MA (University of Allahabad, 2002), D.Phil (University of Allahabad, Allahabad)
Office No. 50. Arts Faculty, North Campus, University of Delhi.
Preferred Contact Hours: By Appointment.
My field of interests includes Literary Theories and Shakespeare. As a research scholar I have worked on Shakespeare. My thesis is entitled “A Feminist Response to Shakespeare’s Problem Plays”. Here I establish Shakespeare a heterosexual feminist. Prior to joining the Department of English, University of Delhi, Delhi I worked as Assistant Professor of English at Jawaharlal Nehru Rajkeeya Mahavidyalaya, Port Blair.
Areas of interest
Literary Theory and Criticism, Shakespeare Studies, Folktales.
English Literature from Chaucer to Milton, Spenser’s The Faerie Queene, Literary Criticism 1, Plato’s The Republic (Book X, Aristotle’s The Poetics, Sidney’s An Apology for Poetry, Johnson’s Preface to Shakespeare, John Gay’s The Beggar’s Opera
Romantic Poetry: Wordsworth’s The Prelude, John Keats’s Hyperion and The Fall of Hyperion
Shakespeare:The Tempest , King Lear
Twentieth Century Poetry and Drama: Luigi Pirandello’s Henry IV, Bertolt Brecht’s Life of Galileo,
Cressida: An Accused of Infidelity, Shodh Drishti, vol-3 no. 5, ISSN No. 0976-6650, 2012.
A Feminist Reading of Shakespeare: All’s Well That Ends well, ANUKRITI, vol – 05, ISSN NO. 2250-1193, 2012.
Structural Linguistics and Deconstruction, ANUŚĪLANA (xliv), ISSN 0973 – 8762, B.H.U., VARANASI, 2012.
Pleasing and Teaching in ‘How Violence is Ended: A Buddhist Legend’, Shodh Drishti, ISSN No. 0976-6650, 2012.