Volume 7 Issue 3

Dear Readers & Contributors,

This autumn issue of IJELLS as revisited the old and brought in the new. It is an issue which compiles many poems, interesting articles on various aspects and on the areas that are fast expanding the scope of English Literature, bringing in multidisciplinary elements, demonstrating how it should truly be. One interesting article is on Janakpur art along with another very interesting art on a Telugu novella Atadu Adavini Jayinchaadu. Taking it further on this path of uniqueness is an article on a Telugu novel Antarani Vasantham.

We also have a couple of articles on Literature & film discussing Cultural Diversity in Literature and Film and Post-97 Hong Kong films .

Happy Reading and Sharing!

Dr. Mrudula Lakkaraju
Founding & Chief Editor

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Our Contributors

Dechhen Dolma is a Research Scholar pursuing MA in English and also a teacher by profession with 13 years of experience. She has served in various capacities as Head of English Department, Staff Secretary, Literary co-ordinator and Health-in-charge.

Himanshu Shukla is an Engineering graduate from National Institute of Technology, Surathkal. His interests are in Theoretical physics and Writing (both humorous and reflective). He loves writing based on his own experiences rather on worldly facts.

Dr. A. Muthu Meena Losini, Asst. Professor in English, Mother Teresa Women’s University Kodaikanal

Michael Lee Johnson lived ten years in Canada during the Vietnam era and is a dual citizen of the United States and Canada. Today he is a poet, freelance writer, amateur photographer, and small business owner in Itasca, Illinois. Mr. Johnson published in more than 1037 publications, his poems have appeared in 37 countries, he edits, publishes 10 different poetry sites.

Tshoki Dorjiis a Research Scholar pursuing MA in English and also a teacher by profession with 11 years of experience. He has served in different capacities as Head of English Department, Staff Secretary, Scouts Leader and music club co-ordinator.

Dr. Anita Konwar is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English, Sonari College, Charaideo, Assam. She has contributed research papers and articles in different academic and research journals at state, national and international level. Her research interests include Women Studies, Indo-Anglian Fiction, Commonwealth Literature & North-East India Studies.

Dr. J. Bheemaiah is Assistant Professor with 12 years of experience in the university and 15 years of experience in the state intermediate education, now teaching at the Centre for Comparative Literature, University of Hyderabad. He has served in the capacity of Deputy Chief warden and presently serving as Coordinator, UGC Remedial Coaching: Spoken English and Grammar for SC, ST, OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) and Minority Students in the university. Recently he has been appointed as a Member of Academic Council, University of Hyderabad.

Chitra. S (PhD) is Faculty of English at Yonphula Centenary College, Royal University of Bhutan. Her teaching encompasses both the literature and language components with special interest toward the exploration of Folk and Tribal Studies, Modern Twentieth Century Literature, Postcolonial & Culture Studies, European Literature, Existential feminism as well as task- based English language teaching.
Ganesh Dhakal is a PhD Research Scholar at Mewar University.

Hatem Mohammed Hatem Al-Shamea is a Ph.D. researcher in the Department of English Literature at EFL University, Hyderabad, India. His PhD research includes English Literature, Arabic and African Literature and Postcolonial Literature. He has presented four papers in international and national conferences. He has also three published articles in international journals. He is presently working on spiritual and social taboos and Yemeni identity.

Dr. Jayanthi Rajendran is currently teaching at the University of Jazan, KSA under the capacity of Assistant Professor. She also has more than 12 years of teaching experience at the University level. She has been an active member in the Department of Research with more than fifteen journal publications and research articles to her credit. She is an expertise at American Literature, Indian writing and ESL.

K. Kamalaveni is a PhD Research Scholar of Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswati Viswa Maha Vidyalaya a Deemed University in Kanchipuram, Tamilnadu. With an experience of 25 years in teaching, her main areas of interest include American Drama, Women’s Studies and Modern Prose.

Dr. Li Siu Kit is an Assistant Professor at Caritas Institute of Higher Education in Hong Kong. His main field of research is films and Hong Kong culture.

Padma S V is an Assistant Professor at Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology, Bangalore. She teaches Kannada for engineering students, where she has been a faculty member since January-2010. Her interests lie in the area of learning languages, ranging from theory to new implementation.

Proiti Seal Acharya is pursuing a Master’s Degree in English from Jadavpur University. She has previously received her B.A. Honours Degree from the same department in 2017.

Roby K Sebastian, Research Scholar in English Literature, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore. He has M. Phil in English and he is the Director of Chavara Cultural Centre Kochi. He is the Secretary General of World Fellowship of Inter Religious Councils (WFIRC) an organization having roots World over.

Ashitha Varghese, Assistant Professor in English, Research Guide, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore. She has an area of specialization on ethnographic research conducing English language teaching in culturally and linguistically complex classrooms of Tribal comimunities. She is also a blogger with the blog titled, “Stream of My Consciousness” and has achieved several awards and recognitions in the blogosphere.

Saly Joseph is a Ph. D Research Scholar from Bangalore University.

Santosh Kumar Singh works as a Post Graduate Teacher at Sainik Awasiya Mahavidyalaya (Campus) in Bhaktapur, Nepal. He specializes in social semiotics & Mithila painting.
Rashmi P is currently working with Department of English at St. Ann’s College for Women, Mehdipatnam, Hyderabad

Saritha Samuel is currently working with Department of English at St. Ann’s College for Women, Mehdipatnam, Hyderabad

Dr. B. Srinivasulu is a Lecturer in the department of English, V. R. S. Degree College, Veerapunayunipalli, Kadapa District of Andhra Pradesh. He was awarded Ph.D. Degree by Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati in 2015. He has contributed several research articles in literary journals in India.

Subhashini Dimple B is an Assistant Professor at Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology, Bangalore. She handles Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) for engineering students, where she has been a faculty member since September-2016. She is a Master of Law from Bangalore University and her undergraduate studies – Bachelor of Law from University Law College, Bangalore.

Sushil Ghimire is a PhD Research Scholar at Mewar University

Beerendra Pandey is a Professor at Central Department of English Tribhuvan University

Dr. B. Venkat Rao is an Assistant Professor, Dept of Literatures in English at EFL University. His area of research and teaching include Postcolonial studies, Indian Writing in English, Dalit and Subaltern Studies.

Dr. Monal Dewle, PhD (ELE) works as an Assistant Professor in the Centre for English Language Education, Ambedkar University Delhi. Her interests are Academic Writing, Reading Comprehension: Difficulties and Disorders, Learning Disabilities.

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