Department of English
Dr. Khan Touseef Osman  Assistant Professor
Name :
Dr. Khan Touseef Osman
Employee ID
710001525
Designation
Assistant Professor  
Department
Department of English
Faculty
Faculty of Humanities & Social Science
Personal Webpage
http://faculty.daffodilvarsity.edu.bd/profile/english/touseef.html
E-mail
touseef.eng@diu.edu.bd
Phone
8129402, Ext. : 379
Cell-Phone
01884368142

1. PhD in English, University of Kashmir, India. Topic: Trauma Studies and Partition Fiction in English: A Study of Select South Asian Partition Texts.
2. Master of Arts in English, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh.
3. Bachelor of Arts in English, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh.

1. Attended a five-day training course on “Open Publishing Using Open Journal Systems” from 08 August 2016 to 12 August 2016, organized by CSIR-NISCAIR, New Delhi, India.

2. Attended a five-day training course on “Participatory Engagement Technique” from 06 September 2015 to 10 September 2015, organized by the Human Resource Development Institute (HRDI), Daffodil International University, Bangladesh.

3. Attended a three-week long UGC sponsored Interaction Programme on Research Methodology with special emphasis on qualitative research, documentation, research integrity, etc. at Jamia Millia Islamia University, Delhi, India from 12 November 2014 to 02 December 2014 and obtained Grade A.

4. Attended a workshop on “Creative Writing and Performance Literature” conducted by Brine Pickles under the aegis of the American Center, US Embassy, Dhaka, Bangladesh at the Department of Dramatics, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh on 19 November 2011.

Literatures in English

Journals (Selected):

  1. “Trauma Theory and Literary Representation,” published in English Studies in India from the Department of English, University of Kashmir; Vol. 23; January 2015; ISSN: 0975-6574; India.
  2. “The Voice of the Wound: A Study of Bapsi Sidhwa’s Ice-Candy-Man,” published in Praxis, a journal brought out by the Department of English, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh.
  3. "Intersection of Public and Private Traumas in Amitav Ghosh's Shadow Lines," published in Vol. 10 of Appropriations, an academic journal brought out by the Department of English, Bankura Christian College, India.

 

Conference Papers:  

  1. Participated in the UGC sponsored national seminar on “Event, Memory and Literature: Trauma Narratives of the Indian Subcontinent” from 5 to 6 September 2013 at the Postgraduate Department of English, St. Thomas College, Kozhencherry, India.
  2. Made a presentation on “Utopia Means Elsewhere: A Study of Shakespeare’s Tempest” at the University of Jammu, India at an international seminar on “The Republic in Shakespeare” from 16 to 18 October, 2013.
  3. Made a presentation on “The Voice of the Wound: A Study of Bapsi Sidhwa’s Ice-Candy-Man” at the Islamic University of Science and Technology, Awantipora, India at a national seminar on “Contemporary Women’s Writings: Trends and Issues” from 11 to12 November, 2014.
  4. Made a presentation on “Postmemory and Imaginative Temporal Displacement in Agha Shahid Ali’s Early Poetry” at a national seminar on “Agha Shahid Ali: Tradition and Modernity” at the University of Kashmir, India from 23 to 25 March 2015.
  5. Participated in a conference on “The Machine in The Garden: Literature, Language and Technology in English Studies” organized by the Department of English, Daffodil International University on 19 September 2015.
  6. Made a presentation on “Representational Modes of Traumatic Events in South Asian Fiction and the Question of Genre” at Independent University, Bangladesh at an international conference on “Diasporas and Diversities: Teaching English in a Changing World” from 05 to 07 November, 2015.
  7. Made a presentation on “Trauma, Postmodernism and Historiographic Metafiction: A Theoretical Exploration” at East West University, Bangladesh at an international conference on “English Studies and the Marketplace” from 19 to 20 February 2016.
  8. Made a presentation on “Partition Studies: A Theoretical Interrogation” at North South University, Bangladesh at an international conference on “The River: Flows of Innovation and Exchange in the Global(i)zed English World” from 03 to 04 March 2016.
  9. Made a presentation on “To Be Caliban or to Be a Cannibal—That is the Question: Utopia, Nature and Culture in The Tempest” at Independent University, Bangladesh at an international conference on “Age Cannot Wither Him, Nor Custom Stale His Infinite Variety Shakespeare: Four Hundred Years After” from 05 to 07 November, 2016.

1. Trauma and Memory Studies
2. Partition Literature
3. Critical Theory

UNESCO-South Asia Foundation (SAF) Scholarship for PhD

1. Adjunct Faculty, University of Kashmir, India.
2. Lecturer, Metropolitan University, Sylhet, Bangladesh.