Mohammad Masudur Rahman, Instructor in Performing Arts
M.A. in English, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh
B.A. (Honors) in English, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh
Masudur Rahman joined AUW in 2017, as a member of the faculty teaching in the Core Undergraduate Program. He teaches courses in Performing Arts, such as pantomime, drama, and film, under the theme of Literature, Civilization Studies and the Arts (LCSA). At AUW, we believe that the experience of studying performing arts enhances students’ ‘stage’ skills, their public speaking competency and the ability to communicate with an audience. An enthusiastic practitioner of performing arts himself, Masudur believes in creativity by discovering, and in motivating students to learn to express themselves in public. He has completed his B.A. Honors and M.A. from the Department of English Language and Literature, University of Chittagong.
Following courses to be taught in the current academic year:
1. Pantomime Appreciation
2. Pantomime Techniques
3. Basics of Verbal Acting
4. Effective Verbal Performance
5. Fiction Film Making
6. Documentary Film Making
Research on ‘Slaves’ Literature of America’; ‘How Pantomime Helps One to Create Effective Body Language in Everyday Life’.
Translation of A Tear and a Smile written by famous poet and philosopher Kahlil Gibran, Published in 2017.
Syllabi LCSA 1044 Pantomime appreciation
Syllabi LCSA 1049 Documentary film making
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