Areas of Interest
Ahmed Sharif has 12 years of experience in the field of archaeological research, particularly in “field archaeology”. He has been teaching at ULAB for last five years. Apart from teaching, he has conducted many archaeological survey programs and participated several archaeological excavation programs in various parts of Bangladesh. He also has experience in providing hands on experience to the undergraduate and graduate students in the field of archaeology. Along with his teaching position, he has also been assigned as Research Associate at Center for Archaeological Studies (CAS), ULAB. Currently he is conducting research on archaeology of early medieval north Bengal and archaeology of Dhaka.
Sen S, Islam K.M, Akanda M.K.H, Ahsan S.M.K & Sharif A. (2010). “Survey Archaeology in the Margin: Construction and analysis of the initial database of the recognized and recorded archaeological data/places of present Biral Thana, Dinajpur of Northwestern part of Bangladesh,”
in “Selected Essays on History & Archaeology: Papers Presented in Memory of Professor Abu Imam”. Published by Centre for Archaeology & Heritage Research (CAHR), Dhaka, Bangladesh., pp 233-343 (ISBN: 978-984-33-0648-7)
Rahman AKM S., & Sharif A. (2008). “DhakarBhumiruperItihas: Akti Mughal RajdhanirPrathomicBhu-PrantatatticPorjalochona” (in Bengali) (translation in English: History of Geomorphology of Dhaka: A Primary Analysis of Geoarchaeological Context of a Mughal Capital). Pratnatattva,
Journal of the Department of Archaeology, Jahangirnagar University for the Volume 14, pp 73-80 . (ISSN: 1560-7593)
Sen, S., Islam, K. M., Akanda, M. K. H., Sharif, A., & Ahsan, S. M. K. (2010). Survey Archaeology in the Margin: Construction and analysis of the initial database of the recognized and recorded archaeological data/places of present Biral Thana, Dinajpur of Northwestern part of Bangladesh. In M. M.
Sharif A. (2019) “Rivers and the Relics: Archaeological heritage in Sultanate Dhaka on the bank of the Buriganga”in Abstracts Volume of 8th SSEASR International Conference on Rivers and Religion: Connecting Cultures of South and Southeast Asia. Published by Center for Archaeological Studies (CAS),
Dhaka, Bangladesh. (ISBN 978-984-93853-0-1)