhaka, Bangladesh. http://www.uplbooks.com/book/gendered-lives-livelihood-and-transformation-bangladesh-context
  2. Mannan, F. (2016) NGOs and Women's Empowerment in Bangladesh and India, Empowerment, Vol. 23, December 2016, Women For Women , Dhaka. PP41-60.
  3. Mannan, F. (2011). Mastanocracy, Violence and Gender in Dhaka Slum, Book Chapter: Gender and Militarization in South Asia, University Press Limited (UPL), Dhaka, Bangladesh. http://www.indianbooksonwomen.com/index.php?p=sr&Uc=5727873974735278436Mannan,
  4. Mannan, F. (2010) Mainstreaming Gender in Sanitation: An Analytical Study of Selected Organizations in Bangladesh published by the Department of Women and Gender Studies, University of Dhaka. 32p. (Working Paper 10)
  5. Mannan, F. (2010) Emergence of Women Studies in Bangladesh: A Journey Through History in Ten Years Celebration Memorial Journal. Published by the Department of Women and Gender Studies, University of Dhaka. P28-36.
  6. Mannan, F. (2003) Contributed to a book in Bangla titled “Shikkhakosh” (A Compendium on Education) edited by M. Habibur Rahman. Published by Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), Dhaka, Bangladesh.


Conference & Seminars
  1. Was a Panel Speaker on Religion and Women at The Temple University, Philadelphia, June 13, 2018, USA.
  2. Presented a paper in a public symposium 'Hijab, Religion and Women in Bangladesh', at University of St. Thomas, July 2018, Minnesota, Minneapolis U.S.A.
  3. Attended and presented a paper on 'Breaking the Chain: Dynamics of Intra-Household Relationships and Non-Governmental Organizations in Bangladesh' at the International Conference on Gender and Women Studies'17 organized by Eastern Mediterranean Academic Research Centre, November,10-11, Istanbul, Turkey.
  1. Invited as a Resource Person in the curriculum development training workshop on “Gender inclusive Agriculture Education and Research” from 22-30 September, 2016 in Kalimpong, India.
  2. Attended and presented a paper as a Keynote Speaker at the conference organized by the SaciWATERs on ‘Interdisciplinary in Water Education in South Asia: Challenges, Perspectives and Policy Implications’ from October 3-6, 2010 in Kathmandu, Nepal.
  3. Presented a paper on ‘Mainstreaming Gender in Sanitation: Perspective from a Dhaka Slum’, at Wageningen University, Netherlands, 19th November 2009.
  4. Attended a workshop organized by the Centre for Intercultural Studies, Portugal, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain, University of Tampere, Finland, 25 November, 2009.
  5. Attended the I International Congress of Culture and Gender: Culture in the Body11-13 November 2009, Elche, Alicante, Spain.
  6. Attended the conference of East Mediterranean University, ‘Gender Studies at Crossroad’, 22 -24th April 2009 at Cyprus.
  7. Attended and presented a paper at the Second Conference of the Kartini Asia Network, 2-5 November 2008, Bali, Indonesia.
  8. Attended and presented a paper at the XII National Conference of the Indian Association for Women’s Studies (IAWS), Feminism, Education and Transformation of Knowledges: Processes and Institutions, 7-10 February 2008, Lucknow, India.
  9. Attended a workshop on Feminist Methodology, organized by the Institute of Social Studies (ISS) and Dhaka University, 2008, Bangladesh.
  10. Participated in a Gender Workshop at the University of Dhaka, organized by the Institute of Social Studies (ISS) and Dhaka University, 2007, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  11. Attended a Workshop on Curriculum Development on Interdisciplinary Water Resources Studies, October 14-17, 2006, Hyderabad, India.
  12. Attended a Workshop on Gender and Water Reader for South Asia, October 9-13, 2006, Hyderabad, India.
  13. Attended a workshop on Feminist Methodology, organized by the Institute of Social Studies (ISS) and Dhaka University, 2008, Bangladesh.
  14. Attended and presented a paper at a seminar on Exploring the Sociological Perspective of Poverty, organized by Bangladesh Sociological Society, May 2004, University of Dhaka.
  15. Attended the All India Sociological Conference, December 19-21, 1994, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India.
  16. Attended the National Workshop on Rural Poverty, March 12-13, 1992, Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies (BIDS), Dhaka, Bangladesh.


Academic Work

Taught courses at  East West University:                                                                                           

  • SOC 101 : Introduction to Sociology
  • SOC 102: Introduction to Anthropology
  • SOC 218: Sociology of Gender
  • SOC 207  Early Social Thought
  • Soc 303 : Urban Sociology
  • SOC 208 : Social Stratification and Inequality
  • SOC 320: Social Structure of Bangladesh
  • Soc  311 : Feminist Thought
  • SOC 408: Sociology of Gender Planning and Development
  • SOC 301: Qualitative Research Methodology
  • SOC 401: Classical Sociological Theories
  • SOC 406: Sociology of Development
  • ECO 433: Gender and Development
  • POP 602: Population, Gender and Development
  • GEN 201: Bangladesh Studies


Taught courses at the University of Dhaka   

  • WGS 301           :  Tools of Gender Analysis
  • WGS BSS 401   :   Gender and Development : Conceptual Issues
  • WGS-308           :  Project Management
  • WS-401              :  Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO) and Women’s Empowerment
  • WS-305             :   Women in the Production Processes and the Economy
  • WGS MSS-02   :    Gender and Development : Strategies and debates
  • MSS 06             :   Gender, Poverty and Livelihoods      


Academic and Policy Research

Academic Research

 

        Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, The Netherlands , September 2009.


 

Junior Consultant, “Analysis of Poverty Trends (APT)” project, Bangladesh Institute for Development Studies, Bangladesh (BIDS), June 1993- July 1994.

Research Officer, “Analysis of Poverty Trends (APT)” project, Bangladesh Institute for Development Studies (BIDS), Dhaka, Bangladesh, 1989-1993

Lead Researcher in Bangladesh with the University of Southampton, UK under the "Study on Livelihood-Gender- Sanitation linkages Relating to the Urban Poor", research project conducted in Bangladesh, India  Kand kenya, Supported by DFID, UK.

Lead Researcher with The Overseas Development Institute  (ODI), UK, under the project on 'Gender and Social Protection in Bangladesh', project conducted in Bangladesh, Peru, and Ethiopia ,2009. 

Research Officer, Nari Uddug Kendra (NUK), a National NGO, Dhaka Bangladesh, 2001-2002.


 

 


Policy Research




Consultant (Gender Strategy Paper), in a project 'integrated management of crop-fish-water resources to enhance agricultural production systems towards sustainable food security in Bangladesh', at Bangladesh 

Agricultural University (BAU), funded by CDI, Wageningen, the Netherlands, November 2013.

 

Consultant (Gender Strategy Analysis), in a project titled   "Capacity Development of Higher Education on Integrated Water    Resources Management at CUET", funded by UNESCO-IHE,  Netherlands, June, 2012
















National Consultant (Gender Specialist), Evaluation of the Consolidation  of a National Platform for the Women’s Movement, Doorbar Network Project of Nari Pokkho, Dhaka, 2007.

 Consultant (Gender and Governance), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Dhaka under the “Strengthening Parliamentary Democracy” project, 2006.

Consultant (Gender Specialist), Evaluation of the Reaching Out-of-the-School Children (ROSC) project, Swiss Development Cooperation (SDC), Dhaka, November 2005- January 2006.

Consultant (Gender and Development Specialist) with Action Aid Bangladesh (AAB) to assess Gender concerns/practices in Action Aid Bangladesh as a part to reviewing its Country Strategy Paper CSP II and to help mainstreaming gender issues in the implementation of the Country Strategy 1999-2003, Bangladesh, October to December, 2003.


Publications

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
Journals

1. MMH Khan. Mental health well-being among undergraduate students of East West University: Evidence from a cross-sectional survey. EWU Journal of Business and Social Studies, 2018; 6-7: 100-115. 

2. M Frings, T Lakes, D Müller, MMH Khan, M Epprecht, S Kipruto, S Galea and O Gruebner.  Modeling and mapping the burden of disease in Kenya. Scientific Reports 2018; 8: 9826.

3. O Gruebner, MMH Khan, K Burkart , S Lautenbach , T Lakes , A Krämer , S.V. Subramanian, Sandro Galea. Spatial variations and determinants of infant and under-five mortality in Bangladesh. Health and Place 2017; 47: 156–164.

4. M Nasrullah, S Muazzam, F Khosa, MMH Khan. Child marriage and women's attitude towards wife beating in a nationally representative sample of currently married adolescent and young women in Pakistan. International Health 2017; 9(1): 20-28.

5. MRK Chowdhury, MS Rahman, MMH Khan. Levels and determinants of complementary feeding based on meal frequency among children of 6 to 23 months in Bangladesh. BMC Public Health 2016; 16: 944.

6. Janet J Chu, HJ Jahn, MMH Khan, A Kraemer. Alcohol consumption among university students: a Sino-German comparison demonstrates a much lower consumption of alcohol in Chinese students. Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition 2016; 35:25

7. U Haque, JD Ball, W Zhang, MMH Khan, JA Trevino C. Clinical and spatial features of Zika virus in Mexico. Acta Tropica 2016; 162: 5–10.

8. Janet J Chu, MMH Khan, HJ Jahn, A Kraemer. Sense of coherence and associated factors among university students in China: cross-sectional evidence. BMC Public Health 2016:16:336.

9. D Beier, P Brzoska, MMH Khan. Indirect consequences of extreme weather and climate events and their associations with physical health in coastal Bangladesh: a cross-sectional study. Global Health Action, 2015; 8: 29016.

10. MRK Chowdhury, MS Rahman, MMH Khan, MNI Mondal, MM Rahman, B Billah. Risk factors of child malnutrition in Bangladesh: A multilevel analysis of a nationwide population-based survey. Journal of Pediatrics 2016; 172:194 – 201.

11. MRK Chowdhury, MMH Khan, MR Islam, NKP Perera, MK Shumack, M Kader. Low maternal education and socio-economic status were associated with household insecurity in children under five with Diarrhoea in Bangladesh. Acta Paediatrica 2016; 105: 555 – 561.

12. F Fischer, A M Steinmann, A Kraemer, MMH Khan. Gastric symptoms and its determinants: A Household Level Analysis in Urban Slums of Dhaka and Adjacent Rural Areas. International Journal of Health Sciences and Research, 2015; 5(1): 458-471.

13. O Gruebner, S Lautenbach, MMH Khan, S Kipruto, M Epprecht, S Galea. Place of residence moderates the risk of infant death in Kenya: Evidence from the most recent census 2009. PloS One 2015; 10(10): e0139545.

14. Janet J Chu, MMH Khan, HJ Jahn, A Kraemer. Only-child status in relation to perceived stress and studying-related life satisfaction among university students in China: a comparison with international students. PLoS One 2015;10(12): e0144947.

15. Janet J Chu, MMH Khan, HJ Jahn, A Kraemer. Comparison of subjective health complaints between Chinese and German university students: A cross-sectional study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2015; 12: 15794-15806.

16. O Gruebner, S Lautenbach, MMH Khan, S Kipruto, M Epprecht, S Galea. Place of residence moderates the risk of infant death in Kenya: Evidence from the most recent census 2009. PloS One 2015; 10(10): e0139545.

17. F Fischer, M Minnwegen, U Kaneider, A Kraemer, MMH Khan. Prevalence and determinants of second-hand smoke exposure among women in Bangladesh, 2011. Nicotine & Tobacco Research 2015; 17(1): 58-65.

18. IL Jiun, SN Siddik, SN Malik, MM Tin-Oo, MK Alam, MMH Khan. Association between oral hygiene status and halitosis among smokers and nonsmokers. Oral Health & Preventive Dentistry,2015; 13(5):395-405.

19. MMH Khan, JK Brinkel. Arsenicosis Disease and self-reported mental health problems: evidence from a case-control study in Bangladesh. Global Journal of Quantitative Science 2015; 2(1): 1-6.

20. MA Kabir, KL Goh, MMH Khan. Adolescent tobacco use and its determinants: evidence from Global Youth Tobacco Survey, Bangladesh 2007. Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health 2015; 27(2): NP1578-90.

21. MA Kabir, KL Goh, MMH Khan, AQ Al-Amin, MN Azam. Safe-delivery practices: Experience from cross-sectional data of Bangladeshi women. Asian-Pacific Journal of Public Health, 2015; 27(2): NP1170-81.

22. MMH Khan, O Gruebner, A Kraemer. The geography of diabetes among the general adults aged 35 years and older in Bangladesh: Recent evidence from a cross-sectional survey. PLoS ONE 2014; 9(10): e110756.

23. K Burkart, MMH Khan, A Schneider, S Breitner, M Langner, A Kraemer, W Endlicher. The effects of season and meteorology on human mortality in tropical climates: a systematic review. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 2014; 108(7): 393-401.

24. O Gruebner, J Sachs, A Nockert, M Frings, MMH Khan, T Lakes, P Hostert. Mapping the slums of Dhaka from 2006 to 2010. Dataset Papers in Science 2014 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/172182).

25. MMH Khan, A Kraemer. Are rural-urban migrants living in slums more vulnerable in terms of housing, health knowledge, smoking, mental and general health? International Journal of Social Welfare 2014; 23: 373-383.

26. MMH Khan, A Zanuzdana, K Burkart, A Kraemer. Determinants of diarrhoea in urban slums of Dhaka and adjacent rural areas: a household level analysis. Population, Space and Place 2014; 20: 498-511.

27. MMH Khan, O Gruebner and A Kraemer. Is area affected by flood or stagnant water associated with poorer health outcomes in urban slums of Dhaka and adjacent rural areas? Natural Hazards 2014; 70: 549-565.

28. K Burkart, MMH Khan, A Kraemer, A Schneider, S Breitner, W Endlicher. An analysis of heat effects in different subpopulations of Bangladesh. International Journal of Biometeorology 2014; 58: 227-237.

29. MMH Khan, A Kraemer. Role of woman’s education and wealth index to minimize slum versus non-slum disparities in socio-demographic and health-related indicators in Bangladesh. Global Journal of Quantitative Science 2014; 1(2):1-12.

30. MMH Khan, Arina Zanuzdana, A Kraemer. Levels, trends and disparities of public health-related indicators among reproductive aged women in Bangladesh by urban-rural and richest-poorest groups, 1993-2011. PLoS ONE 2013; 8(9): e75261.

31. MMH Khan, A Khan, M Nojima, S Suzuki, Y Fujino, S Tokudome, K Tamakoshi, M Mori, A Tamakoshi. Ovarian cancer mortality among women aged 40-79 years in relation to reproductive factors and body mass index: latest evidence from the Japan Collaborative Cohort (JACC) Study. Journal of Gynecologic Oncology 2013; 24(3):249-257.

32. A Zanuzdana, MMH Khan, JK Brinkel, A Kraemer. Factors associated with high prevalence of cough, cold and fever among urban slum dwellers in Dhaka, Bangladesh. South East Asia Journal of Public Health 2013; 3(2): 59-66.

33. M Islam, M Alam, M Tariquzaman, M A Kabir, R Pervin, M Begum, MMH Khan. Predictors of the number of under-five malnourished children in Bangladesh: application of the Generalized Poisson Regression Model. BMC Public Health 2013; 13:11.

34. MA Kabir, SM Mostafa Kamal, KL Goh, MMH Khan.  Tobacco smoking and its association with illicit drug use among young men of 15-24 years living in urban slums of Bangladesh. PLoS ONE 2013; 8(7): e68728.

35. MA Kabir, KL Goh, MMH Khan.  A cross-country comparison of tobacco consumption among youths from selected South-Asian countries. BMC Public Health 2013; 13:379.

36. MA Kabir, KL Goh, MN Azam, MMH Khan. Tobacco consumption and illegal drug use among Bangladeshi males: Association and determinants. American Journal of Men's Health, 2013: 7(2): 128-137.

37. MMH Khan, O Gruebner, A Kraemer. Utilisation and satisfaction of major healthcare services among slum dwellers: a cross-sectional case study in the megacity of Dhaka. Internationales Asienforum 2012; 43(1-2): 61-79.

38. A Zanuzdana, MMH Khan, A Kraemer. Housing satisfaction related to health and importance of services in urban slums: Evidence from Dhaka, Bangladesh. Social Indicators Research 2013; 112: 163-185.

39. D Rapp, B Zoch, MMH Khan, T Pollmann, A Kraemer. Association between gap in spousal education and domestic violence in India and Bangladesh. BMC Public Health 2012; 12: 467.

40. MMH Khan, O Gruebner, A Kraemer. Frequently used healthcare services in urban slums of Dhaka and adjacent rural areas and their determinants. Journal of Public Health, 2012 34(2): 261-71.

41. O Gruebner, MMH Khan, S Lautenbach, D Mueller, A Kraemer, T Lakes, P Hostert. Mental health in the slums of Dhaka- a geoepidemiological study. BMC Public Health 2012, 12: 177.

42. MMH Khan. Urban health in megacities of developing countries. Public Health Forum 2012; 20(2): 29.e1-29.e3.

43. MMH Khan, A Kraemer, A Khandoker, L Pruefer-Kraemer, A Islam. Trends in sociodemographic and health-related indicators in Bangladesh, 1993-2007: will inequities persist? Bull World Health Organ 2011; 89(8): 583–592.

44. A Khandoker, MMH Khan, A Kraemer, M Mori. Self-reported mental health of arsenicosis patients and its association with patients’ perceptions and satisfactions of arsenicosis-related issues: evidence from an arsenic-affected area of Bangladesh. Asia-Pacific Psychiatry 2011; 3: 212-218.

45. K Burkart, A Schneider, S Breitner, MMH Khan, A Kraemer, W Endlicher. The effect of atmospheric thermal conditions and urban thermal pollution on all-cause and cardiovascular mortality in Bangladesh. Environmental Pollution 2011; 159 (8-9): 2035-2043.

46. K Burkart, W Endlicher, MMH Khan, A Kraemer, S Breitner, A Schneider. Seasonal variations of all-cause and cause-specific mortality by age, gender, and socioeconomic condition in urban and rural areas of Bangladesh. International Journal for Equity in Health 2011; 10: 32.

47. O Gruebner, MMH Khan, S Lautenbach, D Mueller, A Kraemer, T Lakes, P Hostert. A spatial epidemiological analysis of self-rated mental health in slums of Dhaka. International Journal of Health Geographics 2011, 10: 36.

48. A Khandoker, MMH Khan, A Kraemer, M Mori. Knowledge about TB transmission among ever-married women in Bangladesh. International Journal for Tuberculosis and Lung Disease 2011, 15(3): 379-384.

49. A Kraemer, MMH Khan, R Thier, J Woelk, S Nicolaus, L Pruefer-Kraemer. Increased perceived stress and high subjective workplace strain Results obtained with an internet based instrument for individual health consultation and health monitoring at the workplace (German). Arbeitsmed Sozialmed Umweltmed 2011, 46:25-33

50. MMH Khan, MA Kabir, A Khandokersa, M Kabir. Inequalities in fertility and mortality related indicators among ever married women in Bangladesh. Journal of Statistical Studies 2011; 30: 15-26.

51. O Gruebner, R Staffeld, MMH Khan, K Burkart, A Kraemer, P Hostert. Urban health in megacities: extending the framework for developing countries. IHDP Update (Magazine of the International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change); 2011, Issue 1:42-49.

52. MMH Khan, A Kraemer. Factors associated with underweight, overweight and obesity among ever married non-pregnant urban women in Bangladesh. Singapore Medical Journal 2009; 50: 804-813.

53. MMH Khan, A Khandoker, A Kraemer, M Mori. Prevalence and correlates of smoking among urban adult men in Bangladesh: slum versus non-slum comparison. BMC Public Health 2009; 9: 149.

54. A Khandoker, MMH Khan, Manas Akmatov, A Kraemer, M Mori. TV watching among men and its association with awareness on public health issues, Bangladesh. The Journal of Family Welfare 2009; 55(1): 52-61.

55. MMH Khan, O Gruebner, A Kraemer. Comparison of health-related outcomes between urban slums, urban affluent and rural areas in and around Dhaka Megacity, Bangladesh. Die ERDE 2009; 140(1): 69-87.

56. J Brinkel, MMH Khan, A Kraemer. A systematic review of arsenic exposure and its social and mental health effects with special reference to Bangladesh. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2009; 6: 1609-1621.

57. MMH Khan, MA Matin. Aging and health of the elderly in rural Bangladesh. The Journal of Family Welfare 2008; 54(1): 92-99.

58. MMH Khan, A Kraemer. Socio-economic factors explain differences in public health-related variables among women in Bangladesh: a cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health 2008; 8: 254.

59. K Burkart, O Gruebner, MMH Khan, R Staffeld. Megacity Dhaka-Informal Settlements, Urban Environment and Public Health. Geographische Rundschau 2008; 4(1): 4-11.

60. MK Akmatov, RT Mikolajczyk, S Labeeb, E Dhaher, MMH Khan. Factors associated with wife beating in Egypt: analysis of two surveys (1995 and 2005). BMC Women’s Health 2008; 8: 15.

61. MMH Khan, A Khandoker, M Kabir, M Mori. Determinants of drinking arsenic contaminated tubewell water in Bangladesh: evidence from a recent national survey. Health Policy and Planning 2007; 22: 335-343.

62. F Sakauchi, MMH Khan, M Mori, T Kubo, Y Fujino, S Suzuki, S Tokudome, A Tamakoshi. Dietary habits and risk of ovarian cancer in a large-scale cohort study (JACC Study) in Japan. Nutrition and Cancer 2007; 57 (2): 138-145.

63. A Khandoker, MMH Khan, M Kabir, M Mori. Prevalence and correlates of domestic violence by husband against wives in Bangladesh: evidence from a national survey. Journal of Men’s Health and Gender 2007; 4:52-63.

64. M Washio, M Mori, MMH Khan, F Sakauchi, Y Watanabe, K Ozasa, K Hayashi, T Miki, M Nakao, K Mikami, Y Ito, T Kubo, K Wakai, A Tamakoshi. Diabetes mellitus and kidney cancer risk: the result of JACC study. International Journal of Urology 2007; 14:393-397.

65. MMH Khan, A Khandoker, MA Kabir, M Kabir, M Mori. Tobacco consumption and its association with illicit drug uses among men in Bangladesh. Addiction 2006; 101: 1178-1186.

66. MMH Khan, A Khandoker, N Ahsan, M Kabir, M Mori. Case-control study of arsenicosis in some arsenic contaminated villages of Bangladesh. Sapporo Medical Journal 2006; 75: 51-61.

67. MMH Khan, M Kabir, M Mori. Factors influencing the occurrence of unwanted pregnancies in Bangladesh: Evidence from Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey (BDHS) 1999-2000. The Journal of Family Welfare 2006; 52(1): 23-34.

68. MMH Khan, M Mori, F Sakauchi, K Matsuo, K Ozasa, A Tamakoshi. Risk factors for multiple myeloma: evidence from the Japan Collaborative Cohort (JACC) Study. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention 2006; 7: 575-581.

69. A Khandoker, M Mori, MMH Khan, F Sakauchi, T Kubo, Y Fujino, S Suzuki, S Tokudome, A Tamakoshi. Effectiveness of cervical cancer screening over cervical cancer mortality among Japanese women. Japanese Journal of Clinical Oncology 2006; 36:511-518.

70. MMH Khan, M Mori, F Sakauchi, A Khandoker,T Kubo, Y Fujino, S Suzuki, S Tokudome, A Tamakoshi. Risk of endometrial cancer mortality by eve- use of sex hormones and other factors in Japan. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention 2006; 7 (2): 260-266.

71. MMH Khan, S Saito, S Takagi, H Ohnishi, H Izumi, F Sakauchi, M Washio, T Sonoda, Y Nagata, S Asakura, K Kobayashi, M Mori, K Shimamoto. Relationship between hepatocellular carcinoma and impaired glucose tolerance among Japanese. Hepato-Gastroenterology 2006, 53:-738.

72. MMH Khan, K Kobayashi, K Kitao, G Okano, H Izumi, M Mori. Use of Medicine and alcohol to enhance sleep among Japanese adult and elderly living in Sapporo city, Hokkaido. Sleep and Biological Rhythms 2006; 4 (2):111-120.

73. MMH Khan, S Wolter, M Mori. Post-training quality of syndromic management of sexually transmitted infections by chemists and druggists in Pokhara, Nepal: is it satisfactory? International Journal for Quality in Health Care 2006; 18: 66-72.

74. MMH Khan, M Kabir, M Mori. Unintended pregnancy in Bangladesh.  World Health and Population, 2006.

75. MMH Khan, M Mori, Y Fujino, A Shibata, F Sakauchi, M Washio, A Tamakoshi. Site-specific cancer risk due to diabetes mellitus history: evidence from the Japan Collaborative Cohort (JACC) Study. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention 2006; 7 (2): 253-259.

76. A Khandoker, MMH Khan, MN Ahsan, MFE Chowdhury, M Kabir, M Mori. Association between decision making autonomy and knowledge of HIV/AIDS prevention among women in Bangladesh. Journal of Medical Science 2006; 6: 155-163.

77. MK Hossain, MMH Khan, MA Alam, AK Chowdhury, MD Hossain, MF Ahmed, K  Kobayashi, F Sakauchi, M Mori. Manifestation of arsenicosis patients and factors determining the duration of arsenic symptoms in Bangladesh. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology 2005; 208:78-86.

78. MMH Khan, MK Hossain, K Kobayashi, F Sakauchi, T Yamashita,  MF Ahmed, MD Hossain, Q Quamruzzaman, M Mori. Levels of blood and urine chemicals associated with longer duration of having arsenicosis in Bangladesh. International Journal of Environmental Health Research 2005; 15: 289-301.

79. MMH Khan, M Kabir, M Mori. Do various sources disseminating AIDS information make significant difference to antenatal care in Bangladesh? Journal of Health and Population in Developing Countries (USA), 2005.

80. R Jahan, M Kabir, MMH Khan. Opinions of the participants of the key informant discussions about the health care services in rural Bangladesh: a case study of Savar Thana. Chiang Mai University (CMU) Journal 2005; 4: 345-354.

81. MA Kabir, MMH Khan, M Kabir, MM Rahman, MFK Patwary. Impact of women’s status on fertility and contraceptive use in Bangladesh: evidence from Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey, 1999-2000. Journal of Family Welfare 2005; 51:1-10.

82. MMH Khan, R Goto, K Kobayashi, S Suzumura, Y Nagata, T Sonoda, F Sakauchi, M Washio, M Mori. Dietary habits and cancer mortality among middle aged and older Japanese living in Hokkaido, Japan by cancer sites and sex. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention 2004; 5:67-74.

83. MMH Khan, R Goto, T Sonoda, F Sakauchi, M Washio, K Kobayashi, M Mori. Impact of health education and screening over all-cause mortality in Japan: evidence from a cohort study during 1984-2002. Preventive Medicine 2004; 38: 786-792.

84. MMH Khan, M Mori. Grouping health and related indicators in Japan: similarities between hierarchical cluster analysis and principal component analysis. Sapporo Medical Journal 2004; 73:39-50.

85. MK Hossain, MMH Khan, MN Islam. Men’s attitudes and their participation in family planning program: a micro level study in Bangladesh. Proceedings of Pakistan Academy of Science 2004; 41:95-101.

86. MMH Khan, M Kabir, M Mori. Impact of various sources of AIDS information among ever married men and women in Bangladesh. Journal of Health and Population in Developing Countries (USA), 2004.

87. R Jahan, M Kabir, MMH Khan, MNA Bhuiyan, M Ferdows. Factors influencing type of health services and duration of suffering from diseases in rural Bangladesh: a case study. Chiang Mai University (CMU) Journal 2004; 3:253-258.

88. MMH Khan, A. Kabir, MA Matin. Factors affecting STIs among married men in Bangladesh. Journal of Family Welfare 2003; 49:38-44.

89. MMM Khan, F Sakauchi, T Sonoda, M Washio, M Mori. Magnitude of arsenic toxicity in tube-well drinking water in Bangladesh and its adverse effects on human health including cancer:  evidence from a review of the literature. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention 2003; 4:7-14.

90. KP Bista, P Chaudhary, TE Slanger, MMH Khan. The practice of STI treatment among chemists and druggists in Pokhara, Nepal. Sexually Transmitted Infections 2002; 78: 223.

91. MMH Khan, M Kabir, MK Hossain. The incorrect use of pill and its implication on the program performance. Proceedings of the 20th Bangladesh Science Conference (part-2). Bangladesh Association for the Advancement of Science. Dhaka: 1998: 277-286.

92. M. Kabir, MMH Khan, MK Hossain.  Urban population growth in Bangladesh and its implications on urban poverty. Proceedings of the 20th Bangladesh Science Conference (part-2). Bangladesh Association for the Advancement of Science. Dhaka: 1998; 155-165.

93. MK Hossain, MMH Khan. The Influence of modernity and mobility on contraceptive use in rural Bangladesh. Jahangirnagar University Journal of Science 1997; 21:167-180.

94. MMH Khan, M Kabir. Estimation of infant and child mortality in Bangladesh by indirect techniques. Jahangirnagar University Journal of Science 1997; 21:181-197.

95. MMH Khan, ME Haque, AR Ahmed.  Land use pattern in Bangladesh: An inter-zone comparison. Bangladesh Journal of Extension Education 1997; 9:181-183.

96. MMH Khan, M Kabir. Differentials in infant mortality in Bangladesh by some background characteristics: a life table approach. Journal of Family Welfare 1997; 43:62-70.

97. MA Rahman, AR Sarker, MMH Khan, MA Wahid. The influence of seasonal variations on the economic traits of egg type layers and broilers under Bangladesh condition. Bangladesh Journal of Animal Science, 1996; 25:27-31.

98. MMH Khan, M Kabir. Factors affecting child mortality in Bangladesh: evidence from rural Bangladesh. Journal of Statistical Studies 1995; 15:29-40.

Book and book chapters

99. A. Kraemer, MMH Khan, and F. Kraas. Health in Megacities and Urban Areas (Edited book). Heidelberg, Springer 2011.

100. O Gruebner, MMH Khan, P Hostert. Socio-ecological neighborhood factors and mental well-being. F Krass, K Hackenbroch, H Sterly  et al (Edited book)). Megacities Megachallenge: Informal Dynamics of Global Change. Borntraeger Science Publishers, Stuttgart 2019: 127-129.   

101. T Bork-Hueffer, H Jahn and MMH Khan. Access to health care. F Krass, K Hackenbroch, H Sterly  et al (Edited book)). Megacities Megachallenge: Informal Dynamics of Global Change. Borntraeger Science Publishers, Stuttgart 2019: 136-139.   

102. O Gruebner, MMH Khan, S. Lautenbach, D. Mueller, A. Kraemer, T. Lakes, P. Hostert, S. Galea. The spatial epidemiology of mental well-being in Dhaka’s slums. In: Spatial Analysis in Health Geography.  USA, Ashgate Publishing Company 2015: 139-160.

103. MMH Khan, T Woermann. Klimawandel, Überschwemmungen, Gesundheitskonsequenzen und Bewältigungsstrategien: Der Fall Bangladesch. Jahn HJ, Kraemer A, Wörmann T (eds): Klimawandel und Gesundheit: Internationale, Nationale und regionale Herausforderungen und Antworten. Heidelberg, Springer 2013: 63-84.

104. MMH Khan. Drinking water and solid waste in Dhaka: What are their major sources and how satisfied are slum dwellers with their management? In: J Schneider, I Kasperek, and A Knab, eds. Future Megacities in Balance. Bonn, DAAD 2011; Band 66: 105-111.

105. MMH Khan, A Kraemer, L Pruefer-Kraemer. Climate change and infectious diseases in megacities of the Indian subcontinent. In: A. Kraemer, MMH Khan, and F. Kraas, eds. Health in Megacities and Urban Areas. Heidelberg, Springer 2011: 137-154.

106. O Gruebner, MMH Khan, P Hostert. Spatial epidemiological applications in public health research – examples from the megacity of Dhaka. In: A. Kraemer, MMH Khan, and F. Kraas, eds. Health in Megacities and Urban Areas. Heidelberg, Springer 2011: 245-264.

107. HJ Jahn, MMH Khan, A Kraemer. Megaurbanisation and public health research – theoretical dimensions. In: A. Kraemer, MMH Khan, and F. Kraas, eds. Health in Megacities and Urban Areas. Heidelberg, Springer 2011: 39-52.

108. A Kraemer, MMH Khan, HJ Jahn. Public health in megacities and urban areas: a conceptual framework. In: A. Kraemer, MMH Khan, and F. Kraas, eds. Health in Megacities and Urban Areas. Heidelberg, Springer 2011: 3-20.

109. MMH Khan, A Zanuzdana. Urban health research: study designs and potential challenges. In: A. Kraemer, MMH Khan, and F. Kraas, eds. Health in Megacities and Urban Areas. Heidelberg, Springer 2011: 53-71.

110. M Mori, A Oura, E Shang, F Sakauchi, H Ohnishi, A Khandoker, MMH Khan, A Kraemer. Intervention program for promoting physical activities in the citizens of Sapporo City, Japan. In: A. Kraemer, MMH Khan, and F. Kraas, eds. Health in Megacities and Urban Areas. Heidelberg, Springer 2011: 75-87.

111. A Kraemer, MMH Khan. Global Challenges for Infectious Disease Epidemiology. In: A. Kraemer, M. Kretzschmar, and K. Krickeberg, eds. Modern Infectious Disease Epidemiology. Berlin, Springer 2010: 23-38.

112. MMH Khan, HJ Jahn, A Kraemer. Poor health outcomes including the burden of self-reported diarrhoea among adults living in the slums of Dhaka megacity with respect to water and water related variables. Mitt. Ing. U. Hydrogeol. 2009; 99:119-130.

113. MMH Khan, A Kraemer, M Mori. Drinking water crisis due to arsenic contamination in Bangladesh: public health consequences, mitigation strategies and sustainability. In: Final Document. Thematic weeks- Water Tribune. Zaragoza, Expo Zaragoza 2008: 41-50.

114. MMH Khan, M. Kabir, M Mori. Factors associated with high morbidity among the elderly people: evidence from a cross-sectional survey in Bangladesh. In: MA Sattar, S Abedin, CA Hossain, SL Rahman, D Afrose, and MM Islam, eds. The Elderly-Emerging Issues. Dhaka, The Bangladesh Association of Gerontology 2005: 1-30.

115. MMH Khan, M Kabir. Aging in Bangladesh and factors affecting health of elderly: a cross-sectional study in rural areas. In: MA Sattar, M Kabir, H Kabir, KM Elahi, and S Abedin, eds. The Elderly-Contemporary Issues. Dhaka, The Bangladesh Association of Gerontology 2003: 181-194.

Conference abstracts in journals

116. MMH Khan, A Khandoker, A Kraemer. Changes in socio-demographic and health-related indicators among ever married women of reproductive age in Bangladesh: focus on urban versus rural disparities. The 3rd European Public Health Conference, November 10-13, 2010, Amsterdam, Netherlands (oral). European Journal of Public Health 2010; 20(Sup 1): 18.

117. R Zakar, R Mikolajczyk, A Kraemer, MMH Khan. Spousal violence against women in Pakistan: implications for women’s health. The Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 21-25 September, 2010, Berlin, Germany (oral). Gesundheitswesen, 72: 527.

118. A Zanuzdana, MMH Khan, A Kraemer. Socioeconomic inequalities persist in utilisation of health services in urban slum and rural areas in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 21-25 September, 2010, Berlin, Germany (oral). Gesundheitswesen, 72: 528.

119. D Penner, F Alaze, E Berens, A Ruhe, L Wolf, MMH Khan, A Kraemer. Associations between environmental factors, living conditions and mental health in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 21-25 September, 2010, Berlin, Germany (oral). Gesundheitswesen, 72: 564.

120. C Gradel, C Bürmann, Steckling N, Zanuzdana A, MMH Khan, A Kraemer. Socio-demographic determinants of musculoskeletal pain incidence among slum and rural dwellers living in and around Dhaka, Bangladesh: a survival analysis. The Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 21-25 September, 2010, Berlin, Germany (oral). Gesundheitswesen, 72: 598.

121. MMH Khan, A Kraemer. Environmental health knowledge, healthy lifestyles and better environmental living conditions among slum people in Dhaka. The Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 21-25 September, 2010, Berlin, Germany (poster). Gesundheitswesen, 72: 622-623.

122. A Zanuzdana, MMH Khan, A Kraemer. Atypical epidemic of influenza and acute respiratory illness (ARI) in Ukraine in 2009/2010. The Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 21-25 September, 2010, Berlin, Germany (poster). Gesundheitswesen, 72: 623.

123. A Khandoker, MMH Khan, A Kraemer, M Mori. Social consequences of arsenicosis and mental health of arsenicosis patients: evidence from an arsenic-affected area of Bangladesh. The Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 21-25 September, 2010, Berlin, Germany (poster). Gesundheitswesen, 72: 629.

124. MMH Khan, A Khandoker, A Kraemer, M Mori. Levels, trends, and disparities of demographic and health indicators by poorest versus richest groups of population in Bangladesh. The Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 21-25 September, 2010, Berlin, Germany (poster). Gesundheitswesen, 72: 638.

125. J Warich, M Anders, S Scheunert, A Engemann, A Zanuzdana, MMH Khan, A Kraemer. Changing food patterns in developing countries: income is related to body mass index (BMI) and nutritional status among the urban and rural population of Dhaka, Bangladesh. The Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 21-25 September, 2010, Berlin, Germany (poster). Gesundheitswesen, 72: 656.

126. K Reiss, S Kreimeier, A Roehren, D Bültemeier, M Knittel, A Zanuzdana, MMH Khan, A Kraemer. Cigarette smoking prevalence in Dhaka (Bangladesh). The Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 21-25 September, 2010, Berlin, Germany (poster). The Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 21-25 September, 2010, Berlin, Germany (poster). Gesundheitswesen, 72: 680.

127. MMH Khan, A Khandokernessa, M Kabir, N Ahsan, M Mori. Comparison between arsenicosis cases and controls in an arsenic contaminated areas of Bangladesh: hepatic condition and other health problems. The 17th annual scientific meeting of the Japan Epidemiological Association, January 26-27, 2007, Hiroshima, Japan. Journal of Epidemiology 2006; 17 (Suppl):71.

128. A Khandoker, MMH Khan, M Kabir, M Mori. Correlates of Domestic Violence by Husbands against Wives in Bangladesh: Evidence from Recent National Survey. The 17th annual scientific meeting of the Japan Epidemiological Association, January 26-27, 2007, Hiroshima, Japan. Journal of Epidemiology 2006; 17 (Suppl):184.

129. MMH Khan, M Mori, F Sakauchi, A Khandoker, T Kubo, Y Fujino, S Suzuki, S Tokudome, A Tamakoshi. Risk of endometrial cancer mortality by dietary habits and some other factors in Japan. The 16th annual scientific meeting of the Japan Epidemiological Association, January 23-24, 2006, Nagoya, Japan. Journal of Epidemiology 2006; 16:130.

130. A Khandoker, M Mori, MMH Khan, F Sakauchi, T Kubo, Y Fujino, S Suzuki, S Tokudome, A Tamakoshi. Association of cervical cancer screening and other factors with cervical cancer mortality in Japan. The 16th annual scientific meeting of the Japan Epidemiological Association, January 23-24, 2006, Nagoya, Japan. Journal of Epidemiology 2006; 16:71.

131. MMH Khan, MK Hossain, K Kobayashi, F Sakauchi, MF Ahmed, MD Hossain, M Mori. Association of blood and urine related measurements with longer duration of having arsenicosis symptoms among arsenicosis patients in Bangladesh. The 15th annual scientific meeting of the Japan Epidemiological Association, January 21-22, 2005, Shiga, Japan. Journal of Epidemiology 2005:15:229.

132. MMH Khan, R Gotoh, T Sonoda, F Sakauchi, M Washio, K Kobayashi, A Oura, E Shang, M Mori. Impact of health education and screening over all-cause mortality in Japan: evidence from a cohort study during 1984-2002. The 14th annual scientific meeting of the Japan Epidemiological Association, January 22-23, 2004, Yamagata, Japan. Journal of Epidemiology 2004; 14:204.

133. MMH Khan, R Gotoh, T Sonoda, F Sakauchi, M Washio, M Mori. Cancer mortality in relation to smoking and other behavioral factors: 17 years observation by a cohort study in Hokkaido, Japan. Proceedings of the 62th annual meeting of the Japanese Cancer Association, September 25-27, 2003, Nagoya, Japan. Cancer Science 2003; 94(Suppl): 463.

Conference/Symposium papers

1. MMH Khan. Smoking epidemiology in Bangladesh: Control Policy and Measures. Presented in a Symposium organized by Hokkaido Chitose College of Rehabilitation. August 24, 2019, Sapporo, Japan.

2. MMH Khan. Dhaka megacity: What Public Health Evidence Says? A Symposium on "Global health - Hot topics for the future", October 20, 2017, Bielefeld, Germany.

3. MMH Khan, P Brzoska, A Kraemer. Prevalence and determinants of mental disorders among internal migrants living in Dhaka megacity: evidence from an urban community survey. The 10th Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, September 30 to October 02, 2015, Potsdam, Germany (oral), p. 83-84.

4. MMH Khan, O Gruebner and A Krämer. A housing and infrastructure-related informality index is strongly associated with health outcomes among slum dwellers in Dhaka. The 10th Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, September 30 to October 02, 2015, Potsdam, Germany (poster), p. 244-245.

5. JJ Chu, MMH Khan, HJ Jahn, A Krämer. Health complain comparison between Chinese and German university students. The 10th Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, September 30 to October 02, 2015, Potsdam, Germany (poster), p. 251-52.

6. O Gruebner, MMH Khan, K Burkart, S Lautenbach, A Kraemer, S Galea. Spatial variations and determinants of infant and under-five mortality in Bangladesh: secondary analyses of district level data. The 10th Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, September 30 to October 02, 2015, Potsdam, Germany (oral), p. 55.

7. F Erdsiek, K Alves, L-M Mohwinkel, A Kraemer, MMH Khan. Determinants of hypertension among the general adult population of Bangladesh. The 9th Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 17-20 September, 2014, Ulm, Germany (oral), p. 68.

8. D Beier, C Prediger, A Kraemer, MMH Khan. Risk factors and occurrence of cardiovascular diseases in urban slums of Dhaka and adjacent rural areas – A household-level analysis. The 9th Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 17-20 September, 2014, Ulm, Germany (poster), p. 222.

9. D Beier, P Brzoska, A Kraemer, MMH Khan. Impact and consequences of extreme weather and climate events in coastal areas of Bangladesh – An analysis on self-reported physical health. The 9th Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 17-20 September, 2014, Ulm, Germany (poster), p. 223.

10. MMH Khan. Prevalence of diabetes and overweight/obesity and their association among general adults in Bangladesh. The 11th International Conference on Urban Health, March 4-7, 2014, Manchester, United Kingdom (oral).

11. MMH Khan, MAA Azim, HMT Hasan, A Kraemer. Evaluation of the physical structure of pharmacies and their quality of healthcare services in Bangladesh. The 11th International Conference on Urban Health, March 4-7, 2014, Manchester, United Kingdom (oral).

12. MMH Khan. Population dynamics/change and consequences in developing countries: example Bangladesh. In. Wie viele Mensch trägt die Erde? Im Fokus: Bangladesch. Entwicklungsforum Bangladesh e.V. November 29-30, 2013, Hamburg, Germany (oral).

13. MMH Khan. Increasing burden of diabetes in context of changing lifestyles in Chinese megacities. Sino-German Workshop on Health in Chinese Megacities, October 7-11, 2013, Beijing, China (oral).

14. HJ Jahn, A Kraemer, MMH Khan. Patterns of internal migration in Bangladesh and higher risk among rural women who never migrated to urban areas. The 8th Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 24-27 September, 2013, Leipzig, Germany (oral), p. 99-100.

15. MMH Khan, A Kraemer. Socio-economically disadvantaged households are more exposed to smoking at home in Bangladesh. The 8th Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 24-27 September, 2013, Leipzig, Germany (poster), p. 211.

16. S Jaskulski, K Schmidt, A Kraemer, MMH Khan. Unmet needs based on current and future utilisation of healthcare services among slum dwellers in Dhaka, Bangladesh and their socioeconomic and demographic determinants. The 8th Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 24-27 September, 2013, Leipzig, Germany (oral), p. 212-213.

17. MMH Khan, A Kraemer. Association between diabetes and body mass index among general adult population in Bangladesh: evidence from the recent DHS survey. The 8th Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 24-27 September, 2013, Leipzig, Germany (poster), p. 218.

18. MMH Khan, MP Jansen, A Kraemer. Area-based prevalences and linkages between food insecurity and undernutrition among reproductive-aged general women in Bangladesh: recent evidence from the Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey. The 8th Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 24-27 September, 2013, Leipzig, Germany (poster), p. 222-223.

19. C Hanke, KM Schlinkmann, A Kraemer, MMH Khan. Association of workload and working conditions with poor mental health and high perceived stress among slum dwellers in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The 8th Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 24-27 September, 2013, Leipzig, Germany (poster), p. 298.

20. MMH Khan, O Gruebner, P Hostert, A Kraemer. The geography of diabetes among general adult population in Bangladesh: Recent evidence from a cross-sectional survey. Oral presentation at the XVth International Medical Geography Symposium held in Michigan State University, USA, July 7-12, 2013.

21. MMH Khan, O Gruebner, P Hostert, A Kraemer. Food insecurity and its association with malnutrition and anaemia in Bangladesh: Geographical disparities across divisions, rural and urban areas. Oral presentation at the XVth International Medical Geography Symposium held in Michigan State University, USA, July 7-12, 2013.

22. MMH Khan, A Kraemer. Internal migration in Bangladesh: are rural-urban migrants living in urban slums more vulnerable as compared to other areas? Oral presentation at the final regional conference of the priority programme 1233 of the German Research Foundation (DFG) Megacities-Megachallenge in Dhaka 2012, November 26-28, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

23. MMH Khan, A Zanuzdana, A Kraemer. Education as an important factor to reduce slum versus non-slum disparities in Bangladesh: analyses of women data focusing on multiple indicators. The Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 26-29 September, 2012, Regensburg, Germany (oral), p. 64.

24. MMH Khan, A Kraemer. Housing, health problems, health care utilisation and food consumption by migration status in Bangladesh: Comparative analysis of combined data based on three consecutive surveys. The Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 26-29 September, 2012, Regensburg, Germany (poster), p. 169.

25. O Gruebner, MMH Khan. Mental well-being and the socio-ecological environment in Dhaka slums. Oral presentation at the final regional conference of the priority programme 1233 of the German Research Foundation (DFG) Megacities-Megachallenge in Dhaka 2012, November 26-28, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

26. O Gruebner, K Burkart, MMH Khan, S Lautenbach, K Kleinman, W Endlicher, A Kraemer, Patrick Hostert. Mortality in Bangladesh - A spatio-temporal epidemiological approach. Oral presentation at the international colloquium Health & Space, Marseille, France., 2012

27. L Spallek, R Pfitzner, S Kernebeck, A Kraemer, MMH Khan. Assoziation von Umweltfaktoren mit dem Stresslevel von Slumbewohnern in Dhaka, Bangladesch – eine haushaltsbezogene Querschnittsstudie. The Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 26-29 September, 2012, Regensburg, Germany (oral), p. 46-47.

28. B Zoch, D Rapp, J Weiske, A Kraemer, MMH Khan. Environmental risk factors for waterborne infectious diseases in slums of Dhaka, Bangladesh. The Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 26-29 September, 2012, Regensburg, Germany (poster), p.170.

29. AM Grosser, P Benzler, MMH Khan, T Pollmann, A Kraemer. Impact of biomass and fossil cooking materials on respiratory problems among slums dwellers in Dhaka, Bangladesh: Sex and age specific analysis of the DFG-Dhaka-INNOVATE Cohort Study. The Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 26-29 September, 2012, Regensburg, Germany (Poster), p. 168.

30. AM Grosser, L Spallek, T Pollmann, A Kraemer, MMH Khan. Contraceptive use in rural and urban areas in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. An analysis of the Demographic and Health Surveys. The Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 26-29 September, 2012, Regensburg, Germany (Poster), p. 169.

31. O Gruebner, MMH Khan, D Mueller, S Lautenbach, A Kraemer, T Lakes, P Hostert. A spatial-epidemiological approach on mental well-being in Dhaka slums. 32nd International Geographical Congress, August 26-30, 2012 Cologne, Germany (oral), pp. 284.

32. O Gruebner, MMH Khan, S Lautenbach, D Mueller, A Kraemer, T Lakes, P Hostert. Mental health in the slums of Dhaka – a geo-epidemiological study. Oral presentation at the pre-conference to the 32nd International Geographical Conference in Cologne 2012: The Geography of Health: The Challenges of Environmental and Societal Issues in the 21st Century. Berlin, Germany, 2012.

33. MMH Khan, O Gruebner, A Kraemer. Are areas affected by flood and stagnant water associated with poorer health outcomes in urban slums of Dhaka and adjacent rural areas? 32nd International Geographical Congress, August 26-30, 2012, Cologne, Germany (oral), pp. 718.

34. MMH Khan, A Zanuzdana, A Kraemer. What determines the level of housing satisfaction in urban slums of Dhaka? Results from the baseline survey of a cohort study in Bangladesh. 32nd International Geographical Congress, August 26-30, 2012, Cologne, Germany (oral), pp. 773.

35. MMH Khan, A Zanuzdana, A Kraemer. Seasonal variations, urban-rural differences and major determinants of respiratory health symptoms among urban poor in Dhaka. 32nd International Geographical Congress, August 26-30, 2012, Cologne, Germany, (poster), pp. 933.

36. MMH Khan. Public health in Bangladesh in context of climate change: challenges and strategies. 2nd International conference on climate change effects and energy development of Bangladesh (ICCEB), May 18-19, 2012, Bonn University, Bonn, Germany (oral), pp. 24.

37. T Pollmann, MMH Khan, A Kraemer. Assoziationen zwischen haushaltsbezogenen Wasser- und Hygienebedingunen und Gelbsucht in den Slums von Dhaka (Bangladesh). The Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association (DGepi) and GMDS, 26-29 September, 2011, Mainz, Germany (oral), 472.

38. MMH Khan, A Khandoker. Are gaps in antenatal care services increasing in urban areas of Bangladesh? The 9th International Conference on Urban Health, October 27-29, 2010, New York, USA (oral).

39. MMH Khan, A Kraemer, A Islam. Trends and determinants of increasing prevalence of overweight among married women in urban areas of Bangladesh: evidence from multiple nationally representative surveys. The 9th International Conference on Urban Health, October 27-29, 2010, New York, USA (poster).

40. A Kraemer, MMH Khan. Cohort study among slum dwellers in the megacity of Dhaka: Rates of underweight and overweight and their determinants. The 9th International Conference on Urban Health, October 27-29, 2010, New York, USA (poster).

41. MMH Khan, A Kraemer, O Gruebner, P Hostert. Environmental and healthcondition of slum residents living in Dhaka: a descriptive study. The European Conference on Modern South Asian Studies under panel Megacities in South Asia as Arenas of Risks and Resilience, July 26-29, 2010, University of Bonn, Germany (oral).

42. MMH Khan, A Kraemer, O Gruebner, P Hostert. Utilisation of and satisfaction about major health care facilities among urban poor living in Dhaka. The European Conference on Modern South Asian Studies under panel Human Health in Urban and Peri-Urban South Asia, July 26-29, 2010, University of Bonn, Germany (oral).

43. O Gruebner, MMH Khan, S Lautenbach, D Mueller, A Kraemer, T Lakes, P Hostert. The spatial variation of well-being in slum settlements of Dhaka, Bangladesh. The European Conference on Modern South Asian Studies under panel Human Health in Urban and Peri-Urban South Asia, July 26-29, 2010, University of Bonn, Germany (oral).

44. A Kraemer, MMH Khan, L Pruefer-Kraemer. Threats to megacities through climate change-related infectious diseases (ID) with focus on South Asia: Review and theoretical framework. The Conference “Continents under Climate Change”, April 21-23, 2010, Berlin, Germany.

45. MMH Khan, R Staffeld, A Kraemer, E Kulke. Degree of informality and health outcomes: evidence from the slum adults living in the megacity of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Local workshop, Dhaka, BUET, February 23-24, 2010.

46. O Gruebner, P Hostert, MMH Khan, A Kraemer. Neighborhood conditions, environmental and socio-economic factors explaining health outcomes in informal settlements of Dhaka, Bangladesh. The Asia-Pacific-Weeks Berlin, October 16th, 2009.

47. MMH Khan, O Gruebner , T Lakes, A Kraemer, P Hostert. Surrounding environment and health outcomes: preliminary findings of a study conducted in marginal settlements in the megacity of Dhaka and in rural areas of Bangladesh. The Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 16-19 September, 2009, Münster, Germany.

48. O Gruebner, MMH Khan, T Lakes, A. Kraemer, P Hostert. Neighborhood conditions, environmental and socio-economic factors explain health in informal settlements of Dhaka, Bangladesh. The IHDP 7th Open Meeting 2009, the 7th International Science Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change, April 26-30, 2009, Bonn, Germany. 

49. MMH Khan, A Khandoker, A Kraemer, M Mori. Higher depressive symptoms among arsenicosis patients: evidence from a case-control study conducted in an arsenic-affected rural village of Bangladesh. The 12th World Congress on Public Health, April 27- May 1, 2009, Istanbul, Turkey.

50. A Khandoker, MMH Khan, A Kraemer, M Mori. Determinants of correct knowledge and misconception about TB transmission among ever married women in India and Bangladesh: evidence from recent national surveys. The 12th World Congress on Public Health, April 27- May 1, 2009, Istanbul, Turkey.

51. A Kraemer, HJ Jahn, MMH Khan. Public health in megacities and urban areas: overall conceptual framework and some results from the megacity of Dhaka, Bangladesh. The 12th World Congress on Public Health, April 27- May 1, 2009, Istanbul, Turkey.

52. MMH Khan, O Gruebner, A Kraemer. Satisfaction about neighborhood conditions in relation to well-being status among married adults living in Dhaka megacity and its adjacent rural area: results from a cross-sectional study. The 12th World Congress on Public Health, April 27- May 1, 2009, Istanbul, Turkey.

53. MMH Khan, A Kraemer, L Pruefer-Kraemer. Climate change and infectious diseases in megacities of the Indian subcontinent. The Satellite Conference on Health in Megacities and Urban areas, September 23-24, 2008 Bielefeld, Germany.

54. O Gruebner, MMH Khan, P Hostert. Remote sensing and GIS in public health research: the Dhaka megacity example. The Satellite Conference on Health in Megacities and Urban areas, September 23-24, 2008 Bielefeld, Germany.

55. A Kraemer, MMH Khan. Public health in megacities and urban areas: conceptual framework. The Satellite Conference on Health in Megacities and Urban areas, September 23-24, 2008 Bielefeld, Germany.

56. A Zanuzdana, MMH Khan, A Kraemer. Factors of poor mental conditions among women living in major cities and municipalities of Bangladesh: slum and non-slum comparison. The Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 24-27 September, 2008, Bielefeld, Germany.

57. R Eissner, A Zanuzdana, MMH Khan, M Akmatov, A Kraemer. Urban health in the megacity of Dhaka- intra-urban vs. rural distribution of communicable and non-communicable diseases. The Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 24-27 September, 2008, Bielefeld, Germany.

58. P Brzoska, A Kloetzler, V Ottova, Y Kupske, MMH Khan, M Akmatov. Factors associated with self-perceived health status in slum, affluent, and rural areas in and around Dhaka city, Bangladesh. The Annual Meeting of German Epidemiological Association, 24-27 September, 2008, Bielefeld, Germany.

59. MMH Khan, R Mikolaiczyk, M Akmatov, O Gruebner, J Lojewski, A Kraemer. Health outcomes and socio-demographic and environmental factors relating to social inequalities in the megacity of Dhaka and adjacent rural areas in Bangladesh. The Health Inequalities III conference, 13-14 June, 2008, Bielefeld, Germany.

60. R Mikolaiczyk, MMH Khan, M Akmatov, A Kraemer. Applying multilevel modelling in the assessment of social inequalities: an illustration from Urban Health Survey in Bangladesh. The Health Inequalities III conference, 13-14 June 2008, Bielefeld, Germany.

61. MMH Khan, A Kraemer, M Akmatov. Men’s depressive symptoms and migration: the case of Bangladesh. The 2nd Conference of Migrant Health in Europe, 22-24 May 2008, Malmö, Sweden.

62. MMH Khan, A Kraemer, R Kabir, M Kabir. Relationship between depression and spousal violence against women in the megacity of Dhaka: slum and non-slum comparison. The 9th South East Asia Regional Scientific Meeting organized by the International Epidemiological Association, 9-12 February 2008, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

63. MMH Khan. Megacity of Dhaka: Field Study and Preliminary Results. The annual conference on “megacities in developing and transitional/emerging countries”, Cologne University, Germany, November 30- December 1, 2007.

64. Gruebner, T Lakes, K Janson, MMH Khan, A Kraemer, P Hostert. Public Health and Informal Settlements Poster presentation at AGIT (Symposium fuer angewandte Geoinformatik), Salzburg, 2007, Austria.

65. MMH Khan, M Mori, K Matsuo, K Ozasa, A Tamakoshi. Factors associated with multiple myeloma mortality: evidence from Japan Collaborative Cohort (JACC) Study. Proceedings of the 65th annual meeting of the Japanese Cancer Association 2006; 523, September 28-30, 2006, Yokohama, Japan.

66.  MMH Khan, M Mori, F Sakauchi, M Washio, A Shibata, A Tamakoshi. Total and site-specific cancer mortality in relation to history of diabetes mellitus: findings from the Japan Collaborative Cohort (JACC) Study. Proceedings of the 64th annual meeting of the Japanese Cancer Association, 2005:220, September 14-16, 2005, Sapporo, Japan.

Invited lectures/training

1. Training on Research methodology: Sample size estimation and sampling methods. Center for Research and Training Lab, East West University, Dhaka, Sep – Oct, 2019.

2. Invited lecture at 11th international summer school: Epidemiological challenges and opportunities to urban mental health. University of Zurich, Switzerland, August 8, 2019.

3. Public lecture: Megacity and the Public Health: The Case of Dhaka. S. M. Nousher Ali Lecturer Gallery, East West University, Dhaka, March 1, 2018.

4. Training: How to write a research proposal/article? Center for Research and Training Lab, East West University, Dhaka, March 10 and 11, 2018.

5. Training: Sampling methods and sample size estimation. Center for Research and Training Lab, East West University, Dhaka, April 1, 5 and 8, 2018.

6. Public lecture: Health inequality. S. M. Nousher Ali Lecturer Gallery, East West University, Dhaka, April 5, 2018.

7. Invited training: Training on SPSS. BCS Administration Academy (GOB), Dhaka, April 24, 2018.

8. Invited presentation: Quantitative methods in Public Health: Synopsis, evaluation and new approaches. School of Public Health, Bielefeld University, Germany, July 19 – 21, 2018.

9. Invited presentation at 10th international summer school: Epidemiological challenges and opportunities to urban mental health. Humboldt-Unversität zu Berlin, Geography Department, Germany, September 17, 2018.

10. Public lecture: Mental Health: Global Overview and Recent Survey Evidence from EWU Students. S. M. Nousher Ali Lecturer Gallery, EWU, October 10, 2018

11. Invited lecture: Epidemiological approaches to urban health. The 9thInternational Summer School on “Spatial Epidemiology and Urban Health”, Institute of Public Health, Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany, September 18, 2017.

12. Invited lecture:  Quantitative Statistics and Analysis. The 9thInternational Summer School on “Spatial Epidemiology and Urban Health”, Institute of Public Health, Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany, September 19, 2017.

13. Invited lecture: Concerns of epidemiological models. The 8thInternational Summer School on “Spatial Epidemiology, Climate and Health: Concepts and Modelling”, Bielefeld University, Germany, September 26, 2016.

14. Invited lecture: Statistical methods: Regression. The 8thInternational Summer School on “Spatial Epidemiology, Climate and Health: Concepts and Modelling”, Bielefeld University, Germany, September 28, 2016.

15. Invited lecture: Interpretation of epidemiological findings: Major concerns. The 7thInternational Summer School on “Spatial Epidemiology, Climate and Health: Concepts and Modelling”, Bielefeld, Germany, September 14, 2015.

16. Invited lecture: Regression modelling. The 7thInternational Summer School on “Spatial Epidemiology, Climate and Health: Concepts and Modelling”, Bielefeld University, Germany, September 16, 2015.

17. Invited lecture: Overview of statistical modelling (types of regression). The 6thInternational Summer School on “Spatial epidemiology and climate change: concept and modelling”, Bielefeld University, Germany, September 22, 2014.

18. Invited lecture: Challenges for epidemiological models. The 6thInternational Summer School on “Spatial epidemiology and climate change: concept and modelling”, Bielefeld University, Germany, September 22, 2014.

19. Invited lecture: Advanced statistical methods for public health professionals. DrPH/PhD Block, School of Public Health, Bielefeld University, Germany, July 18, 2014.

20. Invited lecture: Introduction to basic health statistics. The 5thInternational Summer School on “Climate Change and spatial epidemiology: concepts, modelling, strategies”, Bielefeld University, Germany, September 9, 2014.

21. Invited lecture: Study design: Bias, confounding and interpretation of epidemiological findings. The 5th International Summer School on “Climate Change and spatial epidemiology: concepts, modelling, strategies”, Bielefeld University, Germany, September 10, 2014.

22. Invited lecture: Introduction to SPSS Syntax for data analysis and basic health statistics (advanced). The Fourth International Summer School on “Spatial-epidemiological modelling in Megacities: Statistical and spatial analysis for urban health under a changing climate”, Bielefeld University, Germany, September 3, 2012.

23. Invited lecture: Bias, confounding and interpretation of epidemiological findings. The 4thInternational Summer School on “Spatial-epidemiological modelling in Megacities: Statistical and spatial analysis for urban health under a changing climate”, Bielefeld University, Germany, September 4, 2012.

24. Invited lecture: Statistical modeling of health data. The 4thInternational Summer School on “Spatial-epidemiological modelling in Megacities: Statistical and spatial analysis for urban health under a changing climate”, Bielefeld University, Germany, September 4, 2012.

25. Invited lecture: Survival analysis: Kaplan-Meier and Cox-Regression. DrPH/PhD Block, School of Public Health, Bielefeld University, Germany, July 12, 2012.

26. Invited lecture: Publishing in the scientific peer-reviewed journals. DrPH/PhD Block, School of Public Health, Bielefeld University, Germany, July 13, 2012.

27. Invited lecture: Introduction to SPSS Syntax for data analysis and testing normality and multicollinearity. The 3rdInternational Summer School on “Spatial Epidemiology in Megacities: Statistical and spatial analysis of health under a changing climate”, Bielefeld University, Germany, September 12, 2011.

28. Invited lecture: Statistical modeling of health data. The 3rdInternational Summer School on “Spatial Epidemiology in Megacities: Statistical and spatial analysis of health under a changing climate”, Bielefeld University, Germany, September 13, 2011.

29. Invited lecture: Study design, causation, ecological fallacy, bias, confounding and interpretation of epidemiological findings. The 3rdInternational Summer School on “Spatial Epidemiology in Megacities: Statistical and spatial analysis of health under a changing climate”, Bielefeld University, Germany, September 12, 2011.

30. Invited lecture: Bias, confounding and interpretation of epidemiological findings. The 2ndInternational Summer School on “Spatial Epidemiology in Megacities: Health, Climate Change and Geospatial Model ling”, Bielefeld University, Germany, September 15, 2010.

31. Invited lecture: Introduction to SPSS for data analysis and basic health statistics. The 2ndInternational Summer School on “Spatial Epidemiology in Megacities: Health, Climate Change and Geospatial Model ling”, Bielefeld University, Germany, September 13, 2010.

32. Invited lecture: Bias, confounding and interpretation of epidemiological findings. The 2ndInternational Summer School on “Spatial Epidemiology in Megacities: Health, Climate Change and Geospatial Model ling”, Bielefeld University, Germany, September 15, 2010.

33. Invited lecture: Urban Health. Presented at the Master Programme in International Health. Institute of Tropical Medicine, Charite University, Berlin, Germany, December 1, 2009.

34. Invited presentation: Impact of social integration and disintegration on urban violence (UV) and urban health (UH): a case study in the megacity of Dhaka. Presented at the meeting on “Cluster of Excellence on Societal Integration and Disintegration: Causes and Control of Conflict and Violence”, Bielefeld, Germany, October 1-2, 2009.

35. Invited presentation: Do areas affect health outcomes? A multilevel approach. Presented at the workshop "Health in Context: A course in multilevel modelling for public health and health services research", Lisbon, Portugal, November 14, 2008.

36. Invited lecture: Epidemiologic methods for urban health research. The 1stInternational Summer School on “Megacities: Heal th, Geomatics and Climate Change“, Bielefeld University, Germany, September 7, 2009.

37. Invited lecture: Causation, Bias, Confounding and interpretation of epidemiological results. The 1stInternational Summer School on “Megacities: Health, Geomatics and Climate Change“, Bielefeld University, Germany, September 9, 2009.

38. Invited lecture: Introduction to SPSS for data analysis and basic health statistics. The 1stInternational Summer School on “Megacities: Health, Geomatics and Climate Change“, Bielefeld University, Germany, September 7, 2009.

39. Invited presentation: Surrounding environment and health outcomes: preliminary findings of a study conducted in marginal settlements in the megacity of Dhaka and in rural areas of Bangladesh. Presented in the workshop “Human health and the environment: towards a new agenda” held in Bonn University, Germany, May 15-16, 2009.

40. Invited lecture: Methods of infectious disease epidemiology. The 10thInternational Summer School on “Infectious Disease Epidemiology: Modern Surveillance, International Dimensions and Public Health Control”, Bielefeld University, Germany, September 15, 2008.

41. Invited presentation: Drinking water crisis due to arsenic contamination in Bangladesh: public health consequences, mitigation strategies and sustainability. Third thematic week of Zaragoza Expo “Water for Life”, Zaragoza, Spain, June 30- July 3, 2008.

42. Invited lecture: Methods of infectious disease epidemiology. The 9thInternational Summer School on “Infectious Disease Epidemiology: Modern Surveillance, International Dimensions and Public Health Control”, Bielefeld University, Germany, September 4, 2007.

Journal Publication
International
  1. Elahi, M. H. & Mezbah-ul-Islam, M. (2018). Open access repositories of Bangladesh: An analysis of the present status. IFLA Journal, 44(2), 132-142.

  2. Elahi, M. H., Islam, M. S. & Begum, D. (2018). Perception on the use of mobile phones in retrieving information from academic libraries: A developing country perspective. International Journal of Knowledge Content Development and Technology, 8(1), 37-50. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5865/IJKCT.2018.8.1.037

  3. Elahi, M. H. & Begum, D. (2017). Open trends in Bangladesh for providing information services: Opportunities and challenges. Journal of Knowledge and Communication Management, 7(2), 97-115. DOI: 10.5958/2277-7946.2017.00009.2

  4. Elahi, M. H. & Islam, M. S. (2017). Implementation of web 2.0 tools in Dhaka University Library website: The attitude of users and information professionals. East West Journal of Humanities, 6&7, 32-41.

  5. Elahi, M. H. (2016). Designing a mobile based library information and service delivery system: A model plan for libraries of Bangladesh. Journal of Information Science Theory and Practice, 4(3), 57-70.

  6. Elahi, M. H. & Islam, M. S. (2014). Go fast, go with mobile: Students' perception and implementing mobile based library services at DUL. Library Philosophy and Practice (E-Journal). Available at: http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/1197.

Conference & Seminars
  1. Elahi, M. H. (2020). Engaging Mass Community with Public Library: A framework. In Multidisciplinary International Conference on the Social and Life Sciences (p. ). Dhaka: East West University.

  2. Hossain, T., Begum, D., Elahi, M. H., Sumon, A.R. (2019). Research Data Management (RDM): Demystifying the Notion about Data Librarians. In International Conference on Digital Landscape, Digital Transformation for an Agile Environment (p. 528). New Delhi: The Energy and Resources Institute.

  3. Elahi, M. H. (2019). Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) literacy and awareness among undergraduate students: A study on a Bangladeshi private university. In F. Alam (Ed.), 1st International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management: Next Generation Information and Knowledge Dissemination to realize the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development (p. 129). Savar: Bangladesh Public Administration Training Center (BPATC) and Department of Information Studies and Library Management, East West University.

  4. Begum, D. and Elahi, M. H. (2019). A proposed framework for meeting sustainable development goals (SDGs) in Bangladesh: Library and information center (LIC) perspectives. In F. Alam (Ed.), 1st International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management: Next Generation Information and Knowledge Dissemination to realize the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development (p. 30). Savar: Bangladesh Public Administration Training Center (BPATC) and Department of Information Studies and Library Management, East West University.

  5. Elahi, M. H. and Joyee, R. E. (2019). Open Access Repositories in Asia: Present status and involvement in sustainable quality education. In F. Alam (Ed.), 1st International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management: Next Generation Information and Knowledge Dissemination to realize the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development (p. 88). Savar: Bangladesh Public Administration Training Center (BPATC) and Department of Information Studies and Library Management, East West University.

  6. Begum, D., & Elahi, M. H. (2019). Road to Meet 21st Century Challenges: A scenario on LIS education in Bangladesh. In IFLA World Library and Information Congress. Athens: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA). Available at: http://library.ifla.org/2567/1/275-begum-en.pdf 

  7. Begum, D., Hossain, T., Elahi, M. H. and Parvin, S. (2018). Public engagement in nation development through open data platform: Bangladesh government initiatives. In International Seminar on Digital Humanities and Digital Societies in the Contemporary World (p.30). Calcutta: Department of Library and Information Science.

  8. Elahi, M. H. & Begum, D. (2017). Information literacy and digital literacy skills and competencies for providing quality services: A special reference to public sector employees of Bangladesh. In International Conference on Managing Change for better public service delivery: South and South-East Asian experience (p.53)Savar: Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre.

Journal Article & Book Chapter (Since 2016)

2020 Men’s reflections on post-suicide attempt episode in Bangladesh. Omega: Journal of Death and Dying, Ahead of print. 

2020 (Re) Animating Sociology of Suicide in Bangladesh. Italian Sociological Review, 10 (1), 55-75.

2019 Suicide and attempted suicide in Jhenaidah District, Bangladesh, 2010–2018. Crisis: Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention. Ahead of print.

2019 The informal sector in Bangladesh: A case study on rural and urban street vendors, Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies, 44 (3-4): 271-282. 

2019  Engaging Men to Support Women in Science, Medicine and Global Health, The Lancet, 393 (10171): 609-610.

2018 Challenges and Coping Strategies of Women Leaders at the Local Level in Bangladesh, Italian Sociological Review, 8 (1): 43-63.

2017  Socio-economic Situational Analysis of Tea Plantation Workers: A Case Study from Lubachhara Tea Garden, Sylhet, Bangladesh Journal of Public Administration, 25 (2): 75-83.

2017 Analysing Masculinity from the Key Theoretical Lenses and Searching for Linkages with Violence against Women, Masculinities and Social Change, 6 (3): 257-287.

2017 The Introduction of the National Identity Scheme: An Assessment of the Dilemma between Social Benefits and Challenges, International Journal of Social Science and Development Policy, 3 (2): 114-120.  

2017 Factors associated with Domestic Violence against Rural Bangladeshi Women. Multidisciplinary Journal of Gender Studies, (1), 1208-1230.

2017 The Role of Evaluation at the Stages of Policy Formulation, Implementation, and Impact Assessment, Agathos-An International Review of the Humanities and Social Sciences, 8(1): 173-186.

2017 Implementation Assessment of the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Act 2010: Evidences from two Bangladeshi districts. In M. Ortiz (Ed.) Domestic violence: Prevalence, Risk Factors and Perspectives, New York: Nova Science Publishers, pp: 189-224.

2016 Politics, Ethics and Professionals in Policy Evaluation, Silpakorn University Journal of Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts, 16 (2): 41-71.

2016 Public and Private Organisations: How Different or Similar are They? Journal of Siberian Federal University, Humanities and Social Sciences, 12(9): 2873-2885.

2016  A Critical Insight Into Policy Implementation and Implementation Performance, Public Policy and Administration, 16 (4): 538-548.

2016 Policy Implementation: Some Aspects and Issues, Journal of Community Positive Practice, XVI (3): 3-12.

Conference

Paper Presented

2020   Masculinity and suicide attempt of men, Paper presented at the 7th International Conference on Public Administration and Development, 5-8 February at Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre (BPATC), Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh

2020 Demographic Risk Factors and Motives of Male Suicide in Bangladesh, 2018-2019, Paper presented at the 7th International Conference on Public Administration and Development, 5-8 February at Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre (BPATC), Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh

2019      Interface between masculinity and suicide,  26th, South African Sociological Association Congress, 15-17 July 2019, University of South Africa (UNISA), Pretoria, South Africa

2019      Re-energising sociology of suicide: Case application in Bangladesh,  26th, South African Sociological Association Congress, 15-17 July 2019, University of South Africa (UNISA), Pretoria, South Africa

2019      Trends of suicidal behavours in Bangladesh: A Descriptive analysis,  26th, South African Sociological Association Congress, 15-17 July 2019, University of South Africa (UNISA), Pretoria, South Africa

2018      The Informal Sector in Bangladesh: A Case Study on Rural and Urban Street Vendors,  First National Conference, Department of Sociology, 12 May 2018, East West University,  Dhaka, Bangladesh

2015      Who is Old and When a Woman is Old? Cultural, Social and Economic Meanings, Third International Conference on Social Sciences Research, 8-9 June 2015, Kula Lumpur, Malaysia

2015      Implementation Assessment of the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Act 2010: Reflections from Two Bangladeshi Districts,  4th International Conference on Advancement of Development Administration, 28-30 June 2015, National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA), Bangkok, Thailand 

2015  Community Perceptions and Activisms Concerning Domestic Violence against Women: Evidences from Rural Bangladesh, 4th International Conference on Advancement of Development Administration, 28-30 June 2015, National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA), Bangkok, Thailand 

 2015   Gender and Diaspora: The Bihari Community in Bangladesh,  NIDA International Conference for Case Studies on Development Administration, 6-7 August 2015 Bangkok, Thailand 

2015    Who is Old and When a Woman is Old? Cultural, Social and Economic Meanings, paper presented at the Third International Conference on Social Sciences Research, 8-9 June 2015, Kula Lumpur, Malaysia

International Training/Workshop/Diploma

2019     How Does It Feel To Be a Problem? Decolonising Mental Health at Academic Institutions, 07 May, South African Medical Research Council, Cape Town 

2019     The shame is not ours: Reflections on, resistances to and reattributions of shame, 19 March, South African Medical Research Council, Cape Town

2019   Discourse Analysis workshop, South African Medical Research Council, Cape Town, South Africa (12-13 August)

2017  University-Industry Linkage Training Programme, Peking University, China (14-17 November)

2010    Public Administration Reform, Performance Management and Service Delivery, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand (9 -20 August)

2010    Human Resource Management and Economic Development, Beijing Administrative College, China (10-18 June)

2010    Administration and Development, ACN Institute for Higher Education, New Delhi, India (1 -10 June)

2010    Managing Change in the Public Service, Civil Service College, Singapore (15-25, March)

2006    Public Administration Capacity Building, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand (2-11 May)

2002  Diploma in Management, Narula Institute of Technology, Kolkata, India

N.T. Mahbub, ‘River Law and Governance’, in the Ali Farazmand (ed.), Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy, Springer International Publishing Switzerland, 2016.
N.T. Mahbub, ‘Environmental Protection in China: An Analysis and Assessment of Policy and Law’, Quarterly Journal of Chinese Studies, Vol. 4, No. 4, Autumn 2016, ISSN 2224-2716, December, 2016.
N.T. Mahbub, ‘Sustainable Development and Its Evolution in the Realm of International Environmental Law’, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Journal of International Law and Jurisprudence, Vol. 7, ISSN: 2276-7371, September, 2016).
N.T. Mahbub, “Climate Justice and Gender Justice: A Forgotten Fact in the Climate Change Regime?” in the Judicial Administration Training Institute Journal, Vol. XIII, January 2014. ISSN: 2220-6752.
N.T. Mahbub & M.M. Hasan, “Achieving De Jure and De facto Gender Equality: A Tool for Prevention of Violence against Women” in the Society and Change Journal, Vol. VIII(1), January–March, 2014.
N.T. Mahbub, “An Anatomy of the Dispute Settlement Mechanism in WTO: Recommendations for Reform” in the Society and Change journal Vol. VII(1), January – March, 2013. ISSN: 1997-1052 (Print), 227-202X (Online).
N.T. Mahbub & R.B. Mamun,“Climate Change and Human Rights: An Introduction to the Nexus” in Prof Dr. Mizanur Rahman and Dr. Md. Rahmat Ullah eds. Human Rights and Critically Disadvantaged People, ELCOP, 2012.
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.

Journal Publication
  1. 2017 (Forthcoming) – Paper titled as’ Old Age Allowance and Policy Issues: A Comparative Analysis between India and Bangladesh’, accepted for presentation at the 10th Global Studies Conference, National University of Singapore, Singapore.
  2. 2016 ( Forthcoming) “Disaster Preparedness and School Curriculum : An Analysis of a Textbook in the Context of Bangladesh” has been accepted for an oral presentation at the 3rd International Conference on Poverty and Sustainable Development, 8thand 9th December 2016, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
  3. Tasnima, T. (2014). “The Challenges of People’s Right to Know about Public Service in Bangladesh”, Journal of Contemporary Management Sciences, Vol 1, Issue 2, (pp 95 – 102)
  4. Tasnima, T. and Haque, E, (2012) “Neoliberal Globalization and Higher Education in Bangladesh” in D. Kapoor, B. P. Barua & A Datoo (Eds) Globalization, Culture, and Education in South Asia, Palgrave Macmillan, NY. pp 53-69.
  5. Tasnima, T (2011) “Private Universities in Bangladesh: Challenges and Opportunities” Journal of World Universities Forum, Vol 4, Issue 4 (pp 37 – 44) http://wuj.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.173/prod.313
  6. Tasnima, T. (2010) “Quality Assurance of Private Universities in Bangladesh”, Journal of the Institute of Advanced Studies in Education, Vol 7, Issue 1 (pp 69-84)
Publications

Hossain, T. (2017). Strengthening the public service delivery: Renovate or Innovate? In: International Conference on Managing Changes for Better Public Service Delivery: South and South East Asian Experience. Dhaka: Bangladesh Public Administration Training Center, p. 98.

Begum, D., Hossain, T., Elahi, M. H. and Parvin, S. (2018). Public engagement in nation development through open data platform: Bangladesh government initiatives. In: International Seminar on Digital Humanities and Digital Societies in the Contemporary World. Calcutta: Department of Library and Information Science, p.30.

Hossain, T. (2019). The literacies of the 21st Century: catalyst for achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Bangladesh. In: International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management; “Next Generation Information and Knowledge Dissemination to realize the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development”, Dhaka: Bangladesh Public Administration Training Center, p. 121.

Hossain, T., Sumon, A. R., and Rahman, R. (2019). Measuring the progress towards attaining the SDGs: Bangladesh Government’s Initiative of SDG Tracker. In: International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management; “Next Generation Information and Knowledge Dissemination to realize the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development”, Dhaka: Bangladesh Public Administration Training Center, p. 128.

Hossain, T. (2019). Public Transport Woes: Sufferings of the homebound people. In: The Daily Star, p.7.

 Hossain, T., Begum, D., Elahi, M. H., Sumon, A.R. (2019). Research Data Management (RDM): Demystifying the Notion about Data Librarians. In, Proceedings of the International Conference on Digital Landscape, Digital Transformation for an Agile Environment. Paper presented at ICDL 2019, 6-8 November (p. 528). New Delhi, India: The Energy and Resources Institute.

How women develop resiliency in climate vulnerable situations: Experiences of women across four regions of Bangladesh. (Eds),

Tanjeela, M. & Rutherford, S. (Upcoming in 2020).

Climate Adaptation for a Sustainable Economy: Lessons from Bangladesh, an Emerging Tiger of Asia. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. Hauppauge, NY 11788 USA.

The Influence of Gender Relations on Women’s Involvement and Experience in Climate Change Adaptation Programs in Bangladesh. T

Tanjeela, M. & Rutherford, S. (2018).  

SAGE Open October-December 2018: 1–9     DOI: 10.1177/2158244018812620 journals.sagepub.com/home/sgo 

Women and Climate Change Adaptation in Bangladesh: Do Women Matter?

Tanjeela, M. (2015).

International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Responses, Volume 7Issue 4, pp.61-74. Published online: December 3, 2015.

Women Voices in Local Government Bodies in Bangladesh

Tanjeela, M. (2011) 

Lambert Academic Publishing, 2011, ISBN: 9783845416281.

Conference Proceeding: Are Migrant Women More Vulnerable in Urban Context? A Case Study on Four Slums of Dhaka City

Tanjeela, M. (2019).  International Conference on Disaster Risk Management (ICDRM), Dhaka, Bangladesh, January 12-14, 2019.

Conference proceedings: Need of Understanding Disaster Risk for Resilient City Development

Tanjeela, M. & Ramhan, A. (2019) 

15th International Asian Urbanization Conference. Urban Futures:Critical Transformation of Asian Cities. 27-30 November, 2019

Vietnamese- German University, Binh Duong, Vietnam

Coping With Disasters: The Potentiality of Indigenous Knowledge and Community Based Responses to Climate Change Adaptation

Fifth International Conference on Building Resilience, Held at Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia from15th - 17th July 2015, ISBN - 978-0-9943652-1-7 Published by NCP (2015).

Published Articles
  1. “Special and Differential Treatment in the WTO: It‟s Content and Competence for Facilitation of Development” Nnamdi Azikiwe University Journal of International Law and jurisprudence, Nigeria. ISSN: 2276-7371, September 2016
  2. “China‟s WTO Accession: Impacts on Trade Policy and Legal System” Quarterly Journal of Chinese Studies, Xiamen University, China. Volume 4, Number 3 ISSN: 2224-2716, April
    2016
  3. “Trade Liberalisation and LDC’s share in International Trade under the WTO Regime: An Evaluation of the Linkage” Journal of Governance and Innovation, Volume 1, No. 1, January-June 2015, ISSN-2312-5551
  4. “Reconciliation of WTO and MEAs: Bridging the Gap between Trade Liberalization and Environmental Protection” Journal of Society and Change Journal‟ VolumeVII, No. 2. April-June 2013, ISSN: 1997-1052 (Print), 227-202X (Online)
  5. “Recognizing Domestic Workers as "Worker‟: A Key Step to Promote Fundamental Human Rights at Work” JATI Journal, Volume XIII, January 2014 (ISSN:2220-6752)
  6. “Achieving De Jure and De facto Gender Equality: A Tool for Prevention of Violence against Women” Journal of Society and Change‟, Vol. VIII, No.1, January-March 2014,ISSN:1997-1052 (Print), 227-202X (Online)
Book Chapter
  1.  “WTO and Governance” Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance, Springer International, Switzerland, May 2018
Journal (International)
  1. “Special and Differential Treatment in the WTO: It‟s Content and Competence for Facilitation of Development”, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Journal of International Law and Jurisprudence, Nigeria. ISSN: 2276-7371, September 2016
  2. “China‟s WTO Accession: Impacts on Trade Policy and Legal System” Quarterly Journal of Chinese Studies, Xiamen University, China. Volume 4, Number 3 ISSN: 2224-2716, April
    2016
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.

Conference and Seminars

Hossain, T., Sumon, A. R., and Rahman, R. (2019). Measuring the progress towards attaining the SDGs: Bangladesh Government’s Initiative of SDG Tracker. In: International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management; “Next Generation Information and Knowledge Dissemination to realize the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development”, Dhaka: Bangladesh Public Administration Training Center, p. 128.


Hossain, T, Sumon, A. R. (2019). The Impact of Information Seeking Behavior of Library Users in Service Innovation: A Study of East West University Library. In: International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management; “Next Generation Information and Knowledge Dissemination to realize the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development”, Dhaka: Bangladesh Public Administration Training Center, p. 170.


Hossain, T., Begum, D., Elahi, M. H., Sumon, A.R. (2019). Research Data Management (RDM): Demystifying the Notion about Data Librarians. In, Proceedings of the International Conference on Digital Landscape, Digital Transformation for an Agile Environment. Paper presented at ICDL 2019, 6-8 November (p. 528). New Delhi, India: The Energy and Resources Institute.