Asmaul Husna Simi

Asmaul Husna

Editor, Researcher, Creative Writing

Asmaul Husna worked as publication associate in the Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD). CPD is a leading South Asian think tank for more than two years. As a diligent member of the CPD, she was engaged in editing and publishing of books, journal articles, policy briefs and working papers.

She is an editor, translator, and writer. For a few years, she worked as sub-editor in a renowned daily newspaper, the Daily Observer. She also taught English Literature in an English medium school, Academia . She studied English Language and Literature as a student.

As a passionate literature lover, she delves into her interest in writing poems and short stories. In 2014, she won the First-runner up prize for her poem in the poetry writing competition titled “Pursuit of Poetry.” The competition was organized by North South University, Bangladesh.

Asmaul Husna is devoted to academic research too. In fact, she presented several research papers in national and international conferences. Many of her editorials, feature stories, book reviews, and travelogues are regular on English newspapers.

A few works of Asmaul Husna

Editorial works


Conference paper presentations

Title — Reconstruction of Tagore in Bangladesh: A Case Study of National Anthem

Conference — International Conference on Comparative Literature: At the Crossroads of Culture and Society; 6-8 March 2017; Visva-Bharati, Shantiniketan
Title — Material World: A dystopia in the characters of Haruki Murakami’s Norwegian Wood

Conference — National Conference on New Media and Identity Formation; 21 January 2017; Department of English, East West University
Title — A Critical Reading of Midnight’s Children with Nationalism

Conference — International Conference on Envisioning Our Common Future 2016; 22-23 December 2016; University of Dhaka

Title — Mythologization of Shakespeare with the reference of Roland Barthes’s Myth Today

Conference — International Conference on Shakespeare Four Hundred Years After, 3-5 November 2016, Department of English, Independent University of Bangladesh

Title — The flow of ‘Dark and Light’ in The White Tiger

Conference — International Conference on “The River: Flows of Innovation and Exchange in the Global(i)zed English World,” 3-4 March 2016; Department of English and Modern Languages, North South University