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Paromita Halder

General Information

Department English
Designation Assistant Professor and the Head of the Department
Qualification Ph. D
Contact No 9830638673
Email Id

Publication: Chapter In Books

  1. Isolation and Moral Inertia in Badal Sirkar’s ‘The Other Side of History’,
    Indian Drama in English and Translation: Crossroads of Thoughts,
    2012, ISBN 978- 80761-03-9
  2. Severed State, Marked Bodies: Reading Women,
    Reading History in Partition Texts, Gender Perspectives:
    South Asian Writings in English and in English Translations, 2014, ISBN 81-7019-498-9 (India), ISBN 1-55528-355-1 (USA
  3. Irrepressibility and Transformation of Women: Tales from the Border,
    Transformation of Women: Interrogating the Discourses, 2015,ISBN 978-81-32-6-1
  4. Some Perspectives of Folk Tradition: Mymensingh Geetika, the Ballads of Undivided India,
    International Conference Proceedings, Indian Cultural Heritage: Past,
    Present and Future, 2017, ISBN: 978-93-81693-07-6
  5. Fragmented State, Fragmented Women: Reading Gender, Reading History in Partition Fiction,
    Chapter in Book, Rutgers University Press, 2018, ISBN 9780813587868 (E-pub),
    ISBN 9780813587844 (Paperback), USA

Publications In Journal

  1. Object to Abject: A Kristevan Take on Amrita Pritam’s ‘The Skeleton’ (July
    2018), International Journal of English Language, Literature in Humanities
    (UGC Approved), ISSN No. 2321-7065
  2. Being Abject: Identity, Politics and the Fallen Woman (December, 2018),
    Daath Voyage: An International Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in
    English (UGC Refereed Journal) ISSN-2455-7544
  3. Grounded in Filth: A Reading on Social Abjection, Untouchability and Dalit
    Identity (2019), International Review of Social Sciences and Humanities
    (UGC Care Approved), ISSN No. 2250-0715 (P), ISSN No. 2248-9010 (O)
  4. Gender, History and Text in Attia Hosain’s Sunlight on the Broken Column
    and Manju Kapoor’s Difficult Daughter’s, Focus: A Bilingual Annual
    Multidisciplinary Journal, Volumn IV, 2011, ISSN 2231-14-08