Dr. P. Karkuzhali, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Chellammal Women's College of the Pachaiyappa's Trust, Chennai-32. She is the co-editor of Unearthing the Unexplored: A Critical Companion to Fourth World Literature (2016) and Subalternity and Literature (2017). Her research interests include postcolonial/indigenous literature and subaltern/disability studies. She writes poetry in Tamil. She is the author of Enna Saaral (2019). She is the recipient of Kasthuri Ramnath State Award, Hellen Keller State Award, Wisdom Award, and Rev. Fr. Lawrence Sundaram Gold Medal for outstanding performance in the Doctor of Philosophy in English.
Dr. P. Prayer Elmo Raj, Assistant Professor, PG and Research Department of English, Pachaiyappa's College, Chennai-30. He is the author of Theology of Religions in the Context of Fundamentalism (2013), Book of Job: A Literary Response (2014) and Postcolonial Theory and Literary Imagination (2018), co-author of Essays on Global Literature (2014) and Engaging with Disabilities (2015), editor of Religion, Politics and Secularism (2016) and Literature and Society (2016), and co-editor of Plurality and Difference (2017) and Subalternity and Literature (2017). His research interests include literary/critical theory, alternative epistemologies and new literatures.
Dr. Tania Ramalho, Brazilian-American Professor of Education, School of Education, State University of New York (SUNY) Oswego, teaches Critical Literacy and Pedagogy in Master of Education programs. Ramalho has been interested in Global and Development Education as well as Women's Studies. She is one of the editors of the revised edition of Activist Art in Social Justice Pedagogy--Engaging Students in Glocal Issues through the Arts (Peter Lang, 2017) and is presently working on the forthcoming book Reading the World--Notes from the Not-So-Fine Lines (Sense, 2019). Ramalho also writes political poetry that reveals deep commitment to global social justice, peace and social evolution.
Dr. Chukwugozie Maduka Visiting Professor, Center for Environmental Philosophy, Department of Philosophy and Religions, University of North Texas, USA and formerly Lecturer at the University of Benin, Nigeria. Founder President of Gozie Maduka-Osuigwe Center for Cultures, Civilization and Research. Served as the editor, Heinmann Educational Books, Nigeria (1981-84). Authored and edited several books and published research articles in journals of international repute. His research interests include advanced logic, phenomenology, applied philosophy, philosophy of education and comparative education.
Dr. K. Damodar Rao, retired Associate Professor of English, Kakatiya University, Warangal-506009. He is the co-editor of Postcolonial Indian English Fiction: Decentering the Nation (2016), Multiculturalism in Indian Tradition and Literature (2016), Bhakti Movement and Literature: Reforming a Tradition (2016), Postcolonial Theory and Literature (2003), editor of Mapping English: Recent Studies in Language and Literature (2016) and the author of The Novels of Ayi Kwei Armah (1993). His translated works include Ocean is My Name (2014), Ode to Frontline Formations (2013), Flames and the Man (2012), Scent and the Soil (2012), Pride of Place (2011), Blissful Abode (2009), Brilliance-Jewelled Swan (2000), Cease-Fire (2000), Crossfire (1999) and Fire-Spark (1998).
Dr. Gurumurthi Neelakandan, Professor of English and Rahul and NamitaGautam Chair (2011-2014), Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT, Kanpur. His research interests lie in the intersections of literary modernism and postmodernism. He has written extensively on the fiction of Saul Bellow and Philip Roth examining how religion and sexuality inform their works. He is the author of Saul Bellow and the Modern Waste Land. Dr. G. Neelakantan is a member of International Association of University Professors of English, Switzerland and a Consulting Editor of Philip Roth Studies, Purdue University Press.
Dr. Nikhila H., Head and Associate Professor, Department of Film Studies, The English and Foreign Language University, Hyderabad-500007. Her areas of specialization are gender studies, film and media studies and postcolonial studies. She is the co-editor of Kaleidscope (2009). Member of Advisory Board of Indian Journal of Comparative Literature and Translation Studies.
Dr. Shiladitya Sen, Assistant Professor of English Literature at Montclair State University, USA. He completed his Ph.D (2012) from Temple University. His primary area of expertise is renaissance drama, particularly metatheatre, but he has interests and has taught in diverse areas. He regularly presents papers at conferences in the USA and India, and has published articles on Cambyses and 18th-century prose. He is currently working on a project regarding Shakespeare's Cleopatra.
Dr. Patrycja Austin, Assistant Professor at the Institute of English Studies, Rzeszow University, Poland. She teaches Anglophone literature and literary theory. In her research, she focuses on postcolonial literature and theory, ecocriticism and intermediality. She is the author of In Words and Music: Glocal Imaginaries in the Novels of Salman Rushdie, Vikram Seth and Amit Chaudhuri (2013). She is the member of the Editorial Board of two European journals: Ostrava Journal of English Philology and Studia Anglica Resoviensia.
Dr. Natalia Kochkina, Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, Department of International Economics and Marketing, Kyiv National Taras Shevechenko University, Kyiv, Ukraine. She is also the President of the Master Degree Program in Business Administration and Consulting, University Coordinator of Double Degree and Erasmus+ Programs with the University of Macerata, Italy and the Vice Head, Business School of Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University. She is the author of Marketing Management (2019) and co-author of Marketing: A Terminology Dictionary (2017), Global Transformations of International Economic System (2015), Marketing Innovations in Economy and Business (2013), Marketing (2009) and co-editor of Innovations in the Development of Socio-Economic Systems: Microeconomic, Macroeconomic and Mesoeconomic Levels (2016). Her research interests include Marketing, International Business and International Business Communication.
Dr. Nilanjana Mukherjee,
Shaheed Bhagat Singh College,
University of Delhi.
Books Published: Co-editor of Mapping India: Transitions and Transformations, 18th - 19th Century. UK: Routledge, 2020. (forthcoming monograph) Spatial Imaginings: Cartographic Reason and Colonial Representations in Maps, Landscapes, Travelogues. UK: Routledge, 2020.
Research Interests: Visual Culture, Space and Spatiality, Landscape Paintings, Cartography, Women in Literature and Art, Bangla Literature and Culture, Postcolonial/cultural/border studies, media/Mobility Studies
. Awarded Travel Grant by the Collaborative Research Centre SFB(1199), funded by the German Research Foundation for an invited research paper presentation at the University of Leipzig, Germany in October, 2018.
. Awarded Charles Wallace India Trust Visiting Fellowship, British Council jointly at the Institute of Advanced Studies in Humanities and the Centre for South Asian Studies, University of Edinburgh (September-December, 2017).
. Article titled "Drawing Roads/Building Empire: Space and Circulation in Charles D'Oyly's Indian Landscapes" published in South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, Vol. 37, Number 2, June 2014, was awarded the distinguished Meenakshi Mukherjee Memorial Prize for the best publication (2014) by the Indian Association of Commonwealth Languages and Literature Studies.
. Awarded Doctoral Fellowship by King's College, London during September-October, 2009.
Dr. Chitra Thrivikraman Nair, Assistant Professor & Head, Department of English, University College, Trivandrum.
Research Interests: Indian Writings in English, Literature of the Marginalized Cultures and Dalit Literary Studies
Books Published: Co-ed., Perspectives on New Literatures: Postcolonial Responses(2015)
Dr. Sanjukta Chatterjee, Assistant Professor of English, Raiganj University, West Bengal.
Research Interests: Feminism, Queer Studies, Postcolonial Studies, Indian Cultural Studies, North East Studies
Dr. P. Malathy, Assistant Professor, PG & Research Department of English, Government Arts College (Autonomous), Coimbatore.
Research Interests: English Language Teaching, Creative Writing
Books Published: English for Practical Elegance(2010), Fundamentals and usage of Technical English(2012), and Interfacing with the Corporate(2012)
Dr. Divya S, Assistant Professor of English, Bishop Moore College, Alappuzha, Kerala.
Research Interests: Literary/Cultural Theory, Memory Studies/Gender Studies
Dr. Boopathi P, Assistant Professor, Department of English Studies, School of Social Sciences & Humanities, Central University of TamilNadu, Thiruvarur.
Research Interests: Disability Studies, Postcolonial/Resistance Literature, Life Writings, Palestine & West Asian Literature
Mr. Chapparban Sajaudeen, Assistant Professor, Center for Studies and Research in Diaspora, School of Language, Literature and Cultural Studies, Central University of Gujarat.
Research Interests: Contemporary Literary and Cultural Theory, Migration and Diaspora Studies, Migration Rights and Human Rights, Refugee and Forced Migration Studies
Ms. V. Dhivya (Ph.D), Assistant Professor of English, Chikkaiah Naicker College, Erode.
Research Interests: Postcolonial and Subaltern Studies, African American Literature, Indian Writings
Dr. Sibendu Chakraborty, Assistant Professor of English, Charuchandra College, Kolkata, West Bengal.
Research Interests: Aboriginal Theatre, Indigenous Studies, Diasporic Literature and Postcolonial Studies
Dr. Swagata Ray, Associate Professor of English, Department of Science and Humanities, Geethanjali College of Engineering and Technology, Hyderabad, Telangana.
Research Interests:Comparative Literature, South Asian Literature, Indian English Literature, Feminism, Critical Theory, Gynocriticism, Contemporary Fiction and Poetry
Mr. Hatem Mohammed AL-Shamea, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Faculty of Education, Hadhramout University, Yemen.
Research Interest: Arab literature, gender equality, Religious studies, Postcolonial studies, Socio-political studies and philosophical studies
Books Published: An Arab Latin-American Cultural Dialogue(2019) and Will-To-Power: A Search in the Shadows of Colonialism(2019)
Ms. Zenab Jehangir, Lecturer in English, National University of Modern Languages, Peshawar Campus, Pakistan.
Research interests: Postmodernism, Metamodernism, Posthumanism