Areas of Interest
Romanticism and Education, Internal colonization, Drama, Literary Theories
Muntasir Mamun has twelve years of teaching experience at university level in English Language and Literature. He began his career as a lecturer at Eastern University, Dhanmondi, where he taught courses in both the Honours and Masters programs from 2004 to 2011. In addition to teaching there, he worked as the coordinator for the Cultural Club for more than four years. He has also taught at ASA University from 2011 to 2013. Muntasir joined ULAB’s Department of English and Humanities as an Assistant Professor in 2013 and has been teaching here since. At ULAB, he serves as the Advisor for the club Theatre ULAB, and encourages and motivates students to become involved in cultural activities.
Syntactic Analysis of Tripura-Bangla Code-switching: A Case Study of Internal Colonization in Indigenous Community of Bangladesh
“The Bee Poems: Plath’s Desire to Recover a Self”
Reference: The Eastern University Journal, Volume 2, Issue 2, July 2010, ISSN No. 1998- 7889
“Classroom Practices in Teaching English at Tertiary Level in Bangladesh.”
The Eastern University Journal, Vol.3, Issue 2, January 2011, ISSN No. 1998- 7889.
“Cultural Encounter in Things Fall Apart.”
Explorer: Journal of Faculty of Humanities and Law , Volume 3, No. 1& 2, 2010, ISSN No. 1998-5568
“Motivating EFL Learners: A Study on the Students of Business Studies.”
Outlooks: VUB Studies in Language, Literature and Culture, Volume 2, October 2014, ISSN No. 2079- 7478.
“Ngugi wa Thiong’o’s Techniques in Representing the Period of Decolonization in A Grain of Wheat.”
The Eastern University Journal, Volume 4, Issue 2, July 2012, ISSN No. 1998- 7889
“William Wordsworth’s and Jean Jacques Rousseau’s Concept of Education and its Relevance to the 21st Century.”
ASA University Review, Volume 6, Issue 11, July 2012, ISSN No. 1997- 6925.
“New Historicism and Humayun Ahmed’s Jochhona o Jononir Golpo.”
ASA University Review, Volume 8, Issue 15, July - December '2014, ISSN No. 1997- 6925.