Saiful Hassan Khan Majlish

Assistant Professor, English

The People's University of Bangladesh

NameSaiful Hassan Khan Majlish
DesignationAssistant Professor
DepartmentDepartment of English
FacultyFaculty of Arts
E-mailsaiful.hassan@pub.ac.bd
Cell-Phone+880 1718512301

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NameSaiful Hassan Khan Majlish
DesignationAssistant Professor
DepartmentDepartment of English
FacultyFaculty of Arts
E-mailsaiful.hassan@pub.ac.bd
Cell-Phone+880 1718512301
  • MA in English in the year of 2004 The People’s University of Bangladesh.
  • BA (Honors) in English in the year of 2002 Dhaka College, National University.

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1. “Strains and Conflicts in Ibsen’s A Doll’s House: A Reification of the Drama within the Modern Nuclear Family” in Centennial Essays on Ibsen (2006), published by the Department of English, University of Dhaka.
[Had received a complimentary letter from Aud Lise Norheim, the former Norwegian ambassador to Bangladesh, for this research paper]

2. “Making More Sense of Being in Being and Time,” published in the volume (33) of Copula: Jahangirnagar University Studies in Philosophy (2016), an annual journal published by the Department of Philosophy, Jahangirnagar University.

3. “Rethinking Nora’s Transgression in A Doll’s House,” published in the volume (9) of Praxis: Journal of the Department of English (2017), an annual journal of the Department of English, University of Rajshahi.

4. “Reading Mary’s Derangement Existentially: A Study of The Grass is Singing,” published in the volume (33) of Harvest: Jahangirnagar University Studies in Language and Literature (2017-2018), an annual Journal of the Department of English, Jahangirnagar University.

5. “On the Madness of Hamlet and King Lear: An Ontological Perspective,” published in the volume (36) of Harvest: Jahangirnagar University Studies in Language and Literature (2020-2021), an annual Journal of the Department of English, Jahangirnagar University.

6. “Redeeming Raju in The Guide: A Phenomenological Study,” published in the volume (9) of Panini: NSU Studies in Language and Literature (2020-2021), an annual Journal of the Department of English, North South University.