Full-time Faculty; University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh Dhaka, Oct 2012 – Present
1) History of World Art and Architecture (GED302)
2) World Civilization (GED 201).
- History of World Art and Architecture (GED302). This course examines, analyzes and evaluates the major movements, and trends in the visual arts of western civilization. It focuses mainly on the art of Classical Antiquity, Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque, Romanticism, Realism and Impressionism. Comparisons are drawn between work of art from different periods. In addition to the stylistic and structural components of art, students study historical, social, religious and philosophical issues integral and related to the production and development of art.
- World Civilization (GED 201). This is a survey course of the various, interconnected, histories that make our global past, from antiquity to modern era. This course presents a view of history that is not constrained by national or cultural boundaries. It focuses on the history of cultural diffusion, influence of religion and science, knowledge/idea flows, conflict, domination and global political situation from a holistic and anthropological perspective. These phenomena transcend all national boundaries and lead us to look at our position in the world in a different way. The course shows us a world where human beings are interconnected and interdependent on each other and should work together for making a better future.
Adjunct Faculty University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh Dhaka, Oct 2010 – Sept 2012
Teaching evaluation scores at ULAB in various semesters ranged from 3 to 4+
Adjunct Faculty Shanto Mariam University of Creative Technology Dhaka, Sep 2007 – Aug 2009
Courses Taught: Introduction to History of Art & Design and History of Western Art II & III
Bonhams 1793, Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers; Work Experience Scheme, London, UK, 2006
- Can communicate effectively with students
- Mastery in English communication and comprehension
- Perfect knowledge about the common job duties of a lecturer and ability to perform them efficiently
- Highly innovative in depicting the subject matter to the students/audience, using traditional methods as well as modern aids
- Superb proficiency at computer aided teaching and research tools and the web search engines
- In-depth knowledge of various techniques and approaches applied at a research project
Advisor ULAB Social Welfare Club, August 2016-Present.
General Education Department Faculty Colloquium at ULAB
“Ottoman Architecture: Continuity and Changes in Nuruosmaniye, Ayazma and Laleli