Faculty Details

Sneha S

Sneha S

Guest Faculty
Department : English Qualification : M.A. English Mobile : 9645318396 Email : snehas6785@gmail.com Date of Birth : 27-04-1989 Date of Joining : 15-06-2014

Education

Sl. No Course Institution Period Rank or Grade
1. M.A. English Stella Maris College, Chennai 2010-12 First Class with Distinction
2 Ph.D Registered University of Madras 2015- ongoing

Area of Specialization / Research Interests

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION / RESEARCH INTERESTS
Culinary Writing, Children’s Writing, Fantasy & Myth, Travel Writing, Contemporary Fiction, Poetry .

Publications

Research Publication
Sl.No Publication Publication Year
1.  

“And a Glocalized Malayalee Emerges: Analysing Yathra ”- National Seminar Proceedings, Christian College, Chengannur – Re-Inventing and Recasting the Praxis of Globalisation ISBN 978-81-928481-1-2

Dec 2014
2. “In Search of the Modern Indian Woman Literary Artist” – National Seminar Proceedings – Celebrating Gynergy ASAS, Kochi ISBN13# 978-81-924422-6-6 Mar 2015
3. “Post-modern Recasting of Loki: Trickster God” – National Seminar Proceedings, St George’s College, Aruvithura Tappings from Outside: The Supernatural in Literature and Films ISBN 978-93-85105-32-6 Aug 2015
4. “Feast of Words: Gendered Space in Bulbul Sharma’s Eating Women,Telling Tales” – The Investigator , Intl Refereed Journal of Multidisciplinary Explorations , ACSR Mar 2016

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. Technologies of Self: Writing Lives, Making History – National Seminar Participated All Saints’ College, Trivandrum 9-10 October UGC Sponsored National Seminar
2. Book to Box office : The Journey of Storytelling Paper Presented Bharata Mata College, Thrikkakara 25 July 2014 One Day International Seminar Transcending Traditional Screen Adaptations – Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park
3. Subaltern Chronotopes: Issues and Strategies Paper Presented Newman College, Thodupuzha 20-21 Oct 2014 National Seminar Herge’s Tintin – A Chronicle of the 20th century Subaltern
4. Travel Narratives:Exploring New Frontiers Paper Presented Maharaja’s College, Ernakulam Dec 2014 National Seminar Exploring the Feminine Mystique: Reading of Frances Mayes’ A Year in the World.
5. Re-inventing and Recasting the Praxis of Globalisation Paper Presented and Published Christian College, Chengannur Dec 2014 National Seminar And A Glocalized Malayalee Emerges
6. Dessin Humoristique: Cartoons beyond the column Paper Presented – Published in Seminar Proceedings St. Aloysius College, Edathua Jan 2015 National Seminar Extinction of Boredom – Imagination and its aftereffects in Bill Waterson’s Calvin and Hobbes
7. Changing Genres in Trending Cultures Participated Bharata Mata College, Thrikkakara Jan 2016 Regional Seminar –        
8. In Between: Critical Humanities in Context Participated ASAS Kochi October 2016 International Seminar –        
9. The Culture of Food : Literature and Society Paper Presented MES College, Goa Feb 2016 International Seminar Protean Visions: Reading Food in Salt N’ Pepper
10. Food and Culture Paper Presented and Published Association for Cultural and Scientific Research, Thrissur Jan 2016 National Seminar Feast of Words: Gendered Space in Bulbul Sharma’s Eating Women, Telling Tales

 

Courses attended for Professional Developments

Sl.No Name of the Course Organizing institute Period
1. Two Day Research Oriented Seminar : Perspectives ASAS, Kochi Oct 2014
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