PhD (Linguistics), Macquarie University, Australia, 2016
Title: “Medium of instruction policy as a symptom of Malaysian nationhood”
PhD (Linguistics), International Islamic University Malaysia, 2007
Title: “The discourse of popular culture: How the Malay youth interpret the culture of Other and construct self-identity discursively"
MA (Linguistics), International Islamic University Malaysia, 2003
Thesis: “The discursive construction of Afghan national identity in Time and Newsweek.”
MA (English Literature), Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh, 1998
BA (English Literature), Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh, 1996
Areas of Interest
Discourse Analysis, Language Policy Studies, South and Southeast Asian Studies
Mahmud Hasan Khan is an Associate Professor at the Department of English and Humanities.
He is a discourse analyst and has two PhDs (from UIA, Malaysia and Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia). He takes an interdisciplinary approach to explore the dialectical relation between discourse and society, covering a range of discourse domains incuding media, national politics, policy and pedagogy.
(2008). Nair, R. Haque, S. H. & Khan, Mahmud Hasan. (eds.) Media in Malaysia: A Critical Analysis. KL: University of Malaya Press.
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