1. Anupom Kumar Hazarika, Queer Dharonavitik Axomiya Golpo, Satsori , [2023]
2. Merry Baruah, Anthropocentrism and Ecology: Intersections and Interactions in Shubhangi Swarup's Latitudes of Longing, IIS University Journal of Arts , vol.11(2), 114-130, [2022]
3. Merry Baruah, Silence as Narrative and the Silent Narrative: Introspecting the Impairing Imperialism in Kazuo Ishiguro's The Buried Giant, Drishti: the Sight , vol.XI, [2022]
4. Merry Baruah, Transgender Rhetoric in A Gift of Goddess Lakshmi: Reading into the Narrative of Defiance, Drishti: the Sight2022 , vol.XI, 139-143, [2022]
5. Anupom Kumar Hazarika, Saurav Kumar Chalihar Dhrubokt Xomoi aru Akangkha, Pragjyotika (Assam Sahitya Sanimilani) , [2021]
6. Dr. Rakhee Kalita Moral, Narrating India’s Northeast: Contexts, Spaces, Representations”, Innerscape: Exploring Literatures from India’s North East. (Book edited by Arunabha Bhuyan), Papyrus , [2021]
7. Dr. Rakhee Kalita Moral, Once Upon the Hills: A Handbook of Feminist Voices and Everyday Practices in Nagaland, Heritage Publishing House , [2021]
8. Dr. Rakhee Kalita Moral, '"Walking with the Gods": Writing Land and Body in India's Northeast', Dibrugarh University Journal of English Studies, Vol.29 , [2021]
9. Dr. Rakhee Kalita Moral, '"The Spectre of Death in Narratives of Disease and Plagues". Reflections in the Time of the Pandemic', Anvesan, Vol. XIII (2020-2021) , [2021]
10. Dr. Arpana Nath, "The Crisis of Identity: Reframing the Self in Kavery Nambisan's Mango-Coloured Fish", Indian Narrative Tradition: Text, Performance and Interpretations. New Delhi: Pencraft International, 2021,pp. 156-164. , [2021]
11. Routledge India, Uncomfortable Questions and Answers: Teaching "Death in Venice", English Teachers' Accounts: Essays on the Teacher, the Text and the Indian Classroom [Book edited by Nandana Dutta] , [2021]
12. Dr. Dhrubajyoti Das, “Sampratik Asomiya Kobitar Boudhik Swarup”, Prakash , [2020]
13. Dr. Sanghamitra Sadhu, “The Scrutinised Life: Gandhi and His Interlocutors”, Gandhi and the Contemporary World. Ed. Sanjeev Kumar. Routledge , [2020]
14. Jeetumoni Basumatary, "Mohamari Arw Thunlai" (Pandemic and Literature), Gambari, Vol. III, Issue X , [2020]
15. Dr. Rajashree Bargohain, Poetry, Identity and the Geography of Culture: Representations of Landscape in Poetry in English from Northeast India”, Asian Ethnicity (a Taylor and Francis journal) , [2020]
16. Dr. Arpana Nath, "Writing as Resistance", The Book Review. Vol XLIV Number 6, June 2020 , [2020]
17. Dr. Arpana Nath, "Memories of Partition", Muse India, Issue 92 (July-August 2020) , [2020]
18. Dr. Dhrubajyoti Das, Modernism in the Poetry of Navakanta Barua: A Selective Reading, Rock Pebbles, Issue 3, Vol 33 , [2019]
19. Dr. Dhrubajyoti Das, “Emersonor The American Scholar” (Emerson’s ‘The American Scholar’), Goriyoshi , [2019]
20. Dr. Dhrubajyoti Das, “Tony Morrison-or The Bluest Eye” (Tony Morrison’s ‘The Bluest Eye’), Prakash , [2019]
21. Dr. Deetimali Barua Nath, "Belief, Disbelief and Compromise" A Reading of The Gurkha's Daughter", Innerscape: Exploring Literatures from India’s North East. Book edited by Arunabha Bhuyan, Papyrus , [2019]
22. Dr. Dhrubajyoti Das,  “Poetry of Nirmalprabha Bordoloi: A Study of Nature, Love and Locale” , Innerscape: Exploring Literature from India’s Northeast (Book edited by Arunabha Bhuyan), Papyrus , [2019]
23. Dr. Arpana Nath, "Ethnicity and Identity: A Reading of Select Poems by Jogamaya Chakma.”, Innerscape: Exploring Literatures from India’s North East. (Book edited by Arunabha Bhuyan), Papyrus , [2019]
24. Dr. Arpana Nath, “Toril Moi: “Female, Feminine, Feminist.”, Literary and Critical Theory II, (Self Learning Materials) Block 3, UNIT: 11. KKHSOU, Guwahati , [2019]
25. Dr. Arpana Nath, “Two Roads to Decolonization: Gandhi and Tagore.” Literatures from North-East India, Literatures from North-East India (In English and Translation. (Self Learning Materials) Block3, Unit: 11. KKHSOU, Guwahati , [2019]
26. Dr. Kalpana Bora Barman, Birendra Kumar Bhattacharyya's Yaruingam or Love in the Time of Emergency, Literatures from North-East India (In English and Translation. (Self Learning Materials),KKHSOU, Guwahati , [2019]
27. Dr. Chandrima Goswami, Guru T Ladakhi’s A Himalayan Ballad: A Tale of Love and Longings”, Innerscape: Exploring Literatures from India’s North East.  Ed. Arunabha Bhuyan. Papyrus, , [2019]
28. Jeetumoni Basumatary, "Ratan Thiyam, The Composite Artiste: A Reading of The Manipur Trilogy", Innerscape: Exploring Literatures from India’s North East.  Ed. Arunabha Bhuyan. Papyrus , [2019]
29. Dr. Rajashree Bargohain, Envisioning a Modern Assamese Society: A Study of Jyotiprasad Agarwalla’s Khanikar”, Muse India, 83  , [2019]
30. Dr. Imsuchila Kichu, "Drinking Culture in Ao-Naga Society: From Rice Beer to Alcohol", International Journal of English Language Literatures and Translation Studies (IJELR), Vol. 6, Issue 2 , [2019]
31. Dr. Dhrubajyoti Das, “Re-reading Select Nature Poems of Nirmalprabha Bordoloi and Emily Dickinson from Ecocritical Perspective”, Remarking- An Analisation, Vol 3, Issue 9 , [2018]
32. Dr. Merry Baruah Bora, “Constructing Womanhood: Discourse of Femininity in Select Indian Advertisements”, Dimorian Review, Vol 5.2 , [2018]
33. Dr. Rakhee Kalita Moral, “Scripting the Freedom Song: The Moment of Dissent in Assam”, RivistaDegliStudi Orientale (University of Rome) Vol XCI, Supplement 2 , [2018]
34. Dr. Arpana Nath, The Politics of Food Cultures of India". Book Review of Nandita Haksar's The Flavours of Nationalism, Coldnoon: International Journal of Travel Writing and Travelling Cultures , [2018]
35. Dr. Arpana Nath, "Baby Haldar's A Life Less Ordinary: Domestic Work, Motherhood, and the Dalit Woman", Antyajaa: Indian Journal of Women and Social Change. Vol 3.2, , [2018]
36. Dr. Arpana Nath, Book Review of Avinuo Kire's The Power to Forgive (Zubaan Books, 2016)., MZU Journal of Literature and Cultural Studies, V.1, June 2018. , [2018]
37. Dr. Arpana Nath, "Women of Nagaland" Book Review of Temsula Ao's Aosenla's Story (Zubaan Books, 2017), Muse India, Issue 79 , [2018]
38. Dr. Arpana Nath, Reading Mulk Raj Anand’s Untouchable as a Critique of Colonial Modernity”, Rethinking Colonialism and Globalisation: The Historical Saga of India from the 19th century onwards (Book edited by Madhuri Saikia), DVS Publishers, Delhi , [2018]
39. Jeetumoni Basumatary, 'Community Fiction: Mamang Dai’s The Legends of Pensam and Temsula Ao’s These Hills Called Home: Stories from a War Zone’, Indian Genre Fiction: Pasts and Future Histories, Routledge , [2018]
40. Dr. Rajashree Bargohain, "Her Thighs Still Smell of Milk”: Partition and Poetry in Northeast India” , Café Dissensus 44 Spec. Issue of Women as the Displaced: The Context of South Asia , [2018]
41. Dr. Rajashree Bargohain, "Locating Polyphony: A Study of the Ramayana in Assam”, Margins: A Journal of Literature & Culture VII-VIII(The journal of the Department of English, Gauhati University) , [2018]
42. Merry Baruah, Voices from the Margin: A Reading of Otherness in Dawn, Research Journal of Contemporary Concerns , vol.10&11(A), [2016]
43. Merry Baruah, Empowerment of Women: Indian Patriarchy and the Cultural Construction of the Family, Research Journal of Contemporary Concerns , vol.9(A), 3-6, [2014]
44. Merry Baruah, 2. The Body in the Family Politic: Reading Shashi Deshpande’s Moving On and In the Country of Deceit, The Atlantic Literary Review (Quarterly) , vol.13, 96-111, [2012]
45. Merry Baruah, Quest for Identity: A Reading of Shashi Deshpande's Small Remedies, Negotiations , vol.2, 24-29, [2012]
46. Merry Baruah/Dibrugarh University, Dept of English, 1. Myths in Shashi Deshpande’s The Dark Holds No Terrors and A Matter of Time, DUJES , vol.18, [2009]