Publications

Book Publications

1. Poetic Communication: A Study of the Verbal Art – Thakur, Ram Kulesh. Jaipur: YKING Publishers. 2015. ISBN: 9382532889

2.Ruskin Bond: Interpreter of Human Relationships – Thakur, Ram Kulesh. Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot. 2011. ISBN: 8179774112

Book Chapters

1. “The Saga of the subalterns amidst Resource Crisis”- Nibedita Bandyopadhyay (Single Author)- Narratives of Environmental Challenges in Brazil and India: Losing Nature, by Lexington, USA, 1-11 (2018)

2. “Mapping the Female Territory: An Ecofeminist Approach to Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of King Lear”-Nibedita Bandyopadhyay (single author)-Conscious Re-imaginings of Shakespeare’s Plays, 159-165 (2017)

3. Prateek. “Inward Bound: Self-Referentiality in Bombay Cinema.” Salaam Bollywood: Representations and Interpretations. Ed. Vikrant Kishore, Amit Sarwal and Parichay Patra. New York: Routledge, 2016. 80–90.

4, “An Analysis of William Gibson’s Count Zero as a Cyberpunk Fiction”-Nibedita Bandyopadhyay (Single Author)-Dialogia:An Anthology of Critical Ideas, 31-39 (2015)

5. Prateek, and Amit Sarwal. “Hinglish Cinema: The Confluence of East and West.” Bollywood and its Other(s): Towards New Configurations. Eds. Vikrant Kishore, Amit Sarwal, Parichay Patra. Sydney: Palgrave, 2014.161–173. Print.

Book Reviews

1. Prateek. David Barnett’s Brecht in Practice in Brecht Yearbook 40 (2016): 244–46.

2. Prateek. Rustom Bharucha’s Terror and Performance in Asian Theatre Journal 32.2 (2015): 681–83.

3. Prateek. Stephen Parker’s Bertolt Brecht: A Literary Life in Australasian Drama Studies 67 (2015): 186–188.

4. Prateek. Habib Tanvir’s Memoirs in Contemporary South Asia 22.1 (2014): 111–12.

5. Prateek and Krispa Ningombam. Performance Review of Buddha Chingtham’s Mythical Surrender in Rupkatha Journal: On Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities 5.2 (2013): 375–378.

6. Prateek. Aravind Adiga’s Last Man in Tower in Contemporary South Asia 20.2 (2012): 271–272.

Journals

1. Rich, M. H. (2018). McKeon’s semantics of communication: A pragmatic exploration of the communicative arts. Empedocles: European Journal for the Philosophy of Communication. 9(1). pp. 5-24. DOI: 10.1386/ejpc.9.1.5_1

2. “The Green Sleuth: An Analysis of the Environmentalism in the Selected Detective Fictions of Sunil Gangopadhyay”- Nibedita Bandyopadhyay (single author)- Green Letters: Studies in Ecocriticism, by Taylor and Francis: Routledge, UK, 22 (1), 1-11 (2018)

3. “An Ecofeminist Analysis of Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus”-Nibedita Bandyopadhyay (Single Author)-Yearly Shakespeare, 16(16): 1-8 (2018)

4. Prateek. “East Meets East: Recycling Brecht in India.” Brecht Yearbook 42 (2018): 137—151.<

5. “The Plurality and Playfulness of Provincial Writing: A Review of Modernity and provincial Writing: The Case of Manoj Das”- Nibedita Bandyopadhyay (single author)-Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities, 9(1), 350-354 (2017)

6. Mujral, Rajni. “Grotesque Body and the Aesthetics of Transfiguration” in Special Issue on Bakhtin “Bakhtinian Theory in Postcolonial and ‘Postsocialist’ Perspective”. Baltic Worlds, Vol X 1-2 (2017), 66-72. (ISSN: 2000-2955).

7. K. Singh: The Poet Who Celebrates 'senses' to attain 'Nirvana' – Thakur, Ram Kulesh. UOCHJLL , 01 (01), 136-154 (2017)

8. Pashupati Jha’s Poetry: A Journey to “Nirvana” amidst “Unrest”, “Realization”, “Truth”, “Acceptance” and “Submission” – Thakur, Ram Kulesh. The Social, Cultural and Spiritual Dimensions of Modern Indian Poetry in English. New Castle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 95-99 (2017)

9. Prateek. “Reinterpreting Passion: A Study of Habib Tanvir’s Theatre.” Australasian Drama Studies. 68 (2016): 168–186.

10. Prateek. “Hubble-Bubble of Transcultural Encounters: A Study of the Social Life of the Hookah.” Transformations: Journal of Media & Culture. 27 (2016).

11. Rich, M. H. (2015). Spiritual debate in communication theory: Craig’s metamodel applied. The Journal of Communication and Religion. 38(2). pp. 134-153. ISSN: 0894-2838

12. Prateek.“Naturalizing ‘Queerness’: A Study of Shyam Selvadurai’s Funny Boy.”Rupkatha Journal: On Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities. 6.1 (2014): 156–162.

13. Using audio lessons for the visually impaired in inclusive classrooms: an exploratory study – G.-P. Varma, M. G. Raman 254-260 (2014)

14. Mujral, Rajni. “Reading the Dialogic in Salman Rushdie’s Shalimar the Clown” in Indian Fiction in English: Mapping the Contemporary Literary Landscape. Eds. Sajal Kumar Bhattacharya et al. New Delhi: Creative Fictions, 2014. 117- 130. (ISBN: 9788180431081).

15. Unravelling Pashupati Jha’s Engineering in Love, Philosophy, Movement, and Peace – Thakur, Ram Kulesh. Journal of the Odisha Association for English Studies, 04 (01), 86-92 (2014)

16. Ningombam, Krispa, and Prateek. “Articulating Female Angst in Manipur: A Study of Mythical Surrender.” South Asian Review 34.3 (2013): 149–158.

17. Prateek. “‘Popart’: The ‘Global’ Avatar of Bollywood.” Rupkatha Journal: On Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities. 5.2 (2013): 247–256.

18. Rich, M. H., Craig, R. T. (2012). Habermas and Bateson in a world gone M.A.D.: Metacommunication, paradox, and the inverted speech situation. Communication Theory, 22(4). pp. 383-402. DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-2885.2012.01412.

19. ‘Decoding the Poetry of I.K. Sharma: A New Perspective’- Thakur, Ram Kulesh and R K Singh. Poetcrit, XXV (01), 77-80 (2012)

20. ‘The Use of ‘Sarcasm’ in the Poetry of Maha Nand Sharma and I.K. Sharma’- Thakur, Ram Kulesh and R K Singh. Critical Perspectives on the Poetry of R.K.Singh, D.C. Chambial and I.K. Sharma. New Delhi: Access, 328-340 (2011)

21. ‘The Use of ‘Wit’ in the Poetry of I.K. Sharma and Maha Nand Sharma’- Thakur, Ram Kulesh and R K Singh. Critical Perspectives on the Poetry of R.K.Singh, D.C. Chambial and I.K. Sharma. New Delhi: Access, 314-327 (2011)

22. ‘Sarcasm’ as a Tool of Poetic Communication: A Comparative Study of Maha Nand Sharma and I.K. Sharma - Thakur, Ram Kulesh and R K Singh. Poetcrit, XXIV(02), 27-32 (2011)

23. ‘Humour’ as a Tool of Poetic Communication: A Comparative Study of Maha Nand Sharma and I.K. Sharma – Thakur, Ram Kulesh and R K Singh. Indian Poetry in English: A Comprehensive Study. New Delhi: Adhyayan Publishers & Distributors, 120-153 (2011)

24. ‘Wit’ as a Tool of Poetic Communication: A Comparative Study of I.K. Sharma and Maha Nand Sharma – Thakur, Ram Kulesh and R K Singh. Akshrara, 02 (01), 64-73 (2010)

25. Prateek. “Le Cinema Comme Art Populaire.” Rencontre avec l’Inde, Indian Council of Cultural Relations. 38.1 (2009): 123–133.

26. Poetic Communication in Maha Nand Sharma’s A Rudraksha Rosary – Thakur, Ram Kulesh and R K Singh. Journal of Indian School of Mines, 04(01), 19-24 (2009)

27. Satire in I.K. Sharma’s Poetry – Thakur, Ram Kulesh and R K Singh. Indian Book Chronicle, 34(09), 08-10 (2009)

28. Rich, M. H. (2007). Investigating coffeehouses as the new public sphere: the 9/11 attacks and public sphere discussion. Communication and Argumentation in the Public Sphere, 1(1). pp. 140-153, ISSN: 1843-7893.

Journal (In German)

1. Mujral, Rajni. “Lying as Performative Subjectification: Figuration of the Dialogic Self”. ID/ENTITY. Eds. Günther Friesinger et al. Vienna: Monochrom, 2017, 181-197.

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