DEH Organizes Workshop on Digital Humanities

The Department of English and Humanities at the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh organized a workshop titled “Introducing Digital Humanities: The New Horizon of Humanities and Storytelling Scholarship” on July 1, 2021. The workshop garnered attention from students and faculty members from all departments as this is a relevant and trending area of study. The […]

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DEH Spring 2021 Commencement: “Miles To Go…”

The Spring 2021 Commencement Program, “Miles to go…,” for the outgoing students of the BA and MA programs of the Department of English and Humanities at ULAB was held on June 10, 2021. Mr. Md. Muyeedur Rahman, General Manager and Head of Business, Mobile Division, Bangladesh Branch Office, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., was present as […]

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DEH Webinar: “Theory and Practice in Applied Linguistics and TESOL: Future Directions”

The Department of English and Humanities (DEH) at the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) arranged a webinar on “Theory and Practice in Applied Linguistics and TESOL: Future Directions,” on May 29, 2021, featuring Prof. Shaila Sultana, Advisor, Center for Language Studies and Adjunct Faculty, DEH, and Dr. Syeda Farzana Sultana, Assistant Professor, DEH, ULAB. […]

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DEH Commemorates Shakespeare with “Shakespeare: The Willful Bard”

The Department of English and Humanities at the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) organized a colloquium to commemorate William Shakespeare’s birth and death anniversary. The event, “Shakespeare: A Willful Bard,” was held on April 22, 2021. Speakers at the program included Professor Shamsad Mortuza, Acting Vice-Chancellor, ULAB; Professor Kaiser Haq, poet and translator; Professor […]

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DEH Spring 2021 Seminar: Talk by Dr. Rabia Hos

“ELT through a Pandemic: A Call for a Change of Mindset”: A Talk by Dr. Rabia Hos The Department of English and Humanities at ULAB organized a seminar with guest speaker Dr. Rabia Hos, Assistant Professor of TESOL/ Bilingual and Dual Language Education at The University of Rhode Island, USA. The webinar focused on improving […]

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DEH Alumni Workshop on Feature Writing

The Department of English and Humanities at ULAB organized an online workshop on feature writing for its students on April 6, 2021. The workshop was facilitated by Mr. Nahid Riyasad, an alumnus of the department and staff writer at the online news portal, New Age. The workshop began with a welcome address by the Head […]

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DEH Alumni Talk: “Aiming to Study Abroad”

The Department of English and Humanities at the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) in collaboration with its Alumni Association organized a talk on March 27, 2021 with Rebeka Badiozzaman, a highly accomplished alumna of the department, and Mohammad Shams Ud Duha, PhD student at Purdue University, USA. The talk, “Aiming to Study Abroad: Behind […]

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Scholars Program Launched at DEH

The Department of English and Humanities at the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) launched a Scholars Program for its undergraduate students  on March 25, 2021. The mission of the Scholars Program is to provide a platform for those high-achieving students who strive for academic excellence and are ready to explore extensive educational opportunities not covered […]

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DEH Celebrates World Poetry Day 2021

To observe World Poetry Day 2021, the Department of English and Humanities at the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh held a virtual program aptly titled “A Celebration of Poetry” on Monday, March 22, 2021. Though World Poetry Day is in fact on March 21, the program was held a day later. Professor Shamsad Mortuza, Acting […]

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2nd Forum with Prof. Syed Manzoorul Islam: DEH Curriculum Integration Spring 2021

Renowned postcolonial critic and eminent academic, Professor Syed Manzoorul Islam said, “A similar colonial attitude persists in all countries of the Indian subcontinent. But we are supposed to be a little different, and we should not allow our paths to be driven by the same colonialist energy that we have seen operating from 1947 to […]

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