Department of English
Mr. Md. Ariful Islam Laskar  Assistant Professor
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Mr. Md. Ariful Islam Laskar
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Assistant Professor  
Department of English
Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences
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BA( Hons.) and MA in English Literature From Jahangirnagar University ( JU) , MPhil (Ongoing)

 PET workshop, Daffodil International University,  September 2015

 Attended the workshop titled “ Postcolonized!” conducted by Dr. sharmila Sen from Harvard university, USA held on 15-16 May, 2011 at Department of English, Jahangirnagar University

 Successfully completed the workshop titled “Teaching and Learning at BRAC University” held on 8-10 May, 2010 at Savar TARC.

 ‘Translating poetry’-a workshop conducted by poet cum translator William Radicee, organized by the Department of English, Jahangirnagar University

Teaching Area : American Drama and Poetry, Romantic Poetry, Metaphysical Poetry,  20th Century English Dramas, Literary Criticism and Theory, English Speaking and Listening Skills

Journals :

 1. “From Rebellious voices into Subalterns: Transformations of Caliban And Okonnow in Colonial Empires”  Ariful Islam Laskar and Naser Emdad  Literature, History and Culture Writings in Honor of Prof. Aali Areefur Rehman,  1 807-819  2014  Bangladesh 
 2. “Design, Darkness, and Duality: Defamiliarization in Frost’s poetry”  Naser Emdad and Ariful Islam Laskar  ASA University Review  7 37-44  2013  Bangladesh 
 3. “Indian sticky curry spice and American spicy hamburger slice: cultural mingling, duality and maladies of immigrants in an ‘unaccustomed World’”  Ariful Islam Laskar  CHAOS  1 109  2012  Bangladesh 
 4. “Ibsen’s Nora Helmer Versus Shaw’s Saint Joan: An effort to exert Existence and feminine Sensibility and unfold Identity  Ariful Islam Laskar  Bangladesh Research Foundation  1 105  2012  Bangladesh 


Conference Papers:

 1.“Indian sticky curry spice and American spicy hamburger slice: cultural mingling, duality and maladies of immigrants in an ‘unaccustomed World,” 2nd International Conference Thinking Otherwise with/in English Studies. 13 & 14 May, 2011, Department of English, Jahangirnagar University.

2. “Brave New World: A Namesake of Civilized Dys(u)topian Savagery in the Garden” "The Machine in the Garden: Literature, Language and Technology in English Studies" 19 September 2015

Kazi Nazrul's Selected Poems: Univocal and Uncanny Unification of Basic and Unique Human Traits  ( Ongoing)

3rd English Week: JU :: 1st and 2nd Prize respectively in Inter-University  Bangla Poetry and Billet-doux  ( Love Letter) Competion.

JUDS Jahangirnagar University Debating Society), JUEAA ( Jahangirnagar University English Alumni Association)

ASA University Bangladesh ( Senior Lecturer)  BRAC University ( Teaching Assistant)