Anisha Ghosh

Asst. Professor

M. A. in English Literature from North Bengal University, NET qualified and registered as a Ph.D. scholar in the Department of English. Raiganj University, I am currently working at Inspiria Knowledge Campus as Assistant Professor. I have two years and ten months of honours level teaching experience in reputed degree colleges like A. B. N. Seal College, Coochbehar, Gyan Jyoti College, Siliguri and North Bengal St. Xavier’s College. I have article publications in several national and international journals and have alsocontributed chapters in ISBN numbered books. I have presented papers in several national and international seminars.

EDUCATION

  • M. A. (English Literature)
  • B. A. (English Literature Honours)
  • NET qualified

EXPERIENCE

  • Academics:Two years and ten months of honours level teaching experience
  • Research:One and a half years of full time research

PUBLICATION

  • “THE LANDSCAPE OF KERALA IN K. V. DOMINIC’S POETRY” AND “THE POET OF THE MARGINALISED: AN ANALYSIS OF DR. K. V. DOMINIC’S POETRY” IN PHILOSOPHICAL MUSINGS FOR MEANINGFUL LIFE: AN ANALYSIS OF K. V. DOMINIC’SPOEMS (MODERN HISTORY PRESS, U. S. A.)
  • “PORTRAYAL OF WOMAN CHARACTERS IN ROHINTON MISTRY’S SUCH A LONG JOURNEY” PUBLISHED IN 1.1 OCTOBER 2014 ISSUE OF “GNOSIS”, ISSN 2394-0131, PP. 73-80
  • “RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HUMAN AND NON-HUMAN NATURE IN KIRAN DESAI’S HULLABALOO AT GUAVA ORCHARD” PUBLISHED IN ENVIRONMENTAL LITERATURE: RESEARCH PAPERS AND POEMS, ISBN 978-93-5207-309-2 (2016), PP.63-70
  • “SPEAKING HER MIND AND BODY: FEMINIST PROTEST IN KAMALA DAS’S POETRY” PUBLISHED IN ‘INDIAN WOMEN’S WRITING: FROM SHADOW TO REVOLT’ (2014) ISBN 978-81-8455-517-2, PP. 61-72

EXPERTISE

  • Postcolonial Literature and Literary Theory
  • Creative/ Academic Writing
  • Written communication skills