MSS in Mass Communication & Journalism, University of DhakaBSS in Mass Communication & Journalism, University of Dhaka
Areas of Interest
Film Studies, Communication Research, Cultural Studies, Media Studies.
From 2010- May 2018 : Nandita has 8 years experience in teaching in the Department of Journalism and Media Studies at Stamford University Bangladesh. She has been involved in various documentary projects while taking her Honours Degree from Dhaka University. Along with that she has included herself in research fellowships. Her research on Representation of Lalan Shai’s Philosophy in the Biography-based Films, is published as a book from Bangladesh Film Archive.
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From 2010- May 2018 : Nandita has 8 years experience in teaching in the Department of Journalism and Media Studies at Stamford University Bangladesh.
Mahamud, T. & Khan, N. T. (2016), Bangla Chalochhitrer gan: Khamota Kathamoya Nari Purusher Uposthapon (The Songs of Bangla film: Presentation of Men & Women in the Power Structure) Jahangirnagar University Journal of Journalism and Media Studies, (02), 59-73.
Khan, N.T. (2011), The Pseudo-Merchandisers; Representation of Children in the Television Commercials, Published in Stamford Journal of Media, Communication and Culture, (01), 53-62.
Khan, N. T (2009), News in Bangladeshi Television Channels (in Bangla), Maddhyam 01(03) 60-72
Khan, N.T. & Mahamud, T. (2019), Bangladesher Action Dharar Cholochitre Rastro Dharona Nirnman ( Construction of State in the Action Film Genre in Bangladesh) Jahangirnagar University Journal of Journalism and Media Studies, (03), (47-53)
Khan, N. T, (2019), Komola Rocket:Shamantaral Ostitter Ek Shohoj Boyan (Komola Rocket: A Narrative of Parallel Subsistence), Agrayan, A Communication Journal of Society, Culture and State, Published by Department of Mass Communication & Journalism, University of Dhaka, (248-255)
Khan, N. T & Sultana T (2017, November) A Psychoanalytic Look at ‘Ahalya’ the Film: from Mythologies to Myth Paper presented at the International Conference on Visual South Asia: Anthropological Explorations of Media and Culture, University of Dhaka.
Khan, N. T (2014, August) Globalization & Screened Identity; Some Recent Trends in Bangladeshi Cinema, Paper presented at the First International Conference on Humanities & Social Science, IUB, Dhaka