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Profile of Ms. Amrita Batabyal

Personal Profile

Name: Amrita Batabyal                                                                                                                                                                       

 Contact Details:  Department of English       

Bankura Zilla Saradamoni Mahila Mahavidyapith

Natunchati, Bankura- 722101, West Bengal, India

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Academic Position: Guest lecturer

Education: M.A in English (pursuing PhD)

Research Interests: Indian English Fiction, Disability       Studies, Feminism

Article in Journals published:

·       Published a paper entitled, “City and its Women: a Reading of Satyajit Ray’s Kolkata Trilogy” in the UGC approved journal, Appropriations. (Vol.11 . ISSN: 0975-1521) in 2017.

·       Published a paper entitled, “Representation of Disability in Mahesh Dattani’s Tara and Brief Candle” in the UGC approved journal, Appropriations. (Vol.12 . ISSN: 0975-1521) in  July, 2018.

·       Published a paper entitled, “Revisiting Caste Politics in Vijay Tendulkar’s Kanyadaan” in the UGC approved and CARE enlisted journal  Middle Flight. (Vol. 8 . ISSN:2319-7684) in January, 2020..

        Representation of Disability in Firdaus Kanga's Trying to Grow (Published in Appropriations Vol. XIV , ISSN : 0975-1521) in February 2021

 Participation in Seminar/Conference/Workshop/others:

  • Presented a paper entitled, “ Baz Luhrman’s Romeo +Juliet as a Postmodernist Adaptation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet: a Semiotic Reading” at international seminar of Shakespeare Society, Kolkata on July, 2015. 
  • Presented a paper entitled, “William Shakespeare and Jacques’ Seven Ages of Man : an Enquiry” at international seminar of Bankura University, November, 2016.
  • Presented a paper entitled, “Visualising Jhumpa Lahiri’s Namesake through the lens of Bengali Diasporic Culture” at a national seminar of Burdwan University, December, 2014.