- Designation: Assistant Professor
- Department: English
- Qualification: M.A.,PhD (Pursuing)
- Contact No: 9679748598
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
- Area of Specialization: Postcolonial Literature, Indian Writings in English
Postcolonial Literature, New Literature, Translation Studies, Partition Literature, Nationalism
Awarded UGC NET- 2012
Professional Membership:Shakespeare Society of Eastern India> <
Research Paper Publications in Journal:
1. Molla, L. (2015):“Keats’s Shakespeare: Shakespearean Keats” in International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Review, a reviewed monthly print and online Journal. Vol. I, Issue- 10, ISSN: 2395- 1877 (Print) 2395-1885(Online) Online Link: http://www.ijmdrr.com/admin/archive.php?m=122015
2. Molla, L. (2016): “The Theme of Marriage and Social rites: conflicting views in Jogendra Singh’s Nur Jahan” in International Journal of Cultural Studies and Social Sciences, a Peer-Reviewed biannual Journal. Vol. III, No. VI, ISSN: 2347-4777.
3. Molla,L.(2016): “Sex in the Background of Violence: Reading the Erotic Episodes in Khushwant Singh’s Train to Pakistan and I Shall Not Hear the Nightingale” in Langlit: An International Peer-Reviewed Open Access Journal. Vol.II, Issue-4. ISSN: 2349-5189 Online Link: https://langlit.org/vol-2-issue-4-2016/
4. Molla, L. (2016) “The Conflict between the Colonizers and the Colonized in Khushwant Singh’s I Shall Not Hear the Nightingale” in Nation and Development: Colonial & Post Colonial India. Ratanlal Chakroborty , ed. Kolkata: Banglarmukh, ISBN: 978-93-84108-29-8.
5. Molla,L.(2017): “Nur Jahan: A Comparative Study of Jogendra Singh’s Novel and D.L.Roy;s Drama” in Theatre International, a Peer-Reviewed biannual Journal. Vol.IX, ISSN: 2278-2036.
6. Molla,L.(2017):“The “Hero” and the “Substitute”: Looking into the relationship between Christ and the Cross in “The Dream of the Rood” in The Golden line, a Peer-Reviewed Open Access Journal. Vol.2, ISSN: 2395-1583 (Print) 2395- 1591 (Online) Online Link: http://www.goldenline.bcdedu.net/v209/
7. Molla,L.(2017):“Mahabharata meeting Shakespearean Ethos: Reading Girish Chandra Ghosh’s Jana” in Theatre International, a Peer-Reviewed biannual Journal. Vol.X, ISSN: 2278-2036.
8. Molla,L.(2017): “Interpreting History in Dwijendralal Roy’s Nurjahan: A New-Historicist Perspective” in Literary Theory: Textual Application. Sk. Sager Ali, ed. New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2017. ISBN:9788126926107
a. International Seminar:
1. The Theme of Marriage and Social rites: conflicting views in Jogendra Singh’s Nur Jahan”. Translation Studies: Theory and Praxis/ Comparative Literature and Shakespeare. Organised by Shakespeare Society of Eastern India in collaboration with Tagore Gandhi Institute. 29th, 30th November and 1St December, 2015.
2. “Nur Jahan: A Comparative Study of Jogendra Singh’s Novel and D.L.Roy;s Drama”. International Conference on Shakespeare: Global Responses Comparative Literature and Translation Studies: Theory and Praxis. Organised by Shakespeare Society of Eastern India in collaboration with Tagore Gandhi. 24th& 25th February, 2016
3. “Mahabharata meeting Shakespearean Ethos: Reading Girish Chandra Ghosh’s Jana”. 9th World Shakespeare Conference. Organised by Shakespeare Society of Eastern India in collaboration with Tagore Gandhi. 28thJanuary to 31st January, 2017.
4. Tagore’s Ambivalent Attitude toward Nationalism: A Study. Rabindranath: Inner Vision of Art & Literature. Organized by Bankimchandra Centre for Comparative Indian Literature. 28 November, 2018
5. “They don’t know how to ask”: Subalternization of the Marginalized in Mahasweta Devi’s “Pterodactyle, Puran Sahay, and Pirtha.” Redefining the Margin: A Literary Perspective. Organized by Department of English, Rabindra Bharati University. 27 March, 2019.
6. ‘The poor of India was a subject for research…what a wonderful country!’: Mahasweta Devi questioning the concept of Indian Nationhood in Bhasai Tudu. Reconfiguring Nationalism: Protest and acquiescence. Organized by Department of English, Bodoland University. 6-8 February, 2020.
b. National Seminar:
1. “Religious Syncretism in the paradigm of cultural diversity: Reading Dara Shukoh’s Sirr-i-Akbar”. National Young Researchers’ Conference 2018 on “Literature and the Mystical Foundations of Authority”. Organized by Centre for English Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University. 22-23 February,2018
2. “Colonial Education Policy during the Victorian Era: A Retrospection”. Vicorian Indian Identities. IIT,Madras. 6-7 June, 2018.
3. One Country, One People: Aspects of nationalism in the Sabhaparva of The Mahabharata. History, Myth and Orality: Cultural and Literary Traditions in India. Organized by Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. 14-15 November, 2018
4. State level Seminar:Marichjhapi Massacre in The Hungry Tide: A Lefevbrean study. Seminar organized by the Research Monitoring Cell. Organized by Bhairab Ganguly College. 31 May, 2019.