FACULTY

GITAM INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Department - Faculty

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Dr Rositta Joseph Valiyamattam

Assistant Professor

Qualification:MA (Eng. Language & Lit. ), UGC-NET & JRF, PGDT, Ph.D.

Specialization: Indian English Literature

Phone No:08912718806

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1In Press: “Of Diaspora and Native Literatures: Reading Benyamin’s Goat Days” .(Anthology on Literature of the Indian Diaspora / South Asian Diaspora edited by Prof. Ajay K. Chaubey, Dept. Of Science and Humanities, NIT, Uttarakhand)SELECT
2“The Gandhian Method of Conflict Resolution and its Implications in Post-Modern India – A Study of Vikas Swarup’s novel Six Suspects”, in the anthology Conflict Resolution, Peace and Gandhi, Ed. By Prof. A.B.S.V. Ranga Rao and Prof. M. Lakshmipathi Raju, Gandhian Studies Centre, Andhra University and Radha Publications, New Delhi, 2013, pp. 110 -121.SELECT
3“David Davidar’s The Solitude of Emperors: The Politics of Religion and the Religion of Politics in the Post-Colonial Nation-State” in the anthology The Indian English Novel Today, Ed. by Prof. Prabhat K. Singh,New Delhi: Authorspress, 2013, pp.184-197. SELECT
4In Press: “Benyamin’s Goat Days: Translating the Broken Soul of India’s Diaspora”, (Online Journal – Translating World Literatures into English, Maris Stella College, Vijayawada, Jan 2017).(Online Journal – Translating World Literatures into English, Maris Stella College, Vijayawada, Jan 2017).Jan 20172017
5In Press: “Of Diaspora and Native Literatures: Reading Benyamin’s Goat Days” (Mapping South Asian Diaspora: An Anthology of 21st Century Criticism, edited by Prof. Ajay K. Chaubey, NIT, Uttarakhand, Rawat Publications,Jaipur, Jan 2017).(Mapping South Asian Diaspora: An Anthology of 21st Century Criticism, edited by Prof. Ajay K. Chaubey, NIT, Uttarakhand, Rawat Publications,Jaipur, Jan 20172017
6In Press: “Of Diaspora and Native Literatures: Reading Benyamin’s Goat Days” Mapping South Asian Diaspora: An Anthology of 21st Century Criticism, edited by Prof. Ajay K. Chaubey, NIT, Uttarakhand, (Rawat Publications,Jaipur, 2015). 2016
7"Book Review - Dr. Binod's Gandhian Impact on our Literature" GITAM JOURNAL OF GANDHIAN STUDIES - AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNALDEC 2016 FORTHCOMING2016
8“V.V.Shirwadkar’s In Search of Shakespeare: Indianising the Bard”, (The Quest -A Peer-Reviewed International Literary Journal, Volume 30, No. 2, Dec 2016 issue, pp. 107 - 120). ISSN:0971-2321(The Quest -A Peer-Reviewed International Literary JournalVolume 30, No. 2, Dec 2016 issue, pp. 107 - 120)2016
9“Book Review –The Essence of Gandhian Philosophy – Its Impact on our Literature by Dr. Binod, Kalpaz, New Delhi, 2015” (GITAM Journal of Gandhian Studies, An International, Peer-Reviewed, Bi-annual, Multidisciplinary Journal of GITAM Institute of Gandhian Studies, GITAM University, Jan –June 2016 issue). ISSN: 2249-2240Jan –June 2016 issue2016
10“Joseph Conrad’s An Outpost of Progress: Dismantling the Colonial Discourse from Within”, , June 2015, pp. 66-79). New Literary Horizons – A Peer Reviewed International Biannual Refereed Journal of Critical and Creative Writing in EnglishVol. 4. No. 1,2015
11“Immortalising the Indian Heartland: Ravi Nandan Sinha’s English Translation of Classic Hindi Short Stories”, Muse India- The Literary E-Journal, Issue 63,2015
12“Vikas Swarup’s Accidental Apprentice: From Bollywood and Breaking News to Feminist-Humanist National Narrative”, The Quest -A Peer-Reviewed International Literary JournalVolume 29, No. 2,2015
13“Book Review – Gandhian Nonviolent Struggle and Untouchability in South India: The 1924-25 Vykom Satyagraha and the Mechanisms of Change by Mary Elizabeth King, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2015” GITAM Journal of Gandhian Studies, An International, Peer-Reviewed, Bi-annual, Multidisciplinary Journal of GITAM Institute of Gandhian Studies, GITAM University,Vol 4, No. 2,2015
14“Book Review – India’s Place in the World by Krishna Chilukuri, Leadstart Publishing Pvt Ltd, 2011” Journal of Indian Psychology, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam,Vol. 29, No. 1&2,2015
15"Confrontations with Neo-Colonialism in Indian English Novels of the 90s: Gurcharan Das, Rohinton Mistry and Arundhati Roy" in the anthology Postcolonial Approaches to Literature: Text, Context, Theory edited by Subashish Bhattacharjee, Saikat Guha and Mandika Sinha, North Bengal University, AuthorsPress, New Delhi, 2015,2015
16International – 1. In Press: “Woman As Historian: Personal and National Destinies in Temsula Ao’s These Hills Called Home”, (The Quest -A Peer-Reviewed International Literary Journal,Jan 2015 issue)2015
17International – 1. “Arun Joshi’s The City and The River: Harnessing the River Motif for Universal Redemption”, (Research Scholar: An International Refereed e-Journal of Literary Explorations,Vol.2, Issue IV,pp.304-3082014
18International – "Jerry Pinto’s Cobalt Blue – Translating Native Indian Literatures into English” August 2014 (Research Scholar: An International Refereed e-Journal of Literary Explorations,Vol. 2, Issue III,pp.710-7112014
19International – “Translating Indian Literatures into English: Theory and Praxis” The Quest -A Peer-Reviewed International Literary Journal,Vol. 28, No.1, pp.10-322014
20International – “Arun Joshi’s The City and The River – Harnessing Spirituality for National Redemption” The Quest -A Peer-Reviewed International Literary Journal,Vol.27, No.2,pp.109-1152013
21International – “David Davidar’s The Solitude of Emperors: The Politics of Religion and the Religion of Politics in the Post-Colonial Nation-State” Anthology The Indian English Novel of the New Millennium, Ed. by Prof. Prabhat K. SinghNewcastle upon Tyne, U.K.: Cambridge Scholars Publishing,, pp. 134-1432013
22International – “A Nation Needs A Moral Core: Interview with Gurcharan Das” The Quest -A Peer-Reviewed International Literary JournalVol.27.No.1, pp.10-172013
23International – “Diaspora and Feminism in Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s Arranged Marriage”, (LITERARIA: An International Journal of New Literature Across the World - Special Issue on Indian Diaspora,Vol. 3, No. 1,Jan-Jun 2013, pp. 24-402013
24“Woman and the Nation: A Study of Meher Pestonji’s Pervez” The Literary Criterion – A Dhvanyaloka Mysore Publication,Apr. 2013, pp.25-382013
25“The Non-fiction of Gurcharan Das: Narrating the Nation in Post-colonial Times” (Indian English Prose and Poetry: New Perspectives – Proceedings of UGC Sponsored National Seminar, 6th and 7th Dec.2012, Dept. Of English, Midnapore College, West Bengal, Publ. by Amritalok Sahitya Parishad,Mar.2013, pp.138-1492013
26“Will He Come?” – poetry (Indian Currents-National Weekly,Vol. XXV, Issue No.52, 23-29 Dec.2013, p.442013
27“ Lowering Standards of Higher Education in India” Indian Currents-National Weekly,Vol. XXV, Issue No.39,23-29 Sept.2013,pp.26-302013
28“Preserving Indian Multiculturalism: A Comparative Study of Meher Pestonji’s Pervez and David Davidar’s The Solitude of Emperors” . (Proceedings of the National Conference on Multiplicity in South Asian Literatures, 31 Aug. 2012, Department of Studies and Research in English and Centre for Education and Research, Tumkur University, pp.87-93)2012
29“Vikas Swarup’s Q&A: Using Cinema and Television to Chronicle Contemporary Indian Society” The Journal of Indian Writing in English,Vol.40, No.2,pp.50-522012
30International – “Manjula Padmanabhan’s Escape”(Muse India- The Literary E-Journal,Issue 46,Nov-Dec 20122012
31International - “Meher Pestonji’s Pervez: The Subaltern Speaks in Post-Colonial Times” . (Muse India- The Literary E-Journal, Issue 42,Mar-Apr 20122012
32International: “The Family and The Nation: Critiquing Gurcharan Das’ A Fine Family” (The Quest -A Peer-Reviewed International Literary Journal, Silver Jubilee Issue, Vol.25.No.2.,pp.94-1022011
33“Aravind Adiga’s Between the Assassinations-Narrating the Nation in Post-colonial Times” (Muse India- The Literary E-Journal,Issue 35,6th Anniversary Issue,Jan-Feb,2011,pp.226-2292011
34Write-up on famous Indian English poet Jayanta Mahapatra The Critical Endeavour,Vol.17, Jan. 2011, pp.307-3102011
35“Citizens Versus Intolerant State” ). (Indian Currents-National Weekly,Vol. XXIII, Issue No.38,12-18 Sept.2011,pp.32-342011
36“Empowered Women” (Indian Currents-National Weekly,Vol. XXIII, No.11, 07-13 Mar. 2011, pp.17-192011
37“For the Old-Fashioned” Indian Currents-National Weekly,Vol. XXII, No.23, 31 May- 06 June 2010,pp.39-41.2010
38“Why Teachers Quit Schools” Indian Currents-National Weekly,Vol. XXII, No.12, 15-21 Mar.2010,pp.21-222010
39“Heaven for the Haves, Hell for the Have-nots” (Indian Currents-National Weekly,Vol. XXII, No.5, 25-31 Jan. 2010, pp.9-10. 2010
40“Ruchika and Sacred Heart” Indian Currents-National WeeklyVol. XXII, No.3, 11-17 Jan.2010,pp.9-102010
41“An Evening in Cuttack with Jayanta Mahapatra” (Indian Currents-National Weekly,Vol.XXII,No.37, 6-12 Sept.2010,pp.43-462010

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