Department of English
Nahid Kaiser  Assistant Professor
Name :
Nahid Kaiser
Employee ID
710000223
Designation
Assistant Professor  
Department
Department of English
Faculty
Faculty of Humanities & Social Science
Personal Webpage
http://faculty.daffodilvarsity.edu.bd/profile/english/nahid.html
E-mail
nahidkaiser@daffodilvarsity.edu.bd
Phone
8129402 Ext-314
Cell-Phone
01732394707
Currently doing PhD at  the Dept. of English, University of Dhaka

B.A (Hons.) and M.A (Litt) in English from the Dept. of English, University of Dhaka

Workshops Attended

  • 14-16 November, 2016. Poetry Translation Workshop facilitated by renown Translator Arunava Sinha, organized by Dhaka translation Centre, University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh.
  • 26 August 2016.  Workshop on Curriculum Development & Material Design organized by the Department of English, Daffodil International University.
  • 27 December 2010. Exploring Recent Practices in Teacher Development for ELT by Laxman Gnawali, Kathmandu University/Vice-President, NELTA,
    Jointly Organized by the British Council-BELTA at the BRAC Center Inn. Mohakhali, Dhaka.
  • 2-3December, 2010. Attended a two-day Teacher Leadership Academy “Leadership Skills in ELT” organized by BELTA and TESOL Arabia Leadership and Management SIG at the BRAC Center Inn, Mohakhali, Dhaka.
  • 4 June, 2009, Attended the workshop on Use of Poetry in the Language     Classroom conducted by Zerin Alam, Associate Professor, Department of
    English, University of Dhaka at the British Council Auditorium
  • 2 April, 2009, Attended the workshop on Putting C (Creative) in    ELT conducted by Professor Razia Sultana Khan, Ph.D., Head, Department of English, Independent University, Bangladesh

Symposium/ Conference Attended

  • 14 January, 2017. Participant, Symposium on Teaching of English Pronunciation in Bangladesh: Issues and Practices organized by the Department of
    English, Daffodil International University.
  • 19 September 2015. Participant. National Conference on the Machine in the Garden: Literature, Language and Technology in English Studies.
  • 15-16 April 2006, Participant, Passages, International Conference, East West
    University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • 14-15 May 2006, Participant, Ibsen Commemoration, Organized by Department of English, University of Dhaka with generous support from the Royal Norwegian Embassy
  • September 2003, Participant, the Seminar on Edward Said held in the University of Dhaka

Literature & Language

Journals:

 

1. PEDAGOGICAL VALUE OF CONTEMPORARY SUBCONTINENTAL LITERATURE IN LANGUAGE CLASS / TEACHING LANGUAGE
Nahid Kaiser, Sr. Lecturer, English Dept. Daffodil Int. University Sonia Sharmin, Sr. Lecturer, English Dept. East West University

2. Presented a paper titled : Technology: Friend or Foe? A Study of Barriers to Using CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning) at the University Level Education in Bangladesh By Nahid Kaiser & Shams Ud Duha In 2nd International Conference on the 21st Century Classroom: Directions, Issues and Changes At University of Liberal Arts(ULAB) on 8th & 9th August 2014

3. “A Window to the Way of the World: Naipaul’s Women in a Multi-Ethnic Society” co-authored with Sonia Sharmin. Harvest: Jahangirnagar Studies in Literature and Language, Vol 23, 2008. ISSN 1729-8326

4. “Lost in the Contrasted Strands of Dislocated Identity : A Study of Two Characters in Amitav Ghosh’s Shadow Lines” co-authored with Ummey Kulsum Stamford Journal of English (2008) (Vol. 4)

5. “Separating Sex from Reproduction as a Means for Self-assertion: A Study of Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God and Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar In Explorer, Vol 1, No. 2

6. “Resistance to Paterfamilias in Purabi Basu’s two short stories “ Radha will Not Cook Today” and “Saleha;’s Desire” ”  Stamford Journal of English  vol-6

7. “Women in War : A Comparative study of Women’s Contribution in Liberation War as Presented in Bangladeshi Women’s Writing” World Vision vol- 6

8. Presented paper titled “ Peace in the time of war : A study of Rabindranath Tagore’s Condemnation of the First World War in Nationalism & call for peace in the Gitanjali “ in an International Conference titled The Great War & the English Studies organized by the University of Dhaka from 18th to 19th December 2014.

 


Literature

  1. Kaiser, N. (2017). Peace in the Time of War: A Study of Rabindranath Tagore’s Nationalism and Gitanjali. GLIMPSES: A Peer- Reviewed Bi-Annual Refereed International Journal of Multi-Disciplinary Research. Ed. Sharma, Dr.Ram. 6 (2). p.228-238
  2. Kaiser, N. (2017). Theorizing Tagore: A Structural Reading of Tagore’s Short Stories.Langlit: An International Peer- Reviewed Open-Access Journal. 4(1). p.8-15.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4VMLr-qOFfudEFmdzhqNzF3TEU/view
  3. Kaiser, N & Huda, S.A. (2012) Women in War: A Comparative study of Women’s Contribution In Liberation War as Presented in Bangladeshi Women’s Writing. World Vision. 6 (1). BANGLAVISION FOUNDATION. p.123-132
  4. Kaiser, N. (2011) Resistance to Paterfamilias in Purabi Basu’sTwo Short Stories: “Radha will Not Cook Today” and “Saleha;’s Desire”. Stamford Journal of English6 (1). p.168-176
  5. Kaiser, N &Sharmin, S. (2008) A Window to the Way of the World: Naipaul’s Women in a Multi-Ethnic Society. Harvest: Jahangirnagar Studies in Literature and Language. 23 (1) p.159-170.
  6. Kaiser, N &Kulsum, U. (2008)Lost in the Contrasted Strands of Dislocated Identity: A Study of Two Characters in Amitav Ghosh’s Shadow Lines.
    Stamford Journal of English, 4 (1) p. 133-144.
  7. Kaiser, N. (2008) Separating Sex from Reproduction as a Means for Self-assertion: A Study of Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God and Sylvia Plath’s The Bell JarExplorer: Journal of Faculty of Arts. IBAIS University.1 (1) p.79-94.

Non-Academic /Creative Publications

  1. Kaiser, N. (2016 February) Prokriti o Purush [book of Bengali poetry] published by Prakriti Prakashani, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  2. Kaiser, N. (2016 January)Eve Unbound [book of English poetry] published by the Poetry Society of India, Delhi, India.
  3. Kaiser, N. (2016 September) Ofeliyar Gan [book of Bengali poetry] published by Barta Prokashon, Kolkata, India.

 

 

Books:

 

Kaiser, N. (2015)Indian Diaspora in America: A Critical Study of Jhumpa Lahiri’s “Mrs.Sen”. Discursive Passages –An Anthology of Diaspora Criticism. Ed. Kumar, B & Chaubey, Ajay K. Vol. II. YKING Books, India. p.132-142.


 

Seminar and International Conference Presentation:

  1. Kaiser, N. (2017 December) Tagore’s View of Women’s Role in Family and Society as expressed in his Non-Fictional Writing. Paper presented at the CENTER for ADVANCED STUDIES in HUMANITIES, University of Dhaka.  5th
  2. Kaiser, N. (2017 September) Tagore’s View of Women’s Role in Family and Society as expressed in his Non-Fictional Writing. Paper presented at the monthly seminar at the Department of English, Daffodil International University. 27th
  3. Kaiser, N. (2017 May) Tagore’s View of Women’s Role in Family and Society as expressed in his Non-fictional Writing. Paper presented at A Two -Day International Conference on Redrawing Gender boundaries in Literary Terrain organized by Department of English and Humanities. BRAC University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.18th
  4. Kaiser, N. (2016 April) The Powerful Women in Shakespeare’s Tragedies: A study of Lady Macbeth and Gertrude, the Queen of Denmark. Paper presented at a National Conference on Shakespeare organized by Humdard University of Bangladesh.
  5. Kaiser, N. (2015 February) A Study of Magic Realism in Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s “Innocent Erendira”. Paper presented at Seminar organized by the Dept of English, Daffodil Int.University
  6. Kaiser, N. (2014 December) Peace in the time of war: A study of Rabindranath Tagore’s Condemnation of the First World War in Nationalism& Call for Peace in the Gitanjali. Paper presented at an International Conference on “The Great War & the English Studies” organized by the Department of English, University of Dhaka.
  7. Kaiser, N & Duha. S. (2014 August) Technology: Friend or Foe? A Study of Barriers to Using CALL. Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference on the 21st Century Classroom: Directions, Issues and Changes, At University of Liberal Arts (ULAB)
  8. Kaiser, N (2011 September)Resistance to Paterfamilias in Purabi Basu’s two short stories “Radha will NotCook Today” and “Saleha;’s Desire”. Paper presented at Stamford University Bangladesh.
  9. Kaiser, N & Huda, S.A (2008, December) Women in War: A Comparative study of Women’s Contribution in Liberation War as Presented in Bangladeshi Women’s Writing. Paper presented at the International Conference atEast West University, Dhaka Bangladesh.
  10. Kaiser, N. (2008, October). New Men of Modern Africa: A Study of Ferdinand in A Bend in the River and Nwoye in Things Fall Apart. Paper presented at the International      Conference on African Literature titled “Celebrating 50 years of Things Fall Apart at Dhaka University, Bangladesh.
  11. Kaiser, N. & Sharmin, S. (2008, September). A Window to the Way of the World: Naipaul’s Women in a Multi-Ethnic Society. Paper presented at the seminar “English for Today” at Jahangir Nagar University, Bangladesh.
  12. Kaiser, N & Kulsum, U. (2008, January). Lost in the Contrasted Strands of Dislocated Identity: A Study of Two Characters in Amitav Ghosh’s Shadow Lines. Paper presented at the “Perspectives of Literature and Language” Conference at Stamford University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  13. Kaiser, N & Sharmin, S. (2007, September). Teaching Language through Contemporary Sub-continental Literature. Paper presented at the BELTA 4th International Conference in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

I have started my Ph.D  under the supervision of Dr.Fakrul Alam
Professor, Dept.of English, University of Dhaka. My thesis title is : From Anatomy to Autonomy: Decoding Sexual Politics in Rabindranath Tagore’s Fiction

Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA),
Alumni Association of English Dept., Dhaka University & Asia TEFL.
Member of a reading group (TRc-The Reading Circle)
Member of Gantha(a group of female writers.)