Department Details

Department of English

1)    Chatterjee, C. (2017). Performative implications of genres: A critical rumination. In D.N. Pathak, S. Perera(Eds.), Culture and politics in South Asia: Performative communication (pp.191-204). India: Taylor and Francis. ISBN: 9781315158297/9781138201132.
2)    Shirsath, H.G. (2016). Perception of cinematic images . In A. Gagare, M. Reddy(Eds.), Changing Media Changing Audience Revitalizing Theories of Production, Promotion and Active Audience (pp.163-172). Delhi: Lenin Media . ISBN: 97893857160707.
3)    Shirsath, H.G. (2015). Design and Digitality. In M. Reddy(Ed.), Metamorphosis of New Media and Digital Culture. New Delhi: Lenin Media. ISBN: 9385160516/9789385160516.
4)    Chatterjee, C. (2015). Translation as Enabling: A Case-study of Genre and Translation. In M. Sahi(Ed.) , Cultural Contexts and Literary Forms: Essays on Genre(Goethe Society of India’s Yearbook) (pp.75-91). Switzerland: Peter Lang International Academic Publishing. ISBN: 3034319061/9783034319065.
5)    Chatterjee, C. (2015). Translated City: The City in Satyajit Ray’s Films. In T. Koebner, S. Marschall(Eds.) , FILM-KONZEPTE 39 - Satyajit Ray (German Edition) (pp.67-78). Edition Text + Kritik. ISBN: 3869164468/9783869164465.
6)    Chatterjee, C. (2014). Introduction. In C. Chakraborty(Ed.) , The Girl who wished to be alluring and other stories. Kolkata: Avenel Press. ISBN: 9380761600/9789380761602.
7)    Korde, B.S. (2013). Philip Roth’s Deception: An Intrguing Semi-autobiographical Novel. In A.M. Nawale, P. Roy(Eds.), World English Literature: Bridging Oneness (pp.30-42). Delhi: Authors Press. ISBN: 817273705X/9788172737054.
8)    Korde, B.S. (2013). Key-note Address on Literature of Resistance or Dalit Literature. In J. Sarangi, C. Ghosal(Eds.), Marginal Writings in English: Bengali and Other Regional Literatures (pp.1-19). New Delhi: Authrospress. ISBN: 8172737173/9788172737177.
9)    Korde, B.S. (2012). Treatment of Evil in Girish Karnad’s Tughlaq. In R.T. Bedre(Ed.), Critical Essyas on Indian English Drama (pp.83-88). Kanpur: SAHITYAYAN Publishers & Distributors . ISBN: 9788190926614.
10)    Jaaware, A., Bhirdikar, U. (2012). Shakespeare in Maharashtra 1892-1927: A Note on a Trend in Marathi Theatre and Theatre Criticism. In T. Bishop, Alexander C.Y. Huang, G. Bradshaw, S. Chaudhuri(Eds.), The Shakespeare International Yearbook 12: Special Section, Shakespeare in India. U.K.: Ashgate Publishing Ltd..
11)    Korde, B.S. (2011). Dalit Literature in India with Special Reference to Dalit Literature in Marathi: A Brief Survey. In M. Dasan, B.S. Jamuna(Eds.), Mapping Marginality: Premises and Perspectives (pp.24-34). Chennai: Emerald Publishers. ISBN: 9788179663066.
12)    Korde, B.S. (2011). Dalit Literature in Marathi as a Part of Indian Literature: A Brief Survey. In J. Sarangi(Ed.), Writing as Resistance: Literature of Emancipation (pp.152-165). New Delhi: Authors Press. ISBN: 9381030200/9789381030202.
13)    Korde, B.S. (2011). Landscape in Sylvia Plath’s Crossing the Water and Winter Trees. In S. Murali, U. Jana(Eds.), Ecological Criticism for Our Times: Literature, Nature, and Critical Inquiry. New Delhi: Authorspress. ISBN: 817273588X/9788172735883.

Publications Before 2011

14)    Korde, B.S. (2009). Indian Dalit Poetry: An Overview. In N.D.R. Chandra(Ed.), Multicultural Literature in India: Critical Perspectives, Vol. 1 (pp.1-19). New Delhi: Sarup Book Publishers . ISBN: 817625925X/9788176259255.
15)    Korde, B.S. (2007). Marlow in Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness. In P.K. Mukhopadhyay(Ed.), Literary Spectrums: Recent Studies in English Literature (pp.181-191). New Delhi: Sarup & Sons. ISBN: 8176258091/9788176258098.
16)    Korde, B.S. (2005). ANNA BHAU SATHE: A Literary Genius Committed to the Cause of the Exploited and the Disadvantaged. In U. Ambhore, D. Arjune, C.B. Deshpande(Eds.) , Literary Endeavours: A Festschrift for Prin. Dr. R. G. Agarwal (pp.301-305). Jalna: Dr. R. G. Agarwal Gaurav Samiti.
17)    Korde, B.S. (2004). Sin, Suffering and Salvation in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter. In H. Gahlot(Ed.), Sin, Suffering and Salvation in Literature (pp.55-63). New Delhi: Radha Publications. ISBN: 8174873341/9788174873347.
18)    Korde, B.S. (2001). The Theme of Marginality in Anna Bhau Sathe’s Novels & Short Stories. In N.M. Aston(Ed.) , Literature of Marginality: Dalit Literature and African–American Literature (pp.83-92). New Delhi: Prestige Books. ISBN: 8175511168/9788175511163.
19)    Rao, R.R. (2001). Memories Pierce the Heart: Homoeroticism Bollywood Style. In A. Crossman(Ed.) , Queer Asian Cinema: Shadows in the Shade. New York: Haworth Press. ISBN: 1560231394/9781560231394.
20)    Rao, R.R. (2000). Because Most People Marry Their Own Kind: A Reading of Shyam Selvaduria’s Funny Boy. In R.J. Crane, R. Mohanram(Eds.), hifting Continents/Colliding Cultures: Diaspora Writing of the Indian Subcontinent (Cross/Cultures). Atlanta: Rodopi B.V.. ISBN: 9042012617/9789042012615.