Prof. Dr. Banani Biswas

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Prof. Dr. Banani Biswas


Comilla University
Cumilla-3506, Bangladesh
PhD. Shandong University English Literature 2018
Masters Jahangirnagar University English Literature 2006
Bachelor(4-yearsHons.) Jahangirnagar University English Literature 2005

Comilla University, Bangladesh
January 2023 - Present

Comilla University, Bangladesh
Associate Profrssor
December 2018 - January 2023

1. Biswas, Banani. “Choice between Creative and Procreative Functions: A Female Artist’s Struggle 
with Cultural Burdens in Rubaiyat Hossain’s Feature Film Under Construction,” Quarterly Review of Film and Video,2022. (SCOPUS, Q1, Published by T & F)
2. Biswas, Banani. “Comprehending the Oppression of Black Women: An Intersectional Study of 
The Temple of My Familiar and Now Is the Time to Open Your Heart,” Harvest: Jahangirnagar University Studies in Language and Literature, vol.35, 2020, pp. 17-31.
3. Biswas, Banani. “Cultural Awareness in Bangladeshi Poetry in English.” Bangla Academy
Journal. (Accepted).
4. Biswas, Banani. “Deconstruction of the Racist-Sexist Stereotypes in Alice Walker's Novels.” 
Social Science & Humanities Open, vol.4, no. 1, 2021. (Scopus, Published by Elsevier)
5. Biswas, Banani.Form/s of the Infinity: The Eclectic Communion of Self with the Supreme Soul 
in Nazrul’s “Bidrohi,” we‡`ªvnx: kZe©‡l kZ`„wó. Bangla Academy, 2022, pp. 327-334.
6. Biswas, Banani, and Renaissance Ahmed Sayma. “Politics of Historicizing Africa in Literature: 
Heart of Darkness versus Things Fall Apart.” The Comilla University Journal ofArts, vol. 6. (Accepted)
7. Biswas, Banani. “Listening to Silence: Approaching the Discursive Void Addressed in Alice 
Walker’s Novels,” Harvest: Jahangirnagar University Studies in Language and Literature,vol. 36, 2021, pp. 21-34.
8. Anie, Ayesha Akter, and Banani Biswas. “Representation of Black Men in Black Feminist 
Literature.” The ComillaUniversity Journal ofArts, vol. 5, 2020, pp. 197-208.
9. Biswas, Banani. (Dis)Locating Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights.” Jahangirnagar University 
Studies in Language & Literature, vol.31, 2016, pp. 7-21 
10. Biswas, Banani. “Oroonoko: A “Royal Slave” and/or a Master of Dignity.” Advancesin
Language    &    Literary    Studies    , vol. 6, no.4, 2015, pp. 208-215.
11. Biswas, Banani.  “The Patterns of the Male/Erotic Fantasy in Coover’s ‘The Babysitter’.” Asian 
Journal of Humanity, Art & Literature, vol. 3, no. 2, 2016, pp. 123-131.
12. Biswas, Banani, and TasnimaAktar. “A Study on the Mainstream’s Gaze in theWorks from 
Margin.” Arts & Design Study, vol.3, no. 4, 2012, pp. 1-6.

  • Interdisciplinary Studies, i.e., Gender Studies, Cultural Studies, Postcolonial Studies, Film & Media Studies, Race & Ethnicity Studies