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Ms Nisa Teresa John
Dept. of English
Designation Assistant Professor
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Area of specialisation Literary History and Theory
Date of joining the college 01 December 2020
Academic qualification
  • MA English, MG University
Work Experience
  • 3 years of service at BK College, Amalagiri                      
Current or previous Positions/Responsibilities (outside the college)
  • Faculty Development Programme: One Week Online Faculty Development Programme on Research Ethics and Plagiarism organised under the UGC  Scheme for Trans-disciplinary Research for India’s Developing Economy  (STRIDE), MG University, from 26th to 20th December 2020.
  • Refresher Course: Two weeks Faculty Development Programme on Media and Art in Teaching and Learning from 12-25th January 2021, under PMMMNMTT Scheme of MHRD, Govt of India, hosted by  Bishop Moore College Mavelikakra.
Paper presentation in Seminars
  • “The Droid English: A Study of the Development of English via Computer Mediated Communications” in the UGC Sponsored National Seminar on 21st Century English Classroom: Perspectives and Challenges at Bishop Moore college, Mavelikkara.
  • “Jazz Cultura: Beat Generation in Malayalam Movies” in the UGC Sponsored National Symposium, Transit’17, on Nature, Culture and Media at KE College, Mannanam.
  • “Harem Literatures: Construction and Representation of Identity” in the National Seminar on Writing Lives: Identity, Textuality and Representation organized by T.M Jacob Memorial Government College, Manimalakkunnu, sponsored by The Directorate of Collegiate Education, Government of Kerala.
  • “Why would a girl see blood and collapse? … Girls see more blood than boys!” : The Oshoian Man-Woman Dialectics in Game of Thrones” in the National Seminar, Libertas, on Contesting the Politics of Gender  at St. Mary’s College, Manarcaud, in collaboration with the School of Gandhian Thought and Development Studies, MG University.
  • “Filmi Historiographies: Problems and Effects of Bollywood’s Reinterpretation of History” in the International Seminar, titled Words, Visuals and Beyond: Mediatization of Narrative Spaces, organized at Bharat Matha College, Thrikkakkara, sponsored by UGC.
  • “The Resisting Reader and the Willing Suspension of Passion: A Poststructuralist Study on the Dynamics of Readership In The 21st Century” in the International Seminar organized at St.Thomas College, Thrissur, in association with CPRACSIS.
  • “Disputing the Post-Truth: Attempts in Defying the Cultural Post-Truth Tendencies by Stand-Up Comedies” in the National Seminar on Post-Truth and Literature: New Perspectives on Postmodern Reading organized by the Department of English, Govt. college, Nattakam.
Publications
  • “Complementing History: Saadat Hassan Manto’s Short Stories as a Literary Buttressing to a Socio-Historical Trauma” in Pursuits (ISSN 0974-7400), the UGC approved, peer reviewed National Journal released by Mercy College, Palakkad.      
  • “The Droid English: A Study of the Development of English via Computer Mediated Communications” in the UGC approved, peer-reviewed National Journal released by Bishop Moore College, Mavelikkara. (ISBN 978-81923313-7-9).
  • “The Madness of Partition: Historic Trauma and Hysteric Populace in the Select Partition Stories of Saadat Hassan Manto” in the International Journal, the Literary Voyage (ISSN - 2348 - 5272).
  • “Voicing the Subaltern and Discovering the Self as Autonomy: a reading of K R Meera’s Hangwoman” in Literaria, UGC approved, peer-reviewed International Journal of New Literature across the World (ISSN 2229-4600).
  • “Jazz-Cultura: Beating the Cultural and Linguistic Status-Quo through Malayalam Movies” in the UGC approved, peer-reviewed National journal released by KE College, Mannanam.
  • “Why would a girl see blood and collapse? … Girls see more blood than boys!”: The Oshoian Man-Woman Dialectics in Game of Thrones” in the UGC approved, peer reviewed International journal, Researcher’s World. (ISSN 2231-4172).
  • “Death of the Reader: A Poststructuralist Study on the Dynamics of Readership In The 21st Century” in the UGC approved peer reviewed, International journalIndian Journal of Applied Linguistics.
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Dr Theresa Thomas
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Dr Minu Mary Mathew
Dr Minu Mary Mathew
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Ms Rosmi Lukose
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Ms Lizmol Joseph
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 Ms. Joyce Joseph
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