Department of English

Recent Publication


1. Das, Debarati, and Rita Banerjee. "Enacting Resistance in History and Fiction: Counter-narratives of Tribal Historiography in Mahasweta Devi’s Writings". Cultural Histories of India: Subaltern Spaces, Peripheral Genres, and Alternate Historiography, edited by Rita Banerjee, Routledge, 2020.
2. Gupta, Ashes. “Tripura Bangla Kobita: Patabhumikay Desh o Deshantar”. (Bengali) in Kantatanr o Kobita (Bengali) edited by Angshuman Kar, ISBN 978-93-90621-64-4, Gangchil, Kolkata, 2021/5, p180-190,
3. Gupta, Ashes. “Proshongo Natoker Anubad: Ekti Tatwik Bisleshoner Prochestay” (Bengali), Tripura Theatre: A Journal on Theatre and Performing Arts, Volume 16, Issue-1, (UGC Care Listed sl.No.1, Discipline-Arts and Humanities; Subject: Arts and Humanities), Publisher Tripura Theatre, 2021/10, p 44-48.
4. Gupta, Ashes. “Masquerading gelotophobia through self-evasive laughter: Exploring the link between the ridiculous Bangal in select popular Bengal Cinema of the 60s and his Ghoti Bhadralok and Bangal refugee viewer in the entre nous (?) of the movie hall,” Dibrugarh University Journal of English Studies, Vol. 29, Issue: June 2021, Department of English, Dibrugarh University. 2021/6.
5. Gupta, Ashes. “The Cover Story: Exploring cover designs of 'David Copperfield from perspectives of authorship, autonomy and alternative narration,” MARGINS:A Journal of Literature and Culture (International PEER Reviewed); The Department of English, Guahati University, Vol. 9 Issue, 2019-20, The Department of English, Guahati University, 2020, p 7-25.
6. Banik, Somdev. “Literature Teaching for Affective and Psychomotor Skill Development in the Learner—An Alternative Paradigm”. SARASWAT-The Tripura University Research Journal, Vol.-I, Issue- 01, December 2020.
7. Banik, Somdev. “Teaching English Literature/ Language: Perspectives from a non-Metro University” in English Studies in India eds. B. Mahanta and R. Sharma, (Book Chapter) Springer Nature, Singapore, ISBN: 978-981-13-1524-4, 2019.
1. Singh, Ksh. Premchandra. (2019). “Confessional Poetry AmadiLoukham Nandakumargi Sheirengsing” Rhitu, The Cultural Forum Manipur, 155-56 Issue, Feb – April,.ISSN 2348-2044. p 30-33. 
2. Singh. Ksh. Premchandra. (2020). Translated Poems of RK Bhubonsana. Indian Literature. Vol. LXIV, No. 3, May/June 2020,. ISSN 001980-4, p 68-72 
3. Singh. Ksh. Premchandra. (2020). Translated Poems of RK Bhubonsana. Manipur State Kala Akademi. Issue 36, Feb. 2020, , ISSN 2347-1581, p.25-26 
4. Singh. Ksh. Premchandra. (2020). “Koratpa: The First Death Ritual of the Meitei Kritanias (Kidna) of Tripura”. Contemporary Issues and Inights of the Anthropology of North East India. Eds. HaobijamVokendro and MilonjyotiBorgohain, Kalpaz Publications, 2020, p. 213-232. 
5.  Gupta, Ashes. ‘Of fear and fantasy, fact and fiction: Interrogating canonical Indian literary historiography towards comprehending partition of Bengal in post- Independence Indian English fictional space.’ Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities. E-ISSN 0975-2935,(Online Open Access Journal Indexed by Web of Science, Scopus, ERIHPLUS,EBSCO,UGC). Vol.10. No.4, July- September, 2020. 
6. Gupta, Ashes. ‘Drishwa, Drishwamanata o Drishyantar: Lokenatyer natokiyota ebong Tripurar udbastu Bangali chetonar prekshite ekti tatwik bisleshon.’ (in Bengali). Tripura Theatre. Festive Issue-2020, Vol.15, Issue-1 (UGC Care-Listed Journal, Discipline: Arts and Humanities; Subject: Arts and Humanities), p 43-48.
1. Gupta, ParthaSarathi. “Constructing Postcolonial Pedagogies of Folk: Archiving Oratures of India’s North-East through ‘Play’ and ‘Pictures’ SAMBALPUR STUDIES IN LITERATURES AND CULTURES, JOURNAL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH, SAMBALPUR UNIVERSITY, SERIES 5, 2019 ISSN 2231-5616. p 23-30. 
2. Gupta, ParthaSarathi. “Towards Syncretism: Resisting Critical Stereotypes in the Study of Contemporary Indian English Drama with Special Reference to GirishKarnad’sBroken Images”CONTEMPORARY INDIAN ENGLISH POETRY AND DRAMA: CHANGING CANONS AND RESPONSES. EDS, ARNAB KUMAR SINHA, SAJALKUMAR BHATTACHARYA AND HIMADRI LAHIRI, CAMBRIDGE SCHOLARS PUBLISHING,  ISBN 9781527533226. p179-191. 
3. Singh, Ksh. Premchandra. (2018) “Place of Ougri in Meitei Lai Haraoba”. Transcript, Bodoland University, Vol III, 2017. ISSN 2347-1743. p 81-89. 
4. Singh. Ksh. Premchandra. (2018). ”English Language Teaching in Tripura”. Issues on the Comprehensive Development of Students of Tripura. Eds. Subal Chandra Das, Dr. Chhanda Bhattacharyya, Dr. N. Jibolata Devi. VysasdevPrakshni, 2018.  
5. Singh, Ksh. Premchandra. (2018.) “Incest and Gender Bias in the Tripuri Folktale “Chethuang”. Journal of Literature and Cultural Studies, Mizoram University. Vol V, Issue II, Dec. ISSN 2348-1188.  p  87-98.  
6. Singh. Ksh. Premchandra. (2018) The Notions of Manipuri Identity. Manipuri Dance and Culture: An Anthology. Ed. AdhikarimayumRadhamanbi. Akansha Publishing House, Delhi, ISBN 978-81-8370-531-8, p 160-181. 
7. Singh. Ksh. Premchandra. (2018). “A. K. Sheramgi Sheirengda Lon amadi Identity: Diasporic Studies gee Mituengdagee”. Meira. Vol. 53, March 2018, Bangladesh Manipuri SahityaSansad, Shylhet, Bangladesh. 
8. Banik, Somdev. “Representation of the Predicament of Tea Garden Workers in Jaya Gowala’s short play ‘GhumBhanganiya Din’” In Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Science (JRHSS), Vol: 7 Issue:2. 2019.  ISSN: 2321-9467, p 38-40. 
9. Gupta, Ashes. ‘Ashamed of Speaking in the Mother tongue: Negligence and Death of Agartala Bangla.’ The Indian Journal of English Studies: An Annual Refereed Journal, Vol. LV, 2018. ISSN L-0537-1998. p. 376-389. Cosmos Impact Factor 5.210 
1. Gupta, Ashes. ‘Towards digitally archiving the Sharinda: A Case Study of the video-   documentary mode for showcasing multi-dimensional cultural traces.’ The Chitrolekha Journal on Art and Design (E-ISSN 2456-978X), Vol. 1, No. 2, 2017. 
2. Singh. Ksh. Premchandra. (2017) “SorokhaibamGambhinigeeSheirengdaNupi”. LoilamMatungee Manipuri Sheireng. Ed. ArambamOngbiMemchoubi. Asheilup, Imphal 
3. Banik, Somdev. “Stereotyping India’s North East: Examining “Paradise Unexplored” in Tourism Discourse” in Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies on Humanities,, Vol: 9, Issue:3. 2017. ISSN No: 0975-2935. p 210-216. 
4. Gupta, ParthaSarathi. “Translating Folktales of Tripura into English: Towards an ‘Emergent’ Modernity’” THE CRITERION: AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL IN ENGLISH, Vol 8, Issue II, April 2017, ISSN 2278-9529, p 1143-1149 
5. Das, Shyamal. “Changing Perspectives of Education in North-East India with Special Reference to Tripura. In Multilingual Education in India: The Case for English” (eds.) Mahendra K. Mishra & Anand Mahanand, Viva Books, New Delhi ISBN 9788130927633. 2017. 
6. Das, Shyamal. Language Change, Media and Standardization in Aligarh Journal of Linguistics, Dept. of Linguistics, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh.  (Refereed Journal), Vol.7, November 2, 2017-18, ISSN 2249-1511.   
7.Das, Shyamal. CONTRIBUTION to e-PG Pathshala INFLIBNET PROGRAMME Shyamal Das has contributed three modules through e-Content Creation of Courses in Linguistics (Advanced Phonology) under the e-PG Pathshala INFLIBNET Programme of the UGC-MHRD, Govt. of India. Name of the UGC Project is “Production of course e-content development for post graduate subjects (e-PG-Pathshala) in Linguistics”. Principal Investigator of the project is Prof. Pramod Pandey, Centre for Linguistics, SLL & CS, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi-110067. The modules can be accessed by typing by “Linguistics EPG Pathshala INFLIBNET” on Google. The page opens directly on Linguistics. They are: 
7a. Paper number & Title: 05; Advanced Phonology. Module id Lings_P5_M23. Module title: Essentials of OT
7b. Paper number & Title: 05; Advanced Phonology. Module id Lings_P5_M25. Module title: Syllables and Syllabification in OT
7c. Paper number & Title: 05; Advanced Phonology. Module id Lings_P5_M26. Module title: Phonological Processes and OT
1. Gupta, ParthaSarathi. (2016) “Imaging Women in Indian Advertisements: From Tagore to the Era of the Postmodern” in THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CULTURE, LITERATURE AND CRITICISM, Motilal Nehru NIT, Allahabad, Dept of Humanities and Social Sciences, Issue No 13/ April, ISSN 09761608, p 30-37. 
2. Gupta, ParthaSarathi. “English in the Drawing Room: A Study of GirishKarnad’s Wedding Album and Nissim Ezekiel’s Nalini: A Comedy”APPERCEPTION: JOURNAL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH, VISVA BHARATI, SANTINIKETAN, VOLUME 1X JULY 2016-2017, ISSN2321-1261, p 51-61 
3. Gorai, Chaitali. ‘The ‘Other’ Side of Indian Independence and Khushwant Singh’s Train to Pakistan’. Samay- Aagam Research Journal Volume 10, Issue 1 2016 ISSN-0976-4682, p 116-28 
4. Gorai, Chaitali.  ‘A Word for You, My Teacher’ in  RamaKundu, PulakeshGhosh and ChaitaliGorai, eds. The Traveller: Uncollected Works of Mohit K. Ray. New Delhi: Sarup Publications, 2016.. ISBN 978-93-5208-046-5P 857 , p 857 
5. Singh, Ksh. Premchandra. “Of Pilgrims and Savages in the Heart of Darkness”. Spectrum, Vol IV, Issue 1, 2016. ISSN 2319-6076 , p 37-44. 
6. Singh. Ksh. Premchandra. Tracing Lost Tunes of Manipur Proceedings of an International Seminar, Orality: The Quest for Meaning, Patridge Publishing, 2016. ISBN 978-14-82886-71-9
7. Banik, Somdev. ‘Re-narrating National History in Amitav Ghosh’s The Shadow Lines.’ In The Criterion: An International Journal in English, ( , Vol:7 Issue-3. 2016. ISSN No: 0976-8165. p 128-133. 
8. Gupta, Ashes. ‘Writing life’s little madnesses: Mamang Dai and the weaving of a magico-poetic gale.’ Interdisciplinary Journal of Literature and Language (IJLL), NN. Delhi: Authrorpress. 2017.Vol.4, No.1, July-Dec.2017. ISSN 2275 9170. p 25-48. 
1. Gorai, Chaitali. ‘Between Cultural Crossroads: Traditional Indians versus Aglicised Indians in Selected Short Stories of Khushwant Singh’. Samay- Aagam Research Journal Volume 9, Issue2 2015 ISSN-0976-4682, p. 99-116.  
2. Singh, Ksh. Premchandra. ‘Blood, Bullet, Bomb, and Voices in the The Sound of Khongji’. Spectrum, June, 2015, Vol. 3, Issue 1, , ISSN 2319-6076, p. 11-18.  
3. Singh, Ksh. Premchandra. ‘The Hanndmaid’s Tale: The Curse of Being ‘Fertile’. Spectrum, July- Vol. 3, Issue 2, Dec., 2015,. ISSN 2319-6076. p. 19-27. 
4. Banik, Somdev. ‘The Rise of the Dictator: Corrupting Influence of Power in Achebe’s Anthills of Savannah’, The International Journal of Culture, Literature and Criticism, Motilal Nehru NIT, Allahabad, Dept. of Humanities and Social Sciences, Issue No 13. April 2016, ISSN 09761608, p 61-71.  
5. Banik, Somdev. ‘The Origin of Theatre in the Princely State of Tripura’, BharatiyaPragna: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Indian Studies, Vol-1Issue-1 (, 2016. ISSN Number: 2456-1347, p 42-46.   
6. Banik, Somdev. ‘NgugiwaThiong’o’s Critique of Christianity in Petals of Blood’, IJHSSI, Vol:5 Issue:1, Jan, ISSN No: 2319-7722, p.12-15
7. Banik, Somdev. ‘NgugiwaThiong’o’s Notion of Historical Change in Petals of Blood’, IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science,, Vol:21 Issue:1, Jan 2016, ISSN No: 2279-0837(online) 2279-0845(print), p 72-74. 
8. Banik, Somdev. ‘Deconstructing the Hegemony of History: A Study of Postcolonial Resistance’, Indian Journal of Applied Research,,Vol:6 Issue:2. Feb 2016. ISSN No: 2249-555X, p703-705. 
9. Banik, Somdev. ‘Representation of Disabled Characters in Literature’, International Journal of English Language, Literature and Translation Studies,, Vol: 3 Issue-2, 2016. ISSN No: 2349-9451 (Online), 2395-2628 (Print). p198-201. 
10. Gupta, Ashes. ‘Laughter Mechanism: Refugee influx, erosion of cultural space, tension and subsequent negative stereotyping in popular Bengali cinema’, Humour: Effect in Literature, Stage and Screen, Kolkata: Script, March 2015, ISBN: 81-7864-189-5. p 16-22.   
11. Das, Shyamal. The Emerging Alphabet of Tripura Bangla: A Metrical Account The EDRC Journal of Learning and Teaching, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Vol. 1 No. 2. 2016. ISSN 2411-3972.  
12. Das, Shyamal. Call of the Unmarked, and Rise of Tone: A Case Study of Tripura Bangla Alphabet. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Invention (IJHSSI). Vol. 5 Issue 11 UGC approved, 2016. ISSN: 2319-7714/7722.   
13. Das, Shyamal. Interrogatives with wh-adverbs and determiners in Kokborok (KB) 
and English. Paripex- Indian Journal of Research (A Peer Reviewed and Refereed 
International Journal). Vol. 5 Issue: 9 UGC approved, 2016. ISSN: 2250-1991 
14. Das, Shyamal. Wh-Questions in English and Kokborok: A Generativist Analysis Paripex-Indian Journal of Research (A Peer Reviewed and Refereed International Journal) Vol. 5 Issue:9 UGC approved, 2016. ISSN: 2250-1991
15. Das, Shyamal. Interrogatives with wh-pronouns in Kokborok and English International Journal of Applied Research Vol. 2 Number 8 UGC approved, 2016. ISSN Online: 2394-5869 ISSN Print: 2394-7500. 
1. Banik, Somdev. (2017). MUYA: Shoots of Imagination. Niharika Publishers, Agartala, Tripura
1. Gorai, Chaitali. (2016).Kundu,Rama, PulakeshGhosh and Chaitali Gorai, eds. The Traveller: Uncollected Works of Mohit K. Ray. New Delhi: Sarup Publications, 2016 ISBN 978-93-5208-046-5.
2. Gupta, Ashes. (2017) The Mystic Mountain: An Anthology of Tripura Bangla Poetry in English. Agartala: Akshar Pub. ISBN 978-93-84079-50-5.
1. Banik, Somdev. (2016). AgiyeChalo- APlay in Translation, Tribal Research and Cultural Institute, Govt. of Tripura, Agartala, Tripura. 
2. Banik, Somdev. (2016). DebonaTitun- A Play in Translation, Tribal Research and Cultural Institute, Govt. of Tripura, Agartala, Tripura. 
3. Gupta, Ashes. (2017) The Fragrant Joom Revisited: An Anthology of Kokborok Poetry in English. Agartala: Akshar Pub, ISBN 81-89742-24-8. 
4. Das, Shyamal. (2016). Rhetoric and Prosody: Theories and Practices. Akansha Publishing House. New Delhi. (Editor)
5. Das, Shyamal. (2017). An Introduction to Literary Types (Tragedy, Comedy, Poetry & Prose). (Co-author). Akansha Publishing House. New Delhi.
1. Singh, Ksh. Premchandra. (2015) HijanHirao: Text, Context, and Translation .Sahitya Seva Samiti, ISBN 978-81-93067- 22-2. 
2. Gupta, Ashes ed. Phoenix: A textbook of Compulsory English for Foundation Course for BA/BSc/ BCom of TripuraUniversity (2015), Orient Blackswan, ISBN 977881 250 5753 6. (Text book for BA/BSc/B Com of Tripura University) 
3. Das, Shyamal. (2016). Kokborok Morphology and Phonology. Akansha Publishing House. New Delhi.
4. Das, Shyamal. (2016). Language and Linguistics: Phonetics, Morphology, Syntax – Theories and Practices. Akansha Publishing House. New Delhi. (Co-author)



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