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Department: School of Arts and Humanities Year: 2014


 

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Rahman, N., Zaman, T.
Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard in Bangladesh: A Study of the Cultural Implications of Dramatic Adaptation
Crossings: A Journal Of English Studies, volume: 4 & 5 , Year: 2014

 
Zaman, T.
Cherry Orchard in Bangladesh: A Study of the Cultural Implications of Dramatic Adaptation
Crossings: A Journal of English Studies, volume: 4 & 5 , Year: 2014

 
Ara, S.
Evaluating the Evaluator: The Need for an Accurate Evaluation System for ELT Professionals in Private Universities
Crossings: ULAB Journal of English Studies, volume: 4 & 5, 2014 , Year: 2014

 
Mamun, M.
Motivating EFL Learners: A Study on the Students of Business Studies
Outlooks: VUB Studies in Language, Literature and Culture, volume: 2 , issue: October 2014 , Year: 2014

 
Mamun, M.
New Historicism and Humayun Ahmed’s Jochhona o Jononir Golpo
ASA University Review, volume: 8 , issue: 15, July - December 2014 , Year: 2014

 
Saleheen, M.S.U.
Teachers’ Awareness, Opportunities and Challenges of Adapting EFL Materials in Bangladeshi Universities
Crossings: A Journal of English Studies, volume: 4&5, 2014 , Year: 2014

 
Islam, N.
The Metamorphosis: A Tale of Two Metamorphoses?
Crossings: ULAB Journal of English Studies, volume: 3 , issue: No. 1 (Fall 2010- Fall 2011) , Year: 2014

 
Huq, ATM. S.
The Not So Secret Origin of the Graphic Novel and Its Status in 21st Century Literature
Stamford Journal of English, volume: 8, 2014 , Year: 2014

 
Huq, ATM. S.
Using Graphic Novels to Teach English Majors in Bangladeshi Universities
Crossings: ULAB Journal of English Studies, volume: 4 & 5, 2014 , Year: 2014

 
Rahman, A.G.
Violence in the Poems in the Alice Books and Lewis Carroll’s Intended Audience
InSight: Rivier Academic Journal, Rivier University, Nashua, NH, USA, Year: 2014

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