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Journal Publications
  • Haque, S. (2014). Expectation of Tertiary Students of Bangladesh from ELT Classrooms. Journal of NELTA, 19(1-2), 56-64.
  • Haque,S. (2013).Using Cartoons for English Language Teaching in Bangladesh: Progress, Problems and Possibilities. Journal of the Institute of Modern Languages,24,85-94.
  • Haque, S. (2013-14).Composition Courses in Private Universities of Bangladesh: Expectation and Reality.Stamford Journal of English8, 81-93.
Conferences & Seminars
  • Haque, S. (2021). Preparing students through webinar presentations during emergency situations. Paper presented at the Meisei University International Studies Center Professional Development Forum, Japan. 
  • Haque, S. (2020). Stories from Bangladesh and Nepal: Transition to online education during pandemic. Paper presented at the STAR Conference, Kathmandu, Nepal. 
  • Haque, S. (2017). To blend or not to blend. Paper presented at the National conference of BELTA, Daffodil International University, Dhaka.
  • Haque, S. (2017). Factors influencing English language teacher motivation. Paper presented at the 51st IATEFL Conference, Glasgow, UK.
  • Haque, S. (2016). Teaching English in difficult circumstances: A Bangladeshi scenario. Paper presented at the 21st International Conference of NELTA, Lalitpur, Nepal.
  • Haque, S. & Shanta, S. (2016). Empowering ELT Teachers of Bangladesh through Digital Platform. Paper presented at the national conferencetitled Empowering the English Language Teacher, BELTA, Chittagong, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2016). Shakespeare in ELT: What Do the Students Say? Paper presented at the national conference on Shakespeare titled Shakespeare: Larger than Life, Hamdard University Bangladesh, Narayanganj, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2016). Learner Autonomy in ELT: The Case of Bangladesh. Paper presented at the international conference titled The River:Flows of Innovation and Exchange in the Global(i)zed English World, North South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2016). Blended Learning in ELT: A Bangladeshi Scenario. Paper presented at the 4th international conference titled English Studies and the Marketplace, East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2015). Storytelling in the ELT Classroom for Oral Proficiency. Paper presented at the International Conference titled Diasporas and Diversities: Teaching English in a Changing World, Independent University, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2015). Attitudes and Motivation of Bangladeshi Tertiary Students towards Learning English. Paper presented at the International Conference on Language, Literature and Community, ULAB, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2015). Expectations of Tertiary Students from ELT Classrooms. Paper presented at the 7th BELTA International Conference, NAEM, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Using World War Literature as ELT Material in Tertiary Language Classroom. Paper presented at the International Conference on The Great War and English Studies, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Use of Technology by the Tertiary Teachers for ELT in Bangladesh. Paper presented at the 2nd International ELT Conference, ULAB, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Continuous Professional Development of the ELT Teachers of Bangladesh. Paper presented at the National ELT Conference of Institute of Education and Research, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Have You Ever Thought What We Want? Paper presented at the 19th International Conference of NELTA, Lalitpur, Nepal.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Formative Assessment in Large Classrooms. Paper presented at the 19th International Conference of NELTA, Lalitpur, Nepal.


Other
  • Haque, S. (2017). Factors influencing English language teacher motivation. In the 50th IATEFL Conference selections. Kent: UK.
  • Haque, S. (2016). Teaching English in difficult circumstances: A Bangladeshi scenario. In the NELTA Conference Proceedings 2016. Kathmandu: Nepal.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Formative assessment in large classes. In the NELTA Conference Proceedings 2014. Kathmandu: Nepal.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Have you ever thought what we want? In the  NELTA Conference Proceedings 2014. Kathmandu: Nepal.
Projects
  • Hornby Trust Alumni Project Award, 2020-2021
Journal Publication
International

Tabassum, Mehnaz. “Signing in the Global Classroom: The Millennials’ March towards Post-Culture and Institution, and a World that is Same (?).” International Conference on Teaching and Learning (ICTL) by Center for Pedagogy at Independent University, Dhaka, April 22-23, 2016, Alam, Mahbub; Asaduzzaman, A.S.M.; Al Marjuk, Obydullah, Center for Pedagogy, IUB, September 1, 2016.

Conference & Seminars
  • August 16-18, 2016: 9th Malaysia International Conference on Languages, Literatures and Cultures, organized by Universiti Putra Malaysia at Penang, Malaysia

Paper Title: Life in a cocoon: A study of over-Surveillance and over-documentation in a panoptical world

  • May 27-28, 2016: International Conference on Magic and Literature, School of Arts and Humanities (SAH)University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh

Paper Title: The death of magic and drought (or overfeeding?) of imagination: A study of a world at its wits end and the future of literature

  • April 22-23, 2016: International Conference on Teaching and Learning – Education in the Current World: Pedagogy, Research and Social Change, Center for Pedagogy, Independent University, Bangladesh

Paper Title: Signing in the Global Classroom: The Millennials’ March towards Post-Culture and Institution, and a World that is Same (?)

  • March 3-4, 2016: International Conference – The River: Flows of Innovation and Exchange in the Global(i)zed English World, Department of English and Modern Languages, North South University, Bangladesh

Paper Title: Written on the Walls: A Study of Literary Expressions of the Mass across Cults to Creeds, Benches to Streets and Timelines to Tweets

  • February 19-20, 2016: 4th International Conference on “English Studies and the Marketplace”, Department of English, East West University, Bangladesh

Paper Title: Literature in the pieces: Keeping calm in a world of quote cards, quick facts and one-liners

Other
Journal Publications
  1. Biswas, R. K., Kabir, E., & Rafi, R. B. R. (2018). Investment in Research and Development Compared to Military Expenditure: Is Research Worthwhile. Defence and Peace Economics, 30(7), 846-857. https://doi.org/10.1080/10242694.2018.1477235
Conference Presentation
  1. Rafi, R. B. R. (2017, Apr. 21). Women and Marriage: Lessons Learnt from Jane Austen. Jane Austen 200. Inter-University Students’ Conference at the University of Liberal Arts, Dhaka.
• Ameer, Shahnaz. “Pride and Prejudice and Fifty Shades of Grey: Wealthy Heroes and Smitten Heroines.” Erothanatos, vol. 2, no. 4, 2018, pp. 88-97