Address:

    English Discipline, Khulna University

    Email:

    ruhina.khulna@gmail.com

    Contact:

    01748318402

    Personal Webpage:
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Dr. U. H. Ruhina Jesmin

Assistant Professor

Research Interest:

African American Literature

African American Women Writers 

American Literature

Neo-Freudianism

Defense Mechanisms

Intersectionality

Gender and Sexuality Studies

Education

BA (Hons.) in English, English Discipline, Khulna University

MA in English (with thesis), English Discipline, Khulna University

PhD in American Literature, Dept. of English, Islamic University

Bio

Dr. U. H. Ruhina Jesmin, an Assistant Professor of English Discipline at Khulna University, has been teaching English language and literature since 2012. She proves her merit by publishing her MA thesis, also publishing in journals some of which are international. Her conference papers for presentation were accepted and published in Intl. proceedings. In December 2018, she has been awarded her Ph.D on Nathaniel Hawthorne and Tennessee Williams’ works under the theoretical framework of psychoanalysis. Her field of interest is African American Studies.

Experiences

Teaching Experience

Current Position:

Assistant Professor, English Discipline, Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh from January 06, 2015 till date.

Previous Position:

Lecturer, English Discipline, Khulna University, Khulna from July 25, 2012 to January 06, 2015.

Publication

List of Research Publications 

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Title of Publications

Medium of Publications

1.

“Vision of Budding Artists in Sons and Lovers and A Portrait: A Comparative Study between Paul Morel and Stephen Dedalus as Artists.” Diss. Lambert Academic Publishing, 2012.

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2.

“Paranoid Personality Disorder of the Duke in ‘My Last Duchess’.” Prime University Journal, Vol.7. No. 1. Dhaka: Prime University, 2013. 72-79.

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3.

“Narcissistic Personality in Death of a Salesman and Seize the Day: A Comparative Study.” Journal of Comparative Studies, No. 11(40) Latvia: Daugavpils University, 2018. 62-79.

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4.

“Characters’ Uses of Defense Mechanisms: A Comparative Study,” PRAXIS, Vol. 10. Rajshahi University, 2018. (in press)

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"Keats' Creative Process of Art with the aid of Fantasy as his Defense," Journal of Islamic Education and Research, Islamic University ,  2017. 

"Matir Moina: a Tale of the Clay Bird," Natyabidya Journal, Vol. 2., Jatiya Kabi Kazi Nazrul Islam University, 2018.

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