Groups

 

The groups mostly bring together papers with thematic or periodic affinities. Group numbers will help you identify your sessions in the workshop schedule. Regardless of your group number, or the division into undergraduate and postgraduate categories, you should plan to attend as many of the presentation sessions—beginning September 27—as you possibly can to provide feedback on their papers to your colleagues. A workshop is active collegial engagement.

B.A. Honours English

 NameCollegeYearPaper
GROUP I
Kunal GuptaKMCIIMeaning as the Verb, Verb as the Noun
Natasha RawatDDUCIIIRole of Multiple Contexts in the Interpretation of Milton's Paradise Lost
Nazrana HaqueMHIIIThe Politics of Meaning in Macbeth
Vatsala SinghDRCIIMilton's Paradise Lost: An Amalgam of Spiritual Commerce
GROUP II
Dhruv TrehanRamjasIIIRise of Social Media: A Discourse in Mediation and Criticism
Raginee SarmahStephen’sIIIFeminist Epistemology and the Web-based Text: Reflections on Raya Sarkar’s List
Ruchika VermaZHDCIIThe Art of Using Text in the Form of #Hashtags to Facilitate Internet Activism
Srabasti HalderIPCWIIIBanksy’s Street Art and Graffiti: Tracing an Individual’s Revolution
GROUP III
Karan KimothiRamjasIIIThe Tyranny of the Text
Karan TekwaniHRCIII“The book was better than the movie”
Pratishtha PandeyKMCIIIAre Omkara and Othello One and the Same?
Shantanu MishraZHDCIILiterary Works in Disparate Mediums: A Comparative Analysis
GROUP IV
Abhay BangariKMCIIIThe Manuscripts of Marquez and Melquiades
Gurpreet KaurKhalsaIIIWhat Makes Literature Literary?: Practice of Reading Beyond Contexts
Nancy KaushikDDUCIII◉︵◉ We miss you Nancy ◉︵◉
Raunak KumarRamjasIIIThe Postmodern Text: An Answer to the Problem of Meaning
GROUP V
Ankita Dhar KarmakarMHIIIQuestioning a Literary Centre in Things Fall Apart
Kritika NautiyalIPCWIIIA Postcolonial and Gendered Reading of the English Ghazal
Palak AggarwalKhalsaIIFrom Idea to Text to Performance: Dramatic Metamorphosis and Its Dynamics
Richa DasIPCWIIIGender, the new Postcolonial Episteme

M.A. English

 NameCollegeYearPaper
GROUP I
Anagha GopalStephen’sFinalReading Authors/Authors Reading
Siddhant DattaStephen’sPreviousInterrogating the Authorial Self in Metafictions
GROUP II
Akshay KunduStephen’sPreviousNarrating the Self in Virginia Woolf
Vishal GhoshKhalsaFinalReincarnation of the Dead Author: The Author as a Reader in Donne's Poetry
GROUP III
Anshul MukarjiStephen’sPreviousSlavery and Aesthetics in Jane Eyre
Jagriti GuptaRamjasPrevious'Madwoman' in Retelling: Jane Eyre and Wide Sargasso Sea
GROUP IV
Mehvish SiddiquiHinduFinalMisplacing Heads, Textual Formation, and Reformation
Saumya SrivastavaGargiPrevious“Afterlife” in G. Kalyana Rao’s Untouchable Spring
GROUP V
Poulami NagMHPreviousThe Pop Context in the Concept of the Text
Sayantani ChowdhuryHRCFinalTexts and Textualising in Climates of Persecution
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