Debalina

Dr. Debalina Sengupta

DESIGNATION

Assistant Professor
English Department

EMAIL

debalinase@gmail.com

Orcid

0000-0002-5393-6238

Biography

She is presently working an Assistant Professor in the Department of English. She has done Double Masters in English and Education,completed B.ED, M.Phil and PhD.She has published seventeen articles in various National and International journals, three book chapters and presented three papers in National and International seminars.

Research

South Asian Diaspora Literature etc.

  • Feminism And Indian English Fiction
  • Female Marginalization And Diaspora Fiction
  • Myth And Mythopoesis

Currently, I am teaching the following courses:

  1. Indian Classical Literature: Epic And Drama
  2. Indian Fiction, Plays And Short Stories
  3. Restoration Drama
  4. Literature Of 18th Century
  5. Victorian Poetry
  6. Philology
  7. Anti-Sentimental Comedy
  8. Psychological Novels
  9. Partition Literature
  10. South Asian Literature

  1. Introspective Gaze of a Pakistani-American: An Exploration of the Echoes of Nostalgia, Nationality and Nationhood in Mohsin Hamid’s The Reluctant Fundamentalist. Published in Literary Quest. Vol 1 Issue V Oct, 2014. ISSN 2349-5650.
  2. Deconstructing the myth of Mahabharata: Reviewing Panchaali From A More Humanitarian Perspective With Divakaruni. Published in International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities. Vol II Issue VI Oct 2014. ISSN 2321-7065.
  3. The ‘Loss’ of Human-sanity or of Eco-stability: An Eco-critical Appraisal of Kiran Desai’s The Inheritance of Loss. Published in The International Journal of Humanities and Social Studies. Vol II Issue 10 Oct 2014. ISSN 2321-9203.
  4. Re-visiting Intertextual Reverberations in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead: An Exploration of the Creative Foot Prints of Tom Stoppard. Published in The International Journal Of Humanities & Social Studies. Vol II Issue XI Nov 2014 ISSN 2321 – 9203.
  5. An Exotic-Environmental Analysis Of Kiran Desai’s Hullabaloo In The Guava Orchard. Published in Research Scholar. Vol II Issue IV Nov 2014. ISSN 2320 – 6101.
  6. A Critical Note On The De-arranged, Diasporic In-betweenness In Chitra Banerjee’s Arranged Marriage Published in International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities. Vol III Issue IV June 2015. ISSN 2321-7065.
  7. The White Tiger: A Sagacious Quest In Epistolary Tradition. Published in International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Literature. Vol. 3, Issue 7, Jul 2015. ISSN 2347-4564.
  8. She Stoops to Conquer: A Revel in Carnivalesque. Published in The International Journal Of Humanities & Social Studies. Vol 3 Issue 7. July 2015. ISSN 2321 – 9203.
  9. Patriarchy Begins at Home’: A Feminist reading of the Domestic Surveillance And socio-Racial Jeopardizing of Women as Represented in Khaled Hosseini’s A Thousand Splendid Suns. Published in Anukriti. Vol. 6, No. 1 Year-6 January-March, 2016. ISSN: 2250-1193.
  10. Deconstructing Homophobia: A Critique On The Peripheral Sexuality As Represented In Mahesh Dattani’s On A Muggy Night In Mumbai. Published in The International Journal of Pure and Applied Researches. Vol. 1. Issue 1. Jan 2016; pp. 87-90. ISSN: 2455-474X.
  11. Nature Permeates All: An Eco-critical Interpretation of the Protracted Ecosphere in the Fictional World of Kiran Desai. Published in Man In India, Vol 97 Issue 2: 91-102 © Serials Publications. March 2017. ISSN: 0025-1569.
  12. Determinants of Participation of Women in Labour Market: An Empirical Evidence from Nadia District of West Bengal in India. Published in Man In India. Vol 97 Issue 2: 239-255 © Serials Publications. March, 2017. ISSN: 0025-1569.
  13. Parsi Business Tycoons: Revolutionary Harbingers of Indian Socio-Economic Entrepreneurial Milieu. Published in Man In India. Vol 97 Issue 2: 521-537 © Serials Publications. March, 2017. ISSN : 0025-1569.
  14. The Forest of Enchantments: A Retold Sagain Mythopoesis. Turkish Online Journal of Qualitative Inquiry (TOJQI) Volume 12, Issue 8, July 2021: 2042-2055. [SCOPUS INDEXED]
  15. A Diasporic Reading Of Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s Before We Visit The Goddess: A Disrupted Tale Delineating Multigenerational Disseminations. Journal of Critical Reviews. 2020; Vol. 7, issue 9, pp 2493-2496.
  16. An Inquisitive Study into the Peripheral Castigation and Unrelenting Societal Exasperation as Represented in Ashapurna Devi’s “Izzat” and Shashi Despande’s The Intrusion.Turkish Online Journal of Qualitative Inquiry (TOJQI) Volume 12, Issue 9, August2021: 5742-5747 [SCOPUS INDEXED]
  17. Ahalya: The Retold Narrative of the Cursed Metamorphosis of an Unblemished Innocence. Turkish Online Journal of Qualitative Inquiry (TOJQI)Volume 12, Issue 10, October2021: 1906-1911.[SCOPUS INDEXED]

Book chapter

  1. A Critical Appraisal Of The Father-Daughter Relationships In Chitra Divakaruni’s Queen Of Dreams. Published in Indian English Novelists: Critical Responses. ISBN- 978-81-922645-1-6. Editors – Ram Avadh Prajapati & Dr. Roopesh Chaturvedi Publisher’s name – Takhtotaaz Publication , Allahabad Page no.- 166- 172. July, 2015.
  2. Delineating Oliver Goldsmith as a Tactful Artisan of Anti-sentimental Semblances. Published in Recent Trends in Fiction Writing. Editors: Ram Avadh Prajapati and Roopesh Chaturvedi. Notion Press. pp. 48-63.
  3. Karna’s Wife: The Outcaste’s Queen: A Retold Enunciation of the Disparaged Females. Published in Art and Aesthetics of Modern Mythopoeta: Literatures, Myths and Revisionism. Vil 1. Editors: Asish K. Gupta and Ritushree Sengupta. Vishvanatha Kaviraja Institute, New Delhi. 2020. pp. 95-106.

  1. Paper title: “Confronting Stereotypes and Re-fabricating Migrant Identities in Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s “Unknown Errors of our Lives”. Organised by Department of Englsish, Assam University. “Three-Day International E-Conference on Rethinking the Postcolonial: Texts and Contexts”. September 25th to 27th, 2020.
  2. Paper title: “A Diasporic Reading of Chitra Banerjee’s ‘Before We Visit the Goddess’ and ‘Oleander Girl”. Organised by RUSA Sponsored Two-day International Seminar on “Recent Trends in Indian Women’s Literature”, Midnapore College[Autonomous]. 26th and 27th Feb, 2020.
  3. Paper title: “Diasporic Liminality and Female Subjugation: A Critical Study of the Novels of Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni”. Organised by Santipur College. Two Day National Level Seminar on “Home and Beyond: Belonging, Unbelonging, Nostalgia. 25th and 26th Feb, 2019.

  1. Member of magazine committee
  2. Member of students’ welfare committee
  3. Member of admission committee