Anish Bhattacharyya (PhD)
Present Position: Assistant Professor
Department of English, School of Liberal Arts and Culture Studies
- Ph.D, Visva Bharati University
- MA in English Literature, English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad
- BA in English, Scottish Church College, University of Calcutta
Research Key Areas:
- Critical and Literary Theory
- Popular Literature and Culture
- Research Scholar Visva Bharati University, 2014-2021.
- Translated select political writings of Tagore under the guidance of Department of English and Other Modern European Languages, Visva Bharati.
Research Publication (s):
- Number of research papers published in International and national refereed journals: 7
- Number of research papers published in International peer-reviewed Scopus Proceedings: 1
- Number of invited Book-Chapters: 1
Selected Publication (s):
- “Construction of ‘Limbo’ as Resistance: A Reading of Haruki Murakami’s Kafka on the Shore”, Journal of Science Fiction, Washington DC, hosted by the University of Maryland Libraries, Vol. 5, Issue 2, ISSN 2472-0837, May 2022.
- “A Portrait of the Artist underneath the Mask: A Study of Satyajit Ray’s Nayak”, Drishti: the Sight Journal, UGC CARE listed, Vol. XI, Issue – I, ISSN 2319-8281, May 2022 – October 2022.
- “Making New the Language of Love: A Comparative Study of Select works of T. S. Eliot and Haruki Murakami”, DUJES Journal, Vol. 30, ISSN 2581-7833, March 2022.
- “Frankenstein and Ackroyd: a Study of the Text as the Monster”, Rupkatha Journal, Scopus Indexed, ISSN 0975-2935, 2018.
- “The Scientific Grand Narrative in Select Contemporary American Science Fictions: A Utopian Dystopia”, Lapis Lazuli Journal, ISSN 2249-4529 SPRING 2019.
- “Facebook: The Mirror Projecting the Imagined Self, the Desire for Social Acceptance and the Site of Simulation.” Journal of the Department of English, University of Calcutta, ISSN 2249 4537, 2014-15.
- “Fashion and Roland Barthes: A Study of the Hat Motif in James Joyce’s Ulysses.” New Academia Journal, E-ISSN 2347-2073, Vol VI Issue III July 2017.
- “Rabindranath Tagore’s Treatment of Women and Death in Select Short Stories.” Muse India Journal, ISSN: 0975-1815, Issue 75 Sept – Oct 2017.
- “Journey from Dystopia to Egalitarianism: A Study of Veronica Roth’s Divergent Trilogy through the Postmodern Lens”, Reflection of the Growing Mind: Young Adult Literature and Culture, 2017, Avnel Press.
Research Advisor / Supervisor:
- Post Graduate Thesis Advisor: 30 (Awarded)
Award/ Academic Recognition/ Major Professional Activity:
- Reviewed a research paper for the LLIDS Journal (Eissn – 2457-0044)