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Presented Conference Papers (International)

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


Presented Conference Papers (Local)

  1. Can Implicit Focus on Form Develop Bangladeshi Tertiary Learners’ Grammatical Knowledge about Articles?, Regional IML Two-day Conference 2020, Institute of Modern Language, University of Dhaka, February 28 to 29, 2020.
  2. Investigating the Discourse Patterns of Narrating Personal Experience and a Picture Story, Fourth International Conference on English Studies and the Marketplace, Department of English, East West University, February 19 to 20, 2016.
  3. Training English Teachers from Marginalized Areas of Bangladesh, 5th BELTA International Conference, May 20 to 22, 2011.
  4. Introducing Mobile Assisted Language Learning in Bangladesh, 5th BELTA International Conference, May 20 to 22, 2011.
  5. Incorporating Intercultural component into ELT at Tertiary Level in Bangladesh, Third International Conference on Empire and English Studies: Pedagogy & Activism Now, Department of English, East West University, December 12 to 132009.
  6. An Insight into Teaching Global English at Tertiary Level in Bangladesh in the Second International Conference on “Democracy, the ‘New World Order’ and English Studies”, the Department of English, East West University, December 12 to 132008.
  7. Teaching Presentation Skills to Tertiary Students in Bangladesh in the seminar on “Aspects of Language and Literary Studies”, Department of English, Stamford University Bangladesh, January 13, 2008.
    Attended Seminars &Conferences
    • BELTA-UIU English Language Education Programme in collaboration with THT, September 13, 2019,  United International University, United City, Madani Avenue, Dhaka.
    •  BELTA-EASTERN UNIVERSITY English Language Education Programme in Collaboration with THT, September 14, 2018, Eastern University, Dhanmondi, Dhaka,
    • BELTA Advocacy Program on Educational Issues 2, “The Current Status of English Language Assessment in Bangladesh”, July 5-6, 2013, BRAC Centre INN, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
    • 6th BELTA International Conference, January 18 to 20, 2013, NAEM, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
    • 44th IATEFL Conference, April 7 to 11, 2010, Harrogate, UK.
    • 8th Language and Development Conference organized by the British Council and English in Action from June 23 to 25, 2009, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Published Researh
  • Khan, R., Jahan, A., Sultana, S., Kabir, M. M. N., Haider, M. Z., & Roshid, M. M. (2021). Accessing Online Instruction amidst COVID-19 in Bangladesh: Barriers and Coping Strategies. Language Teaching Research Quarterly, 22, 33-48. https://doi.org/10.32038/ltrq.2021.22.03
  • Jahan, A. & Govindasamy, S. (2021). Are tertiary EFL learners ready for input enhancement technique in Bangladesh? In S. Sultana, M. M. Roshid, M. Z. Haider, M. M. N. Kabir, & M. H. Khan (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of English Language Education in Bangladesh (pp. 82-95). UK: Routledge.  
  • McCulloch, S., Indrarathne, B., Jahan, A., Gnawali, L., Hussain, N. Nauman, S., Jayawardena, S., & Abeyawickrama, W. (2020). Investigating EAP provision in South Asian higher education: Current trends and future needs. UK: British Council & the University of Central Lancashire.
  • Jahan, A. (2018). Impact of Textual Enhancement on Bangladeshi Learner’s Noticing and Grammatical Development of Present Perfect and Past Simple Tenses. Malaysian Journal of ELT Research (MaJER), 15(1),1-16, ISSN 1511- 8002.
  • Jahan, A. (2016-2017). Impact of Task Repetition on a Bangladeshi Tertiary Learner’s Oral Performance: A Case Study. HARVEST: Jahangirnagar University Studies in language and Literature, 32, 71- 86, ISSN 1729-8326
  • Jahan, A. & Kormos, J. (2015). The impact of textual enhancement on EFL learners' grammatical awareness of future plans and intentions. International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 25(1), 46–66. doi: 10.1111/ijal.12049
  • Jahan, A. (2012). Residual Cultural Imperialism in Primary Textbooks in Bangladesh: A Critique of the English for Today Textbooks, East West Journal of Humanities, 3, 73- 96. ISSN 2024-6628.
  • The Hornby Scholar’s Panel Presentation: ELT in action: what works and what makes it work in different contexts. (2012). In T.  Pattison (Ed.) IATEFL 2012 Glasgow Conference Selections (pp. 158- 161). Kent: Pilgrims.
  • Rahman, F. M., & Jahan, A. (2011). Training English Teachers from Difficult and Rural Contexts in Bangladesh. In P. Gunashekhar, A. Padwad & D. Pawelec (Eds.) Starting, Stimulating and Sustaining English Language Teacher education and development: A selection of papers presented at the International Conference in Hyderabad in January 2011, pp. 86-92.
  • Jahan, A., & Jahan, N. (2011). Working with Vocabulary at Tertiary Level in Bangladesh, Journal of Education and Practice, 2(5), 45-57, ISSN 2222-1735 (Paper) & ISSN 2222-288X (Online)
  • Jahan, A. (2008). Promoting Collaboration in Mixed Ability EFL Classrooms at Tertiary Level in Bangladesh, Journal of NELTA, 13(1-2), 49-56.
  • Jahan, A., & Jahan, N. (2008) Teaching Presentation Skills to Tertiary Students in Bangladesh, Stamford Journal of English, 4, 38-57.
  • Jahan, A. (2008). Teaching Speaking Skills at Tertiary Level in Bangladesh: An Empirical Investigation, Daffodil International University Journal of Business and Economics, 3(1), 155-171.
  • Rahman, M. R., & Jahan, A. (2007). Strengths and Weaknesses of Teaching Fluent Reading: A Study at the Tertiary Level in Bangladesh, Daffodil International University Journal of Business and Economics, 2(2), 155-167.
Training and Workshop

Participated Professional Training 

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

 

Conducted Training 

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


Conducted Workshop

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


Participated Workshop

  • A 3-day residential meeting and workshop for the project Engaging teachers in South Asia with research evidence: Improving English language learning in areas with poor access to resources, 2020 funded by the University of York, UK   from March 9 to 11, 2020 at Hotel Taj Samudra, Gale Road, Colombo, Sril Lanka.
  • Workshop on Creating and Using Rubrics, conducted by Dr. Sharmin Khan, San Jose State University, USA, January 16, 2019 at Canadian International University, Banani, Dhaka.
  • A 3-day Planning workshop conducted by Connecting Classroom Project, British Council, Dhaka from December 11 to 13,  2018 at Nazimgarh Wilderness Resort, Lalakhal, Sylhet.
  • Regional Curriculum Mapping Workshop, Phase -2, organized by the British Council, Sri Lanka, May 6- 11, 2013.
  • Regional Curriculum Mapping Workshop organized by the British Council, Sri Lanka, January 28- February 1, 2013.
  • Exploring Recent Practices in Teacher Development for ELT arranged by British Council-BELTA, December 2010.
  • Leadership skills in ELT arranged by BELTA and TESOL Arabia Leadership & Management SIG,BRAC Centre Inn, December 2- 3, 2010.
Received Research Grants
  • For the teacher training project, Partnered Remote Language Improvement (PRELIM), 2021 from the  British  Council,  IATEFL,  and  English UK on behalf of Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA).
  • For the research project, Online Education in Private Universities during Covid-19: Access, Equity and Quality, 2020 from the Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA).
  • For the research and teacher training project, Engaging teachers in South Asia with research evidence: Improving English language learning in areas with poor access to resources, 2020 from the Priming for ODA-Compliant Research (Global Challenges Research Fund) internal grant scheme of the University of York, UK. For more information, http://www.dyslexiaprojectsl.com/engaging-teachers-in-south-asia-with-research-evidence-improving-english-language-learning-in-areas-with-poor-access-to-resources-2020/
  • For the research projectInvestigating EAP Provision in South Asian Higher Education: Current Trends and Future Needs, 2019 from the British Council’s ELTRA. For more information, for more information http://www.dyslexiaprojectsl.com/investigating-eap-provision-in-south-asian-higher-education-current-trends-and-future-needs/
  • For the research and teacher training project, Connecting Underprivileged Children and Tertiary Students through Cross-Age Teaching: A Hand-in-hand ELT Approach, 2019-20 from A.S.Hornby Educational Trust Teacher Association Project Scheme managed by the British Council on behalf of Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA).
Scholarship and Sponsorship
  1. Sponsored invitation from the University of York, UK to participate in a 3-day residential meeting and workshop for a teacher training project in Colombo, Sri Lanka in 2020.
  2. Hornby Scholarship 2011-2012 for studying MA in Language Teaching: TESOL at the University of Lancaster, UK.
  3. Sponsored invitations to attend conferences and workshops from the British Council, UK (2010, 2012), India (2011), and Sri Lanka (2013).
  4. E-Teacher Scholarship for participating in an online teacher training course from the American Centre, Dhaka in 2010.
  5. General scholarship from Dhaka University for the MA results.
  6. Talent-pool scholarship from the Dhaka Education Board for the H. S. C results.
Publication

Rahman, R. & Islam, S. (2017). E-Resource Management in the Private University Libraries of Bangladesh: Perception of LIS Professionals. Proceedings of 1st International Conference on Transforming Library 2017. 1st International Conference on Transforming Library, Central Institute of Technology, Kokrajhar, 8-10 July 2017 (pp. 265-285).

Rahman, R. & Islam, S. (2017). Users Perception of E-resources in the Private University libraries of Bangladesh. Proceedings of Libraries Beyond Borders: Innovative Trends, Issues and Challenges in Knowledge Dissemination (ICLBB-2017). International Conference on Libraries Beyond Borders: Innovative Trends, Issues and Challenges in Knowledge Dissemination (ICLBB-2017), 18-19 August (pp.455-460). Vellore: Department of Library services, Christian Medical College.

Rahman, R. (2018). Users Perception of E-resources in the Private University Libraries of Bangladesh [Abstract]. Proceedings of the Bridging the Digital Divide: Role of Libraries & Information Centers with Special Reference to North Eastern Region. Paper presented at International Conference on Bridging the Digital Divide: Role of Libraries & Information Centers with Special Reference to North Eastern Region (pp. 20). Shillong: Shillong College.

Rahman, R. & Begum, B. (2019). Transformational Leadership Behavior Styles of Professionals in Private University Libraries of Bangladesh [Abstract]. Proceedings on the 1st International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management; “Next Generation Information and Knowledge Dissemination to realize the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development. Paper presented at International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management, 25-27 April (p. 30). BPATC, Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh: Department of Information Studies and Library Management, East West University and Bangladesh Public Administration Training Center (BPATC).

Hossain, T, Sumon, A. R. & Rahman, R (2019). Measuring the Progress towards Attaining the SDGs: Bangladesh Government’s Initiative of SDG Tracker [Abstract]. Proceedings on the 1st International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management; “Next Generation Information and Knowledge Dissemination to realize the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development. Paper presented at International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management, 25-27 April (p. 128). BPATC, Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh: Department of Information Studies and Library Management, East West University and Bangladesh Public Administration Training Center (BPATC).

Kumar, R and Rahman, R (2019). Faculty Perception, Adoption and Usage of Open Access Scholarly Publishing: Bibliometric Analysis from Last 10 years in Academia. Conference paper on Digital Landscape Digital Transformation for an Agile Environment, Paper presented at ICDL 2019: International Conference on Digital Landscape Digital Transformation for an Agile Environment, 6-8 November (pp. 472-480). New Delhi: TERI.

Kumar, R, Das, S and Rahman, R (2019). Mapping of Agriculture Research in Bangladesh: A Scientometric Analysis. Journal of Advanced Research in Library and Information Science, 6(2), 7-15.

Rahman, R (2020). Use of E-Resources in English Medium School Libraries of Bangladesh: A Study on Information Professionals [Abstract]. In 1st Multidisciplinary International Conference on the Social and Life Sciences. Paper presented at Multidisciplinary International Conference on the Social and Life Sciences, 27-29 February (p. ). Dhaka: East West University.

Rahman, R, Rahman, A, Kohinoor, S.K.B (2020). Prospects and Challenges of MOOCs in Bangladesh: A Study of Students and Academicians [Abstract]. In 1st Multidisciplinary International Conference on the Social and Life Sciences. Paper presented at Multidisciplinary International Conference on the Social and Life Sciences, 27-29 February (p. ). Dhaka: East West University.

International Publications

2021 Masum Billah & Trisha, N.J. "COVID-19 and Mental Health Impacts in Bangladesh: A Review of Empirical Evidence", Journal of Social Health, Vol. 4, Issue 2. pp 30-42. http://socialhealthjournal.org/2021/08/12/covid-19-and-mental-health-impacts-in-bangladesh-a-review-of-empirical-evidence/

2021 Huda, M.N., Masum Billah, Sharmin, S., Amanullah, A.S.M., & Hossin, M.Z. "Associations between family social circumstances and psychological distress among the university students of Bangladesh: To what extent do the lifestyle factors mediate?" BMC Psychology 980. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40359-021-00587-6 

2021 Arendse, N., Khan, A.R., Masum Billah, Ratele, K., & Islam, M.Z. "Seasonality of Suicide in Jhenaidah District, Bangladesh, 2011-2018", Journal of Social Health, Vol. 4, Issue 1. pp 64-75. http://socialhealthjournal.org/2021/02/23/seasonality-of-suicide-in-jhenaidah-district-bangladesh-2011-2018/

2020 Masum Billah, Sultana, S.E., & Kabir, M.H.M.I. “Exploring Challenges of Maternal Healthcare Utilization in Bangladesh: A Cross-sectional Survey in Saturia, Manikganj District”, Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development, Vol 11, No 4. pp 185-190. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijphrd.v11i4  

2019 Masum Billah, Gonzalez, P.A., & Delgado, R.C. "Patterns of mortality caused by natural disasters and human development level: A South Asian Analysis", Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp- 312-316. http://dx.doi.org/10.5958/0976-5506.2019.00307.3

2019 Masum Billah & Amanullah, ASM. "Returnee Migrants and HIV Infection in Bangladesh", International Advanced Research Journal in Science, Engineering and Technology, Vol. 6, Issue 8, pp- 56-61. https://iarjset.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/IARJSET.2019.6810.pdf

2018 Masum Billah, Gonzalez, P.A., & Delgado, R.C. "Analyzing disaster risk factors of cyclone survivors in Bangladesh", Journal of Indian Research, Vol. 6, No. 4, pp- 52-58. http://publichealthdisasters.eu/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/JIR-2018-DISASTER-52-58.pdf 

2018 Masum Billah & Hossain, M.A. "Media and Consumption Behavior of Urban Youth in Dhaka City", Journal of Indian Research, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp- 57-69. http://mujournal.mewaruniversity.in/JIR6/jan-march2018.pdf#page=63

2015 Masum Billah "Healthcare seeking practices of People Living with HIV and AIDS (PLHIV) in Bangladesh", HIV/AIDS Review, Elsevier, Vol.14, pp-114-118. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hivar.2015.05.001

Journal Publication
International
  1. A.R. Shah, “Preventing Abuse and Neglect of Parents in Bangladesh: From Religious Dogmas to Legislative Initiatives”  as a book chapter in “Elder Abuse and Neglect: In Selected Asian Countries”, University of Malaya Press, Page 89-109.
National
  1. Shah, Adity Rahman, “A Comparative Study of Common Law Jurisdictions on Exclusion Clause and its Ramifications on Consumer Rights: Bangladeshi Law in Context”, Bangladesh Journal of Law (2017), Vol. I  & II (June-December), Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs (BILIA), Page 169-200.
Conference & Seminars
  1. Shah, Adity Rahman , “The Concept of Sovereignty and the Never-ending Cycle of Colonization: Does South Asia Need New International Law to Protect its Citizens from the State-sponsored Aggression?”(30 December) presented in the Asian Law and Society Conference, 2018 (ALSA) organized by Faculty of Law, Bond University, Gold Coast, Australia, The Australian Network for Japanese Law (ANJeL) and the Asia Pacific Legal Institute of Australia (APLIA) (Sponsored by Cambridge University Press), Australia.
  2. Shah, Adity Rahman , “Does the Application of the Indigenous Concept of Criminality Help to Achieve a Right-Based Criminal Justice System? : A Critical Study of the Customary Penal Laws of the Garo and Santal Communities of Bangladesh“,(20 November) presented at the World Indigenous Law Conference 2018 organized by the Faculty of Law, University of Windsor and Sunchild Law, Canada.
  3.  Shah, Adity Rahman, The Impact of Cell-phone Towers on the Climate Change: A Legal and Policy Analysis of Bangladesh, India and Pakistan(15th February, 2018) presented at the 2nd International Conference on Climate Change organized by the University of Colombo and the Colorado State University of USA at Colombo.
  4.  Shah, Adity Rahman, “Preventing  Abuse and Neglect of Parents in Bangladesh: From Religious dogmas to legislative initiatives(at 14th September,2017) presented at ASEAN Regional Conference on Elder Abuse & Neglect , 2017 organized by Sub-GC 5, Prevent Elder Abuse & Neglect Initiative (Peace) Law and Faculty of Law, University of Malaya , Malaysia.
  5.  Seminar titled , “Say No to Sexual Harassment” jointly organized by the Bangladesh National Women Lawyers’ Association (BNWLA) , UN Women Bangladesh and East West University, Faculty of Law , Bangladesh  .
Other

1.Shah, Adity Rahman,”Challenges for the existing filial laws”, Law and Our Rights, Daily Star, http://www.thedailystar.net/law-our-rights/law-analysis/challenges-the-existing-1457455

2. Shah, Adity Rahman ,”Rights of the Indigenous Woman Under the Legal Framework of BD: Paucity and Perplexity”, Law and Justice, Daily Observer,  http://www.observerbd.com/details.php?id=88932

3. Participated in the “Climate Change and Sustainability Forum 2018: Bridging the Gaps in Research, Policy and Industry” organized by the University of Colombo and the Colorado State University of USA at Colombo, Sri Lanka , 17th February, 2018.

4. Participated in the Workshop on Research and Legal Writing conducted by the Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs (BILIA) on 10th and 12th May, 2018.

5. Worked as academic translator in the “Strengthening the Rule of Law Programme” implemented by the  National Center for State Courts (NCSC) under a Grant Agreement funded by the Counterterrorism  Bureau of the U.S. Department of State.

Journal Publication
International

Chan, G. J., Stuart, E. A., Zaman, M. Z., Mahmud, A. A., Baqui, A. H., & Black, R. E. (2014). The effect of intrapartum antibiotics on early-onset neonatal sepsis in Dhaka, Bangladesh: a propensity score matched analysis. BMC pediatrics, 14(1), 104.

Kabir. R., & Sultana. M. Z. (2017). “Adolescents’ and their Mothers: Understanding the Needs”. The International Journal of Indian Psychology. 4(3) 97, P.51-61, DIP:18.01.007/2017040.

Sultana, M. Z., & Kabir, M. R. Integration of Health Care and Social Support in Specialized School for Children with Autism: A Case Study from Dhaka City. Society & Change. Vol. XIII, No.2, April-June 2019. ISSN: 1997-1052 (Print), 227-202X (Online)


Conference & Seminars

Sultana MZ. Master of Population, Reproductive Health, Gender and Development of East West University: The first ever multidisciplinary graduate programme focusing reproductive health in a comprehensive approach in Bangladesh. 2ndInternational Conference on Global Public Health 2014, Development Agenda at Crossroads, 3rd-4th July 2014 at Negombo, Srilanka. (2014)

Sultana MZ. Sexual & Reproductive Health and Rights: How much the undergraduate students know? International Conference on Innovating Education in Asia, on 31st October to 2nd November 2015 held at Hans Raj College, Delhi University, New Delhi, India. (2015).

Sultana MZ. Investing in Young People. Bangladesh Summit on Sustainable Development 2014, Mission for 100 Years, 16th -19thAugust 2014, Dhaka, Bangladesh. (2014)

Sultana MZ. Awareness regarding Swine flu among the students of the Dhaka University. 42nd APACPH Conference, held at Bali International Convention Center, Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia on 24-27 November 2010.



Publications
  1. Hussain R. (2021). Information Economy, Employment Vulnerability, and the Emergence of New Urban Marginality in Dhaka City, Bangladesh. In: Huong L.T.T., Pomeroy G.M. (eds) AUC 2019. Advances in 21st Century Human Settlements. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-5608-1_40
  2. Hussain, R. (2019). City, Informality and Poverty: The Polarization of the Street Vendors in Dhaka City, Bangladesh. Italian Sociological Review,9 (3), PP.413-430. [DOI: 10.13136/isr.yi3.249]
  3. Hussain, R & Yesmin, T.S, (2018), Unusual and unnecessary C-Section practices in Bangladesh: Violation of respect for autonomy principle and absence of social equity in health care system.  Social Science Review, The Dhaka University Studies, Part-D, Volume 35, Number-2, December 2018, PP 247-260, ISSN 1562-269X.
  4. Pervin I, Hussain, R (2018), Web Technology and the Changing Pattern of Relationship: A Study on Urban Youth in Dhaka City, International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science (IJRISS) |Volume II, Issue XII, December 2018|ISSN 2454-6186
  5. Yesmin, T.S, Hussain, R. (2018). Child Murder Issues in Bangladesh: Reasoning from Socio-Ethical Observation. ‘Society and Change’ a Social Science Journal Vol. XII, No.2, April-June 2018, ISSN :1997-1052 (Print), 227-202X (Online): pp37-48.
  6. Hussain, Rasel (2015); The Emerging Digital Culture of Bangladesh: Problems and Prospects; Journal of Philosophy, Culture and Religion; ISSN 2422-8443; An International Peer-reviewed Journal; Vol.6, 2015, P: 18-24.
  7. Hussain,Saha, Rabbani, Pervin, Shamma & Khan (2015); State and the Low Cost Housing for the Poor: Fall of BashentekRehabilitation Project (BRP) in Dhaka City: Bangladesh; Journal of Education and Practice; ISSN 2222-1735 (Paper), ISSN 2222-288X (Online); Vol.6, No.13, 2015
  8. Saha, Hussain, Rabbani, Pervin, Shamma & Khan (2015); Anti-pornography Act (2012) and the Current Behavior, Knowledge Status and Opinion poll: A study on the Students of University of Dhaka; Journal of Law, Policy and Globalization, ISSN 2224-3240 (Paper) ISSN 2224-3259 (Online)Vol.36, 2015
  9.  Hussain, Rasel (2014); The Hidden Misery of the Marginal group of People: The Case of Street Vendors in Dhaka City; writerscafe.org
Book Publications
  1. Hussain, Rasel (2015); State, Informality and Urban Marginality: The miseries of street vendors; LAP (Lambert Academia Publishing); ISBN:978-3-659-67628-4.66121, Saarbrucken, Deutschland/Germany.
Conference and Seminar
  1. Hussain, R. (2021). Child marriage and school dropout in Bangladesh during Covid-19: Challenges for youth education sustainability. China and Higher education conference (ChinaHE21 Hong Kong Session). Education and SDGs: Promoting Quality Education for All. Organized by Manchester University in collaboration with Lingnan University. Hong Kong, 6th December.
  2. Shova, T.Y, Hussain, R. (2021). Integration and recognition of Asian Immigrants: A critical Exposition on Will Kymlicka's Polyethnic Rights. The 12th International Convention of Asia Scholars: Creating a Global Future.  Kyoto, Japan, 24-28 Aug 2021. https://www.eventscribe.net/2021/ICAS12/agenda.asp?BCFO=M&pfp=Browse%20By%20Day&tn=&cpf2=&cus2=&pta=&all=1&mode=
  3. Hussain, R. (2021). Information Economy, Employment Vulnerability and the Development of New Urban Marginality: A Case of Bangladesh. Postgraduate Conference on Interdisciplinary Learning: Re-Imagining Postgraduate Studies in the 21st Century and Beyond. 26-27 March 2021. Organized by Lingnan University, School of Graduate Studies & University Grants Committee. Tuen Mun, Hong Kong.
  4. Hussain, R., Shimul, S.M.A.K (2021). Women and the Transition across State Boundaries: The Warps and Woofs of National Labor Exporting Policies of Bangladesh and the Reality. ESA RN 35 “Sociology of Migration” – Midterm Conference. Towards Reflexivity in Migration Studies. Knowledge Production in Times of Contested Politics and Post-Colonial Dynamics. 21-22 January 2021. In collaboration with the IMISCOE Standing Committee “Reflexivities in Migration Studies”.
  5. Hussain, R. (2020). Challenges, Opportunities, and Responses to and by Higher Education institute amid the COVID-19 Pandemic, Higher Education Research(CHER,2020), “Innovations of Higher Education Amid that Pandemic: Institutional Management, Teaching, and Research Perspectives” Organized by Lingnan University and Co-Organized by University of Bath & Durham University. Lingnan University, Tuen Mun, Hong Kong, 13-14 November 2020.
  6. Hussain, Rasel (2020), Online Intolerance: Netizens Responsibility, Organized by East West University Telecommunications Club in collaboration with 'Move Foundation', 02 March 2020, CCC Lobby (EWU), Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  7. Khan, A.R, Hussain, Rasel (2020). ‘’Pathways of the Studies on Men and Masculinities in Bangladesh’’, Multidisciplinary International Conference on the Social and Life Sciences; Gender, Health, Information and the EnvironmentThe Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (FLASS) in collaboration with Life Sciences, East West University, February 27-29, 2020
  8. Hussain, Rasel (2019).''Information Economy, Employment vulnerability and the Emergence of New Urban Marginality in Dhaka City, Bangladesh''.15th International Asian Urbanization Conference in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 27-30th November 2019.
  9. Hussain, Rasel (2019), Women Health Issue: Reproductive Health (ARH) and Rights, Organized by East West University Sociology Club, 01 August 2019, CCC Lobby (EWU), Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  10. Hussain, Rasel, Shova, T.Y (2019). ‘’Inclination of Suicide among the University Students of Bangladesh: A Socio-Moral Investigation’’ The 1st International Conference on Social Sciences and Law, Faculty of Social Sciences and Faculty of Law, University of Barishal on15-16 March 2019.
  11. Hussain, Rasel (2018). ‘’ The Alienation of Bachelor in the Metropolitan Areas: A Case of Dhaka City, Bangladesh’ ’The 1st National Conference on ‘’ Contemporary Changes in Bangladesh Society’’, Department of Sociology, East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh held on May 12, 2018
  12.  Hussain, Rasel (2018), ‘’ Information Economy and the New Urban Marginality in Dhaka City, Bangladesh’’. International Conference on ‘South Asian Sociology & Beyond’, Department of Sociology, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh, held on 19-20th January 2018.
  13.  Hussain, Rasel, Shova, T.Y (2017) “Child Murder Issue in Bangladesh: Reasoning from Socio-Ethical Observation”. Insearch 2017: 4th International Integrative Research Conference at Bangladesh Academy for Rural Development (BARD), Comilla, Bangladesh held on 18-19 December 2017.
Award, Fellowship, Membership

1.Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme (HKPFS),  PhD Fellow at Lingnan University, Department of Sociology and Social Policy. Tuenmun, Hong Kong. 

2. Hong Kong Sociological Association (2021-2022)


Academic Journal

International

“The Razakar Discourse: Cultural Movement, Resistance and Bangladeshi Nationalism” Ed. Shakur, T. and Highet, K., Imaging South Asian Culture in Non-English: Reconstructing Popular Textual and Visual Presentations, Special Issue, SACS, UK, 2018: 111-122

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

National

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

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


Seminar/ Conference / Workshop / Short Course

International Conference

1. “Women's Movement in Bangladesh: Sexual Violence in Fiction and Reality”, Centre for English Studies, Central University of Gujarat, International Conference on 'Women and Sectarian Violence in South Asia: Fiction and Reality,' 9-10 November 2017, Gandhinagar, India.

2. "Women’s Movement in Bangladesh against Sexual Violence: A Transnational Feminist Perspective” International Conference on ‘Redrawing Gender Boundaries in Literary Terrains’, 18-19 May 2017. Department of English and Humanities, Brac University. Dhaka.

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

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

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

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

7. “Reading Orientalism and Patriarchy” Department of English, Jadavpur University, India, ‘Other Voices, Other Cultures: Reading Orientalism’, 2004.


National / Local Conference/ Seminar

1. “The Dhaka Lit Fest”, discussant at the daylong conference on ‘Dhaka: A Cultural City’ organized by the Centre for Urban Studies (CUS) at the Bangla Academy, Dhaka, 13 May 2017. 

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

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

 4. “Women Writing in English from Bangladesh” Department of English, East West University, 3rd International Conference on 'Democracy, the “New World Order” and English Studies’, October 2008.

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

6. “Women in Brecht’s Plays” Department of English, University of Dhaka and Goethe Institute, on the occasion of Bertol Brecht’s birthday, 1997.


Workshop/ Short Course

1. Workshop on “Rethinking Research Methodology”, conducted by Professor Raka Ray (Dean, of Social Science, UC Berkley) organized by Brac University, ENH, 10-15th January 2016.  

2. Workshop on “Literary Research”, conducted by Dr. Poulomi Saha (Department of English, UC Berkley), organized by Department of English, Brac University, 2015.

3. Literary Workshop, 2nd Phase, DTC, ULAB, 15-19 May 2015. With the Bengal Lights and Comma Press.

4. Literary Workshop, 1st Phase, DTC, ULAB, 15-19 November 2014. Organized by the British Centre for Literary Translation affiliated with the University of East Anglia, and English PEN.

5. Training Workshop on Research Methods (for English Faculty Members), Centre for Research and Training, East West University, 22 August -5 October 2013.

6. “The Role of Gender in EFL Classrooms in the Tertiary Level: Case Studies of East West University and American International University-Bangladesh.” The 8th Asia TEFL International Conference, Hanoi, Vietnam; 6-8 August 2010. Joint Paper Presentation with Dr. Faheem Hasan Shahed.

7. ACLALS 2004, Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies, 13th International Triennial, ‘Nation and Imagination: The Changing Commonwealth’, 4-9 August 2004, Hyderabad, India.

8. Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR), 11th Annual International Conference for Students, University of Harvard and Macquarie University; Workshop on ‘Traditions and Transformations: Evolving Perspectives on Asia’, 15-18 August 2002, Sydney, Australia.

9. Workshop on ‘Postcolonial Literatures’ by Ms. Sharmila Sen, Associate Professor, Department of English Language and Literature, Harvard University, English Department of BRAC University, Dhaka, 2001.

10. A short course in ‘Art Appreciation’, Bishya Shahitya Kendro, 1999.


Book


Nusrat, Masrufa Ayesha. Celebration and Other Stories. Dhaka: Pathak Shamabesh, 2015. Print. (an anthology of translated short stories by contemporary women writers from Bangladesh)

Book Review

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

Entry in Literary Encyclopedia

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

Literary Journal / Web Zine

International

“The Limits of Love” Trans. Masrufa Ayesha Nusrat and the DTC team, Bengal Lights, Summer 2015: 39-59. (Translation of Shaheen Akter’s short story “Bhalobashar Poridhi”)

“Furfuri’s Innocent Meal” Trans. Masrufa Ayesha Nusrat, The Missing Slate, Web. 21 February 2014. (Translation of Anwar Shahadat’s short story)

“Revenge” Trans. Masrufa Ayesha Nusrat, The Missing Slate, Web. 18 April 2013. (Translation of Papree Rahman’s short story)

“Annihilation” Trans. Masrufa Ayesha Nusrat, parabaas.com, Web. 20 April 2011. (Translation of Anwara Syed Haq’s short story)



Contribution in Anthology

International

"Pagli", Ed. Niaz Zaman. The Demoness: The Best Bangladeshi Short Stories 1971-2021. Aleph, 2021. (Translation of a short story by Anwara Syed Huq)

“The Circle” Ed. Pushpita Alam and Arunava Sinha. The Book of Dhaka. London and Dhaka: Comma Press and Bengal Lights. 2016. (Translation of a short story by Moinul Ahsan Saber)

National

“Dark Lucky, Fair Lucky”, Gantha Miscellany, Ed. Niaz Zaman. Dhaka: writersink, 2019, pp. 135- 145. (translation of Shahnaz Munni’s short story)

"The Frog Eater". The Woman Who Ate Cooking Pots: Selected Short Stories, Ed. Niaz Zaman. Dhaka: Bengal Publications, 2018, pp.79-82. (translation of Jahanara Naushin’s short story)

"The Veil of Darkness". The Woman Who Ate Cooking Pots: Selected Short Stories,Ed. Niaz Zaman, Dhaka: Bengal Publications, 2018, pp. 63-70. (translation of Jahanara Naushin’s short story)

“Nine Months in Agartala” Ed. Niaz Zaman and Razia Sultana Khan. Stories from the Edge: Personal Narratives of the Liberation War, Dhaka: Bengal Publications. 2017. 73-81. (A war narrative based on my mother’s experience of the liberation war of Bangladesh)

“The Velvet Dress” translated jointly in Bengali with Jharna Rahman, Ed. Niaz Zaman and Papree Rahman. Alice Munror Nirbachito Golpo. Dhaka: Moula Brothers. 2016. 187-199. (The original story “The Red Velvet Dress” is by Alice Munroe)

“The Disappearance of Gopal Maker” Ed. Niaz Zaman. Spiders and Other Stories. Dhaka: writers.ink, 2016. 130-142. (Translation of a short story in a collection by Saleha Choudhury)

“The Evening Mask” Ed. Niaz Zaman, A Temporary Sojourn and Other Stories. Dhaka: UPL, 2015. 122-126. (Translation of a short story in a collection by Nasreen Jahan)

“Girl Becomes Woman” Ed. Niaz Zaman, A Temporary Sojourn and Other Stories. Dhaka: UPL, 2015. 1-7. (Translation of a short story in a collection of Nasreen Jahan)

“Fairytales of Chorbhodrashon” Ed. Niaz Zaman, Lilies, Lanterns, Lullabies. Dhaka: writers.ink, 2014. 13-20. (Translation of a short story in a collection by Papree Rahman)

“Celebration” Ed. Niaz Zaman, Lilies, Lanterns, Lullabies. Dhaka: writers.ink, 2014. 45-57. (Translation of a short story in a collection by Papree Rahman)

“Revenge” Ed. Niaz Zaman, Lilies, Lanterns, Lullabies. Dhaka: writers.ink, 2014. 21-30. (Translation of a short story in a collection by Papree Rahman)

“Wise Woman and the Magic Mirror” Ed. Niaz Zaman, The Dawn of the Waning Moon. Dhaka: writers.ink, 2012. 75-85. (Translation of a short story in a collection by Jharna Rahman)

“I Watch the Horses” Ed. Niaz Zaman, The Dawn of the Waning Moon. Dhaka: writers.ink, 2012. 95-103. (Translation of a short story in a collection by Jharna Rahman)

“Pagli” Ed. Niaz Zaman. Writing Across Borders, Dhaka: IBCI and writers. ink. 2008. 135-146. (Translation of a short story by Anwara Syed Haq)

“The Photograph” Ed. Niaz Zaman. Under the Krishnachura Tree: Fifty Years of Bangladeshi Writing, Dhaka: UPL, 2004. 167-183. (Translation of a short story by Shahed Ali)

Reviewer / Editorial Board Member / Editor

Journal Reviewer

Spectrum: Journal of the Department of English, Special Centenary Issue, Volume (16), 2021 


Editorial Board Member

Transcript: An e-journal of Literary and Cultural 


Editor

Editor, The East West University Quarterly, Spring 2015 to Spring 2018 






Supervisor / External of MA Thesis Defense

External 

1. MA Thesis - Visual Culture, Literature, and Poetry ( Brac University)

2. MA Thesis - Americal Literature: The Catcher in the Rye (Brac University)

Supervisor

Momena Rahman Keya, Fantastic Women in Tahmima Anam’s Novels: Breaking Stereotypes, January 2018, MA Thesis, East West University

Selected Journal Articles

Publication in International Journal:

Jahan, MN, (2020), Analyzing Child Rape in Bangladesh: A Socio-Legal Perspective, International Annals of Criminology, Volume 58, Issue 1, Cambridge University Press, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/cri.2020.20

Jahan, M.N., Medical Malpractice in Bangladesh: Behind the Mist of Corona Pandemic," An Untold Loss by Corona, N.B. Publications, Kunal Books, pg 29-48, 2020, ISBN: 978-93-89234-90-9.

Jahan, MN, (2018), The Doctrine of Superior Responsibility in The Trials of International Crimes: A Comparative Study of The International Crimes Tribunals of Bangladesh and Other Jurisdictions, European Journal of Law and Political Sciences, Vol 1, 2018, pp. 6-19, Premier Publishing, Vienna, ISSN 2310-5712.

Publication in National Journal:

Jahan, MN, (2021), Radicalization, Terrorism and Counter Terrorism Approach in Bangladesh, Counter Terrorism Journal, Counter Terrorism & Transnational Crime (CTTC), Dhaka Metropolitan Police, Volume 1, Number 1, Pathak Shamabesh, Bangladesh, ISSN: 2710-4710.

Jahan, M.N., (co-author), Principles of Natural Justice, Its Prospects and Application in Bangladesh: A Critical Analysis, City University Journal, Volume 2, Number 1, 2016, ISSN 2412-282.

Web Journal:

Monira Nazmi Jahan, (2020), Stricter surveillance required on global militant activities online, South Aisa Monitor, published on August 19, 2020. Available at https://southasiamonitor.org/open-forum/stricter-surveillance-required-global-militant-activities-online

Monira Nazmi Jahan, (2020), Humanity in exile: Time for a new world order, South Aisa Monitor, published on July 24, 2020. Available at https://southasiamonitor.org/open-forum/humanity-exile-time-new-world-order

Monira Nazmi Jahan, (2020), Why terrorism eludes definition? South Aisa Monitor, published on June 6, 2020.

Monira Nazmi Jahan, (2020), US-Taliban peace deal: Peace for whom? South Asia Monitor, Published on April 13, 2020. available at https://southasiamonitor.org/spotlight/us-taliban-peace-deal-peace-whom

Monira Nazmi Jahan, (2020), With laws, more social awareness needed to curb child pornography in South Asia, South Asia Monitor, published on March 20, 2020, available at http://www.southasiamonitor.org/spotlight/laws-more-social-awareness-needed-curb-child-pornography-south-asia

Monira Nazmi Jahan, (2020), Break the taboo of rape from society, South Asia Monitor, published on March 15, 2020, available at http://www.southasiamonitor.org/open-forum/break-taboo-rape-society?


Selected Conference Paper

1. Jahan, MN, (2019), Rape of Female Child: Bangladesh Perspective, presented at The 19th World Congress of The International Society of Criminology, (held on 28-30 October, 2019), jointly organized by The International Society of Criminology, Qatar University, UNODC, Police College Qatar, Law College Qatar, held at Ritz Carlton Hotel, Doha, Qatar.

2.  Jahan, MN, (2019), Legal Provisions on Child Pornography in Bangladesh: A Comparative Study On South Asian Landscape, presented at the International Conference on Criminal Law and Victims of Crime, (held on 24-25 October, 2019), organized by World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, held at Bali, Indonesia.

3.  Jahan, MN, (2019), Examining Child Rape Provisions in Bangladesh in Comparison with Other South Asian Countries, presented at the International Conference on Criminology, Penal Law and Crime, (held on 19-20 August, 2019), organized by World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, held at Bangkok, Thailand.

4. Jahan, MN, (2018), Bangladesh-India Maritime Delimitation: Significance of the Arbitral Award from the International Law Perspectives, presented at the 2nd International Conference on 'International Law', (held on 29-31 March, 2018), organized bythe Department of Law, East West University, organizing partner, NILS Bangladesh, Media Partners- Lawyersclubbangladesh.com and Radio Dhol 94.0 FM, held at Nausher Ali Lecture Gallery, East West University, Bangladesh.


Keynote Speaker in Seminars

1. Jahan, MN, presented a paper on the third series of "Meet the Legal Minds" titled " Social Media and Cyber Crime" titled " Explaining Criminological Theories Behind Social Media Related Cyber Crimes" on 16.10.2018, organized by the Department of Law, East West University.

2. Jahan, MN, presented a paper on the second series of "Meet the Legal Minds" titled " সন্ত্রাসবাদের দায় কার?"titled "The Reasons Behind Radicalization on Terrorism and Possible Remedies: A Criminological Perspective" on 01.02.2018, organized by the Department of Law, East West University.

Selected Newspaper Op-Ed

 

Monira Nazmi Jahan, (2021), েকন থামেছ না িকেশার  অপরাধ? Why juvenile delinquency is not stopping? Dhaka Post, published on March 12, 2021. Available at https://cutt.ly/ont9Ath

Monira Nazmi Jahan, Violence against women, is on the rise, “নারী নির্যাতন বেড়েই চলেছে”, The Daily Ittefaq, published on March 10, 2021, Available at https://rb.gy/kvcesa

Monira Nazmi Jahan, Wake up mother, daughter, bride, wife, sister! “জাগো মাতা, কন্যা, বধূ, জায়া, ভগ্নী!” Bangla Tribune, published on March 8, 2021. Available at https://rb.gy/1ma1jc

Monira Nazmi Jahan, (2021), সাইবার অপরাধ িনয়�েণ আসেব িকভােব? How to control cybercrime? Dhaka Post, published on February 23, 2021. Available at https://www.dhakapost.com/opinion/13056

Monira Nazmi Jahan, (2020), ইয়াসমিন ট্র্যাজেডির ২৫ বছর: ধর্ষণ কমেছে নাকি বেড়েছে? দৈনিক বাংলাদেশ প্রতিদিন, published on August 29, 2020, available at https://www.bd-pratidin.com/open-air-theater/2020/08/29/561412?fbclid=IwAR36M-DpWZ4_trTQHZcBUnbqbE3V4G3hyEKiV6pX2jkL2_1xzPBDj-I47SM 

Monira Nazmi Jahan, (2020), বৈশ্বিক জঙ্গিবাদ ও বাংলাদেশ, দৈনিক ভোরের কাগজ, published on August 19, 2020. Available at https://www.bhorerkagoj.com/2020/08/18/%e0%a6%ac%e0%a7%88%e0%a6%b6%e0%a7%8d%e0%a6%ac%e0%a6%bf%e0%a6%95-%e0%a6%9c%e0%a6%99%e0%a7%8d%e0%a6%97%e0%a6%bf%e0%a6%ac%e0%a6%be%e0%a6%a6-%e0%a6%93-%e0%a6%ac%e0%a6%be%e0%a6%82%e0%a6%b2%e0%a6%be/?fbclid=IwAR2NkI-yADdSkum5k5-xssi9MgL2Vb3JiOagiM0cpZd32mTJ5S01O-2LuaA 

Monira Nazmi Jahan, (2020), নির্বাসনে মানবতা : বিপন্ন সভ্যতাদৈনিক আমাদের সময়, published on July 20, 2020. Available at Page link

Monira Nazmi Jahan, (2020), Terrorist radicalization: Difficult to detect, The Daily Asian Agepublished on July 10, 2020, available at https://dailyasianage.com/news/234908/terrorist-radicalization--difficult-to-detect?fbclid=IwAR0fr9h-MH-o4H4ygpZ4uFtKlpTni2kOwR1JX40s6Jav3OsqSQZRkgZGpeQ 

Monira Nazmi Jahan, (2020), হলি আর্টিজান: বিষাদের এক কালো অধ্যায়, দৈনিক বাংলাদেশ প্রতিদিনpublished on July 01, 2020, available at https://www.bd-pratidin.com/open-air-theater/2020/07/01/544221?fbclid=IwAR3qk7tLcCghXdEmlPRhTa8QQF0EEJ3iLtMGf69ZK4m2aQq7peOP1kwebrY 

Monira Nazmi Jahan, (2020), “সবার উপরে মানুষ সত্য,” দৈনিক বাংলাদেশ প্রতিদিন, published on June 22, 2020, available at page link

Monira Nazmi Jahan, (2020), মহামারীতেও থেমে নেই জঙ্গিগোষ্ঠির চক্রান্তbdnews24.com, published on June 14, 2020. Available at Page link

Monira Nazmi Jahan, (2020), Pandemics: Always accompanied by rumours, The Daily Observer, published on April 3, 2020, available at page link

Monira Nazmi Jahan, (2020), মার্কিন-তালেবান শান্তিচুক্তি:কার শান্তির সম্ভাবনা কতটুকু? Jagonews24.com, published on May 3, 2020. available at Page link

Monira Nazmi Jahan, (2020), মহামারীর সংক্রমন বনাম গুজবের আক্রমন, দৈনিক যুগান্তর, published on March 30, 2020, available at Page link

Monira Nazmi Jahan, (2020), Child pornography: Curse for civilization, The Daily Asian Age, published on January 17, 2020, available at https://dailyasianage.com/news/214437/child-pornography-curse-for-civilization

Republished from Njus International, available at https://www.njus.me/int/news/news/0/18078463/child-pornography-curse-for-civilization

Monira Nazmi Jahan, (2020), Stop Rape: Ensure Justice, The Daily Sun, published on, January 13, 2020, available at https://www.daily-sun.com/post/453985/Stop-Rape:-Ensure-Justice

Monira Nazmi Jahan, (2019), Time to properly use forensic law, The New Age, published on December 24, 2019, available at https://www.newagebd.net/article/94442/time-to-properly-use-forensic-law

Monira Nazmi Jahan, (2019), Child Rape: Only Punishment Enough? The Daily Observer, published on November 20, available at https://www.observerbd.com/details.php?id=229102

Journal Publication

  • Sultana, M. Z., & Kabir, R. (2019). Integration of Health Care and Social Support in Specialized School for Children with Autism: A Case Study from Dhaka City. Society & Change. 13(2), 41-51.
  • Kabir. R., & Sultana. M. Z. (2017). “Adolescents’ and their Mothers: Understanding the Needs”. The International Journal of Indian Psychology. 4(3) 97, P.51-61, DIP:18.01.007/2017040.
Conference & Seminars

Conference

  • Sultana, M. Z., & Kabir, R. (2018, December). Integration of Health Care and Social Support in Specialized School for Children with Autism: A Case Study from Dhaka City. Paper presented at the 5th International Integrative Research Conference on Governance and Modernization in Changing Environment.  BARD, Bangladesh.
  • Kabir, R. (2017, April). Using Drama Technique to Engage University Students in Course Work. International Conference on Studies in Business Management, Law and Education (SMBLE-17). P.415-419. Kyoto, Japan.
  • Kabir, R. (2017, April). Awareness of Apt Computer Use and Hazards among University Students in Dhaka. International Conference on Studies in Business Management, Law and Education (SMBLE-17). P.420-424. Kyoto, Japan.
  • Kabir, R., & Sultana, M. Z. (2017, February). Addressing Adolescents’ Problems: The Need of the Hour. Presented paper at the International Conference on Knowledge Transfer. Dhaka. P.37.
  • Sultana, M.Z. & Kabir. R (2016, December). Prevalence of Obesity among University Students. Presented paper at the International Conference on Envisioning Our Common Future. Dhaka. P. 99.
  • Kabir, R. (2015, October). Computer Related Ergonomic Risk Factors among University students in Bangladesh. Presented paper at the International Conference on Innovating Education in Asia; New Delhi. P.40.

Seminar

  • Organized a seminar and poster exhibition on World Mental Health Day 2019. Also, presented a paper titled ‘Psychological aspects of Bullying Suicide’ at the seminar.
  • Organized a seminar and poster exhibition on World Mental Health Day 2018. Also, presented a paper titled ‘Young people and mental health in a changing world: Stress and Coping’ at the seminar.
  • Conducted a seminar on “Impact of Training Program on Awareness and Practice of Computer Ergonomics among Academic Staff”. at East West University Center for Research and Training (EWUCRT). Bangladesh.
  • Conducted seminar on “Cognitive Behavioral Therapy”. East West University Environment and Social Club (EWUESC, Mind Gym).
Journal Article

2021 Huda MN, Uddin H, Hasan MK, Malo JS, Duong MC & Rahman MA. Examining Bangladesh’s responses to COVID-19 in light of Vietnam: Lessons learned. Global Biosecurity, 2021; 3(1).

https://jglobalbiosecurity.com/articles/10.31646/gbio.123/ 

2021 Mostafizur Rahman, Helal Uddin, Lutfun Nahar Lata & Jalal Uddin "Associations of forms of intimate partner violence with low birth weight in India: findings from a population-based Survey"
The Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine,

https://doi.org/10.1080/14767058.2021.1940129 

2021 Anisur Rahman Khan, S.M. Anowarul Kayes Shimul & Helal Uddin. "Demographic Risk Factors and Motives of Male Suicide in Bangladesh: A Retrospective Content Analysis." Acta Counseling and Humanities, 1(2), 66–80. https://doi.org/10.46637/ach.v1i2.7  

https://ach.idcounselor.com/index.php/ach/article/view/7 

2021     Jalal Uddin, Zobayer, Helal Uddin & Andrew Tatch. "Family resilience and protective factors promote flourishing and school engagement among US children amid developmental disorder and adverse psychosocial exposure." Sociological Spectrum. 

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/02732173.2021.1875089?src=

2020     Uddin, Jalal, Najwa Alharbi, Helal Uddin, Belal Hossain, Serra S. Hatipoglu, Leann D. Long, and April P. Carson. “Parenting Stress and Family Resilience Affect the Association of Adverse Childhood Experiences with Children’s Mental Health and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder” Journal of Affective Disorders. 272 (2020): 104-109

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jad.2020.03.132

2020     Uddin, Jalal., Helal Uddin, & Mostafizur Rahman. “Association of women’s occupation with actual and ideal number of children in Bangladesh: a case of role incompatibility”. Demography and Social Economy. 2(40): 139-154

https://doi.org/10.15407/dse2020.02.139

Manuscripts under review 

Uddin, H. Zobayer Ahmmad & Jalal Uddin. (2021). Racial-ethnic Disparities in Adolescent Obesity in the United States: The Effect of Cumulative Social Risk Varies by Race-ethnicity. Journal of Immigrant & Minority Health

Uddin, H., Jalal Uddin, Masum Billah, Monir Hossain. (2021). Family resilience and connection protects child flourishing and school engagement against adverse childhood experiences. Child Abuse & Neglect

Jalal Uddin, Helal Uddin, Gargya Malla, Lutfun Nahar Lata, D. Leann Long, Elizabeth H. Baker, April P. Carson. (2021). Adverse Childhood Experience and Children’s Mental Health: Separate versus Cumulative Risk Models and Potential Mediating Mechanisms. JAMA Psychiatry

Public Sociology

Public Sociology

..... (2019, February 1). Socioeconomic determinants and elderly mental health in Bangladesh. The Daily Observer, Dhaka, Bangladesh, pp. 7 https://www.observerbd.com/details.php?id=181010

…… (2018, October 11). State of young mental health in Bangladesh. The Daily Observer, Dhaka, Bangladesh, pp. 7. https://www.observerbd.com/details.php?id=162597

…… (2018, October 7). World teacher’s day and thinking of teaching. The Daily Observer, Dhaka, Bangladesh, pp. 6. https://www.observerbd.com/details.php?id=161945

…… (2018, September 6). Endangered Reserved Forest and Our Liability. The Daily Observer, Dhaka Bangladesh, pp. 6. https://www.observerbd.com/details.php?id=156870

……. (2017, March 21). The principle of Sustainable Development: Ensured Natural Purified Source of Water. (In Bengali), AbashanNews24.Com. Retrieved from http://www.abashannews24.com/post_details.php?id=5045

Book Review

Book Review 

..... (2019, April 27). Buddhist Nationalism Rohingya Crisis and Contemporary Politics, (edi) Asif Bin Ali and Sabbir Ahmed. The Daily Observer, Dhaka, Bangladesh, pp. 14. https://www.observerbd.com/details.php?id=195002

Translation Work: English to Bangla

Translation Work: English to Bangla 

Khondker, H., Chowdhury, K & Uddin, H., et al. (2016-2021). Global Dialogue (In Bengali). International Sociological Association (ISA), Vol. 6.3, 6.4, 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 11.1. 11.2, 11.3

https://globaldialogue.isa-sociology.org/

Conferences and Seminars

Conferences and Seminars 

Paper Presenter, “Racial-ethnic Disparities in Adolescent Obesity in the United States: The Effect of Cumulative Social Risk Varies by Race-ethnicity”, In: 2021 American Sociological Association (ASA) Annual Meeting (Virtual), (6-10 August 2021)

Paper Presenter, “Family resilience and connection protects child flourishing and school engagement against adverse childhood experiences”, In: 2021 American Sociological Association (ASA) Annaul Meeting (Virtual), (6-10 August 2021)

Paper Presenter, “Adverse Childhood Experience and Children’s Mental Health: Separate versus Cumulative Risk Models and Potential Mediating Mechanisms”, In: 2021 American Sociological Association (ASA) Annual Meeting (Virtual), (6-10 August 2021)

Paper Presenter “Association of women’s occupation with actual and ideal number of children in Bangladesh: a case of role incompatibility”, In: ASA Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA. (8 July, 2020)

Paper Presenter, “Parenting stress and family resilience affect the association of adverse childhood experiences with children’s mental health and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder”, In: First Multidisciplinary International Conference on the Social and Life Sciences (ICSL 2020), East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh, (27-29th February, 2020)

Paper Presenter, “Demographic Risk Factors and Motives of Male Suicide in Bangladesh, 2018-2019”, In: 7th International Conference on Public Administration and Development, Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre (BPATC), Dhaka, Bangladesh, (5-6th February 2020)

Paper Presenter, “Coastal Tourism, a Blue Economy for Alternative Livelihoods: Problems and Challenges in Bangladesh”, In: 6th International Conference on Poverty and Sustainable Development 2019, Colombo, Sri Lanka, (5-6th December, 2019)

Poster Presenter, “Investment in Workers’ Health and Sustainable Growth of Garments Industry: A Study on Garments Industry in Dhaka City, Bangladesh”, In: 2nd Conference on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights at Workplace 2019, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, (17th September, 2019)

Paper Presenter, “Deforestation and Degradation of Sangu Reserved Forest in Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh”, In: 8th Annual Conference of the Sociology of Development, at The University of Notre Dame, USA, (17-19th October, 2019)

Paper Presenter, “China’s Position on Rohingya Crisis from Neo-realism Perspective”, In: International Conference on the Rohingya Crisis in Comparative Perspective, at University College London (UCL), UK, (4-5th July, 2019)

Paper Presenter, “Pre-lacteal Feeding Practice among the mothers having children below 5 years of age at selected slums of Dhaka, Bangladesh”, In: 6th International Conference on Natural Science and Technology (ICNST' 19), at Asian University for Women (AUW), Chittagong, Bangladesh, (29-30th March 2019)

Paper Presenter, "Socioeconomic Determinants and Mental Health: A Cross-sectional Study among Urban Elderly Women in Bangladesh", In: 3rd International Conference on Sustainable Development, at United International University, Dhaka, Bangladesh, (19-20th February 2019)

Paper Presenter, “Assessing Choice in Buying T-shirt among the Students of Dhaka University”, In: International Conference on Envisioning Our Common Future (ICEOCF 2016), University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh, (22-23rd December 2016)

Publications

Karim, A., Kabilan, M. K., Ahmed, Z., & Reshmin, L. (2021). The Medium of Instruction in Bangladeshi Higher Education Institutions: Bangla , English , or Both ? Journal of Language, Identity & Education, 00(00), 1–15. https://doi.org/10.1080/15348458.2020.1871353 

Ahmed, Z., Sultana, S., & Manjet, K. (2020). Inconsistencies and Biases in English Language Testing in Bangladesh Civil Service Preliminary Examination. Pertanika Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities, 28 (S2), 247-262.

Karim, A., Ahmed, Z., Shahed, F. H., Rahman, M. M., & Mohamed, A. R. (2019). Challenges Affecting the Implementation of £50 Million In-Service Training Program for English Teachers in Bangladesh. The Qualitative Report, 24(10), 2457-2485. 

Ahmed, Z (2018, November). Effects of Writing in a Class Blog on EFL Students’ Attitude towards Writing, In Proceeding of the 11th International Research Association for Interdisciplinary Studies (RAIS) Conference (pp 339-345), Beltsville, Maryland, 20705, USA. ISSN 2578-8574, ISBN 978-1-945298-16-5.

Ahmed, Z. (2018).  Rhetoric and realities of ICT applications in teaching English literature. In Angadi, D. T., Patil, S.D.G., & Kedaranath (Eds.), Indian Indigenous Insights into Language, Literature & Culture. 13-20. ISBN 978-81-931871-8-0.

Alam, F., Haque, M. S. and Ahmed, Z. (2018) (Eds.). English Studies and the Marketplace. Dhaka: East West University. https://www.ewubd.edu/storage/app/media/English%20Dept/2018-english-studies-and-the-marketplace.pdf

Uddin, J., & Ahmed, Z. (2015). Impact of the use of rubrics on the performance of students. Chaos, 3(1), 46-62. ISSN 2304-3792. 

Ahmed, Z. (2014). Writing in a class blog: Why, when and how. In Karunakaran, T. (Ed.) English Language Teaching in the Twenty First Century: Issues and challenges. 38-54. ISBN 978-955-659-437-9.

Ahmed, Z. & Karunakaran, T. (2013). Teaching writing: an analysis of the writing tasks used at East West University in Bangladesh. Languages in India, 13 (3), 103-117. ISSN 1930-2940.

Karunakaran, T. & Ahmed, Z. (2013). Teaching writing. International Journal of English Language and Literature, 55-61.  ISSN 2347-2642.

Ahmed, Z. (2012). [Review of the book Teacher training essentials by C. Thaine]. ELTAI Journal, 8, 100-102ISSN 2250-317X.

Workshops and Training

Attended a three-day-long training conducted by British Council, Dhaka on writing teaching materials for teaching English to displaced Rohingya children in March 2019..

Conducted a day-long Training of Trainers (ToT) session for a project by British Council, Dhaka with English language teachers of displaced Rohingya children in Kutupalong Rohingya Refugee Camp, Cox’s Bazaar on 26th February, 2019 .

Attended a two-day-long workshop on Training of Trainers (ToT) organized by British Council, Dhaka on 11-12 March, 2019.

Conducted a workshop on teaching  Academic Writing at the Secondary School level in University of Liberal Arts, Bangladesh in September 2018.

Completed a thirteen-day training program on Language Documentation in East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh in December 2012.

Conducted a workshop on teaching Writing Skills in East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh in November 2012.

Participated in a five-day workshop on Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation conducted by British Council, Hyderabad, India in March 2012.

Conducted a one-day workshop on Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation for research scholars in English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad, India in March 2012.

Conducted a two-day-long workshop for teachers of spoken English in SpeakWell, Mumbai, India in February 2012.

Attended a five-day workshop on Capacity Building for Research Methodology conducted by Institute of Public Enterprise, Hyderabad, India in March 2011.

Conferences and Seminars

The following papers have been presented in conferences and seminars:

‘How EFL Undergraduate Learners Prepare for Oral Presentations: Voices from Bangladesh’ at the ELT SUMMIT 2020 organized by International Society for Educational Leadership (ISEL) held online on June 27-28, 2020.

‘Effects of Writing in a Class Blog on EFL Students’ Attitude towards Writing’ at the 11th International RAIS Conference on Social Sciences held at Johns Hopkins University, USA on November 19-20, 2018.

‘Rhetoric and Realities of ICT Applications in Teaching English Literature’ at the 1st International Conference on Language, Literature, Society & Culture: Interdisciplinary Perspective organized by SSKB College, Karnataka, India in February 26-27, 2018.

‘Mobile Dictionary Use among the Undergraduate Students of English: An exploratory study’ in Independent University, Bangladesh at the 8th BELTA International Conference in January 12-14, 2018.

‘Examining Interactive Multimedia Digital Content for Primary Level English Language Education in Bangladesh’ at the IML International Conference in November, 2017.       

‘Impacts of teaching speaking skills in a flipped classroom: A study of ESL instructors at tertiary level in Malaysia’ at the East West University national conference on New Media and Identity Formation in January 2017.

‘Teaching and learning to use technology in ELT: An action research’ at the International Conference on Learning, Teaching, and Student Success (ICLTSS) organized by Montana State University, USA on 3-5 November, 2016.

‘Inconsistencies and biases in English language testing in Bangladesh Civil Service preliminary examination’ as an invited plenary speaker at the international conference on "Pluralism and Multiculturalism in Teaching and Research of English Language and Literatures" organized by Department of English, Vellore Institute of Technology, India on 15-16 April, 2016.

‘Effects of teacher-on-student’ bullying on students’ attitude towards learning’ at the Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA) national conference in September 2015.

‘On arriving at a list of most useful sub-technical vocabulary for academic engineering reading and writing: a corpus-based study’ at the 31st All-India Conference of Linguistics, held at University of Hyderabad in December 2009.

‘Teaching academic writing at East West University: anomalies in text selections and task design’ at the 1st International ESL EFL Conference and 6th Annual Conference of Rajasthan Association for Studies in English, held at Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth in November 2009.

‘Eng 101: Linguistic Description and Pedagogic Prescriptions’ at the department seminar held at the Department of English, East West University, Bangladesh in May 2007.

From Land to Real Estate: Need for a Sensorial Approach; Dhaka University Law Journal (Dhaka University Studies Part-F), Vol. XXX, 2019, pp 145-156
In Quest of the Definition of Terrorism: Challenges and Responses; Yearbook of the Human Rights Summer School titled “Human Rights and Terrorism”, published in October 2015 by Empowerment through Law of the Common People (ELCOP), PP 200-219
Critical Review of the Court-Based ADR in Bangladesh: Prospects and Challenges, Journal of Humanities and Social Science, International Organization of Scientific Research (IOSR) Volume 20, Issue 12, (Dec. 2015) Pp 45-55
Development of Court-Based ADR in Bangladesh, The Northern University Bangladesh Journal of Law, Faculty of Law, Northern University Bangladesh, Volume V Issue 2014; PP 1-12
An Inquisitive Review of National Budget in the Light of Human Rights Framework: Bangladesh Context; Yearbook of the Human Rights Summer School titled “Human Rights and Climate Justice,” Empowerment through Law of the Common People (ELCOP) December 2013
Journal Publication
International
  1. Analysing Masculinity from the Key Theoretical Lenses and Searching for Linkages with Violence against Women, Masculinities and Social Change , 6 (3): 257-287.
  2. Khandaker, J. Rana, “Effectiveness of antismoking campaigns using health shock appeals among male university students in Western Australia”. Family Medicine & Primary Care Review, V-18(3), (2016), P.253-261.
  3. A.R.Khan, S.Khandaker, “Public and Private Organisations: How Different or Similar Are They?”. Journal of Siberian Federal University, Humanities and Social Sciences, V-12 (9), (2016), P. 2873-2885.
  4. A.R.Khan, S. Khandaker, “A Critical Insight into Policy Implementation and Implementation Performance”. Public Policy and Administration, V-15(4), (2016), P.538-548
  5. Khandaker, S. “Using Social Media in Higher Education: A Case of Bangladesh (ISBN-976-81-88681-10-5) “. Proceedings of the International Conference on Innovating Education in Asia; 2015 Oct. 31- Nov. 2; New Delhi, India.


National
  1. T. Sultana, S. Khandaker, “Violence against Women: Politics, Practices and Challenges in Bangladesh”. In A. F. Ahmad, S. A. Saber, & M. Kamal (Eds.) Image of Gender-Rights, Realities and Rhetorics, Dhaka: Osder Publication, pp: 123-132.
Conference & Seminars
  1. Using Social Media in Higher Education: A Case of Bangladesh  paper  presented at The International Conference on Innovating Education in Asia. 31st October to 2nd November, 2015
  2. Social Entrepreneurship for Sustainable Development in Bangladesh paper presented at Australian Institute for Sustainable Development
Conference and Seminar

Hussain, R. & Shimul, S. M. A. K. "Women and the Transition across State Boundaries: The Warps and Woofs of National Labor Exporting Policies of Bangladesh and the Reality".Towards Reflexivity in Migration Studies: Knowledge Production in Times of Contested Politics and Post-Colonial Dynamics, Midterm Conference of ESA's Research Network 35 Sociology of Migration., Germany, 21 and 22 January 2021

Shimul, S.M.A.K., “Mobilization Awareness of the Female Garment Workers in Bangladesh for Establishing their Rights: Issues of Enthusiasm, Fear and Indignation”. 2nd International Congress on Women and Politics in a Global World, İstanbul Ayvansaray University (İstanbul Ayvansaray Üniversitesi), Istanbul, Turkey, 25-26 December 2020


Shimul, S. M. A. K.,  “The Industrial Relation and Its Challenges in the Emerging Capitalist Society: A Case of the RMG sector in Bangladesh”. 1st Multidisciplinary International Conference on the Social and Life Sciences, East West University, Bangladesh, February 27-29, 2020

Khan A. R., Shimul, S. M. A. K. & Uddin, H. “Demographic Risk Factors and Motives of Male Suicide in Bangladesh, 2018-2019”. 7th International Conference on Public Administration and Development, Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre (BPATC), Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh, February 5-8, 2020

Shimul, S. M. A. K. “Unique Strategies of Unionization of the Garment Workers in Bangladesh: Legal or Extralegal”. INSEARCH-2019: 6th International Integrative Research Conference on Governance in Society, Business and Environment, Bangladesh Academy for Rural Development (BARD), Bangladesh, December 18-19, 2019

Journal Publication

Khan, A. R., Shimul, S. M. A. K., & Uddin, H. (2021). Demographic Risk Factors and Motives of Male Suicide in Bangladesh: A Retrospective Content Analysis. Acta Counseling and Humanities, 1(2), 66–80. https://doi.org/10.46637/ach.v1i2.7

Khan, A. R., & Shimul, S. M. A. K. (2020). Methodological Issues in Suicide Research in Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Public Administration, 28(2), 93-96. https://doi.org/10.36609/bjpa.v28i2.109

Khan, A. R., Shimul, S. M. A. K., Arendse, N., & Ratele, K. (Forthcoming). Suicidal Behaviour and Coronavirus (COVID-19): Insights from Durkheim’s sociology of suicide. International Social Science Journal [Willey, Scopus Journal]

Khan A. R., Uddin, H. & Shimul, S. M. A. K. (Submitted). Suicide and Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Bangladesh: What are the lessons from Durkheim’s sociology of suicide? Slovak Sociological Review [0.796 Impact Factor, Scopus Journal]

Khan A. R., Shimul, S. M. A. K. & Uddin, H. (Submitted) Dynamics of male suicide in Bangladesh. Suicidology Online

Shimul, S. M. A. K. (Submitted) Mobilization at the threshold: How the Ready-Made Garment Workers of Bangladesh Extract Power and Leverage at the verge of Union extinction?. SageOpen



Policy Brief

Khan, M. I., Shimul, S.M.A.K., (2020), Policy Brief on Industrial Dispute Settlement in the RMG and Inland Water Transport (IWT) Sectors of Bangladesh: Present Situation and Recommendations for Comprehensive Approach

Journal Publication
International
  1. Jahan, I. (2018).”Comparative Studies on Films: Scopes of Digital Humanities”. Asian Journal of English Studies (AJES), 7. (1). 175-183.
  2. Jahan, I. (2017). “Novel: Death or Resurrection of Storytelling”. South Asian Review, 38. (2). 89-101.
  3. Jahan, I. (2016). “Documentation of History through Storytelling”. International Journal on English Language, Literature and Translation Studies (IJELR), Vol.3. Issue.4 (Oct-Dec.), P. 500-508. ISSN: 2395-2628 Print, 2345-9451(online).
  4. Jahan, I. (2012).“Nationalism, Syncretism, and the Enforcers of History”. Asian Conference on  Literature, P. 884-894. ISSN: 2186-229X, http://www.iafor.org/acah_proceedings.html
  5. Jahan, I. (2012).  “The Art of Existence and the Care of the Self in Family Ties”. Language, Literature and Linguistics, P 288-293. ISSN: 2251-3566.
National
  1. Jahan, I. (2010). “Real and Symbolic Unable to Bridge the Gap between the World and Richard Wright”. HarvestJahangirnagar Study of Language and Literature,  Vol-25, P. 99-109, ISSN 1729­8326.
  2. Jahan, I. (2015). An Existential Reading of Family TiesEast West Journal of Humanities. Vol.5, P 24-32. ISSN 2074-6628.
Conference & Seminars
  1. Israt Jahan. “Untying the Ties in Family Ties”. International Conference on Locating Latin American Literature, Jahangirnagar University, Savar, 24-25 May, 2009.
  2. Israt Jahan. “Reading Fanon and Wright Today: Violence, master-Slave Dichotomy, and the Negro Question”.  3rd International Conference on Pedagogy and Activism Now. East West University, Dhaka, 11-12 December, 2009.
  3. Israt Jahan. “Latin American Way of life”. International Postgraduate Conference 2012 on Language, Literature, and Cultural Studies in the 21st Century, Jahangirnagar University, Savar, 25-26 May 2012.
  4. Israt Jahan. ‘The Art of Existence and the Care of the Self in Family Ties”. 1st Annual International Conference on Language, Literature and Linguistics (L3 2012), Fort Canning, Singapore, 9-10 July, 2012.
  5. Israt Jahan. “Nationalism, Syncretism, and the Enforcers of History”. 2nd Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities, Virtual presentation, Osaka, Japan, 2012.
  6. Israt Jahan. “Novel: Death/ Resurrection of Storytelling?” International Conference on Disaporas and Diversities: Teaching English in a Changing World, IUB, Dhaka, 5-7 November, 2015.
  7. Israt Jahan. “Encoding and Decoding Myth”. 4th International Conference on English Studies and the Marketplace. East West University, Dhaka, 19-20 February 2016.
  8. Israt Jahan. “Comparative Studies on Films: Scopes of Digital Humanities”. 6th International Conference on Language, Literature and Culture, Institute of Advanced Studies in English, Anudh, Pune, India, 15-17 December 2017.
  9. Israt Jahan. "‘Trans-creation by Adaptation: An observation on Shatranj ki Khiladi’. 5th International Conference on Transgressing/Transcending Borders through Translation. East West University, Dhaka, 25-26 January 2019.