Bhairab Ganguly College

Bhairab Ganguly College

  • Reaccredited
    NAAC Grade 'A'
  • Affiliated to
    W.B. State Univ.
  • Govt.
    Aided
  • AISHE Code
    C-43363.

Notice Board Details

Ms. Janki Singh

  • Designation: Assistant Professor
  • Department: English
  • Qualification: M.A., M.Phil
  • Contact No:
  • Email: jankisingh86@gmail.com/ jsingh@bhairabgangulycollege.ac.in
  • Area of Specialization: Gender Studies, South-Asian Studies, Canadian Literature

Research Interest:

American Literature, Diaspora Literature, Gender Studies, Translation

Teaching Experience:

4 years (UG & PG)

Awards:

Shastri Knowledge Mobilization Grant (SKMG 2013-2014) from the Shastri   Indo-Canadian Institute, New Delhi in 2013 

Professional Membership:

MELOW (Multi Ethnic Literatures of the World)> <

Important Publication:

Research Paper Publications in Journal:

1. Singh, J. (2011): “The ‘Bonsai’ Existence in Mahesh Dattani’s Bravely Fought the Queen” in Mahesh Dattani: Bravely Fought The Queen – A Collection of Critical Essays. P.R. Sengupta, ed. Kolkata: Review Publications. ISBN 978-819-21749-0-7. Print.

2. Singh, J. (2011):, “The Dynamics of Oppression and Assertion in Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park” in Appropriations, (UGC CARE listed)  Peer –Reviewed Departmental Journal of Bankura Christian College, Bankura, West Bengal.Vol. VII: December 2011. ISSN: 0975-1521. Print.

3. Singh, J. (2014): ‘I wanted to go somewhere/ the brain had not yet gone’: Muriel Rukeyser, Adrienne Rich and their Poetry of Political Investigation” in Aspects of Modernity: American Women’s Poetry. Sukanya Dasgupta, ed. Kolkata: Jadavpur University Press.  ISBN 978-81-927525-9-4. Print.

4. Singh, J. (2015): “The Archaeology of Trauma: Exhuming the Silences in Michael Ondaatje's Anil's Ghost” in Journal of Advanced Studies, a peer-reviewed journal of Behala College, Kolkata. Vol 1, Jan 2015. ISSN 2394-7241.Print.

5. Singh, J. (2016):“[D]eathwards progressing to no death” in Romanticism and Romantic Poetry. P.R. Sengupta, ed. Kolkata: Avenel Press, 2016. ISBN 978-93-80736-29-7. Print.

6. Singh, J. (2017):“The Moderns", in BDP:EEG course for Paper 7, Netaji Subhas Open University, 2017. Print.

7. Singh, J. (2019):“Swimming in the “Cold Ashtray”: Reading Tales of Migration to  “city of Nepal”in Critical Imprints, (UGC CARE listed) Peer-reviewed  Departmental Journal of Loreto College, Kolkata. Vol 7, 2019. ISSN 2319-4774. Print. 68-86

Conference Publication:

1. Presented a paper titled '"I wanted to go somewhere/ the brain had not yet gone”: Muriel Rukeyser, Adrienne Rich and their Poetry of Political Investigation’ in the two-day International Seminar on “American Women's Poetry” organized by Department of English, Loreto College on 17th and 18th December, 2012.

2. Presented a paper titled “An Earth that had no Maps”: Exploring the Gendered Geographies in Michael Ondaatje’s The English Patient in the Two-dayNational Seminar on “Nation, Nationalism and Beyond: Issues and Challenges” held on 12-13 April, 2019, organized by Social Science Forum, Bhairab Ganguly College and sponsored by Indian Council of Historical Research(ICHR), New Delhi.

3. Presented a Paper titled “Exhuming the Silences in Michael Ondaatje’s Anil’s Ghost” in Two-Day National Level Webinar on “Politics of Representation: A Literary Perspective” heldon July 12-13, 2020, organized by Department of English, Sudhiranjan Lahiri Mahavidyalaya In collaboration with Department of English, R.B.C College for Women.

Research Projects:

Special Achievements:

Resource Person of Workshop

1. Resource Person in the workshop “Translating Nepali Short Stories into Graphic Narratives” held on September 16-20, 2019, under the aegis of Jadavpur University RUSA 2.0 programme “Academic Social Responsiblility and the UN Sustainable Developmet Goals”, organized by the Department of Comparative Literature, Jadavpur University.

2.  Resource Person for the "Interview Ready" Grooming Workshop held on 3rdJanuary 2018 organized by Placement Cell, Bhairab Ganguly College.

3. Resource Person in a three-day workshop on “Comparative Literature: Texts, Contexts, Concepts” held on August 28-30 2018, organized by the Centre of Advanced Study (CAS) Phase 3, Department of Comparative Literature, Jadavpur University

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