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Dr Mahamadul Hassan Dhabak

Assistant Professor

Ph.D.: University of Kalyani, 2023.

M.Phil.: University of Kalyani, 2017

M.A.: Aliah University, 2014

BA.: University of Kalyani,2011.

JNTU Faculty ID:0352-230412-195615 

Teaching Experience – 1 year
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Total Experience – 1 year

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Gender Studies, Women’s Studies, Masculinity Studies, Dalit Literature, Film Studies, Subaltern Literature, Indian Writing in English, and the process of emergence of cultural modernity among the Muslims in Bengal

Title of Ph.D. Images of Masculinity in Select Dalit Writings

Title of M.Phil.Representation of Women in IsmatChughtai’s Select Short Stories

Assistant Professor – BVRIT, Narsapur (2023- Till now)

Guest Lecturer: Dept. of English, Aliah University (2017-2018)

  1. Dhabak, Mahamadul Hassan and SamiyaRoshni. “The New Untouchables: Re-defining the Identity of the Dalit Muslim withSpecial Reference to the Bengali Muslims.” All About Ambedkar: A Journal on Theory and Praxis, vol. 3, no. 2, 2022, pp. 183-199.
  2. —. “Voice of the Voiceless: Exploring the Treatment of Maidservants in IsmatChughtai’s Select Short Stories.” Interlocutor Journal. vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 17-24.
  3. —. “Vulnerable Manhood and Subordinate Dalit Masculinity: A Critical Study of Select Dalit Autobiographical Narratives.” All About Ambedkar: A Journal on Theory and Praxis, vol. 2, issue. 2, 2021, pp. 113-127.
  4. —. “Interfaith Marriage is ‘the Secular India’: IsmatChughtai’s Treatment of Interfaith Marriage in her Short Stories.”The Criterion: An International Journal in English, 11, issue no. v, Oct. 2020, pp. 144-151.
  5. —. “IsmatChughtai’s Portrayal of Child Marriage: An Analysis from Islamic and Feminist Perspectives.”International Journal of English Research, 6, issue 5, 2020, pp. 36-39.
  6. Chapters in Books
  7. Roshni, Samiya and Mahamadul Hassan Dhabak. “[Mis]Representation of Bengali Muslim Culture and Figure: A Critical Study of Select Bengali Movies.” Muslims in Indian Cinema. Edited by Md. SarfarajNawab and AsrinKhatun. Authors press, 2022.
  8. Dhabak, Mahamadul Hassan. “Bacha Posh Tradition and Contradictions of Patriarchy in Nadia Hashimi’s The Pearl that Brokeits Shell.” South Asian Literature, Culture and Sociey: A Critical Rumination. Edited by GoutamKarmakar. Atlantic, 2021.
  9. —. “Hunger and Masculinity: Exploring Subordinate Dalit Masculinity in Select Dalit Autobiographies.”Body Politics: Rethinking Gender and Masculinity. Edited by TanmoyBaghira and Ananya Mukherjee. Akhand Publishing House, 2021.
  10. —. “Voices of Resistance: Exploring AphraBehn’sOroonoko from Perspectives of Postcolonialism.” A New Critical Edition and Response to Aphra Behan’s Oroonoko. Edited by Sabuj Sarkar et al. Authors Press, 2020.
  11. —. “Dalit Masculinity and its Crisis in OmprakashValmiki’s A Dalit Life.”South Asian Literature, Culture and Society: An Interpretative Exegesis. Edited by Mrinmoy Sarkar. Akhand Publishing House, 2019.
  12. —. “Islam, Patriarchy and Muslim Women Empowerment in India.”Women Empowerment and Entrepreneurship. Edited by Maya Salimath G. Archers and Elevators Publishing House, 2019.
  13. —. “Debunking Violence against Women in Marital Relationships: A Sociological Study in Indian Perspectives.” Status of Women in Indian Society. Purushottam Publishers, 2016.

Edited Book

Metaphor of the Pyramid: Rethinking Caste, Class and Gender in Dalit Discourse(ongoing) will be published in December 2023. Co-edited with BapinMallick and Gopal Sarkar


  1. Member in English Language Teaching Association of India, Medak Chapter

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  1. Maulana Azad National Fellowship (MANF) by the University Grants Commission (UGC) & Ministry of Minority Affairs (MOMA); 2015-2016