Touhida Easmin Humaira
Touhida Easmin is a Senior Lecturer in English at the State University of Bangladesh. She graduated from the Department of English of Jahangirnagar University. She also completed her MA in English Literature from the same university. Passionate about teaching, she joined as a lecturer at the Asian University of Bangladesh in 2012 and continued there for more than five years. She joined at the State University of Bangladesh in 2017.
Easmin has published one article in a recognized journal. Beside attending several conferences home and abroad, she also has presented paper in two international conferences.
In her seven-year-long teaching career, Easmin taught courses mainly from the literature stream. She believes in developing an aesthetic sense of literature among the students in terms of building a sensible future generation. Reasonably, therefore, her areas of interest include Bengali Literature specifically folk literature, postcolonial literature, gender studies, and culture and media studies among others.
1. Crusoe is/as Curse: Ecological Imperialism in Robinson Crusoe ICL 2018- International Conference on Literature: Contemporary Perspective on/in Postcolonial and Diasporic Literature and Theory organized by: Postgraduate Students' Club of the School of Humanities, University Sains Malaysia, in Penang, Malaysia on 25th and 26th July, 2018 2. Participant and abstract presenter at Postgraduate Conference 2012 entitled “Language, Literature and Cultural Studies in 21st Century: Transcending/ Transgressing Boundaries” organized by Department of English, Jahangirnagar University, Savar, Dhaka; held in 25-26 May, 2012.