Habibur Rahaman

Habibur Rahaman
Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Science & Technology University · Department of English

Masters of Arts
Looking for a PhD position in the field of decolonial perspectives of English language and literature curriculum

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Introduction
I am a teacher of English language and literature. I find teaching as a gateway to research knowledge. I aspire to grow as a solid researcher in the field of language, literature and decoloniality.

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Publications (5)
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It is about the subversive portrayal of women's sexuality and creative power.
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This thesis explores how Kazi Nazrul Islam's poetry aligns with the leitmotifs of decolonisation. Nazrul (1899-1976), the national poet of Bangladesh, struggled against the British colonial-imperial misrules in the Indian subcontinent. He also delved into the suppressive race-gender-caste-based regimens in India and called for them to be eliminated...
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This paper explores how Kazi Nazrul Islam's poetry aligns with the leitmotifs of decolonisation. Nazrul Islam grapples with the race-gender-based regimens of his society. His activism and creative oeuvre harp on a subversive praxis, which interrogates the British colonial regime and racist norms ingrained in colonial India. As the paper examines, d...
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This article ascertains how Ceridwen Dovey’s Only the Animals (2014) aligns with interdisciplinary studies which critique anthropocentric binaries of human-nonhuman relationships. Drawing on a critical analysis of the selected stories of the book, this article attempts a broader study of Dovey’s book. Dovey’s ten stories are, as the article argues,...
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This article aims to ascertain Allen Ginsberg as an intellectual and iconoclast in a world thriving upon war, consumerism and ethnocentrism. Ginsberg's literary and intellectual activism has not been limited within the U. S. and is neither centred only on his poetry. He instead, invested himself into exploring a wide foray of subaltern realities; h...

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