Conferences/Workshops

  • International Science Congress Association on International Science Congress (Topic Name: Questioning the fetish-‘ism:’ De-‘ism’ization of Theory from the Western Pages to the Practical World). Central Department of Chemistry. Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal (8-11 December 2015).
  • American Drama and Theatre: Genre, Mediality and Ethics at University of Augsburg, Germany (Topic Name: “Get the Guests”: Postmodern Gaming as Trauma and Tragedy in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf) (1-3  July 2017).
  • Third Bremen Conference on Language and Literature in Colonial and Postcolonial Contexts at University of Bremen, Germany (Topic Name: De-linking Epistemology: Unlearning to Re-learn) (13-16 March 2016).
  • Bodies at Work: Performance Labor and ATHE@30 Conference organized by Association of Theatre and Higher Education (ATHE) at Paris Hilton Hotel, Illinois, Chicago (Topic Name: From Stage to the Streets: ‘Nukkad’ Theatre in India) (11-14 November 2016).
  • Nationalism and Postcolonial Conference organized by GAPS at Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz (Topic Name: Reverse Racism, Museumification and (Post)colonial Nationalism in Contemporary India: A Case Study on the Anglo-Indian Community of Bow Barracks, Calcutta) (10-12 May 2018).
  • 13th Humanities and Social Sciences Conference organized by Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), Pakistan (Topic Name: Decoding the ‘Kala Angrez’ Myth: Racialization of the Anglo-Indian Community of Bow Barracks, Calcutta) (10-11 April 2019).
  • 5th Annual Joint Faculty Research Meet (AJFRM) organized by Research and Industrial Linkages, Sherubtse College, Bhutan (Topic Name: Western Science v/s Humanitarian Science: Decolonization and Indigenization) (5-7 September 2019).
  • Interdisciplinary Revisited: Workshop and Symposium organized by Humboldt University, Berlin (Topic Name: Performing Pedagogy: Decolonizing the Curriculum from Texts to Contexts in the Indian Academia) (2-4 October 2019).
  • International Conference on Literature, Language and Communication: ‘An Essential Trident’ (Topic Name: Communication through the Language of ‘Silence’ in Mahesh Elkunchwar’sYugant Trilogy), Department of English, Amity University (Lucknow Campus) in collaboration with Shakespeare Society of Eastern India, Kolkata, 2013.
  • International Seminar on Reading/Understanding Fiction in Contemporary Times (Topic Name: Eco-criticism and traditionalism in Jim Corbett’s My India and Jungle Lore), Department of English, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, 2014.
  • National Seminar on Theory and its Pedagogical Implications (Topic Name: Re-contextualizing Mikhail Bakhtin’s Problems of Dostoevsky’s Poetics through classroom teaching: re-presentation of monological/dialogical conflicts in student-teacher communication), Department of English, IIS University (Jaipur) in collaboration with Forum on Contemporary Theory, Baroda, 2015.
  • Second International Conference on Anglo-Indian Studies on Researching the Anglo-Indians in India and the Diaspora. Organized by Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Madras in collaboration with AngloInk Chennai & NZIRI New Zealand (Topic: From Written Texts to Oral Contexts: A Documentary Research on the Anglo-Indians of Bow Barracks), 2018.
  • XIII Theory/Praxis Course of the Forum on Contemporary Theory, Baroda held at the English and Foreign Languages University, Shillong Campus during June 16-July 12, 2015 (Chaired by Dr. Walter Mignolo from Duke University and Dr. Simon Gikandi from Princeton University).
  • XIV Theory/Praxis Course of the Forum on Contemporary Theory, Baroda held at the Central University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad during 5th June-2nd July, 2016 (Chaired by Dr. Akeel Bilgrami from Columbia University and Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht from Stanford University).
  • Decoloniality, Being and Knowledge School, College of Human Sciences, University of South Africa, Muckleneuk Ridge Campus during 9-20 January 2017.
  • Decoloniality, Being and Knowledge School, College of Human Sciences, University of South Africa, Mucklenuek Ridge Campus during 13-17 January 2020.

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