NAZME FURKANUL HOQUE
|Name:||Nazme Furkanul Hoque|
|Designation:||Part Time Lecturer in English|
|Qualification:||MA, B. Ed, M. Phil Centre for Excellence, D.O.E.M.E.L, University of Lucknow|
|Teaching Area:||British poetry, fiction and drama.|
|Research Interests||Poetry, Post Colonial Writings, South Asian Literature,Discourse in Conflict and Violence, Comparative Literature, Culture and Religion.|
|Date of Joining in this Institute:||20.1.2016|
|Previous Teaching Experience:More Than 5 Years|
Research, Publications, and Academic Contributions:
A) Published Papers in Journals:
|Sl. No.||Title with vol. No. And page nos.||Journal||No. Of co-authors||ISSN/ISBN No.|
|1||“Thematic Analysis of Robert Browning’s Love Poems: A Product of Pure Optimism or Jealous Optimism”, Vol.2, No.3. pp 49-59||Glimpses: A Peer Reviewed Bi-Annual Refereed International Journal of Multi Disciplinary Research||None||ISSN No- 2250-0561|
|2||“Langston Hughes and Lorraine Hansberry: Ground Breaking African American Voices against Racism and Ethnic Inequalities”, Vol.9, No. 1. Pp- 58-64||Wesleyan Journal of Research: A Peer Reviewed Research Journal||None||ISSN No.
|3||“Encoding Borders and Decoding History: A New Historicist Reading of Partition Fictions”, Vol. 15, No. 14. Pp-290-297.||Itihas Prabandhamala: A Peer Reviewed Journal||None||ISSN No.
|4||Various Aspects of Mutual Exchange between Bengali and English”
Maiden Issue. No 1, pp-123-130
|বঙ্গভাষা-সাহিত্যের সঙ্গে অন্যান্য ভারতীয় ভাষা ও সংস্ক্রিতির পারস্পারিক আদানপ্রদান||None|
B) (i) Articles/Chapters published in Books:
|Sl. No.||Title with page nos.||Book Title, editor &publisher||ISSN/ISBN No.|
|1||Immigration, Homelessness and Diasporic Responsiveness in Khaled Hosseini’s The Kite Runner”, pp-128-136.||Critical Essays on Indian Diaspora,
Ed. Bijender Singh. Authors Press: New Delhi, 2015. Print.
|2||“Sufferings Under Suppression in Mulk Raj Anand’s Untouchable”,
|Indian Dalit Literature: Critical Ruminations, Ed. Bijender Singh. Authors Press: New Delhi, 2015. Print.||ISBN No.
|3||“Status of Labour, Joblessness and Capitalistic Colonial Exploitation in Mulk Raj Anand’s Coolie”, pp- 92-100.||Outlook on Contemporary Indian English Writers: A Critical Exploration,
Ed. R.A.Prajapati, Takhtotaaz: Allahabad, 2016. Print.
|4||“Post Partition Violence and Trauma in Amitav Ghosh’s The Shadow Lines”, pp- 140-149.||Indian Writing in English: Critical Insights,
Ed. Bijender Singh. Authors Press: New Delhi, 2014. Print.
(ii) Full Papers in Conference Proceedings:
|Sl. No.||Title with page nos.||Details of Conference Publication||ISSN/ISBN No.|
|1||“Khaled Hosseini’s The Kite Runner and Monica Ali’s Brick Lane: An Exposure to the South Asian Diasporic Sensibilities”, pp-1018-1026.||International Conference held in Alipurduar College on Modern Trends in Social and Basic Sciences, Eds. Sailen Debnath,Bhaskar Bagchi and Subhra Mishra. Readers Service: Kolkata, 2015. Print.||ISBN No-
|2||“The Waterfall: A Protest against Imperialism and Colonial Subjugation”, pp- 234-240.||National Seminar held in Chanchal College on Rabindra Natye Protibadi Chetana, Ed. Shyamal Ch.Das. Byanjanbarno: Kolkata, 2014. Print..||ISBN No.
|3||“ New Historicism, Borderization and Partition Fictions: History Constructs Fictions or Fictions Deconstruct History pp-78-83||International Conference held in Dhaka , Bangladesh on History and Heritage,
Ed. S.Sultana. History Academy: Dhaka, 2017.Print.
(iii) Books Published as single author or as editor:
|Sl. No.||Title with page nos.||Type of Book & Authorship||Publisher & ISSN/ISBN Nos.|
C) Ongoing and Completed Research Projects and Consultancies:
(i)Ongoing Projects / Consultancies
(ii)Completed Projects / Consultancies
D) Research Guidance:
|Sl. No.||Number Enrolled||Thesis Submitted||Degree Awarded|
|M. Phil or equivalent|
|Ph.D. or equivalent|
(E) (i) Training Courses, Teaching-Learning-Evaluation Technology Programmes, Faculty Development Programmes:
|Sl. No.||Programme||Duration||Organised by|
(ii). Papers presented in Conferences, Seminars, Workshopand Symposia:
|Sl. No.||Title of Paper presented||Title of Conference/Seminar||Organised by||Whether international/national/
state/regional/college or university level
|1||أXenophobic Racial Segregation in Lorraine Hansberry’ A Raisin in the Sun||Literature and Marginality: Issues and Perspective||Department of English, Balurghat College,west Bengal. 2nd March,2015.||National|
|2||Bapsi Sidhwa’s Ice Candy Man: A Diabolic Discourse on Women Victimization and Disempowerment||Addressing Gender Discrimination and Initiating Women Empowerment||Post Graduate Department of English, Malda College, Malda, WestBengal.
9th -10th may 2015
|College Level Seminar- Workshop|
|3||Translating Bengali Literature into English: Issues, Challenges and Perspective Towards English Studies in India||English Studies in India: Changes and Challenges||Department of English,Banaras Hindu niversity,
|4||Post Renaissance Shakespearean Sonnets: An Insight Through Queer Reading||The Renaissance Across Continents and Culture: A Trans-disciplinary Perspective||Dept. of English Samsi College. Malda, West Bengal.
|5||Mahmoud Darwish and the Territorial Trajectories: Reading, Responses and Resistanc||Thinking Literature Across Continents||
Department of English, University of North Bengal. West Bengal.
25,26 & 27th March,2017
|6||Islamophobia and the Post 9/11 World: A Politics of Representation orRepresentational Politics?||The Politics of Representation: Interdisciplinary Perspective.||Department of English, Central University of Sikkim
|7||Demythifying Religion, Clashing Ethnicity and the Configuration of Civilization in Post 9/11 Narratives: A South Asian Perspective.||Narratives of Terror and Violence in South Asia (NOVATISA)||Department of English, NEHU,Shillong,NEC & JCSSR-NERC, Shillong, Meghalaya||International|
|8||Positioning Muslims in Post 9/11 Apocalyptic History: A Critical Perspective through Film, Fiction and Politics||The 14th International Conference of History and Heritage||Itihas Academy, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
23rd Feb. 2018
(iii). Invited Lectures and Chairmanships at national or international conference/seminar etc.
|Sl. No.||Title of Lecture/Academic Session||Title of Conference/Seminar||Organised by||Whether international/national|
|1||“Nation Constructs Language or Language Constructs Nation?”||Seminar on the International Mother Language Day: Our Pride.||History Academy of Bangladesh, Dhaka on 21st February 2017.||International|
|2||“Darwin’s Theory of evolution and the Victorian intellectual Unrest”||P.G Level Special Lecture.||Department of English,Uttarbangla University College,Kakina, Bangladeshon 28th February 2017||International|
|3||“Ethnomusicology and Transformation of Poetry”||One Day National Level Cultural Workshop on Interdisciplinary Relation between Poetry & Music||Jointly Organised by Samsi College, Malda & Sursristi, on 19th August, 2017||National|
(iv).Participation in Conferences/Seminars, etc.
|Sl. No.||Title of Conference/Seminar||Organised by||Level|
|1.||Different Americas: Resituating American Identity in the Post 9/11 Classroom||Dept of English, Gour Mahavidyalaya in Collaboration with Malda Women’s College. Malda,West Bengal. 28th -29th Nov.2011||National|
|2.||Translation, Bilingualism and Pedagogy: Possibilities, Potentialities, pitfalls||P.G Dept. of English, Govt. College , MDU Haryana 14-15 Jan, 2012.||National|
|3.||Globalization, Environment and Culture: India and Canada||Dept. of English & MEL, University of Allahabad & Indian Association for Canadian Studies. UP. 5th-7th Jan, 2015||International|
|4.||Trajectory of Indian Diaspora, Culture and Ethnicity: Interdisciplinary Approach||D.O.E.M.E.L University of Lucknow. UP. 20-21 March,2015||National|
|5||Nation and Beyond: Interdisciplinary Perspectives||Dept. of English, University of Gour Banga, West Bengal 14-15 April,2017||International|
|6.||The Humanities Matter (?)||Dept. of English, University of North Bengal. West Bengal,10-11 Feb. 2018||International|
|7||Postcolonialism and the Subaltern||Dept. of English, Raiganj University, Raiganj, West Bengal 6th April,2018||International|
Creative Writing: (Bilingual Poet, Bengali &English) Poetry Published in International Magazines and Journals.
Sample Published English Poems:
- The Fish Behind’ in The Literary Voyage: An International Journal for Scholarly and Creative Writings, Vol-I, Issue- II, May-August, 2014.
- Horizon’ in The Creative Launcher: An International. open access, Peer reviewed E-Journal in English. Vol. I, Issue. I, April.2016.
- Two Steps for Re-Heath’ & ‘Vemula’ in The Creative Launcher: An International. open access, Peer reviewed E-Journal in English. Vol. I, Issue. III, August.2016.
- To the Lady of DEOMEL’ in The Creative Launcher: An International. open access, Peer reviewed E-Journal in English. Vol. II, Issue. IV, August.2017.
- ‘Mother: A Tribute’ in The Storm: An International English Magazine, Eighth Year, No. 19, October 2014.
- Poems included in Recluse: Contemporary Verses an Anthology of twenty Post Modern Poets, Ed. Varsha Singh. Authors Press: New Delhi, 2018.