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Dept. of English

Asha P. V.

Assistant Professor | M.A, M.Phil, UGC NET

Biography

She has an MPhil Degree from Institute of English, University of Kerala. She
is currently doing her part time research under the guidance of Dr. Suja Kurup P. L.,
Professor, Institute of English on Australian Literature. Her teaching and research interests
are in the area of Gender studies, Postcolonial literature, Cultural Studies and Australian
literature.

Education

  • MPhil (English), Institute of English, University of Kerala
  • UGC NET with Junior Research Fellowship
  • MA (English Language and Literature), Institute of English , University of Kerala
  • BA (English Language and Literature), All Saints’ College, University of Kerala

Experience

  • ASAP Master Trainer in All Saints’ College
  • Worked as a Guest lecturer in N. S. S. College for Women, Government Arts College, and Mahatma Gandhi College Thiruvananthapuram
  • Assistant Professor, PG Department of English, Government College Kasaragod: 24 June 2019 onwards

Publications

  • “Mapping the Ecological Consciousness in Select Australian Aboriginal Poems” Indian Journal of Postcolonial Literatures 17.1 (2017): 42-49. Print.
  • “Healing and Survival in Ruby Slipperjack’s Honour the Sun and Silent Words” Littcrit 43.2 (2017): 78-86. Print.
  • “Reading the Turbulent Verses: A Study of the Select Un-Australian Poems of Ali Alizadeh” Journal of Literature & Aesthetics 17.2 (2017): 100-107. Print.
  • “Weaving the Aboriginal Psyche in Thomas Keneally’s The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith” English Activities Update 8.1-2 (2017): 25-33. Print.
  • “Basavaraj Naikar’s Light in the House: The Saga of the Kabir of Karnataka.” The Nativist Vision of Life in the Works of Basavaraj Naikar. Ed. P. V. Laxmiprasad. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2018. 95-103. Print.
  • “Nature vs. Culture: Ecological Underpinnings in Ruby Slipperjack’s Silent Words.” Divergences. Eds. Dr. Suja Kurup P. L., and Shyama Sajeev. Haryana: Horizon, 2019. 30-33. Print.