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  • PhD (Economics), New School for Social Research, New York, US, 2000.


    LL.M., Dhaka University, Bangladesh 1979.


    LL.B. Honors., Dhaka University, Bangladesh 1978.

Areas of Interest

A collection of critical essays on Kazi Nazrul Islam, in press;
Editing uncollected writings of Ahmad Sofa, projected to be in six volumes;
Translating ‘Peau noire, masques blancs’ and other works by Frantz Fanon;
Writing ‘The National Question in South Asia after Bangladesh’ for a conference on ‘Marxism in South Asia’ in mid-November in New Delhi;
Writing a new introduction to ‘The Communist Manifesto’ on the occasion of its 170th anniversary.

Prof. Salimullah Khan, PhD

Professor

Overview

 

Salimullah Khan taught Law at Rajshahi University (1983-1984), at the Institute of Business Administration (IBA), and Dhaka University (1984-1986) before proceeding to the US in 1986. There he taught graduate and undergraduate courses in several colleges as an adjunct, in the main, at the College of Staten Island, City University of New York (1993-1999). On returning to Bangladesh he taught Law and Economics at East West University (2001), the University of Development Alternative (2002) and at Stamford University, Bangladesh (2005-2012) where he also edited the Stamford Journal of Law, vols. I-III. I used to teach Freudian and Lacanian Psychoanalysis (‘Psychology of Theatre’) part-time in the Department of Theatre and Performance Studies at Dhaka University (2011-2015) and he currently teach Psychoanalysis, Cultural Studies and South Asian History, in the main, at ULAB. He also direct the Centre for Advanced Theory and edit ‘Occasional Papers in Theory’, a journal, under the auspices of the Centre.

Research & Awards

Current Projects:

  1. ‘The National Question in South Asia after Bangladesh’ for a conference on ‘Marxism in South Asia’ in mid-November at South Asian University, New Delhi;
    2. Preparing an edition, bilingually, of ‘Bengali: Spoken and Written’ by Symacharan Ganguli (1838-1929), first published in Calcutta Review in 1877 and translated recently, as well as a rebuttal by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee (1938-1894) with Ganguli’s rejoinder. I am also writing a critical introduction to the debate for Occasional Papers in Theory, no. 2;
    3. Writing up an address on the 99th anniversary of the October Revolution for a conference at the Jahangirnagar University, Savar, in November 201             Awards:
    Graduate Studies Scholarship: Mid-western Universities Consortium for International Activities (MUCIA)/International Development Agency Award (1986-1988).

Publications

Books

1. Silence: On crimes of power (Dhaka: Samhati Publications, 2008)

বাংলাদেশ: জাতীয় অবস্থার চালচিত্র, ৩য় সংস্করণ (ঢাকা: বাংলায়ন, ২০০৩)

স্বাধীনতা ব্যবসায় (ঢাকা: আগামী প্রকাশনী, ২০১১) 

আহমদ ছফা সঞ্জীবনী (ঢাকা: আগামী প্রকাশনী, ২০১০)

আদমবোমা (ঢাকা: আগামী প্রকাশনী, ২০০৯)

আমি তুমি সে (ঢাকা: সংবেদ, ২০০৮)

সত্য, সাদ্দাম হোসেন ও স্রাজেরদৌলা, ২য় সংস্করণ (ঢাকা: আগামী প্রকাশনী, ২০১১)

ফ্রয়েড় পড়ার ভূমিকা, সম্পাদিত (ঢাকা: এশীয় শিল্প ও সংস্কৃতি সভা, ২০০৫)

বেহাত বিপ্লব: ১৯৭১, সম্পাদিত, ২য় সংস্করণ (ঢাকা: আগামী প্রকাশনী, ২০১০) ।

Journal Articles

‘Judiciary and the Republic,’ Stamford Journal of Law, no. 3, (July 2012), pp. 23-56

‘Leviathan and the Supreme Court: An essay on the “basic structure” doctrine,’ Stamford Journal of Law, no. 2 (March 2011)

Chapters

‘Rule of Torture, Rites of Terror and the Mirror of Fascism: A further tribute to Frantz Fanon’, in Human Rights and Governance: Bangladesh, Md. Shariful Islam, ed., (Hong Kong: Asian Legal Resource Centre, 

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