Kazi Raidah Afia Nusaiba

10 books to foster gratitude and pride during Ramadan

As the holy month of Ramadan continues, may these books serve as guiding lights, illuminating the path towards greater understanding, compassion, and happiness

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‘Father of the Nation Bangabandhu’ marries the art of Japanese storytelling with the rich tapestry of Bangladesh’s history

A review of 'Father of the Nation Bangabandhu' (NRB Scholars, 2024) by ME Chowdhury Shameem and Iwamoto Keita

2m ago

Is this year’s Boi Mela a mausoleum of Bangla romance?

Wandering through the bustling lanes of Boi Mela, amidst the cacophony of voices and the rustle of pages turning, I found myself lost in a curious examination of the Bangla love story.

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Why grown-ups should reimmerse themselves in children's literature

Children's literature is purposefully crafted for a segment of society without political or economic clout—individuals devoid of wealth, suffrage, or command over the levers of finance and governance.

8m ago

Unravelling Bangali feminism and female rage

Feminism and literature share a profound connection as literature gives voice to the experiences of women, allowing us to understand their perspective. However, despite the abundance of information in the technological age, the promotion of feminist books remains a challenge in Bangladesh, often facing criticism from conservatives.

9m ago

Exploring the transformative power of fanfiction

While the term "fanfiction" may not have existed, the practice certainly did. Fanfiction has been argued to have influenced significant literary works such as the Homeric epics, Shakespeare's plays, and even Miguel Cervantes' Don Quixote.

10m ago

The murky waters of using AI for writing

As AI evolves, it is crucial to establish ethical standards and regulations to address potential challenges.

11m ago

11 books to read during Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Trigger Warning: This article mentions sexual and domestic abuse, trauma, and issues of mental health

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March 22, 2024
March 22, 2024

10 books to foster gratitude and pride during Ramadan

As the holy month of Ramadan continues, may these books serve as guiding lights, illuminating the path towards greater understanding, compassion, and happiness

March 17, 2024
March 17, 2024

‘Father of the Nation Bangabandhu’ marries the art of Japanese storytelling with the rich tapestry of Bangladesh’s history

A review of 'Father of the Nation Bangabandhu' (NRB Scholars, 2024) by ME Chowdhury Shameem and Iwamoto Keita

February 22, 2024
February 22, 2024

Is this year’s Boi Mela a mausoleum of Bangla romance?

Wandering through the bustling lanes of Boi Mela, amidst the cacophony of voices and the rustle of pages turning, I found myself lost in a curious examination of the Bangla love story.

August 25, 2023
August 25, 2023

Why grown-ups should reimmerse themselves in children's literature

Children's literature is purposefully crafted for a segment of society without political or economic clout—individuals devoid of wealth, suffrage, or command over the levers of finance and governance.

August 19, 2023
August 19, 2023

Unravelling Bangali feminism and female rage

Feminism and literature share a profound connection as literature gives voice to the experiences of women, allowing us to understand their perspective. However, despite the abundance of information in the technological age, the promotion of feminist books remains a challenge in Bangladesh, often facing criticism from conservatives.

July 17, 2023
July 17, 2023

Exploring the transformative power of fanfiction

While the term "fanfiction" may not have existed, the practice certainly did. Fanfiction has been argued to have influenced significant literary works such as the Homeric epics, Shakespeare's plays, and even Miguel Cervantes' Don Quixote.

May 29, 2023
May 29, 2023

The murky waters of using AI for writing

As AI evolves, it is crucial to establish ethical standards and regulations to address potential challenges.

April 24, 2023
April 24, 2023

11 books to read during Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Trigger Warning: This article mentions sexual and domestic abuse, trauma, and issues of mental health

March 28, 2023
March 28, 2023

Reading for spirituality during Ramadan

A unique opportunity to enhance one's spirituality and reflect on one's faith

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