Faculty Details

LISSY KACHAPPILLY

Assistant Professor
Department : English Qualification : MA. English, M.Phil Mobile : +919446144405 Date of Birth : 01/06/1969 Date of Joining : 26/11/1996

Education

Sl. No Course Institution Period Rank or Grade
1 MA. English Calicut University 1991 First Class
2 B.Ed M.G. University 1992 First Class
3 M. Phil Kerala University 1993 B Grade

Area of Specialization / Research Interests

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION / RESEARCH INTERESTS
Ecocriticism, Phonetics and Comparative Literature
  • Registered for Ph. D at the Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam.
  • Completed Pre Ph.D Course work in June 2015

 

Publications

Research Publication

Sl.No Sl.No Publication Year
1

International

“ Narrativising the Subaltern: A Reading of Bama’s works”. Proceedings of the UGC    Sponsored International Seminar Changing Worlds; Reviewing and Reinventing Literature and Culture at Catholicate College, Pathanamthitta.

 

January 2012
2 “ River as a metaphor and reality: An Ecocritical Reading of Siddhartha and A River Sutra”. Peer Reviewed International Journal of English Language and Literature.Vol.2.issue 5. ISSN: 2347-2642 March 2014
3 “Trace of Destiny: Loosing of Balance in A Fine Balance.”International Refereed e-Journal of Literary Explorations .Vol.2

Issue III. ISSN – 2320 – 6701.

September

2014

4 “Social Exploitation and Ecological Degradation: Convergence of Environmental History and Ecological catastrophe in Mistry’s A Fine Balance.” Peer Reviewed International Research Journal of English Language and Literature. Vol.3.2.2015. ISSN: 2395-2636. March

2015

5 Clouded Future : Infringement of Human Rights in A Fine

Balance and Chhattisgarh Sterilisation Tragedy. International Journal of English Research.Vol.2. Issue2.

ISSN: 2455-2186. Impact Factor 5.32

April 2016
6 “The Precariousness of Existence: Muffled Voices Amidst Atrocious Forces in Rohinton Mistry’s A Fine Balance. International Journal of English Language, Literature And Translation Studies (IJELR) A Quarterly, Indexed, Referred And Peer Reviewed International Jornal. Vol. 3. Issue.4.,2016 (Oct.-Dec. ) ISSN 2395-2628 Impact Factor 4.36 October 2016
7

National

Ecopoetics of Conservation: Humanism and Environmentalism in The Hungry Tide. Proceedings of the UGC Sponsored National Seminar – The Pleasure Principles: Theorizing Popular Texts held at Bharata Mata College Thrikkakara..

 December 2013
8 “Threatening Ecosystems to Threatened Ecosystems: Voices and Presences in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide”. Bharata Mata Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies . Vol.I.Issue II.ISSN.2348-3571. July 2014

Details of Workshops/ Conferences/ Seminars/ Symposia Attended/ Papers Presented / Talks Given

Sl.
No
Title of the seminar/
conference etc.
Invited /
Contributed
/Partic-ipation
Venue/
Agency
Dates Inter-national/ National/
Regional
Title of the Paper
1 Indo-Nostalgic writing in English participation NSS College, Cherthala 30th and 31st July, 2009. National
2 Methodology of Humanities organized by the, on. participation Board of studies in English, MG Uty, Kottayam. 17th&18th Aug. 2009 Regional
3 “ English for better Employment’’ in connection with the launch of Cambridge One participation Hotel Taj Gateway Oct.08, 2010 Oct.08, 2010
4 Critical Thinking: Tools and Steps for Instruction participation Sacred Heart College 14 Nov. 2011. International workshop
5 Green Perceptions: Ecology and Texts organized by on 15 and participation St. Paul’s College kalamassery 16 September 2011. National
6 Training programme for Master Trainers conducted in connection with the Socio- Economic and Caste Census participation Ashir Bhavan , Kacherippady 21 and 22 Nov. 2011 National
7 Changing Worlds: Reviewing and Reinventing Literature and Culture Contributed Catholicate College Pathanamthitta 23 and24 January 2012 International Narrativising the Subaltern: A Reading of Bama’s works.
8 Workshop
on Theatre
participation BMC, Thrikkakara 30th &31st Jan,2012. Inter collegiate National
9 Beyond Footlights: Theatre and Texts participation BMC, Thrikkakara March 7, 2012. National
10 Literature and Environment UGC, Sree Sankaracharya Uty. of Sanskrit, Kalady 25.3.2012 to 27.3.2012 25.3.2012 to 27.3.2012
11 Biopower and Biopolitics : The Problematization of the Individual in society participation S. H. College, Thevara 26.4.2012 to 27.4.2012. National
12 Workshop on Research Methodology and Literary Practices in Academic Writing participation St. Tresas College, Ekm 20.10.2012 National
13 Towards Ecological Perspectives on Water Contributed Central University Tiruvarur, Tamilnadu 26.10.2012 to 27.10.2012. National River as a metaphor and reality: An Ecocritical Reading of Siddhartha and A River Sutra.
14 workshop on Reader Response Theory participation S.H.College , Thevara 29.11.2012 International Workshop
15 Representations of power and Terror participation UGC, S.H.College , Thevara 28th &29th Nov. 2013 National
16 The Pleasure Principles: Theorizing Popular Texts held at Contributed UGC, Bharata Mata College, Thrikkakara 5th & 6th December 2013 National Ecopoetics of Conservation: Humanism and Environmentalism in The Hungry Tide.
17 Narrating Women and Women’s Narratives participation Sri C. Achutha Menon Govt. College, Kuttanellur 19th Feb.2014 National
18 Reading Media Texts: Representation and Meaning participation St. Paul’s College kalamassery 26th &27th June2014 National
19 Book to Box office; The Journey of Storytelling participation BMC, Thrikkakara 25th July

2014

International
20 Life and Literaturein the Post 9/11 World participation UGC,

St. Tresas College, Ekm

23rd Sep.2014 National
21 Media and Culture: Creations and Transcreations participation UGC,

St.Xavier’s College for Women, Aluva

 24th &25th Sep.2014  National
22 Subaltern Chronotopes: Issues and Strategies Contributed UGC,

Newman College, Thodupuzha

20&21 Octobetr 2014 National The Precariousness of Existence: Muffled Voices Amidst Atrocious Forces in Rohinton Mistry’s A Fine Balance
23 Discourse of Human Rights in Dalit Life Narratives Contributed UGC, St.Thomas College, Kozhenchery 3 December 2014 National Clouded Future : Infringement of Human Rights in  A Fine

Balance and Chhattisgarh Sterilisation Tragedy.

24 tiNai Ecofilm Fesival participation Carmel College, Mala 6th& 7th March2015 National
25 workshop on Research Methodology Contributed U.C. College, Aluva 25.5.2015 to 27.05.2015 National Social Exploitation and Ecological Degradation: Convergence of Environmental History and Ecological catastrophe in Mistry’s A Fine Balance.
26 Changing genres in Trending Cultures a  participation  Bharata Mata College, Thrikkakara  14th Jan.2016  Regional

 

International /National/ State – Level Workshops /Conference Organized

Sl.No Title of the seminar/ conference etc. Funding Agency Venue/Agency Dates International/ National/ Regional
1 (Re)- reading Classics in Children’s Literature UGC Bmc, Thrikkakara 19th &20th Nov. 2010 International
2 Inter-Collegiate Workshop on Media Writing SELF Bmc, Thrikkakara 15th &16th July2010 Regional
3 Inter-Collegiate Theatre Workshop SATTVA SELF Bmc, Thrikkakara 30TH &31ST Jan. 2012. Regional
4 Beyond Footlights: Theatre and Texts MG Uty Bmc, Thrikkakara 7th March 2012 Regional
5 The Pleasure Principles: Theorizing Popular Texts UGC Bmc, Thrikkakara 5th &6th December 2013 National
 6  Book to Box office:The Journey of Storytelling  MG Uty  Bmc, Thrikkakara  25th July International
7 Changing genres in Trending Cultures Fwd Magazine Bmc, Thrikkakara Jan. 2016 National

 

Positions held or holding if any

Sl.No Position Year
1 Trainer for the socio-economic caste census of Govt. of Kerala 2011
2 Padheyam Co-ordinator 2010-2016
3 Internal Examination Co-ordinator 2016-17
 4  Arts club Advisor 2016-17
5 Chief examiner for various exams of the MG University and Autonomous colleges 2015-17

 

Research Projects

Minor Projects

Sl.No Title of the Project Funding Agency Amount Period Co-investigators
1 Environmental History and Ecological Imaginationin India: A Literary Perspective UGC 50,000/- 2years nil

Courses attended for Professional Developments

Sl.No Name of the Course Organizing institute Period
1 Orientation Academic Staff College, Thiruvananthapuram 12.02.2003- 12.03.2003
2 Refresher Academic Staff College, Thiruvananthapuram 24.01.2011-14.02.2011
 3 Refresher Academic Staff College, Thiruvananthapuram 28.09.2012-19.10.2012
 4 Refresher Academic Staff College, Thiruvananthapuram 5.11.2013-25.11.2013

 

 

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