IJLL Special Issue:July-December 2017

Research and Readings


  • Myth as Revelation: A Study in the Poetry of W.B.Yeats
  • Big Things & Small Things in Arundhati Roy’s The God Of Small Things
  • Feminism: Opposing the Binary Opposition
  • Rasa, Dhvani & Auchitya in the Indian & Western Poetics
  • Love Poems: The Historical Alternative---Poems of Sylvia Plath and Kamala Das
  • Rethinking Modernity, Rereading T.S.Eliot
  • The Academics of Teaching-Literary Theory and Practice
  • The Wild Urge of a Man on Earth to Touch the Heaven---The Extra-Literary Vision of Mulk Raj Anand
  • The Nostalgic Note in their Flute: A Reading of Arundhati Roy and Jhumpa Lahiri
  • Shakespearean Heroines: The Source of Energy and Vitality
  • The Chemistry Behind Creativity: A Reading of Sylvia Plath and Ted Huges
  • Poetry for Life’s Sake: Voice of Judith Wright
  • The Emerging Innovations in Technology and Pedagogy
  • The Concept of Love in Shakespearean Sonnets: A Study
  • Religious Harmony and Political Cosmos: the Voice of T. S. Eliot
  • Folk and Tribal Culture of Orissa: Religiosity, Historicity and Oral Traditions
  • The Position of Women in Oriya Literature
  • Two Dispossessed Habitats: A Study of Jhumpa Lahiri’s Interpreter of Maladies and The Namesake
  • Translation as Power
  • Words and Silences in the Poetry of Niranjan Mohanty
  • The Cultural Designation of Feminism: Theory and Praxis
  • Gerard Manley Hopkins: The Poet and the Priest: A Study of The Windhover
  • Double Colonization for the Marginalized Children A Literary Delineation, Surviving Against Odds: the marginalized in a globalizing world
  • Nationalism through Patriotic Books
  • Kaleidoscope of the Indian Society-The Voice of Indo-Anglican Women Poets
  • Role of Literature in Abolishing International Terrorism
  • Capacity Building through Communicative Skills in Open Distance Learning
  • Print Media and the Role of Academia in ODL
  • Globalization and Cross-cultural Communication: the Role of Liberal Education
  • The Art and Science of Writing Children’s Literature
  • Indian Poetry in English: Recent Trends
  • Winds of Change: The Voice of Judith Wright and Kamala Das
  • Documentation and Preservation of Culture
  • Gopinath Mohanty’s ‘Paraja’: A Study of the Folk Culture of Orissa
  • Translation-- to Bring Home the Culture


  • Conducted a two-day national level workshop on English Language Teaching (ELT) at IACR under Biju Patnaik University of Technology, Orissa, on 26-27 February 2005.
  • Organised National Seminar on the topic: Traditions of Folk in Literature in SOH ,IGNOU, New Delhi, on 30-31 August 2010.

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