Research

Facilities

Research

Gaana J:

Chandan Kumar: 

  • ‘NP/DP parameter and classifier languages: A case of Magahi’ in Journal of Indian and Asian studies 2020, a peer-reviewed, open-access international academic Journal, jointly published by Hankuk University and World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd. (Singapore). The paper also received an honorarium of USD 1000. https://www.worldscientific.com/worldscinet/jias
  • ‘Noun Particle /-wa/: ‘A definite Bare Classifier in Magahi’ in Interdisciplinary Journal of Linguistics (A Peer-Reviewed Refereed Journal) Vol [11] 2018, Pp. 166-184. ISSN- 09743421
  • ‘The negative particle na/ne and non-negation in Magahi’ in Journal of South Asian Studies-2018 ISSN NO. 1598 -1061  https://www.researchgate.net/publication/327506130_The_Negative_Particle_'nene'_and_non-Negation_in_Magahi
  • ‘Plurality in Magahi and reference to count/mass noun’ in journal Language in India Vol. 18 (2018) ISSN- 1930-2940 (UGC listed Journal no. 49042)
  • ‘Structure of Relative clause: A comparative study of Magahi and Hindi’ in Aligarh Journal of Linguistics (A refereed Journal): Vol 7.2 (155-180): 2017-18. ISSN- 2249-1511 
  • ‘Location of identity in language contact and replacement: A case study of Hindi-ized Magahi and Magahi’ in Language of India, Vol. 17 (2017) ISSN 1930-2940 (UGC listed Journal no. 49042
  • ‘Particle ‘wa’ and its various linguistics and sociolinguistics implication in Magahi’ in Interdisciplinary Journal of Linguistics (A Peer-Reviewed Refereed Journal) Vol 9. (150-162): 2016 ISSN- 09743421
  • ‘Use of language and Class/kinship differences in Magahi Speech Community’ in an International peer-reviewed Journal GAES 2015. ISSN NO. 2395-4795

Santosh Kumar:

Book Chapters

Research Publications

  • 2016. Gilchrist’s Grammar: A Tool of Colonialism in Indian Linguistics Vol. 76 (Nos. 3-4) 2015:57-70.
  • 2013. Proverbial wisdom about persons with disabilities, pp. 260-272. In: Soares, Rui; and Lauhakangas, Outi (eds), 6th Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Proverbs: ICP12 Proceedings, Portugal, Tavira:  IAP. ISBN: 978-989-96592-8-2
  • 2011. Gilchrist’s ‘A Grammar of Hindoostanee Language’: Some colonial and contemporary imprints, pp. 76-81. In: Chaudhary, Narayan; and Gibu Sabu, M. (eds), Proceedings of the Third Students’ Conference of Linguistics in India (SCONLI-3), JNU, New Delhi, 19th to 21st February, 2009. ISBN: 978-81-7110-383-6.

Web Publications

Book Reviews

  • 2019. Review of Disability and Mothering: Liminal Spaces of Embodied Knowledge. Cynthia Lewiechi-Wilson and Jen Cellio (Eds.) Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2011. Peace Prints: South Asian Journal of Peacebuilding (Gender and Disability
  • 2016. Review of Autism and Gender: From Refrigerator Mothers to Computer Geeks by Jordynn Jack (2014), In Language and Language Teaching, Vol. 5; No. 2; Issues 10. ISSN: 2227-307X 

Interviews

Reports

  • 2016. Report on Know Me, Teach Me: Annual Training Workshop (with Andesha Mangala), In Language and Language Teaching, Vol. 5; No. 2; Issues 10. ISSN: 2227-307X  

 

Sonia Ghalian:

Book Chapters

Journal Publications 

Book Reviews

Anna Varghese

  • (Forthcoming)  Book chapters:  "Plurality of Cultures: Unity in Diversity";  "Contribution of Buddhism and Jainism: Ethics in Human Life", in Indian Cultural Heritage, Primus Books, Delhi. 

Book chapters:

  • "Ainkudi Kammalar: Reflections on the Temple Craftsmen and Beyond from Medieval Keralam”  (2019) in Search of Vishwakarma. Mapping Indian Craft Histories, edited by Vijaya Ramaswamy, Delhi: Primus Books. ISBN:978-93-5290-839-4. 
  • "Performers of the sacred realm: Ritual performers in temples of medieval K?ra?am”  (2018) in Peninsular India. Essays on South Indian History, edited by M.P.Mujeebu Rehiman,  Kottayam: National Book Stall, Sahithya Pravarthaka Co-Operative Society Ltd., Kerala.  ISBN: 978000031174 
  • “Temple Women and Work in Medieval Keralam” (2016) in  Women and Work in Precolonial India- A Reader, edited by Vijaya Ramaswamy,  New Delhi: Sage Publications India Pvt.Ltd.  ISBN: 978-93-515-0741-3 (PB) 

Journal Articles:

  • "Temple Managerial Groups in Early Keralam”  (2015) in The Journal of Indian History and Culture,  Chennai: The C.P.Ramaswami Aiyar Institute of Indological Research, The C.P Ramaswami Aiyar Foundation. ISSN: 0975-7805, Vol:21. 
  • “Ugachchan or Kottigal – The Temple Drummers from Keralam”  (2013) in The Proceedings of the Indian History Congress, 74th session, Cuttack.  ISSN: 2249-1937 
  • “Temple Service Groups in Ancient and Medieval Keralam” (2010-11)  in The Proceedings of the Indian History Congress, 71st Session, Malda. ISSN: 2249-1937 

Dishari Chattaraj

  • "Strategies for Facilitating Listening Skills among Foreign Language Learners in US Universities" (2020) in International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research, 19(4). ISSN: 1694-2116. https://doi.org/10.26803/ijlter.19.4.10 
  • "An Exploratory Study of Language Learning Strategy Use" (2018) in The Journal of English Language Teaching (India), 60(3).  ISSN: 0973-5208
  • "Mixed-Ability Classrooms: A look into a typical Indian ESL Undergraduate Classroom" (2017)  in The Journal of English Language Teaching (India), 59(5). ISSN: 0973-5208
  • "Language Learning Strategy Use by Multilingual Adult Foreign Language Learners"  (2017) in Language in India, 17(7). ISSN: 1930-2040
  • "De-coding English “Language” Teaching In India" (2015) in The Journal of English Language Teaching (India), 57(4).  ISSN: 0973-5208
  • "The challenges of teaching and learning “Compulsory English” at the undergraduate level: A Case of Calcutta University" (2015) in International peer-reviewed Journal GAES. ISSN: 2395-4795

Meghna Mudaliar

  • “Reading Anne of Green Gables in the Twenty-First Century: Anne with an E and Queer Ecofeminist Fanfiction.” In Kindred Spirits: Reflections on Our Relationship with “Anne of Green Gables”, Ed. Nike Sulway and Jess Carniel, Cambridge Scholars Publishing (forthcoming).
  •  “Queering Doctor Who and Supernatural: An Ecofeminist Response to Bill Potts and Charlie Bradbury.” In Ecofeminist Science Fiction, ed Douglas Vakoch, Liverpool University Press (forthcoming).
  • “‘We don’t make tea in this house’: Food, Performativity, and Gender in Mahesh Dattani’s Dance Like a Man.” Post-Independence Indian Theatres: Critical Perspectives, ed Debayan Deb Barman and Susanta Kumar Bardhan, Yking Books, 2020.   
  •  “Rethinking Romanticism: Frankenstein, The X-Files, and the Postmodern Prometheus.” Literary Endeavour X.3 (2019): 291-298. 
  •  “‘Now that's The Music Talking’: Musical Narratology, Fetishistic Emblems and Authentic Self-Representation in Anthony Minghella's The Talented Mr Ripley.” International Journal of English Language, Literature in Humanities 7.4 (2019): 341-359.
  •  “Anthony Minghella and Madama Butterfly: A Conversation with Sir Mark Elder.” Libri: Linguistic and Literary Broad Research and Innovation. 7.1 (2018): 24-28. 
  • “The Gendered Self and the Invention of Kashmiri Identity in I, Lalla.” The Quint: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly from the North 8.3 (2016): 225-35.  
  • “‘Musk of Itself’: The Cartography of Culture in Agha Shahid Ali’s Poetry.” The Kashmir Walla: A Magazine of Art, Politics and Society. III.12 (December 2013). 
  • “'Let Me Tell You about Winds': Palimpsestic Landscapes in Agha Shahid Ali’s A Nostalgist’s Map of America and Michael Ondaatje’s The English Patient.” The Kashmir Walla: A Magazine of Art, Politics and Society. III.09 (September 2013).

Rashmi Sawhney

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

  • 'Trajectories of the Moving Image in South Asia', Moving Image Review and Arts Journal (special issue on South Asia, Eds. Sawhney and King), 7:2. London: Intellect, June 2018, pp 191-201.
  • 'Shadowing the Image Archive', Moving Image Review and Arts Journal (special issue on South Asia, Eds. Sawhney and King), 7:2. London: Intellect, June 2018, pp 324-334.
  • ‘Experimenta: In conversation with Shai Heredia’ Moving Image Review and Arts Journal (special issue on South Asia, Eds. Sawhney and King), 7:2. London: Intellect, June 2018.
  • 'Re-presenting History's Spectres,' Hakara: a bilingual journal of Creative Expression (Eds. Noopur Desai & Ashutosh Potdar). Jan 2018. Available at http://www.hakara.in/rashmi-sawhney/
  • 'Liberal Arts Lab 2.0,' UnBound: a journal of discourse and creative practice, issue 1, 2016. Available at http://www.unboundjournal.in/?p=921
  • 'Editorial', Studies in South Asian Film & Media (special issue on science fiction ed. Sawhney), 6:2. London: Intellect, 2015. 
  • ‘An Evening on Mars, Love on the Moon: 1960s SF films from Bombay,’Studies in South Asian Film & Media (special issue on science fiction ed. Sawhney), 6:2. London: Intellect, pp 121-46, 2015.
  •       ‘Writing History in the Dark: Fatma Begum in Conversation with Ms Kitty’ in ArtConnect, 7(1), 2013. 
  • Review of Bollywood Travels (Rajinder Dudrah), in Deep Focus: a Film Quarterly, Bangalore Film Society, 1(1), 2013.
  • ‘The Virtual Reality of Indian Cinema: Spectatorship as an Enactment of Becoming Modern’, Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies (special issue on film, ed. Lynne Pierce), 14 (3): 395-409, 2012.
  • ‘Cinema and the Adivasis of India', Moving Wor/ds: Chotro - Adivasi Voices and Stories, 9 (1): 102-115, 2009.
  • ‘Apotheosis or Apparition: Bombay and the Village in 1990s Women’s Cinema’, Film Studies (special issue on       ‘Visualising the City’ ed. Marcus, A.), Winter (11): 1-13, 2007.
  • ‘Postmodernism and the Aesthetics of Time in Rudaali: an Indian Perspective’, LITTCRIT, June, 31(1): 27-36, 2005.

Chapters in Books

  • ‘Fatma Begum and the Case of the Film Printing Machine’ in Industrial Networks of Indian Cinema (Eds. Madhuja Mukherjee and Monika Mehta), New Delhi: Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2020.
  • ‘Between Screen and Gallery’ in Contemporary Indian Art (Eds. Partha Mitter, Rakhee Balram & Parul Dave-Mukherjee), London: Thames and Hudson, forthcoming 2020.
  • ‘Women Undoing “National” History Through Regional Cinema in India’ in Doing Women’s Film History (Eds. Christine Gledhill and Julia Knight), University of Illinois Press, pp 151-65, 2015. 
  • ‘Through the Lens of A "Branded Criminal": the Politics of Marginal Cinema in India’ in South Asian Media Cultures: Audiences, Reception, Contexts (Ed. Shakuntala Banaji), London: Anthem Press, pp. 201-20., 2010. 
  • ‘Imagining an Adivasi Cinema: Exploratory Notes’ in Indigeneity: Culture and Representation (Eds. GN Devy, Geoffrey Davis and KK Chakravarty), New Delhi: Orient BlackSwan, pp. 378-93, 2009.
  • ‘Sectarian Violence in Contemporary Indian Cinema: Aesthetics of Dev and Mr and Mrs Iyer’ in John Hill and Kevin Rockett (eds.) Studies in Irish Cinema: National Cinemas and World Cinema, vol iii, Dublin: Four Courts Press, pp. 93-104, 2006.

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