Department Of English
Dr. Arunima Ray
Chapters in a books:
Papers in Journals (National/ International):
- Ray, A. (2015). Confronting the Aboriginal and the Colonial History: Reading White's A Fringe of Leaves. In Subashish Bhattacharjee, Saikat Guha and Mandika Sinha (Eds). Postcolonial Approaches to Literature: Text, Context, Theory. In New Delhi: AuthorsPress. ISBN-10: 9352071190.
- Ray, A. (2014). Tagore’s Critique of Nationalism: Reading Four Chapters. In Ray, Sarkar and Bhattacharya (Eds.). Writing Difference: Nationalism, Identity and Literature (pp. 100-114). New Delhi: Atlantic. (ISBN 978-81-269-1938-3)
- Ray, A. (2014). The Difference that Matters: Representation of Caste, Gender and Violence. In Mahasweta Devi (Ed.). Unmasking Power: Subjectivity and Resistance in Indian Drama in English (pp. 159-176). Guwahati: Papyrus (ISBN 978-93-81287- 40-8)
- Ray, A. (2011). Gender in Dalit Discourse: Reading Sivakami’s The Grip of Change. In Girindra Narayan Ray and Jaydip Sarkar (Eds.). The Postcolonial Woman Question: Readings in Indian Women Novelists in English (pp. 197- 212). Kolkata: Books Way. (ISBN 978- 93- 80145- 84- 6)
Book Reviews in Journals:
- Ray, A. (2015). The Politics of the Body: Wollstonecraft Interrogating Rousseau. The Apollonia, Vol. 2, Issue 3 (December). ISSN 2393 9001
- Ray, A. (2015). From the Koel’s Call to a Rusty Nail’s Song: Understanding Buddhadeva Bose’s Poetic Odyssey, in Muse India, 44, July-August. (ISSN: 0975- 1815).
Available at http://www.museindia.com/viewarticle.asp?myr=2012&issid=44&id=3518
- Ray, A. (2012). Desire, Power, Transcendence: Reading Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things in Muse India, 46, November-December 2012, literary e-journal. (ISSN: 0975-1815).
Available at http://www.museindia.com/viewarticle.asp?myr=2012&issid=46&id=3742
- Ray, A. (2012), Understanding Jibanananda’s Different Poetic Sensibility in Parabaas, Issue 12, Bengali web magazine.
Available at http://www.parabaas.com/jd/articles/arunima_poeticsensibility.shtml
- Ray, A. (2011). Caste, Gender and Dalit Women’s Discourse of Difference: Reading Bama’s Sangati and Sivakami’s The Grip of Change in Journal of the School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies, Special Issue on Dalit Literature, Spring, 58-65. (ISSN 0972-9682)
- Ray, A. (2011). Signatures of Subversion: Reading Bama’s Sangati. The Atlantic Literary Review, 12(1), 46-61. (ISSN 0972-3269)
Papers Presented in National/International Conferences :
- Ray, A. (2012). Ma, Mati, Manush and the Politics of Our Didi. [Review of the book My Unforgettable Memories, by M. Bannerjee).45. (ISSN: 0975-1815).
Retrieved from http://www.museindia.com/viewarticle.asp?myr=2012&issid=45&id=3638
- Ray, A. (2012). Caste, Gender and Violence: Reading Mahashweta Devi’s Bayenand Draupadi, ‘3rd Biennial International Conference, Gender/Violence’, organised by The Gender and Women Studies Research and Application Centre, Izmir University of Economics, Turkey from 4-6th April, 2012.
- Ray, A. (2011). Caste and Gender Politics: Untying a Few Dalit Texts, International Conference for Academic Disciplines, organised by American University of Rome, Rome 31st October- 3rd November, 2011.
- Ray, A. (2011). Caste, Class and Gender Politics: Untying Some Dalit Texts, 20th Annual British Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies Conference, organised by The University of Southern Georgia, USA, on 25-26th February, 2011.
- Ray, A. (2010). Caste, Gender and Dalit Women’s Discourse: Reading Bama’s Sangatiand Sivakami’s The Grip of Change, 3 Day International Conference on ‘Diversity in New Literatures’, organised by the Department of English, Kakatiya University, Warangal, 16-18th December, 2010.
- Ray, A. (2010). Signatures of Subversion: Reading Bama’s Sangati, presented in Dalit Literature: Past Trends and Present Concerns (UGC and ICSSR sponsored national seminar), organised by Department of English, Government P.G. College, Lansdowne, Pauri Garhwal, Uttarakhand, 4-5th October, 2010.
- Ray, A. (2012). Film review ‘Tagore Again/Tagore Always: For an Understanding Of Tagore Or Ourselves?: A review’ of the Bengali film Nobel Chor (Nobel Thief Director Suman Ghosh 2012) in Cerebration (www.cerebration.org)
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