Dr. Abha Singh

Title prefix: 
Dr.
First name: 
Abha
Family name: 
Singh
Country: 
India
Institution: 
University of Delhi
Department: 
Department of English
Title: 
Associate professor
Short description: 

DATE OF BIRTH: 10TH MAY 1958

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATON: M.A. (ENGLISH), PH.D

PLACE OF WORKING: DEPTT. OF ENGLISH, DYAL SINGH (E) COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF DELHI

EXPERIENCE: ALSO WORKED AS A PERMANENT LECTURER IN ENGLISH FROM NOV’1982 TO DEC’1994(FOR 12 YEARS) AT M.J.M.M. COLLEGE, KATIHAR (BIHAR), A CONSTITUENT UNIT OF L.N.M. UNIVERSITY. AT PRESENT TEACHING AS A PERMANENT ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH AT DYAL SINGH (E) COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF DELHI

 

MEMBERSHIP OF ACADEMIC/PROFFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:-

1.LIFE MEMBER OF IIAS HYDERABAD,A.P.
2.LIFE MEMBER OF
SHAKESPEARE SOCIETY OF INDIA
3.LIFE MEMBER OF
SAHITYA ACADEMY,NEW DELHI
4.LIFE MEMBER OF
INDIAN ASSOCIATION OF CANADIAN STUDIES
5.ASSOCIATE MEMBER OF
INTERNATIONAL SHAKESPEARE ASSOCIATION, STRATFORD AVON, LONDON

 

Languages: 
English
Research areas: 

AMERICAN LITERATURE, COMPARITIVE LITERATURE, EUROPEAN DRAMA, AND WOMEN STUDIES. SHE HAS PRESENTED PAPERS IN SEVERAL INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL SEMINARS. SHE HAS PUBLISHED MANY PAPERS IN NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS AND ALSO A BOOK ‘CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN DRAMA’, SANGAM PUBLICATON, LONDON 1998 and “ANARCHISM IN AMERICAN LITERATURE”, SANBUN PUBLICATIONS, NEW DELHI 2013.

 

Publications: 

PAPERS PUBLISHED BY Dr.(Mrs.) ABHA SINGH, ASSOCIATE PROFFESOR IN ENGLISH

 

  • BOOK PUBLISHED- “‘CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN DRAMA’ Sangam Publications, New Delhi and also in London 1997

  • Book PUBLISHED - “ANARCHISM IN AMERICAN LITERATURE” Sanbun Publishers, New Delhi, 2013

  • ARTICLES PUBLISHED

 

  1. ANARCHISM IN AMERICAN LITERATURE ’Vol.7, Year 1985, Research and Criticism, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi.

  2. THE LOVE GAUGE’, Bharati College Journal year 1997.

  3. EXPRESSIONISM IN AMERICAN DRAMA’ Published by Christian Union College, Alwaye, Trivendram year 1998.

  4. THE MILLENNIUM EXPERIENCE”, Bharati College, Journal, Year 1999.

  5. THE ROMAN WORLD OF CORIOLANUS’ paper presented at National Seminar organized by the Shakespeare Society of India Nov’2000 and published in Journal of the Shakespeare Society of India 2001.

  6. PERFECTED MUSIC AND EMOTION IN ENGLISH ROMANTIC POETRY’- A paper presented at National Seminar organized by Kalidasa Academy of Sanskrit and Fine Arts, held at Khalsa College, New Delhi, year 2002.

  7. REJOICING SEASONS IN POETRY DOWN THE AGES’ A paper presented at National Seminar organized by Kalidasa Academy of Sanskrit and Fine Arts, New Delhi held at MIRANDA HOUSE, Delhi University, Delhi, year 2003.

  8. EROTIC SENTIMENTS IN KAMALA DAS’S POETRY’ – A paper presented at National Seminar organized by Kalidasa Academy of Sanskrit and Fine Arts, New Delhi held at MIRANDA HOUSE-Delhi University, Delhi, Year 2004.

  9. GENDER JUSTICE AND GLOBAL RESTRUCTURING’. A paper presented at National Seminar organized by Kalidasa Academy of Sanskrit and Fine Arts, held at St.Stephens College, Delhi, year 2004. Published in Gems of Law and Dharma Shastras Sanjay Publication, New Delhi-2007.

  10. A STUDY OF THIRD SEX’- Gender identities and their rights – a paper presented at National Seminar organized by Kalidasa Academy of Sanskrit and Fine Arts. held at ST.STEPHENS COLLEGE, Delhi University, Delhi, year 2005 published in GEMs of Law and Dharma Shastras Sanjay Publication, New Delhi-2007

  11. REFLECTION OF LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL BARRIER IN MULK RAJ ANAND’S UNTOUCHABLE AND COOLIE”. A paper presented at National Seminar on language Literature and Culture at Daulat Ram College, 2006.

  12. Attended International Seminar on “SHAKESPEARE AND CLASS in 2005 at South Campus, University of Delhi, organized by the Shakespeare Society of India’ 2006.

  13. Attended International Seminar organized by Kurukshetra University and the Shakespeare Society of India, Oct’ 2006, Paper presented “SHAKESPEARE’S CREATIVE GENIUS IN THE LIGHT OF SOURCES”.

  14. THE RENAISSANCE SPIRIT & THE TRIUMPH OF ART” a paper (Power Point) presented at UGC sponsored Orientation Course (OR52) held at CPDHE University of Delhi, Jan 2007.

  15. A VISION OF GENDER CROSS-DRESSING IN SHAKESPEARE’S TWELFTH NIGHT’. A paper presented at National Seminar organized by the Shakespeare Society of India, Nov 2007.

  16. THE NATIONAL CONSCIOUSNESS IN NAYANTRA SEHGAL’S NOVEL ‘RICH LIKE US’. A paper presented at National Seminar Organized by Kalidasa Academy of Sanskrit and Fine Arts held at Kamala Nehru College, University of Delhi, Dec 2008.

  17. MAGIC AND THE BEAUTY OF RAGAS”, Dyal Singh Evening College, Journal, Year 2008.

  18. RHETORIC AND GENDER CROSS DRESSING AS SHAKESPEARE’S ART OF LYING”. A paper presented at International Workshop organized by the Shakespeare Society of India and IIAS Simla 3-7 Oct’2009.

  19. THE PHENOMENON OF WITCH, WITCHCRAFT AND WITCH HUNTING,A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF CASE STUDY AND LITERATURE”. A paper presented (Power Point Presentation) at UGC Sponsored Refresher Course held at CPDHE, University of Delhi, 27th Oct-17th Nov 2009.

  20. FEMINITY A CULTURAL CONSTRUCT’ – A paper presented at refresher course organized by Jamia Millia University ,Delhi 2010 Published Georgian Electronic journal of Litrature, LITINFO ,Volume-6, issue -2

  21. A Critical analysis of ‘WITCHES, WITCHCRAFT WITCH HUNTING ’ .A paper accepted at International Consortium of Social Development, Bangladesh, Dhaka , Jan 3-7th2011.

  22. Racial and gender discrimination in afro-American and Dalit literature”. A paper presented at International seminar, ’Theory at work’ organised by Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi,9-11th Nov,2010
    Also published in
    Georgian Electronic Journal of Literature LITINFO, Volume 5, Issue 1, 2011 (www.litinfo.ge)

  23. Celebrating Seasons in Literature”. A Paper presented at national seminar organized by Kalidasa Academy of Sanskrit and fine arts, held at NCERT, New Delhi, March 2011

  24. An Intermedial Transaction -Remapping Shakespeare’s Adaptation “ paper accepted and presented at 9th World Shakespeare Congress, Prague, Republic of Czech, from 17th July – 22nd July 2011.

  25. Cultural dislocation and changing identities in Jhumpa Lahiri’s novel ‘The Namesake’, paper accepted and presented at 4th REELC/ENCLS Congress, Literary dislocation/displacement, at the Institute of Macedonian Literature, Skopje, Macedonia 1st Sep – 3rd Sep 2011. Published in Georgian Electronic Journal of Literature LITINFO, Volume 6, Issue 1, 2012 (www.litinfo.ge)

  26. Socio- cultural Approach of native Language and its Use in Class Room” paper presented at Conference on Language Proficiency Testing in the Commonly Taught Language, Chulalong Kon University, Bangkok, Thailand, from 3rd -5th Oct 2012

  27. Re-Mapping Shakespeare’s Adaptation in Globalised Culture” paper presented at 7th biennial World Shakespeare Conference held from 3rd -5th Dec.2012 at Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, U.P.

  28. Rethinking Shakespeare in Hindi and Bhojpuri Literature” paper presented at International Seminar organised by Indraprastha college of Women, University of Delhi and Shakespeare Society of India on “Revisiting Shakespeare in Indian literature and Culture” from 7th-9th March2013

  29. Diasporic displacement and Cross Racial Intimacies in Mira Nair’s film: Mississippi Masala” paper presented at Essex University, London, 10th july’2013

 

 

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