Deetimali Barua Nath
Associate ProfessorPh.D. : Gauhati University
Research Interests:Victorian Fiction, Indian Writing in English
Joined the University in Sep 1, 1990
Deetimali Barua Nath specializes in literature of the Victorian period as well as Indian Writngs in English. She is also intersted in literatures from the North East. She has recently completed her UGC- funded Minor Project on Reading History and Culture: A Study of Charlotte Bronte's "Tales of Angria".
She is the present Head of the Department.
Victorian literature, Indian Wriitng in English, Drama, Fiction, Poetry
UGC Minor Research Project titled Reading Culture and History: A Study of Charlotte Bronte's "Tales of Angria" (2016)
Research paper publications till 2021
“Negotiating Past and Present: A Reading of Jayanta Mahapatra’s Poetry and Postcoloniality” in Negotiations (2012)
“Historicism and Resistance: A Postcolonial Reading of Ghasiram Kotwal” in Negotiations (2015)
“Voices from the Margin: A Reading of Otherness in Dawn” in Research Journal of Contemporary Concerns, Cotton College Research Council (2016)
Chapters/Articles publications in Books (Research Oriented)
"Belief, Disbelief and Compromise" A Reading of The Gurkha's Daughter" in Innerscape: Exploring Literatures from India’s North East. Ed. Arunabha Bhuyan, 2019