I am Farhana Sharmin, currently doing my Master of Arts in Strategic Communication at SUNY Oswego, NY, USA. I have sound knowledge of creative and digital content writing and social media management. Besides, my research interests are women and gender studies, ecocriticism, digital media, film, and communication studies.
Projects: Website Building, Social Media and Public Relations Campaign Planning, Research, and Report writing on Workplace Bullying.
Thesis Topic: Postmodern Aesthetics in Philip Kaufman’s Adaptation of Milan Kundera’s The Unbearable Lightness of Being
Major Courses: American Non-Fiction, Fiction, and Drama; Modern Literary Theory; Post-modernism in Literature; Teacher Education and Research Methodology
Project Topic: Handicrafts in Bangladesh; Present Scenario and Possibilities
Major Courses: Modern Poetry, Drama, and Novel; Metaphysical Poetry; English Theory/Practical Methodology of Language, Testing and Evaluation, Syllabus Designing, and Materials production.
Lambda Pi Eta Member, Sigma Pi Chapter, SUNY Oswego
Member of English Department Debating Club, JNU, Bangladesh
Organizing Secretary of the English Department Writing Club, JNU, Bangladesh
Volunteer at 10th International Congress of Social Philosophy, 2011, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Champion in National Debate Competition, Bangladesh
Merit Scholarship Department of English, JNU, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Grameen Bank cultural award, Bangladesh