Authored By: Silima Nanda, Arati Biswal & Smita Sinnha
Year of Publication: 2017
|Pages: 320||Binding: Hardback(HB)|
Category: English Literature
|Price in Rs. 980.00||Price in (USA) $. 78.4|
The neocolonial writers intended the pathos and emotive power of their works to instigate the oppressors to initiate a political and economic reorganization of society in the interest of the oppressed…
Neocolonial writers have established their challenges in narration and discursive terms…
Silima Nanda is presently the Director of International Division, IGNOU. As an academic administrator, she coordinates international operations of the university. Before joining IGNOU, she worked as an Associate Professor teaching English Literature in many prestigious colleges of Odisha and has been actively teaching and supervising scholars. Her specialization is American Literature. She has authored three books and has contributed more than thirty scholarly articles to journals of repute. As an active Research mentor she is supervising PhD scholars.She has participated in many national & international Conferences and has also widely travelled the overseas. Besides an academician she has an avid passion for composing poems and recently her first collection of poems entitled the “Lost Connections”has been published.
Arati Biswal is working as an Associate Professor in the P.G Dept. of English at Rama Devi Women's University, Bhubaneswar, since 2013. She obtained her M.A and PhD degrees from Utkal University of Odisha. She has taught English literature for thirty five years in prestigious Government colleges of Odisha. She has worked in the area of Indian English fiction for her Doctoral research. She has contributed articles in various national and international journals; in edited anthologies and is engaged in supervising scholars. She has participated in national seminars. Her areas of research interest are Indian English Literature, Gender Studies and English Language Teaching. She is fond of travelling and reading.
Smita Sinha is presently theprofessor and Head in the Post Graduate Dept. of Linguistics, Berhampur University Odisha. She obtained her M.A and M.Phil degrees in Linguistics from the University of Delhi and PhD from Berhampur University Odisha. She is a serious researcher and her area of interest ranges from Sociolinguistics, Applied Linguistics, Tribal Linguistics, to Communicative Skills and Gender studies. She has published more than 50 research articles and has guided many PhD and D.Lit scholars. She has participated in many national and international conferences.