NAME JAHIRA HOSSAIN
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DESIGNATION DEPARTMENT EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Assistant Professor English 2017 to present : Surendranath College
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Postcolonialism, Ecocriticism, Ecofeminism 

SEMINAR & SYMPOSIA

Papers Presented:

  1. Presented paper titled “Violence, Women and Survival: A Study of Arupa Patangia Kalita’s The Story of Felanee and Mitra Phukan’s The Collector’s Wife” in the International Conference on Narratives of Violence and Terror in South Asia  organised by North - Eastern Hill University, Shillong in Collaboration with NEC, Shillong and JCSSR-NERC, Shillong, November 15-17, 2017. Paper presented on 17th November. 
  2. Presented paper titled “Towards the Otherized Childhood: A Reading of the Twins in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things” in the International Seminar on Reflection of Childhood and Adolescence in Literature, Culture and Psychology organised by Department of Education, West Bengal State University in collaboration with Department of Education, Ramkrishna Sarada Mission Vivekananda Vidyabhavan and Byanjanbarna Foundation, Kolkata, on 26th and 27th July, 2018. Paper presented on 27th July. 
  1. Presented paper titled “Negotiating the Nature- Culture Divide: An Indigenous Response to Modernity” in the International Seminar on Rethinking Modernity: Interdisciplinary Perspectives organised by Department of English, Aliah University, in collaboration with Byanjanbarna Foundation, Kolkata, on 11th and 12th August, 2018. Paper presented on 11th August.
  1. Presented paper titled “The Human-Nature Symbiosis: An Understanding of the Ecological Sensibility in the Poems of Mamang Dai” in the International Conference on Ecology and Culture organised by the Department of English, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amritapuri, Kerala, India 15th and 17th December, 2018.
  1. Presented paper titled “Ecological Migrations and Women at the Sunderbans” in the International Conference on Responding to Regional Disparities and Poverty: A Focus on the Women’s Empowerment Perspectives at Diamond Harbour Women’s University, Sponsored by National Commission for Women (New Delhi, India) on 6th and 7th March, 2020. Paper presented on  6th March.

 

REFRESHERS & ORIENTATION COURSES

1. One Month Faculty Induction Programme organized by the UGC - HRDC, Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi, from 5th October to 3rd November, 2020.

STUDY MATERIALS DESCRIPTION
DEPARTMENT NAME MODULE NAME TOPIC NAME YOUR PREVIOUS STUDY MATERIALS
ENGLISH CC 8 COLONIALISM IN ROBINSON CRUSOE CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH CC 8 RACIAL RELATIONSHIP IN ROBINSON CRUSOE CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH CC 8 AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL ELEMENTS IN ROBINSON CRUSOE CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH CC 8 INDIVIDUALISM AND HUMAN NATURE IN ROBINSON CRUSOE CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH CC 3 INDIAN AUDIENCE AND THE PLAYS OF MAHESH DATTANI CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH CC 9 BLAKE'S SONGS OF EXPERIENCE: THE WORLD LOST AND FOUND CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH CC 9 COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF SONGS OF INNOCENCE AND SONGS OF EXPERIENCE CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 1, CC 2 McNamara, Joanne. - The Frustration of Pentheus CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 1, CC 2 Coleman, K M- Tiresias the Judge CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 1, CC 2 Ovid and His Times CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 1, CC 2 Ovid and the Theban Narrative CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 1, CC 2 The Literary Progression of Ovid - Elegy to Epic CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 1, CC 2 The Metamorphoses - A Literary Monstrum CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 1, CC 2 Pentheus and Bacchus CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 1, CC 2 The Gruesome Demise of Pentheus CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 1, CC 2 The Captive Acoetes and His Tale CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 1, CC 2 The Bacchanalia and Roman Culture CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 1, CC 2 The Rejection of Pentheus by Bacchus CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 1, CC 2 The Warning of Tiresias to Pentheus CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 1, CC 2 Major Greek and Roman Gods CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 1, CC 2 List of Roman Emperors CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 1, CC 2 Epic- Features CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 1, CC 2 Transforming Bodies, Transforming Epic CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 1, CC 2 Fantasy, the Fabulous and The Miraculous Metamorphoses of Nature CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 1, CC 2 Index of Persons in Metamorphoses CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 1, CC 2 Introduction to Ovid CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 1, AECC 1 (COMPULSORY ENGLISH) English Grammar and Composition - Wren and Martin CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 5 Student Companion to Ernest Hemingway- The Old Man and the Sea CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 5 Existentialism in The Old Man and the Sea CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 5 Hemingways Extended Vision in The Old Man and the Sea CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 5 Hemingways Masculine Persona and His Portrayal of Manhood CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 5 Heroic Impulse in The Old Man and the Sea CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 5 Symbolism Old Man and the Sea CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 5 Machismo and Masochism in the Works of Hemingway CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 5 The Tenor of Masculine Grace in The Old Man and the Sea CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 5 Tragic Vision of Life Old Man and the Sea CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 5 Text Structures Action Description and Symbolism in The Old Man and the Sea CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 5 The Cuban Context of The Old Man and The Sea CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 6 Bengali Folk Rhymes - An Introduction CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 6 Bengals Nonsense Rhymes CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 6 Chhara Punthi - Nursery Rhymes of Bengal CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 6 Introduction- Childrens Literature and Colonial India CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 6 Kaviraj, Sudipta - Laughter and Subjectivity- The Self Ironical Tradition in Bengali Literature CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 6 Kaviraj, Sudipta - The Two Histories of Literary Culture in Bengal CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 6 Literature and Politics of Identity in Bengal CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 6 On Fairy Tales Intellectuals and Nationalism in Bengal CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 6 Selected Letters of Sukumar Ray CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 6 The Illogic of Fantasy and Nonsense- the Indian Context CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 6 Trivializing Empire- The World of Upendrakishore Ray CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 6 Trivializing Empire- The World of Sukumar Ray CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 7 Aphra Behn and the Roundheads CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 7 Aphra Behns Destabilization of Sexual Categories CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 7 Carnivalizing in The Rover CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 7 Contextualizing Aphra Behn- Plays and Politics CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 7 Early Modern Womens Writings- Texts and Contexts CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 7 Helenas Self-Creation of Youth in The Rover Part I CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 7 Moving Miniatures and Circulating Bodies in The Rover CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 7 Playing for All in the City - Womens Drama CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 7 Rape and the Female Subject in The Rover CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 7 Rape on the Restoration Stage CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 7 The Audience of Restoration Comedy- 1660-1776 CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 7 The Language of Gender in The Rover CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 3, CC 7 The Semiotics of Restoration Performance in The Rover CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 11 Draupadi by Mahasveta Devi, Translated with a Foreword by Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 11 Defiance and the Speakablity of Rape- Mahasweta Devis Short Fictions CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 11 Mahasweta Devis Rhetoric of Subversion in Draupadi CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 11 Performing Naked Protest in India - The Cotext of Mahaswta Devis Draupadi CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 11 Struggling Bodies and Minds in Mahasweta Devi CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 11 Subaltern Agency in Mahasweta Devis Short Fictions CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 11 The Author (Mahasweta Devi) in Conversation - from Imaginary Maps CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 11 The Textual Politics of Rape in Manto and Mahasweta Devi CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 11 Under Western Eyes - Chandra Talpade Mohanty CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 11 Sen, Indrani - Colonial Constructions of the Indian Woman CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 11 The Limits of Gender Ideology- Bengali Women the Colonial State and the Private Sphere CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 11 Education of the Bengali Bhadramahila CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 11 Motherhood and Child Rearing - Traditional Role of Bengali Women CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 11 The Role of the Bhadramahila as Housewife CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 11 The Traditional Roles of Women in Bengali Society CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 11 Autobiography of a 19th Century Woman - Rassundari Devi by Tanika Sarkar CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 11 Bengali Womens Writings - Tanika Sarkar CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 11 Commentary on Amar Jiban by Tanika Sarkar CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 11 The Changing World of Religion - Tanika Sarkar CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 12 T S Eliot and Modernist Studies CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 12 Daiches, David - Some Aspects of T S Eliot CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 12 Dante and T S Eliots Prufrock CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 12 The Voices of Fragmented Reality in the Poems of Eliot CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 12 The Epigraph of Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 12 Allusion to Dantes Divine Comedy in The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 12 Interpretation - The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 12 Interpretation of The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 12 Metaphorical Analysis of Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 12 Prufrock and After - The Theme of Change CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 12 Critical Commentary on Preludes and The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrcok CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 12 Interpretation of The Second Coming by Yeats CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 12 Interpretation of The Second Coming CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 12 Theme and Interpretation of The Second Coming CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 12 Image and Idea in The Second Coming CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 12 Literary Reverberations in The Second Coming CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 12 Metaphors of the Centre and Periphery in The Second Coming CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 12 Memory and Desire in Preludes CLICK HERE FOR VIEW
ENGLISH SEMESTER 5, CC 12 Note on No Second Troy CLICK HERE FOR VIEW