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Dr. Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque

Associate Professor, Department of Arabic, Dhaka University, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh

+8801711305846, ehsanh74@yahoo.com

 

PERSONAL INFORMATION

  • Father’s Name: Abu Mohammad Ezharul Hoque
  • Mother’s Name : Begum Rahima Hoque
  • Date of Birth: 1 March 1976
  • Permanent Address: Village & Post Office: Kharulia

                                                  Police Station & District: Cox’sbazar

                                                  Bangladesh

  • Present Address : Department of Arabic

                                                  University of Dhaka

                                                  Dhaka- 1000

                                                  Bangladesh

Passport No:                        BE0526551

 

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION

  • PhD in Arabic

University of Dhaka                                                                        2006-2010

  • MA in Arabic

University of Dhaka                                                                        1996-1997

  • BA (Honours) in Arabic

University of Dhaka                                                            1993-1996

  • HSC (Alim)

Bangladesh Madrasa Education Board                             1990-1992

  • SSC (Dakhil)

Bangladesh Madrasa Education Board                             1980-1990

 

 

 

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Associate Professor, Department of Arabic, University of Dhaka, from 30/3/2011 to till date
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Arabic, University of Dhaka, from 4/4/2006 to 29/3/2011
  • Lecturer, Dept. of Arabic, University of Dhaka, from 17/03/2003 to 3/4/2006

Courses Taught

  • Developing Arabic Language Skills (Reading & Writing)
  • Modern Arabic Poetry
  • Arabic Short Story
  • Translation
  • Research Methodology
  • Travel Literature

 

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE AT THE UNIVERSITY

  • House Tutor, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Hall, University of Dhaka, from 22 March, 2004 to 21 March, 2014   

Key Responsibilities Carried as House Tutor

  • Arranging extra-curricular activities such as sport events, debate competition etc.; acting provost of the hall for sometimes.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE IN GOVERNMENT SERVICE 

  • District Information Officer (20th BCS cadre), Noakhali, Bangladesh from 24/7/2002 to 16/3/2003
  • District Information Officer (20th BCS cadre), Joypurhat, Bangladesh from 31/5/2001 to 23/7/2002

Key Responsibilities Carried as District Information Officer

Field publicity of the government of Bangladesh, spokesman of the government for the assigned district.

 

RESEARCH INTEREST

  1. Problems of Arabic Language teaching in Bangladesh as a second language
  2. Influence of Arabic Language on Bengali dialects
  3. Ancient and Medieval Indo-Arab Relations
  4. Travel literature
  5. Issues of translation
  6. Jurisprudence of calamity

 

PhD RESEARCH

University of Dhaka

Title of the PhD research:

Perso-Arabic Elements in Chittagonian Bangla: A Linguistic Analysis

 

Supervision of Research

  • Successfully supervised a PhD researcher
  • 4 (four) MPhil researchers currently doing research under my supervision

 

RELEVENT SKILLS AND COURSES

  • Training course for the teachers of Arabic to non-native learners, a five day training course organized by Al-Arabiyyah Li Al-Jami‘ at the Department of Arabic, University of Dhaka
  • Bangladesh Civil Service Information Cadre foundation training, a four month training course for District Information Officers and first class officials of the Ministry of Information, Government of Bangladesh
  • Microsoft Office: daily use of Microsoft Word (thesis and publication), Power point (conference presentation) Excel & SPSS (data analysis)

PROFESSIONAL SKILL & EXPERIENCES  

  • Working as a member of SAC, Department of Arabic, Dhaka University
  • Working as a member of External Peer Review Team for Al-Quran and Islamic Studies Department, Islamic University, Kustia, Bangladesh (2017).

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

PUBLICATIONS  

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque, "إمكانية وجود الكائنات الحية في الكواكب الأخرى على ضوء القرآن الكريم"  (Possibility of the Existence of Living Creatures in Exoplanets in the Light of Holy Quran) The Dhaka University Arabic Journal, V. 18, No. 20; June 2017 pp. 61-82.

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque, "استدعاء العقل لإثبات الآخرة في القرآن الكريم"  The Dhaka University Arabic Journal, V. 17, No. 18-19; June 2016 & June 2016. Pp. 95-108. 

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque, “Exportable Commodities of India in the Accounts of Early Arab Writers,” Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh (Hum), Vol. 60 (2), 2015

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque & A K M Rasheduzzaman, “Al-Quraner Boigganic Bayakhkha: Ekti Porjalochone (Scientific Exegesis of the Holy Quran: A Reflection),” The Quranic Studies, V. 5, No. 4, December, 2015, pp. 61-71 

Tahir Ahmad & Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque, “Chander Udayasthaler Bibhinnata o Ekak Islami Calendar: Ekti Porjalochona (Differences in Moon-sighting and Single Islamic Calendar),” The Quranic Studies, V. 5, No. 3, June, 2015, pp. 51-67

  • Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque, “Origin of the Name of Chattagram: A Retrospective Study,” The Dhaka University Studies, V. 69, No. 2, December, 2012, pp. 91-103 

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque,"التوقيعات وقيمتها الأدبية والتاريخية"  (Tawqiat and its Literary and Historic Value), The Dhaka University Arabic Journal, V. 15, No. 16, June 2013, pp. 4-27

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque, “Chattagrami Banglai Arabi Farsi Shobdo (Arabic-Persian Words in Chittagonian Bangla)” in Mahbubul Hoque and Shimul Barua (Eds.), Chatgan Bhashar Rup-parichay (Introduction to the form of Chittagong Language), (Chittagong: Chittagong Language Council, 2012), pp. 60-66

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque, “Early Arab Contact with Chittagong: A Historical Analysis,” Journal of Sociology, V. 4, No. 2, July-December, 2012, pp. 19-38

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque,"الفرق والاعتقادات الدينية الهندية في تداوين الكتاب العرب القدماء: دراسة تحليلية "  (Religious Sects and Beliefs of India in the Registers of Early Arab Writers: An Analytical Study),” The Dhaka University Arabic Journal, v. 14, no. 15, June 2012, pp. 67-75

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque, "أماكن البنغال في كتابات الجغرافيين العرب القدماء: دراسة تحليلية  (Places of Bengal in the Writings of Early Arab Geographers: An Analytical Study),” The Dhaka University Arabic Journal, v. 13, no. 14, June 2011, pp. 67-76

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque, "أبو عطاء السندي: شاعر فحل سندي الأصل في أفنية المدن العربية العالمية  (Abu ‘Ata As-Sindhi: A Potent Poet with Sindhi Origin in the Premises of Arab Cosmopoleis),” The Dhaka University Arabic Journal, v. 12, no. 13, June 2010, pp. 57-72

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque, "الموشحات الأندلسية: فن تفوق به شعراء الأندلس على نظرائهم المشارقة  (Andalusian Muashshahat: An Art by which the Poets of Andalusia exceeded their Eastern Counterparts),’ The Dhaka University Arabic Journal, v. 11, no. 12, June 2009. pp. 105-124

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque & Md. Abdul Kadir, ÒArabi Boyakoron Sibwaih er Al-Kitabe Tafsirer Upaan: Ekti Prayogic Porjalochona (The Elements of Tafsir in Arabic Grammarian Sibwaih’s al-Kitab: An Empirical Study)” The Dhaka University Journal of Islamic Studies, Vol. 3, No. 1, January-June 2009, pp. 115-160

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque, “Elegy for Lost Kingdoms and Ruined Cities in Hispano-Arabic Poetry”, Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh (Hum), Vol. 52 (2), 2007, pp. 235-266

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque & ABM Siddiqur Rahman Nizami, “Women-Imamate in Prayer: An Analysis in the Light of Islamic Shari‘ah”, Islamic Studies Journal of Dr Serajul Hoque Islamic Research Centre, 1st & 2nd Vol., No. 1, January- December 2006, pp. 162-199

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque, “The Diwan School in Modern Arabic Literature”, The Dhaka University Studies, v. 62, No. 1, June 2005, pp. 105-118

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque, أحمد أمين: آرائه في اللغة وخدماته في النقد (Ahmad Amin: His Views on Language and His Contribution to Criticism) The Dhaka University Arabic Journal, v. 9, no. 10, June 2004, pp. 135-154

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque, "أحمد أمين وكتابه فجر الإسلام"  (Ahmad Amin and His Book Fajrul Islam)”, The Dhaka University Arabic Journal, v. 8, no. 9, June 2003, pp. 149-158

 

CONFERENCE PAPERS

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque, , 1st International Conference on Education, Literature and Arts (ICELA) with title “Intercultural Communication through Language, Literature and Arts” May 17-18, 2017, Convened by Faculty of Languages and Arts, Universitas Negeri Jakarta.  

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque, “Early Arab Contact With Bengal and Assam: Trade Routes and Commodities”, International Conference on Arabic and Islamic Studies in North-East India, Abhayapuri College, Assam, India, 27-29th June, 2013

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque, “Indian Fauna as Stated by Biruni and Arab Travellers”, 1st Biruni International Conference-2014, Dhaka, 5-6th February, 2014.

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque, ترجمة القرآن الكريم إلى اللغة البنغالية: تاريخ وخيز وتقييم (Translation of Quran Karim to Bengali language: Brief History and Evaluation)”, International Conference on the translation and interpretation of the Holy Quran, Kerala University, India, 23-25th April, 2015.

BOOKS

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque, Amirul Muminin Uthman Ibn Affan (in Bengali), (Dhaka: Bangladesh Islamic Centre, 2013).

FORTHCOMING BOOK

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque, Constantinople Bijoyi Sultan Mohammad Al-Fatih (Conqueror of Constantinople Sultan Muhammad Al-Fatith) 

EDITED BOOK

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque, Abu Mohammad Ezharul Hoque Rochobaboli (Anthology of Abu Md Ezharul Hoque), Dhaka: Hoque Publishers, 2017   

 

 

 

TRANSLATION

Zubair Mohammad Ehsanul Hoque, Jatri Chaunir Niche (translation of Naguib Mahfuz’s collection of short story Tahth al-Mizallah), (Dhaka: Rodela Prokashani, 2015) 

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

Asiatic Society of Bangladesh 2011- present

Bangladesh Linguistics Society                                                     2008-present