Discipline

English

All areas in Literature, Linguistics, Performance Studies and Cinema studies.

English - Faculty

A P  Rajaram
A P Rajaram
Assistant Professor
Paulomi Chakraborty
Paulomi Chakraborty
Associate Professor
Ratheesh Radhakrishnan
Ratheesh Radhakrishnan
Associate Professor (on Lien)
Sharmila
Associate Professor
Sharmistha Saha
Sharmistha Saha
Assistant Professor
Suddhaseel Sen
Suddhaseel Sen
Associate Professor
Prof. Shastri
Sudha Shastri
Professor
Vaijayanthi Sarma
Professor
Vibhushan Subba
Assistant Professor

English - Course

Course Number: HS 654
Credit: 6

Part I: This course would be devoted toi) understanding the debates around ephemerality and the archive andii) how in the context of these debates… Read More

Course Number: HS 809
Credit: 6

Types of Literary Research: Theoretical Research, Textual Research, Historical Research, Interpretative Research, Interdisciplinary Research.… Read More

Course Number: HS 813
Credit: 6

This course will develop and build on the student?s knowledge of basic phonology and morphology and will adress topics such as Principles of… Read More

Course Number: HS 814
Credit: 6

This advanced course on issues in syntax and semantics shall address issues such as Minimalism and economy of representation, Feature-checking (… Read More

Course Number: HS 815
Credit: 6

This course deals with the interface areas between the cognitive sciences of Linguistics and Psychology and Neuroscience. Issues to be discussed… Read More

Course Number: HS 824
Credit: 6

This course seeks to understand the changing meanings of culture and the emergence of cultural studies in general and in India in particular. The… Read More

Course Number: HS 645
Credit: 6

The course aims to do the following:
1. Situate language in the intersection of various disciplines to show how an understanding of the… Read More

Course Number: HS 642
Credit: 6

Learning notational representation of pitch/rhythm/tempo/dynamics/instrumentation Identifying keys (major/minor), modes, ragas, intervals and… Read More

Course Number: HS 4114
Credit: 6

Students will learn to think about the following topics in terms of both musical representation (notation, terms for musical analysis) and the… Read More

Course Number: HS 423
Credit: 6

This course offers a comparative perspective on important trends in modern india. Through highly participatory pedagogic methods, the students are… Read More

Course Number: HS 112
Credit: 4

This course intends to introduce students to dialogues between practices across and within visual arts, performance, film and media. It will… Read More

Course Number: HS 670
Credit: 3

The proposed course introduces students to the foundations of media studies as a field of research, pedagogy, and practice. The course explores a… Read More

Course Number: HS 111
Credit: 4

This course will focus on the reading, interpretation, and evaluation of select literary texts from the canon and outside, including literatures… Read More

Course Number: HS 674
Credit: 3

The course aims to do the following:
1. Situate language in the intersection of various disciplines to show how an understanding of the… Read More

Course Number: HS 314
Credit: 6

This course introduces students to the mediated ecology of digital screen cultures. From photography to vlogging, cinema to fan cultures,… Read More

Course Number: HS 474
Credit: 6
Course Number: HS 453
Credit: 6

Students will learn to think critically about: 1) the relationship between music and society 2) organology (the classification of musical… Read More

Course Number: HS 431
Credit: 6

Salient topics of this course are as follows : The novel : birth of a genre in the eighteenth century; literary ancestors of the novel; evolution… Read More

Course Number: HS 423
Credit: 6

This course offers a comparative perspective on important trends in modern india. Through highly participatory pedagogic methods, the students are… Read More

Course Number: HS 466
Credit: 6

Linguistics is the scientific study of human language. Some of the main features of the human language faculty make it unique in the… Read More

Course Number: HS 648
Credit: 6

History of Literature, taking English as an example, may be taken up for study in order to understand how the history of English Literature is… Read More

Course Number: HS 649
Credit: 6

1.The main objective of the course is to open up the field of ‘Theatre and Performance Studies’ to the students such that the various debates… Read More

Course Number: HS 659
Credit: 6

Topics will include an overview of Shakespearean theatre, audience, classification of his plays, and the main corpus of significant Shakespearean… Read More

Course Number: HS 846
Credit: 6

This is an advanced course on Postcolonial Theory. In this course, we will examine some of the influential scholarship that constitutes the field… Read More

Course Number: HS 658
Credit: 6

The course will take a survey form, aiming to introduce students to the history of engagement with literary (and other artistic) forms. As a… Read More

Course Number: HS 660
Credit: 6

Topics of study may seek to examine  Canon formations, Award-regimes  Socio-economic, cultural, political and legal conditions that produce… Read More

Course Number: HS 668
Credit: 3

The course introduces the objects, methods, debates and critical frames of literary studies. The course will centre for study: • a selection of… Read More

Course Number: HS 669
Credit: 3

This course introduces students to the idea of performance and its pedagogic practices. The course equips students with critical skills to… Read More