Faculty Profile

Name Dr. Manisha Mathur
Designation Assistant Professor
EMail Manishamathur70@gmail.com
Educational Qualifications
Degree/Diploma/Any Other Course Year Subjects/Specialization University/Institution
B.A. (H) 1991 English, History Delhi
M.A. 1997 English Lucknow
Ph.D. 2006 American Literature with special emphasis on War Literature and Afro American Women’s Writing Lucknow
Career Profile
Institution Designation Duration Role(s) Performed
Lucknow Christian College Assistant Professor (Temp) 7 Years Teaching & Administrative : 2001-2008
Mata Sundri College for Women Assistant Professor Employed Teaching : 2008-2016
Publications
  • Published an article entitled “Race, Class and Gender: The Triple Jeopardy in Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye” in the book entitled “Marginal Existence: New Trends in Literature” (ed) Anita Parihar and Anil Bisht, Creative Books, New Delhi- 2006.
  • Published an article entitled “Writing from the Margins: Myriad Shades of Female Experience in the Poetry of Hira Bansode” in the book entitled “Socio-Political Concerns in Dalit Literature: A Critical Survey” (ed) Satendra Kumar, Yking Books Jaipur, 2011.
  • Published a book entitled “ Arms and the Man: A Study of Select American War Novelists”, Atlantic Publishers, 2012.
Conference Organization /Presentations
  • Participated in a 6 day Orientation Programme for Teachers organized by the Institute of Lifelong Learning, University of Delhi, as part of the English Language Proficiency Course-II, from July 27th to August 1, 2009.,
  • Presented a paper entitled ”Alternate View of History in Bapsi Sidhwa’s Ice Candyman” at the International Conference of Commonwealth Literature at IIT Rourkee, 2005.
  • Presented a paper entitled ”Race, Class and Gender: the Triple Jeopardy in Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye” at the National Seminar on Marginal Existence: New Trends in Literature at Kumaon University in 2005.
  • Presented a paper entitled “The Subaltern Voice in Mulk Raj Anand’s Untouchable” at the 50th All India English Teachers’ Conference, Lucknow University in 2006.
  • Presented a paper entitled “From Margin to Centre: Feminist Concerns in Bapsi Sidhwa’s Ice Candy Man.
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