| PhD Thesis
|Title of Thesis
||University from which Ph.D. awarded
|Tradition and Discontinuity: A Study of Minority Discourse & Bakhtinian thought in Mordecia Richler's fiction
||Central University of Hyderabad
|Areas of Research Interest
|Native Literature (American, Australian, Canadian and Indian), Modern Literary Theory & Post Colonial literature & Dalit literature
|1) Published a book: Discursive DISPLACEMENT.
2) Presented papers in 20 International & 23 National Presented papers in the International Conferences in Canada, US, & UK (Oxford), Australia.
3) Selected for Shastri Indo-Canadian faculty Enrichment Award in 2012 (1st July to 31st July 2012 in University of Toronto)
4). Worked as Assistant Professor 1996-2002, university of Kerala, Trivandrum
5). Organised Three Global Seminars on Fourth World Literatures.
6). Delivered 35 Lectures in the Academic Staff Colleges of Various Universities
|No. of Books Published and Edited
||05, 1). Discursive Displacement
2). Fiction of Wilson Harris: A Study of well Indian Discourse
3). Post Colonial Literatures: discourses on the Praxis & Pedagogics
4). Exploring fourth World Lit
|No. of research articles published/presented since the inception:
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