Sarojini Naidu College for Women

Affiliated to West Bengal State University

Govt Sponsored, Estd. 1956, UGC

NAAC Re-accredited with Grade "A" (3rd Cycle)

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Debalina Roychowdhury Banerjee

Debalina Roychowdhury Banerjee

Debalina Roychowdhury Banerjee

Ms. Debalina Roychowdhury Banerjee


State Aided College Teacher
Department of English



Debalina Roychowdhury has done Double MA and M.Phil in English Literature. She is pursuing her PhD now. Her research interests are in World Mythology, Cultural Studies, Symbology, Poetry, Communication Skills. She takes great interest in teaching and interacting with students.


Research areas of Ms. Debalina Roychowdhury Banerjee are as follows:

  • World Mythology
  • Indian Culture
  • Symbology
  • Poetry
Currently, Ms. Debalina Roychowdhury Banerjee is teaching the following courses:

Journal Articles

  1. “Indian Mythological Paintings & Gender an Inseparable Duo” at UGC Sponsored National Seminar on Cultural Studies, Theories and Praxes. Published in UGC Journal. 2014
  2. “The Threats, Frets and Prospects of the Second Sex” (in an international journal – “The Literary Voyage” Peer Reviewed Journal, Vol.-II, Issue-1, Jan-Apr 2015. Published by Rachana Publishing House, Karnataka.ISSN:2348-5272
  3. “Gender Switch: Unleashing the Myth & Psyche” in International Journal, The Literary Voyage, Peer reviewed Journal Volume II, Issue II. May-August, 2015, Published by Rachana Publishing House, Karnataka.ISSN:2348-5272
  4. “The Visionary Past: Yeats’s Treatment Of History & Myth” in International Journal IMPACT: International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts & Literature.
  5. “Reading Yeats under Postcolonial Lights” in a Book on Studies in Post colonialism, by Partridge Pub house (Penguin House Company), ISBN 978-1-4828-5130-49000
  6. “The Tragic Trio: Interpreting Amba, Madri, & Uttara from a Feminist Point of View”. a Book on Studies in Feminism, by Partridge Pub house (Penguin House Company)
  7. “Yeats’s Political Vision through Mythological Symbols” in International Journal Tran-Stellar : International Journal of English and Literature; ISSN(Print) : 2249-6912 ; ISSN(Online) : 2249-8028 ;Impact Factor(JCC) : 4.4049; Index Copernicus Value(ICV) : 3.0;NAAS Rating : IBI Factor : 3.2, Vol- 6, Edition – February 2016 ( Best Paper Awarded)
  8. “The Mystic Utopia of Tales: A Study on Mythologies & Fairytales.” In International open accessed , peer reviewed E- Journal (UGC approved Sr. No.- 62952), ISSN -2455-6580; Impact factor- 2.3; Vol. II Issue III
  9. “W.B.Yeats : The Poet-Artist” in International open accessed , peer reviewed UGC Journal Sr. No.- 49124 ISSN -2349-5189; Impact factor- 4.23; Vol. 4 Issue 1
  10. “Discerning Myths in Yeats’ Poetry” in the Journal of Higher Education & Research Society: A Refereed International ; UGC Approved Sr No- 256/ Journal no. 48102; ISSN- 23491209: Vol:5 , Issue -3, October 2017
  11. “Babylonian Mythology: A Reflection of Masculine Culture” in a leading literary journal Contemporary Literary Review India. , Impact Factor of 3.475 by International Institute of Organized Research (I2OR). Annual print 2018 p ISSN 2250-3366; e ISSN 2394-6075
  12. “Symbolic Overtones in Creation Myths”, in Journal of Arts, Culture, Philosophy, Religion, Language and Literature; e-ISSN- 2457-0346; Vol- 3, Issue- 2, May-August, 2019 (Jawaharlal Nehru University conference proceeding)

Book Chapters

  1. “Kalpavriksha” from Wordphonics
  2. “Chihnotottwer Aloy Puran” from Mathamotar Doptor
  3. “ Reading Yeats As A Romantic Antiquarian; A Study in Yeats’ Poems” from Shashwat Publication,
  4. “Into the Myths” from Partridge Publication House,
  5. “Poetry in Blues” from White Falcon Publishing House
  6. “Onubhuti Ekraash”, Pub. –Saurav Sahitya Patrika.