SOHS KRMU Faculty Ms. Apoorva Hooda

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Ms. Apoorva Hooda

Assistant Professor -Humanities

Interest Area(s)

  • Diaspora Literature
  • Gender Studies
  • Women's Writings
  • Drama Studies
  • Communication Skills

Junior Research Fellowship holder with Bachelors from Delhi University and Masters from Jamia Millia Islamia. Pursuing Ph.D. in Diaspora Literature. Taught British Drama and Poetry, American Literature, Diaspora Studies, Drama Studies, Post-colonial Literature, Communication Skills and Professional Communication.

  • Pursuing Ph.D. from Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies
  • Master’s Degree in English Literature. Jamia Millia Islamia, 2019. First Division with Distinction
  • Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature. Delhi University, 2017. First Division
 
  • Assistant professor at K.R.Mangalam University, Gurugram from March 2022- Till date.
  • Assistant Professor (Guest Faculty) at Shri Vishwakarma Skill University, Haryana from November 2021 to February 2022.
  • Assistant Professor of English at DPG Degree College, Gurugram from April 2021 to October 2021.
  • Diaspora Literature
  • Postcolonial Literature
  • Gender Studies
  • Women's Writings
  • National Seminar (multidisciplinary) on Indian Foreign Policy: Continuity and Change sponsored by Directorate of Higher Education Haryana, paper titled, “English Literature and Foreign Policy”, organised by Pt. Neki Ram Sharma Govt. College, Rohtak, Haryana. 12/02/22
  • International Conference on Cultural Unification Through Literature and Language, paper titled, “Restructuring the Self: Identity and Multiculturalism in Meena Alexander’s Fault Lines”, organised by Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies. 28/01/22-29/01/22
  • National webinar on Impact of Digitalization on Women, paper titled, “The Digital Reformation: Impact of Digitalization on Women Education and Empowerment”, organized by Women Cell and IQAC, GPGCW, Rohtak, Haryana. 22/01/22
  • International Literary Conference on Postmodernism: Time for Reappraisal, paper titled, “Exploring Diasporic Consciousness: Quest for Self in Selected Poems of Meena Alexander”, organised by O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat. 23/07/21- 25/07/21
  • International Conference on Gender Studies and Women Empowerment, paper titled, “A Study of Diasporic Sensibility and Acculturation in Meena Alexander’s Manhattan Music”, organised by NIT Agartala. 16/04/2021- 18/04/2021
  • ICSSR Sponsored National Webinar on Society, Disaster and Resilience: Lessons from Literature, paper titled, “Literary Perspective of Historical Holocaust and Resilience: A Study of Chaman Nahal’s Azadi”, organised by Surya Sen Mahavidyalaya Siliguri, 08/02/2021
  • International Conference on Changing Paradigms of Individual and Society: Conflicts, Negotiations and Growth, paper titled, “Environmental and Feministic Concerns in Margaret Atwood’s Surfacing”, organised by DAV University, Jalandhar. 31/03/2021
  • International Conference on Mythology: Past, Present and Future, paper titled, “Mythology and Diaspora: Struggle for Identity in Selected Poems of Meena Alexander”, organised by Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies. 29/01/2021- 30/01/2021
  • International Conference on Resistance and Assimilation: Voices of the Subalterns, paper titled, “Identity and Subalternity: A Critical Study of Meena Alexander’s Nampally Road”, organised by Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies. 30/01/2020
 
  • Junior Research Fellowship by UGC in 2020
  • Kanpur Philosophers: International Journal of Humanities, Law and Social Sciences, UGC-CARE List Journal ISSN: 2348-8301, paper titled, “Dislocation and Relocation of Self: A Study of Meena Alexander’s Manhattan Music”. Vol IX, Issue III (II), 2022.
  • Third Concept: An International Journal of Ideas, UGC-CARE List Journal ISSN: 0970-7247, paper titled, “Resisting Authority in Merchant of Venice: A View of Shylock”. Volume 36, No. 421, March 2022.
  • Paper Publication in proceedings of International Conference on Cultural Unification Through Literature and Language, titled, “Restructuring the Self: Identity and Multiculturalism in Meena Alexander’s Fault Lines”, organised by Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies. 28/01/22-29/01/22 ISBN: 978-93-91553-94-4
  • International Journal of Professional Development, International Multidisciplinary Peer Reviewed Refereed Research Journal ISSN: 2279-0659, paper titled “Trauma of Partition: A Retrospective Analysis of Chaman Nahal’s Azadi”. Volume 10, No. 2, July-Dec.2021.
  • Third Concept: An International Journal of Ideas, UGC-CARE List Journal ISSN: 0970-7247, paper titled, “B.L Gautam’s Andy Leelu: A Study in Regional Literature”. Volume 35, No. 410, April 2021.
  • Shodh Sanchar Bulletin, UGC-CARE List, ISSN: 2229-3620, paper titled “Feminism and Search for Identity in Meena Alexander's Nampally Road”. Volume 11, Issue 41, January to March 2021.
  • Paper Publication in proceedings of International Conference on Mythology: Past, Present and Future, titled “Mythology and Diaspora: Struggle for Identity in Selected Poems of Meena Alexander”. 29/01/2021 E-ISBN: 978-93-88761-83-3
  • Paper Publication in proceedings of International Conference on Resistance and Assimilation: Voices of the Subalterns, titled “Identity and Subalternity: A Critical Study of Meena Alexander’s Nampally Road”. 30/01/2020 ISBN: 978-93-89657-20-3