Bangladesh Study Group (BGSG) at Kean University

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Bangladesh Study Group


Bangladesh Study Group is an initiative taken by the American-Bangladeshi staff and students at Kean University to provide a platform to examine the claims of atrocities, measure and compare the massacre done by Pakistan Army to the Bengalis during the liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971 from strictly an academic point of view.

This group has neither any political affiliation nor any political agenda. None of the core members of this group have any political affiliation pertaining to Bangladeshi political parties.

Key people involved in this project are:

Arif Rahman (New Jersey, USA) click here for bio
Bernard Weinstein, Ph.D (New Jersey, USA) click here for bio
Mohammad Rahman (New Jersey, USA) click here for bio
Faruque Chowdhury (New Jersey, USA) click here for bio
Solman Ahmed (New Jersey, USA) click here for bio
Ilaf Sattar (New Jersey, USA) click here for bio
Wafi Sattar (New Jersey, USA) click here for bio
Zia Uddin Ahmed, MD (Pennsylvania, USA) click here for bio
Keith Nunes, Ph.D (New Jersey, USA) click here for bio
Henry Kaplowitz, Ph.D (New Jersey, USA) click here for bio
Sue Ellen Gronewold, Ph.D (New Jersey, USA) click here for bio
A.B.M. Nasir (North Carolina, USA) click here for bio
Jamal Hassan (Maryland, USA) click here for bio
M.M.R. Jalal (Texas, USA) click here for bio
Mohiuddin M. Shafiqullah (Al-Amin) (New York, USA) click here for bio
Sabbir Rahman Khan (New York, USA) click here for bio
Tasnuva Airen (New Jersey, USA) click here for bio
Reenat Hasan (New Jersey, USA) click here for bio


We are currently working with a number of patrons in different areas, whose names are available in our patron list. We are thankful for their continuing support.


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