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  • 2007

    Srima Nandi,Role of Language Teachers in Developing Creativity among Engineering   

        Students,” 1st National Conference on “Creativity in Engineering Education in

        the Era of Globalization,” (CEE 2007), pp. 90-92, Feb.10-11, 2007, organized by

        Academy of Technology, West Bengal, India.

  • 2009

    Srima Nandi,Fuzzy English: Communication Strategy in the Indian Context”              

         1st International Conference on “Computer, Communication, Control, and Information 

         Technology,” (C3IT 2009), pp. 529-534, Feb 6-7, 2009, organized by Academy of  

         Technology, West Bengal, India.

  • 2010

    Srima Nandi, “English as a Lingua–Franca: It’s Role in Engineering Education in India,”    

       Proceedings of the 1st  National  Conference on “Engineering Education in the New Century:  

      An urgent     Need of the Hour,” (E2NC-2010), pp. 70-72, April 3-4, 2010, organized by Sir JC  

      Bose School of Engineering (SKFGI), West Bengal, India. 

  • 2011

    1.   Srima Nandi, “Glocal English: Communication Strategy in the New Century,” Proceedings of     the 2nd  National    Conference on “ Engineering Education in the New Century: An urgent      Need of the Hour,” (E2NC- 2011), pp. 100-104, Jan. 20-21, 2011, organized by Sir JC  Bose School of Engineering, (SKFGI), West Bengal, India.
    2. Srima Nandi, “‘Bachelor-Society’ in a ‘Forgetful Nation’: Analyzing Maxine Hong     Kingston’s China Men,” UGC sponsored National Conference on “Different Americas”    Nov. 11-12, 2011, organized by Gour Mahavidyalaya, Malda, West Bengal, India, 

  • 2012

    1. Srima Nandi, “English Fever in India: It’s Symptoms and Diagnosis,” Proceedings of the 1st    

       International Conference on “Engineering Education in the New Century,” (E2NC-2012), pp. 

      191-195. Feb. 3-4, 2012, organized by Sir JC Bose School of Engineering, (SKFGI), West   

       Bengal, India.

     

    2. Srima Nandi. “The American Nation and the Chinese Women: Re-reading Maxine Hong  

        Kingston’s The Woman Warrior,” Proceedings of the National level UGC Assisted DRS (SAP  

       –III)  Phase 11 Seminar on “Post Postcolonial: Theory and Texts,” pp.120-126,  Feb. 23-24, 

    2012, organized by Calcutta University, Kolkata, India. 

     

  • 2013

    1. Srima Nandi, “The Status of English in Indian Advertisement,” Proceedings of the 3rd 

       National Conference on “Engineering Education in the New Century” (E2NC-2013), pp.159-

      162, Feb.15-16, 2013, organized by Sir JC Bose School of Engineering, (SKFGI), West Bengal, 

      India.

     

    2.  Srima Nandi,“The Status of English in Indian Advertisement,” International Journal of

         Electronics & Communication Technology (IJECT) vol. 4, Issue-SPL- 1, English, pp. 159- 

        162, ISSN: 2230-9543 (Print), Feb. 15-16, 2013.
        

    ISSN: 2230-7109 (Online) Cosmic Journals–India. 

    3. 
    Srima Nandi, “African American Women as ‘Outsiders-Within’: Studying Toni Morrison’s

          The Bluest Eye, Banheek: An International Bilingual Journal, vol. 6, Issue 6, ISSN: 2277- 

          5455, pp.184- 195, May, 2013.
    4. 
    Srima Nandi, “The Concept of ‘Small’ in Arundhati Roy’s 

    The God of Small Things

     

         Banheek: An International Bilingual Journal, vol. 6, Issue 6, ISSN: 2277-5455, pp. 302-313,   

          May, 2013.

    5. Srima Nandi, “Chinese and Chinese American Women: Interpreting Silence and Resistance

        in Maxine Hong Kingston’s The Woman Warrior,” Young Researchers’

        National Conference, Organized by Burdwan University, September, 2013.

       

  • 2014

    1. Srima Nandi, “‘Bachelor-Society’ in a ‘Forgetful Nation’: Analyzing Maxine Hong

          Kingston’s China Men,” Anthology on Different Americas: Resituating  

          American Identity in the Post 9/11 Third Worldian Classroom, pp.115-125, published by  

         Authors Press, New Delhi, April, 2014.

     

    2. Srima Nandi, “Chinese Americans as ‘Foreigners-Within’: Diasporic Perspectives in   

         Maxine Hong Kingston’s China Men, Anthology on The Diasporic Dilemma:  

         Exile, Alienation and Belonging, pp. 322-336, published by Creative Books, New  

         Delhi, 2014.

     

  • 2015

    Srima Nandi, “An Ecofeminist Reading of Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye,

          International Journal of English Language, Literature, and Humanities (IJELLH) [Norwegian   

         Accreditation], ISSN 2321-7065 vol.3, Issue 4, pp.164 -178, June, 2015.

  • 2016

    Srima Nandi, “Exploring Marginalisation through Intersecting Oppressions in Toni

          Morrison’s The Bluest Eye,” Calcutta University Journal.*(Accepted for                             

          Publication), Jan, 2016.


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