Azizul Hakeem

Azizul Hakeem studied English (BA Hons and MA) at Dhaka University before going up to Jesus College, Cambridge University on a Commonwealth Scholarship to study English Tripos (BA Hons). A highlight of his stay at Cambridge was winning the 1st Prize for Poetry in the Annual Literary Competition held at Cambridge University by Granta, now a well-known literary magazine in London. On returning home, he joined Chittagong University as a Senior Lecturer and was later appointed Reader. While at Chittagong University, he was offered a Visiting Research Fellowship at Yale University by Emeritus Professor Norman Holmes Pearson. He then took up a teaching position at the University of New England in New South Wales, Australia. A few years later, he accepted a Lectureship at Swinburne University in Melbourne. He has written several articles and two books of literary criticism. Crisis and Confrontation: Some Studies in Victorian Literature and Society; New Frontiers, New Pioneers: Essays on Modern American Poetry. English Studies (Belgium) published his article on Sylvia Plath and Edvard Munch which was well received. He has also written articles, poems and book reviews for local publications in Australia.

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