Profile of Dr. Ashfaque Hossain

... Name Dr. Ashfaque Hossain
Designation Professor
Last Degree MA, MPhil (DU), PhD(Nottingham, UK)
   

PhD, University of Nottingham, UK, 2010

MPhil, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, 1999

M.A. University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, 1991(Held in 1994)

B.A. (Honours) University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, 1990 (Held in 1992)

Pervious Appointment & Professional Experiences

Associate Professor, January 2010 to December 2013. Department of History,    University of Dhaka, Bangladesh,     

Assistant Professor, September 2003 to January 2010. Department of History, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh   

Lecturer, July 1999 to August 2003. Department of History, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

Lecturer, December 1998 to June 1999. History, Bangladesh Open University

Gazipur, Bangladesh.

Research Fellow, June 1997 to December 1998.  Bangla Academy, Dhaka,     

Bangladesh. 

Assistant Editor, June 1996 to May 1997. Daily Manavjamin, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Assistant Editor, February 1995 to May 1996. Daily Banglabazar, Bangladesh

 

Adjunct Faculty

Institute of Business Administration (IBA) 2012 to present. University of Dhaka

BRAC University, 2010 to present. Department of English and Humanities

 

Universities Taught

Dhaka University, East West University (Bangladesh), Brac University (Bangladesh) and Bangladesh Open University

               

Subjects Taught

History of Bengal/Bangladesh Studies (Undergraduate), History of the Civilization and Culture (Undergraduate), The Fareast in Modern Times (BA), European History (BA) American History (BA), Modern Colonial and Postcolonial Bengal (MPhil) and South Asian History (BA), History of Ideas (MA)

 

Professional Services

Joint Secretary, Bangladesh Association of American Studies (BAAS) June 2013 to Present

Joint-General Secretary, Bangladesh Historical Association, December 2010 to January 2012

Senate Member, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

Associate Editor, Bangladesh Historical Studies 2009 to Present

Associate Editor, Bangladesh Asiatic Society Patrika 2009 to 2011

Assistant Editor, Banglapedia, January 2010 to December 2011.

Life Member, Bangladesh History Association 2003 to Present

Life Member, Asiatic Society of Bangladesh 1999 to Present

Life Member, Bangla Academy, Dhaka, Bangladesh

 

 

Elected Position

Member of Senate, the Dhaka University Senate, 2012 to 2017

Member of the Academic Council, Associate Professor Category, 2010-2012

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

 

 

Book published in Bengali

 

Ashafque Hossain, The Role of Indira Gandhi in the Liberation War of Bangladesh (In Bengali, Dhaka: Subarna Publishers, 2017) 

 

Ashafque Hossain, A Short History of   the Far East & Southeast Asia (In Bengali, Dhaka: Grantha Kutir, 2015) 

 

 Ashafque Hossain, A Short History of the Emergence of Independent Bangladesh (In Bengali, Dhaka: New Age Publication, 2014) 

 

Ashafque Hossain, Liberation War, Birth of Bangladesh and the United Nations, (In Bengali, Dhaka: Prothoma, 2012).

 

Ashafque Hossain, History of Europe (In Bengali, Co-Author, Bangladesh Open

     University), 2005.

 

Ashafque Hossain, An Outline History of Bangladesh: Down to 1971 (In Bengali, Dhaka: first edition JK Publication, 2004, Revised and Second edition, 2012) 

 

Ashafque Hossain, Emergence of Bangladesh and the United Nations, (In Bengali, Dhaka: Bangla Academy, 2002)

 

Ashafque Hossain, History of Liberation War of Moulvibazar District, 1994, 1997 (In

    Bengali,)

 

 

 

Publications in International Journals

 

  1.  Ashafque Hossain (2014),  ‘The world of the Sylheti seamen in the Age of Empire, from the late eighteenth century to 1947’,  Journal of Global History, Cambridge University Press, Vol. 9, Issue. 3, pp 425-446

Link ( http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1740022814000199

  1. Ashafque Hossain (2013), The Making and Unmaking of Assam Bengal Border and Sylhet Referendum’ Modern Asian Studies, Cambridge University Press, Vol., 47, Issue.1, pp. 250-287.

         Link (http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0026749X1200056X)

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain (2007), Global/Localization and the ‘‘Sylheti Diaspora’’ in Britain’ in Nicholas Hewitt and Dick Geary, (eds.) Diaspora(s): Movements and Cultures, Critical, Cultural and Communication Press (CCCP), UK.

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain (2003), ‘Climate Change and Coastal Area of Bangladesh: Some Historical Aspects’, South Asian Centre, Joypur, India.

 

 

 

 

Articles (English):

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain, `Changing Face of Global and Local Entrepreneurship: A Case Study on Sylhet Tea Plantation’, Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, Humanities, vol. 62, June, 2017.

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain,  ‘The United Nations and the International War Crimes’ (Tribunal) Act 1973 (ICT-BD), Journal of Genocide Studies, Liberation War Museum (LWM), Dhaka, 2014

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain, ‘The Emergence of Bangladesh and Edward Kennedy’, The Journal of Social Studies, No. 138, April-June 2013 

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain, Labour Recruitment Mechanism: The Emergence of Sardar in Sylhet Plantation, Bangladesh Historical Studies, Vols. XXII, 2010-12.

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain, ‘Role of Foreign Missions in Dhaka during Bangladesh Liberation War’ Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, Dhaka, March 2011.

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain, ‘Industrialization and De-industrialization theses in Colonial

Period: A Critical Review’, published in the Journal of the Management Studies, Faculty of Business Studies, University of Dhaka, 2004.

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain, ‘Some Aspects Economic History of Sylhet in the 20th

           Century’, Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, Humanities, vol. 

           50, December, 2003. 

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain, Six Points Programme (1966), published in BANGLAPEDIA-

the National Encyclopaedia of Bangladesh (English & Bengali, Dhaka: Asiatic Society of

         Bangladesh, March 2003).

   

  1. Ashafque Hossain, Sylhet District, published in BANGLAPEDIA-the National

Encyclopaedia of Bangladesh (English & Bengali, Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, March 2003).

   

  1. Ashafque Hossain, Sunamgonj District, published in BANGLAPEDIA-the National  

Encyclopaedia of Bangladesh (English & Bengali, Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, March 2003).

    

  1. Ashafque Hossain,  Chhatak Upazila, published in BANGLAPEDIA-the National Encyclopaedia of Bangladesh (English & Bengali, Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, March 2003).

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain, Kanaighat Upazila, published in BANGLAPEDIA-the National Encyclopaedia of Bangladesh (English & Bengali, Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, March

 

  1. .Ashafque Hossain, Tea Industry , published in BANGLAPEDIA-the National Encyclopaedia of Bangladesh (English & Bengali, Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, 2012)

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain, Aftab Ali, published in BANGLAPEDIA-the National Encyclopaedia of Bangladesh (English & Bengali, Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, 2012)

 

Review Article (English):  ‘James Jeremiah Novak, Bangladesh Reflections on the Water’, 

          Bangladesh Historical Studies, Vols. XV-XVI, 1991-95. 

 

 

 

Book Chapters:

 

Ashafque Hossain, `Three Bengali Districts and the Making and Unmaking of Assam-Bengal Broders, 1874-1947’ Akmal Hossain (Edited) Bangladesh’s Neighbours in Indian Northeast: Exploring Opportunities and Mutual Interest, Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, 2017 (PP. 177- 204)

AWAWRDS & HONOURS:

Recipient of UGC Research Award 2013 in Arts & Social Science

Recipient of Justice Ibarhim Memorial Gold Medal for Outstanding Research in Arts & Social Science, University of Dhaka (2012-2013)

 

 

Fellowships

International Scholarship (ORS), the University of Nottingham, UK 2004-2007

Bursary, School of History, the University of Nottingham, UK, 2004-2008

Bangabnadhu Overseas Scholarship, the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2004-2007

Royal Historical Society, UK:  Research Grant for Archival Study at James Finlay Archives, University of Glasgow, 2005

Research Fellow, Bangla Academy, Dhaka, Bangladesh 1997-1998

 

 

INTERNATIONAL Seminar, Symposium & Workshop

 

International Seminar  on Revisiting and Remembering Partition: Issues Related to Eastern and North-Eastern India, Diamond Harbour Women’s University, South 24 Parganas, West Bengal, India 21-22 August 2017. Valedictory Address & Session Chair.

 

3rd South Asian History Conference, Panjabi University, Patiala, Panjab, India, 15-18 October, 2015. Guest of Honour & Session Chair.

 

International Conference on "1947: Rethinking" on 13th – 14th March 2015, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, India. Distinguished Speaker & Session Chair.

 

International Symposium on Water-space, Empire and Mobility in South-eastern Asia, June 14, 2013, Humboldt University Berlin

 

International Workshop on Social History, June 18-20, June 2013 IISH, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

 

Study Visit to Loughborough University, UK, funded by British Council, 18-22 March 2013.

 

International Seminar in Vidysagar University, West Bengal, 15-18 May, 2012 

 

Encounters and Intersections Religion Diaspora and Ethnicities, St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford, 9 -11 July 2008

 

Oxford World History Graduate Workshop, Hilary Term, Faculty of History, University of Oxford, 7th March 2007    

 

Two Days Workshop at Centre for Colonial and Post-Colonial Studies, University of Bristol, 22-23 September 2006 

 

Doctoral Training in Colonial and Postcolonial Studies: Colonial Cultures, A One-Day PhD Student Workshop at the University of Warwick, Tuesday 4th July 2006

 

One Week Doctoral Training Workshop, Centre for Colonial and Post Colonial Studies, University Of Bristol, UK, 26 March to 31 March 2006.

 

Economic History Society Conference, University of Leicester, UK, 8-10 April 2005 

 

International Conference of Historians of Asia, Dhaka 2002, Organized By IAHA, Dhaka 

  

International Conference on Regional History, Sylhet 1998, Organized By Bangladesh History Association 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE IN  BD

 

1. Collection and Analysis of De-classified Documents of  UN's Role in the BD

  Liberation War (Source of Fund UN/Liberation War Museum (Grant amount Ten Lacs).

 

2. Bangladesh Liberation War and Women, University of Dhaka, (Grant amount Eight Lacs)

 

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE IN UK

 

BBC World Service Trust, Translator, (From Sylheti/Bengali to English, Bangladeshi Diaspora Research, 2009. (Conducted by IFF Research London Limited.)

University of Kent, Part-time Investigator and Main Translator, 2008-2009, (From Sylheti/Bengali to English).What Kind of Languages Services Should Public Authority Provide to Minority Groups: The Case of Bangladeshis in London, a Project Funded by Nuffield Small Social Science Grants-SGS/34902,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

September  2016

 

Curriculum Vita

 

Professor Ashfaque Hossain

MA (Dhaka) MPhil (Dhaka) PhD (Nottingham, UK)

 

ashfaq@du.ac.bd/

ashfaqhossain2009@gmail.com

 

 

 

Short Biography

Professor Ashfaque Hossain PhD joined as the Treasurer (Deputation) of Bangladesh Open University (Appointed by His Excellency, the President of Bangladesh) on 17 December 2017. At the University of Dhaka he is a Professor (Grade-2) in the Department of History. Professor Hossain is the leading Economic Historian of the country with extensive experience of conducting research on the economic history of nineteenth and twentieth centuries’ Bengal and South Asia.

            Professor Hossain is a highly accomplished scholar, with eight books in Bengali as well as several articles in internationally renowned journals, such as Modern Asian Studies and the Journal of Global History, Diaspora(s): Movements and Cultures published by Cambridge University Press, London School of Economics (LSE) and CCPP (UK).

            Professor Ashfaque Hossain was educated at the University of Dhaka and the University of Nottingham, UK. He has BA (Honours), MA and MPhil degrees in history from the University of Dhaka. The title of his MPhil thesis is ‘the Emergence of Bangladesh and the United Nations’. His MPhil thesis focuses on the multi-layered history of the Liberation War of Bangladesh. Professor Ashfaque Hossain obtained PhD degree in Economic History from the University of Nottingham, UK and title of his PhD is: ‘Historical Globalization and its Impact: A Study on Sylhet and its People’. His doctoral research focuses on aspects of colonial and post-colonial globalization especially in Sylhet and Assam, its relationship to both local and global political, economic and social forces.

 

 

            Recently, he has examined the maritime activities and emigration of Muslim Sylhetis, from what today is north-eastern Bangladesh.

            Professor Ashfaque Hossain is the Founder Director of the Centre for Research on Bangladesh Liberation War (CRBL), University of Dhaka. He is the recipient of various awards and honours. Notable among them are the UGC Research Award 2013 in Arts & Social Science and Justice Ibarhim Memorial Gold Medal for Outstanding Research in Arts & Social Science, University of Dhaka (2012-2013). Professor Ashfaque Hossain has gathered wide professional skills from his visits to USA, UK, Germany, Netherlands and India.

            Professor Ashfaque Hossain has been teaching modern Asian, European and American history, colonial Bengal and South Asian history at the University of Dhaka. In the last two decades, as an adjunct faculty, he also taught History of Bangladesh/Bangladesh Studies, History of Capitalism and World Civilizations in North South University, East West University and BRAC University. Professor Hossain has been an Adjunct Faculty at the Institute of Business Administration (IBA) of University of Dhaka and at Department of History and Philosophy in the North South University. He has supervised a number of MPhil and PhD dissertations in diversified areas of historical knowledge.

            Professor Ashfaque Hossain was an elected Member of the Senate of the University of Dhaka. He is involved in many professional bodies and is the Life Member of Bangla Academy, Asiatic Society of Bangladesh and Bangladesh History Association. He was an Associate Editor of Bangladesh Asiatic Society Patrika and Bangladesh Historical Studies and Assistant Editor, Banglapedia – the National Encyclopaedia of Bangladesh.

            Professor Ashfaque Hossain was born in Moulvibazar (Sylhet) in 1969. Professor Dr Ashfaque Hossain has married and blessed with one son and one daughter. Professor Ashfaque Hossain’s wife Ms Sadia Afroz is a teacher.

 

 

 

  1. Personal Data

 

Appointment

Treasurer (Deputation), Bangladesh Open University (Appointed by His Excellency, the President of Bangladesh)  from  17 December 2017. 

Professor, Department of History (Grade-2), University of Dhaka, Dhaka 1000, Bangladesh. Email, ashfaq@du.ac.bd / ashfaqhossain2009@gmail.com   Cell: 88-01766-10262

 

Founder Director

Centre for Research on Bangladesh Liberation War (CRBL), University of Dhaka

 

Date of Birth:  December 31, 1969

 

Citizenship: Bangladeshi

 

Education

PhD, University of Nottingham, UK, 2010

MPhil, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, 1999

M.A. University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, 1991(Held in 1994)

B.A. (Honours) University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, 1990 (Held in 1992)

 

Pervious Appointment & Professional Experiences

Associate Professor, January 2010 to December 2013. Department of History,    University of Dhaka, Bangladesh,     

Assistant Professor, September 2003 to January 2010. Department of History, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh   

Lecturer, July 1999 to August 2003. Department of History, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

Lecturer, December 1998 to June 1999. History, Bangladesh Open University

Gazipur, Bangladesh.

Research Fellow, June 1997 to December 1998.  Bangla Academy, Dhaka,     

Bangladesh. 

Assistant Editor, June 1996 to May 1997. Daily Manavjamin, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Assistant Editor, February 1995 to May 1996. Daily Banglabazar, Bangladesh

 

Adjunct Faculty

Institute of Business Administration (IBA) 2012 to present. University of Dhaka

BRAC University, 2010 to present. Department of English and Humanities

 

Universities Taught

Dhaka University, East West University (Bangladesh), Brac University (Bangladesh) and Bangladesh Open University

               

Subjects Taught

History of Bengal/Bangladesh Studies (Undergraduate), History of the Civilization and Culture (Undergraduate), The Fareast in Modern Times (BA), European History (BA) American History (BA), Modern Colonial and Postcolonial Bengal (MPhil) and South Asian History (BA), History of Ideas (MA)

 

Professional Services

Joint Secretary, Bangladesh Association of American Studies (BAAS) June 2013 to Present

Joint-General Secretary, Bangladesh Historical Association, December 2010 to January 2012

Senate Member, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

Associate Editor, Bangladesh Historical Studies 2009 to Present

Associate Editor, Bangladesh Asiatic Society Patrika 2009 to 2011

Assistant Editor, Banglapedia, January 2010 to December 2011.

Life Member, Bangladesh History Association 2003 to Present

Life Member, Asiatic Society of Bangladesh 1999 to Present

Life Member, Bangla Academy, Dhaka, Bangladesh

 

 

Elected Position

Member of Senate, the Dhaka University Senate, 2012 to 2017

Member of the Academic Council, Associate Professor Category, 2010-2012

 

 

AWAWRDS & HONOURS:

Recipient of UGC Research Award 2013 in Arts & Social Science

Recipient of Justice Ibarhim Memorial Gold Medal for Outstanding Research in Arts & Social Science, University of Dhaka (2012-2013)

 

 

Fellowships

International Scholarship (ORS), the University of Nottingham, UK 2004-2007

Bursary, School of History, the University of Nottingham, UK, 2004-2008

Bangabnadhu Overseas Scholarship, the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2004-2007

Royal Historical Society, UK:  Research Grant for Archival Study at James Finlay Archives, University of Glasgow, 2005

Research Fellow, Bangla Academy, Dhaka, Bangladesh 1997-1998

 

 

INTERNATIONAL Seminar, Symposium & Workshop

 

International Seminar  on Revisiting and Remembering Partition: Issues Related to Eastern and North-Eastern India, Diamond Harbour Women’s University, South 24 Parganas, West Bengal, India 21-22 August 2017. Valedictory Address & Session Chair.

 

3rd South Asian History Conference, Panjabi University, Patiala, Panjab, India, 15-18 October, 2015. Guest of Honour & Session Chair.

 

International Conference on "1947: Rethinking" on 13th – 14th March 2015, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, India. Distinguished Speaker & Session Chair.

 

International Symposium on Water-space, Empire and Mobility in South-eastern Asia, June 14, 2013, Humboldt University Berlin

 

International Workshop on Social History, June 18-20, June 2013 IISH, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

 

Study Visit to Loughborough University, UK, funded by British Council, 18-22 March 2013.

 

International Seminar in Vidysagar University, West Bengal, 15-18 May, 2012 

 

Encounters and Intersections Religion Diaspora and Ethnicities, St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford, 9 -11 July 2008

 

Oxford World History Graduate Workshop, Hilary Term, Faculty of History, University of Oxford, 7th March 2007    

 

Two Days Workshop at Centre for Colonial and Post-Colonial Studies, University of Bristol, 22-23 September 2006 

 

Doctoral Training in Colonial and Postcolonial Studies: Colonial Cultures, A One-Day PhD Student Workshop at the University of Warwick, Tuesday 4th July 2006

 

One Week Doctoral Training Workshop, Centre for Colonial and Post Colonial Studies, University Of Bristol, UK, 26 March to 31 March 2006.

 

Economic History Society Conference, University of Leicester, UK, 8-10 April 2005 

 

International Conference of Historians of Asia, Dhaka 2002, Organized By IAHA, Dhaka 

  

International Conference on Regional History, Sylhet 1998, Organized By Bangladesh History Association 

 

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE IN  BD

 

1. Collection and Analysis of De-classified Documents of  UN's Role in the BD

  Liberation War (Source of Fund UN/Liberation War Museum (Grant amount Ten Lacs).

 

2. Bangladesh Liberation War and Women, University of Dhaka, (Grant amount Eight Lacs)

 

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE IN UK

 

BBC World Service Trust, Translator, (From Sylheti/Bengali to English, Bangladeshi Diaspora Research, 2009. (Conducted by IFF Research London Limited.)

University of Kent, Part-time Investigator and Main Translator, 2008-2009, (From Sylheti/Bengali to English).What Kind of Languages Services Should Public Authority Provide to Minority Groups: The Case of Bangladeshis in London, a Project Funded by Nuffield Small Social Science Grants-SGS/34902,

 

Reference:

 

References are available upon request.

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

 

 

Book published in Bengali

 

Ashafque Hossain, The Role of Indira Gandhi in the Liberation War of Bangladesh (In Bengali, Dhaka: Subarna Publishers, 2017) 

 

Ashafque Hossain, A Short History of   the Far East & Southeast Asia (In Bengali, Dhaka: Grantha Kutir, 2015) 

 

 Ashafque Hossain, A Short History of the Emergence of Independent Bangladesh (In Bengali, Dhaka: New Age Publication, 2014) 

 

Ashafque Hossain, Liberation War, Birth of Bangladesh and the United Nations, (In Bengali, Dhaka: Prothoma, 2012).

 

Ashafque Hossain, History of Europe (In Bengali, Co-Author, Bangladesh Open

     University), 2005.

 

Ashafque Hossain, An Outline History of Bangladesh: Down to 1971 (In Bengali, Dhaka: first edition JK Publication, 2004, Revised and Second edition, 2012) 

 

Ashafque Hossain, Emergence of Bangladesh and the United Nations, (In Bengali, Dhaka: Bangla Academy, 2002)

 

Ashafque Hossain, History of Liberation War of Moulvibazar District, 1994, 1997 (In

    Bengali,)

 

 

 

Publications in International Journals

 

  1.  Ashafque Hossain (2014),  ‘The world of the Sylheti seamen in the Age of Empire, from the late eighteenth century to 1947’,  Journal of Global History, Cambridge University Press, Vol. 9, Issue. 3, pp 425-446

Link ( http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1740022814000199

  1. Ashafque Hossain (2013), The Making and Unmaking of Assam Bengal Border and Sylhet Referendum’ Modern Asian Studies, Cambridge University Press, Vol., 47, Issue.1, pp. 250-287.

         Link (http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0026749X1200056X)

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain (2007), Global/Localization and the ‘‘Sylheti Diaspora’’ in Britain’ in Nicholas Hewitt and Dick Geary, (eds.) Diaspora(s): Movements and Cultures, Critical, Cultural and Communication Press (CCCP), UK.

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain (2003), ‘Climate Change and Coastal Area of Bangladesh: Some Historical Aspects’, South Asian Centre, Joypur, India.

 

 

 

 

Articles (English):

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain, `Changing Face of Global and Local Entrepreneurship: A Case Study on Sylhet Tea Plantation’, Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, Humanities, vol. 62, June, 2017.

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain,  ‘The United Nations and the International War Crimes’ (Tribunal) Act 1973 (ICT-BD), Journal of Genocide Studies, Liberation War Museum (LWM), Dhaka, 2014

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain, ‘The Emergence of Bangladesh and Edward Kennedy’, The Journal of Social Studies, No. 138, April-June 2013 

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain, Labour Recruitment Mechanism: The Emergence of Sardar in Sylhet Plantation, Bangladesh Historical Studies, Vols. XXII, 2010-12.

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain, ‘Role of Foreign Missions in Dhaka during Bangladesh Liberation War’ Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, Dhaka, March 2011.

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain, ‘Industrialization and De-industrialization theses in Colonial

Period: A Critical Review’, published in the Journal of the Management Studies, Faculty of Business Studies, University of Dhaka, 2004.

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain, ‘Some Aspects Economic History of Sylhet in the 20th

           Century’, Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, Humanities, vol. 

           50, December, 2003. 

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain, Six Points Programme (1966), published in BANGLAPEDIA-

the National Encyclopaedia of Bangladesh (English & Bengali, Dhaka: Asiatic Society of

         Bangladesh, March 2003).

   

  1. Ashafque Hossain, Sylhet District, published in BANGLAPEDIA-the National

Encyclopaedia of Bangladesh (English & Bengali, Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, March 2003).

   

  1. Ashafque Hossain, Sunamgonj District, published in BANGLAPEDIA-the National  

Encyclopaedia of Bangladesh (English & Bengali, Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, March 2003).

    

  1. Ashafque Hossain,  Chhatak Upazila, published in BANGLAPEDIA-the National Encyclopaedia of Bangladesh (English & Bengali, Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, March 2003).

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain, Kanaighat Upazila, published in BANGLAPEDIA-the National Encyclopaedia of Bangladesh (English & Bengali, Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, March

 

  1. .Ashafque Hossain, Tea Industry , published in BANGLAPEDIA-the National Encyclopaedia of Bangladesh (English & Bengali, Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, 2012)

 

  1. Ashafque Hossain, Aftab Ali, published in BANGLAPEDIA-the National Encyclopaedia of Bangladesh (English & Bengali, Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, 2012)

 

Review Article (English):  ‘James Jeremiah Novak, Bangladesh Reflections on the Water’, 

          Bangladesh Historical Studies, Vols. XV-XVI, 1991-95. 

 

 

 

Book Chapters:

 

Ashafque Hossain, `Three Bengali Districts and the Making and Unmaking of Assam-Bengal Broders, 1874-1947’ Akmal Hossain (Edited) Bangladesh’s Neighbours in Indian Northeast: Exploring Opportunities and Mutual Interest, Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, 2017 (PP. 177- 204)