Faculty

Dr. Saswati SenGupta, M.A. (Delhi), M.Phil. (Delhi) Ph.D. (Delhi)

Has published her work on post colonial interpretations in international journals and books. Co - editor and contributor of Towards Freedom : Critical Studies on Ghare Bhaire, Orient Longman, 2007 Published. Her Ph. D. thesis work has involved original research on the Brat Kathas of Orissa, Bengal and Assam. Recipient of the Charles Wallace Trust grant for research in England.

Dr. Sharmila Purkayastha, M.A. (Delhi) M.Phil. (Delhi) ,Ph.D. ( Delhi)

Co - editor and contributor of Towards Freedom : Critical Studies on Ghare Bhaire, Orient Longman, 2007 Published. Has been a long time human rights activist. Involved in research and data publication on these issues.



Mrs. Indira Prasad, M.A. (Delhi) M.Phil. (Delhi)

Is engaged in collecting and collating the dramatic works of Bhikhari Thakur, a Bhojpuri folk dramatist. Published work: Translation and Adaptation:Their Respective Realms, International Journal of Translation,Vol.2,No.1,Jan.1990. Has been involved in NSS programs concerning alternative education.


Dr. Shampa Roy, M.A. (Delhi) M.Phil. (Delhi), Ph.D. (Delhi)

Co - editor and contributor of Towards Freedom : Critical Studies on Ghare Bhaire, Orient Longman, 2007 Published. Her Ph. D. thesis work has been in the area of colonial British women’s writings. Has appeared in seminars in the University, as a participant in pedagogic sessions. Her article titled “Cross Cultural Sisters: Eleanor Rathbone and the Indian Feminist Movement in the 1930s” appeared in the Asian Journal of Women’s Studies, Vol. 12, 2006 and another titled “A Miserable Sham: Flora Annie Steel’s short fictions” is due for publication in a forthcoming issue of The Feminist Review, London. Has received the Charles Wallace Trust grant twice for research in England

Ms. Deepika Tandon, M.A. (Delhi) M.Phil. (Delhi)

Areas of academic interest are Rennaissance drama, modern Indian drama, classical Sanskrit literature. She has presented papers on modern Marathi theatre at University conferences. She is active on gender issues in Delhi University and is a civil rights activist working with a Delhi based democratic rights group. She has translated two pieces from Hindi to English for Shadow Lives: Writings on Widowhood, an anthology edited by Uma Chakravarti and Preeti Gill.


Ms. Ira Singh, M.A. (Delhi) M.Phil. (Delhi)

Her area of interest is nineteenth and twentieth century writing. Reviews contemporary fiction and non fiction extensively for various publications. Has recently been awarded a Charles Wallace India fellowship for creative writing at Edinburgh.



Ms. Devjani Ray







Ms. Senganglu Thaimei , M.A. , M.Phil (Delhi)







Ms. Meera Sagar , M.A. , M.Phil (Delhi)







Dr. Parul Bhardwaj , M.A. , Ph.D (Mumbai)







Dr. Shweta Sachdeva Jha , M.A. , M.Phil (Delhi) ,Ph.D (London)







Dr. Jenny Rowena , M.A. , Ph.D (Hyderabad)







Ms. Gorvika
Dr. Anshu Kujur BA ( Delhi), M.A. , Ph.D (JNU)

Her area of interest is Indo-Jewish literature.