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Accomplishments - Session 2012-15 Department of English, B.N.P.G.College (MLSU), Udaipur

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BHUPAL NOBLES’ POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE, UDAIPUR, (RAJ.)             DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH - SESSION 2014-2015             STRENGTHS (DR.JAYSHREE SINGH) 


❧RESEARCH SUPERVISOR FOR MLSU, UDAIPUR ❧M.A  ENGLISH : TOTAL 15 + 3 STUDENTS (Both boys and girls) ❧B.A. I, II & III YR. ENGLISH LITERATURE  : 65 ❧Total Publ.: 35 (Online & Print)Books : 04 (Online & PrintNational/Regional Conferences: 50International Conferences: 15Workshops: 10Post- Doctoral Fellowship: 01Research Scholars: 06Visits Abroad for Presentations: 07Professional Memberships : 08 ❧Awards: 03 (Latest Award and Certificate by Global Achievers Foundation & Indian Solidarity Council – “International Gold Star Millennium Award” at International A…

SALA 2015

Borders, Boundaries, and Margins
The 15th Annual South Asian Literary Association Conference
6 -7 JANUARY 2015
Listel Hotel, 1300 Robson St. Vancouver, Canada
Conference Schedule
MONDAY, 5 JANUARY
5:00-7:00pm MEETING: Executive Committee
Sculpture Gallery
DAY 1: TUESDAY, 6 JANUARY
8: 00 a.m. onward REGISTRATION
Lobby
9:00-9:30 a.m. CONFERENCE WELCOME: Moumin Quazi, SALA President
Impressionist Gallery OPENING: Prabhjot Parmar & Sharanpal Ruprai, Conference Co-Chairs
9:45-11:00 a.m. SESSION 1 (PANELS 1A, IB, & 1C)


Panel 1A AMITAV GHOSH: SEAS, RIVERS, GIRMITIYAS
Sculpture Gallery W Panel Chair: John Hawley, Santa Clara University
1. Seas and Rivers as Borders/Boundaries: Shaping Identities of the South
Asian Indians
Jayshree Singh, Bhopal Noble Post Graduate College
2. Can the Sublime Be Postcolonial: Aesthetics, Politics and Ethics in
Amitav Ghosh's The Hungry Tide
Jana M. Giles, University of Louisiana
3. “Words Do Not Stop at Borders”: The Chrestomathy and Global
Literature in…