As you go through the book, you face heavier winds. In the section titled ‘Gale’, Professor Mortuza explores the history of the establishment of our education system, the contentious nature of the semester system at our universities, the issue of campus ragging, corruption within our educational institutions, and various other compelling topics. In this section, he faces the topics head on.
This year’s sessions will be facilitated by eminent academics, writers, and professionals in their field, such as Professor Kaiser Haq, Professor Syed Manzoorul Islam, Professor Azfar Hussain, Professor Shamsad Mortuza, Arifa Ghani Rahman, and Maisha Hossain.
Dhaka Flow, the first National Youth Wellness Festival, took place at University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB).
Naeem Mohaiemen called the book and its selections, which comprise fairly short essays and editorials on contemporary matters, “an argument for somehow recording all that seems ephemeral, so we can then look back and trace what was happening.”
ULAB Press will published PhD monographs, original research, translations of seminal texts, creative works and textbooks, as well as manuscripts comprising photography of cultural heritage or national significance.
Sitting down with the vice-Chancellor of University of Liberal Arts, Bangladesh (ULAB).
ULAB is the only Bangladeshi university to be shortlisted.
Also a journalist, Wahab will speak about her nonfiction, Born A Muslim, a book that talks about the increasing political irrelevance of Muslims in India and the importance of feminist interpretations of the Quran, besides highlighting other relevant socio political issues.
Professor Islam sheds light on English writing in Bangladesh, its future, and the influence of the language movement on the Bangladeshi psyche.