Currently working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Archaeology, Comilla University, Bangladesh. Obtained doctoral degree awarded in 2021 under the title ‘Heritage Site Management of Mahasthangarh, Ancient City of Bangladesh: Reappraisal of Problems, Prospects, and Propositions’ under the Department of Archaeology, Dokuz Eylul University, Izmir, Turkey. I have completed BSS and MSS at the Department of Archaeology at Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka. I am also working on various projects on Heritage Management both Tangible and Intangible, Public Archaeology, Medieval Archaeology of Bengal, Islam and Muslim occupation, Sufism, Muslim monuments, Mosque architecture etc.
Therefore, I have a good understanding on the Prehistoric Archaeology of Bangladesh, Ancient and medieval period, Bengal Muslim Architectures, Islam and Muslim occupation, Sufism, socioeconomic of the Medieval period of Bengal, Archaeology of Indian subcontinent (prehistory, Ancient, Medieval, colonial period), World Civilization, Anatolian Civilization, History of Glasses, Origin of Muslim Architecture, heritage management & site management Plan.
Besides these, I studied more than 45 courses in different Archaeological issues of the world.
|PhD||Dokuz Eylul University||Archaeology||2021|
Khan, M. M. H., Ahsan Habib, & Abu B. Siddiq. (2022). Turkic Acculturation and the Emergence of Bengali Identity. CenRaPS Journal of Social Sciences, 4(1), 1-17. https://doi.org/10.46291/cenraps.v4i1.72
Rahman, M. O. & Khan, M. M. H. (2022). "Land Pricing Model’ to rediscover the past land Business in Archaeology: Perspective of Ancient Samatata of Bengal". CenRaPS Journal of Social Sciences, 4(2). https://doi.org/10.46291/cenraps.v4i2.82
Huda, M. N., Khan, M. M. H. & Sadequzzaman, M. (2021). Tentatively Listed Two Promising UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Bangladesh: Some Observations and Prospects of The Present Heritage Management Scenario, Journal of Bengal Art, Vol. 26, 673-689.
Khan, M. M. H. (2020). Role of Stakeholders in Heritage Management in Bangladesh: A Case Study of Mahasthangarh. CenRaPS Journal of Social Sciences, 2(3), 354-372: Istanbul. https://doi.org/10.46291/cenraps.v2i3.40
Khan, M. M. H. (2017). “Recent Findings from The Major Archaeological Sites and Contemporary Research Approaches in Bangladesh Archaeology”, Şarkiyat ICSS’17, (International Congress of Social Science,) Uluslararası Sosyal Bilimler Kongresi Tam Metin Bildiriler Kitabı, 14-17 September 2017, Diyarbakır, Turkey.
Khan, M. M. H., and Huda, M. N. (2023). ‘The Role of Museums and Communities in Sustainable Heritage Site Management in Bangladesh: The Case Study of Mahasthangarh’. In: Hmood, K. F. edit. Conservation of Urban and Architectural Heritage - Past, Present, Future [Working Title]. IntechOpen. doi:10.5772/intechopen.109527.
Khan, M. M. H. & Huda, M.N. (2023, April 2-4). Recognized `Takshal` (Mint Town) of The Sultanate of Bengal - Some Observations on The Nature, Characteristics and Selection Criteria-The Case on Sonargaon, Khalifatabad and Chatgaon. 9th SSEAR International Conference on Sacredness, Symbolism, and Society: Practices in South and Southeast Asia organized by the Central Department of Nepalese History, Culture, and Archaeology, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal.
Khan, M. M. H. (2020, August 22). Role of stakeholders in heritage management in Bangladesh: A case study of Mahasthangarh. 1st CenRaPS Conference on “Bangladesh in the 21st Century”, organized by the CenRaPS Journal of Social Sciences, Istanbul, Turkey.
-- (2019, June 13-16). Role of Museum and Community in Heritage Management in Mahasthangarh, Bangladesh. 8th SSEAR International Conference on River and Religion: Connecting Cultures of South and Southeast Asia, organized by the CAS (Center for Archaeological Studies) and hosted by the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB), Dhaka, Bangladesh.
-- (2019, February 9-12). Muslim occupation in Mahasthangarh and its Environs: Aspects during the early Muslim period to Colonial period. 13th International Congress on Bengal Art 2019, organized by The International Centre for Study of Bengal Art (ISCBA), Dhaka- Bagerhat, Bangladesh.
-- (2018, February 22). In the illustration of Turk-Bengal relationship: Evidences from contemporary archaeological researches in Bangladesh. The Fifteenth International Conference of History and Heritage 2019, organized by Itihash Academy Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
-- (2018, September 21-23). Public Participation in Heritage Management in Mahasthan, Bangladesh. 5th International Conference on Heritage Management, Organized by HERITΛGE (Heritage Management Organization), Athens, Greece.
-- (2015, 7 December). Recent Studies in the Archaeology of Bangladesh. EKVAM Asian Archaeology Workshop on “Recent Developments in Asian Archaeology: Years 2000-2015”, organized by The Izmir Center of the Archaeology of Western Anatolia (EKVAM) of the Dokuz Eylül University (DEU), Alsancak, Turkey.