Crossings: ULAB Journal of English Studies

Crossings is an annual peer-reviewed journal of scholarly articles and book reviews. Thematically the articles are on English Literature and Language and how they relate to human behaviour and society and to the more-than-the-human world.

Prof. Shamsad Mortuza, PhD

Executive Editor:
Arifa Ghani Rahman

Assistant Editor:
Dr. Mahruba Tasneem Mowtushi

Editorial Board:
Prof. Kaiser Hamidul Haq
Prof. Golam Sarwar Chowdhury
Dr. Mahmud Hasan Khan

Advisory Board:
Prof. Fakrul Alam (University of Dhaka)
Prof. Ian Almond (Georgetown University in Qatar)
Prof. Malashri Lal (University  of  Delhi)
Prof. Azirah Hashim (University of Malaya)i)

ISSN: 2071-1107


Fall 2008, Vol. 1, No. 1
Fall 2009, Vol. 2, No. 1
Fall 2011, Vol. 3, No. 1
Summer 2014, Vol. 4 & 5, No. 1 Part 1
Summer 2014, Vol. 4 & 5, No. 1 Part 2
Summer 2015, Vol. 6.1
December 2015, Special Volume
Summer 2016, Vol. 7.1
Summer 2017, Vol. 8.1
Summer 2018, Vol. 9.1
Summer 2019, Vol. 10
March 2020, Special Marx Volume


ULAB Journal of Science and Engineering

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Call for Papers for Vol 4.

The ULAB Journal of Science and Engineering is an annual peer-reviewed journal that strives to present most important research results in all branches of Science and Engineering. This includes all traditional areas of both theoretical and practical applications of physics, mathematics, environmental science, electronics, computer science, information and communication engineering.

Editorial Board:
Professor Dr. Mohammad Shorif Uddin, Editor-in-Chief
Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Professor Dr. Sazzad Hossain, Editor
Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Professor Dr. S M Mahbubur Rahman, Editor
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Asst. Professor Dr. A K M Muzahidul Islam, Editor
Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Asst. Professor Dr. Tama Fouzder, Editor
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

ISSN : 2079-4398 (Print) ISSN : 2414-102X (Online)


Vol. 1, Nov. 2010
Vol. 2, Nov. 2011
Vol. 3, Nov. 2012
Vol. 4, Nov. 2013

Bengal Lights Literary Journal

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Bengal Lights is a biannual literary journal published from Dhaka, Bangladesh. Our tastes are cosmopolitan: no location, no writer, no genre is off-limits. We welcome all writers: established or beginning, grizzled veterans or fresh-faced newbies, versed in the classics or cyber-narratives. We also seek to publish quality writing from Bangladesh and South Asia, but above all we seek to be engaged, to be a bazaar where all genres can mingle and multiply.

Editorial Board:

Khademul Islam, Editor (Bangladesh) Firdous Azim (Bangladesh)
Amit Chaudhuri (India) Kaiser Haq (Bangladesh)
Keki Daruwalla (India) Ahmede Hussain (Bangladesh)
S. Walter Perera (Sri Lanka) Syed Manzoorul Islam (Bangladesh)
Muneeza Shamsie (Pakistan) Razia Sultana Khan (Bangladesh)
Abhi Subedi (Nepal) Sadaf Saaz Siddiqi (Bangladesh)
K. Anis Ahmed (Bangladesh) Jeffrey Young (USA)
Tahmima Anam (UK) Chris Heiser (USA)

ISSN: 2305-3089


Autumn 2012
Spring 2013
Autumn 2013
Spring 2014

Working Paper Series on ICT for Development

A joint initiative of Bangladesh Institute of ICT in Development (BIID) and University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh, this quarterly Working Paper Series journal seeks to articulate, capture and document success stories, best practices, lessons learnt and shortcomings of projects in developing countries concerning using ICT for development purposes.

Editorial Advisory Board:

M. Asaduzzaman, PhD | BIDS, Bangladesh
Michael Gurstein, PhD | Center for Community Informatics RDT, Canada
Tim Unwin, PhD | Royal Holloway, University of London, UK
Brian Shoesmith, PhD | Edith Cowan University, Australia and ULAB
Charlotte Masiello-Riome | Communications Strategy Advisor, UK
Md Shahid Uddin Akbar | BIID, Bangladesh
Aparajita Goyal | World Bank, Washington DC

Jude William Genilo, PhD | ULAB, Bangladesh

Assistant Editor
Sarkar Barbaq Quarmal, PhD | ULAB, Bangladesh

ISSN: 2307-0099

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