I’m a researcher of race, empire, and the postcolonial legacies of South Asia. My research is on the reproduction of martial race discourses through the literary representations of Indian soldiers on the Western Front of World War I.
I’m from Dhaka, Bangladesh. I migrated to Europe in 2017 to study for my Master of Arts in International Migration (with International Conflict & Security), which I completed in 2019. I also hold a Bachelor of Social Science in Economics from BRAC University in Dhaka and was employed as an editor of youth literature by the Bangladeshi English language newspaper, The Daily Star. I have a keen interest in literature and have contributed to short fiction and poetry anthologies.
E-mail: zoheb.mashiur (at) ff.cuni.cz
Zoheb Mashiur. “‘A Very Entertaining Book’: The Ventriloquism of Rudyard Kipling’s The Eyes of Asia.” Litteraria Pragensia 61:31 (2021).
Zoheb Mashiur. “The Sepoy Speaks.” SOAS: Contested Boundaries and the Boundaries of Contestation, 8 September 2020.
Other Publications and Interviews
Zoheb Mashiur. “Afghanistan – the Graveyard of Empires.” MigrationOnline.cz. 26 October 2021.
Zoheb Mashiur. “Revisiting the only book written by an Indian about the Indian soldiers of WWI.” The Daily Star. 1 October 2020.
Zoheb Mashiur. Interview for Canada Bangladesh Social Justice Action Research Alliance, 17 June 2020.