NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SIKKIM

NIT Sikkim

NameDr. Dhananjay Tripathi
DesignationAssistant Professor
HOD
Academic QualificationD.Phil (University of Allahabad)
Areas of InterestTwentieth Century Fiction,
Indian Writing in English,
Literary Criticism,
Myth and Religious retelling.
Work Experience6 Years
TeachingsProfessional Communication ( MS1001)
List of Publications1. Chettri, Bhaskar and Dhananjay Tripathi. "Multiculturalism in Raj Novel: Rereading Paul Scott's The Jewel in the Crown" Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities, Vol. 11, No. 2, July-September, 2019. 1-19. (ISSN 0975-2935). DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.21659/rupkatha.v11n2.11
2. Tripathi, Dhananjay and Lekha Rai. "The Nepali Shamans, Unlettered Gift of Prophecy as Intermediaries between the Physical and Alternate Realities" Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 9, Issue: 4. 2018. (ISSN 09756795).
3. Tripathi, Dhananjay and S.K. Rai. "Phenomenological Approach to the Novels of R. K. Narayan" Indian Journal of Postcolonial Literatures, Kerala, India. Vol. Pp 195-198. 2009. (ISSN 09747370).
4. Tripathi, Dhananjay and S.K. Rai. "Gandhi's Hind Swaraj: The First Speech of Subalterns" Indian Journal of Postcolonial Literatures, Kerala, India.Vol. 10.2. Pg 57-60. 2010. (ISSN 09747370).
5. Tripathi, Dhananjay and S.K. Rai. "Inauthentic Representation of India in Arvind Adiga'sTheWhite Tiger". Remarkings. Vol. 10. Pg 77-80. 2011. (ISSN 0972611X).
6. Tripathi, Dhananjay and S.K. Rai. "The Cleft: An Argument for Men by a Feminist" Contemporary Discourse. Vol. 3. Pg 315-318. 2012. (ISSN 09763686).
7. Tripathi, Dhananjay and Richa Mishra. "Contemporarising, De-constructing and De-contextualising the Myth in Yayati and Yuganta Research Scholar an International Refereed e-Journal, Vol. 1, Issue - 3, August 2013. (ISSN 23206101).
8. Tripathi, Dhananjay and S.K. Rai. "Gender Studies: The Construct of Society and Culture" Labyrinth, Gwalior, India. Vol. 1. Pg 95-97.2010. (ISSN 09760814).
9. Tripathi, Dhananjay and S.K. Rai. "Othello and Omkara: A Comparative Study of Two different Civilizations" Labyrinth. Vol. 2. Pg: 156-159. 2011. (ISSN 09760814).
10. Tripathi Dhananjay and Laxmi Rai. "William Shakespeare's Macbeth and Vishal Bharadwaj'sMaqbool: A Study of consciousness" under final review for publication in Arts and Humanities Citation Indexed journal 'Text and Performance Quarterly'.

Books and Chapters in Book
1. Tripathi, Dhananjay. R.K. Narayan: Phenomenology and Consciousness. Germany: Scholars' Press, Oct. 2013. (ISBN 9783639518719 )
2. Tripathi, Dhananjay. "Reflection of the Third Space in the Novels of R.K. Narayan. A Critical Study of the Fictional World of R.K. Narayan, ed. Aman Rana. Pg 102-197. New Delhi, Atlantic Books, 2013. Print. (ISBN 9788126918072)
3. Tripathi, Dhananjay. Richa Mishra. "Reflection of Social Changes and Literary Tastes in Cinematic Appropriation of SharatChandr'sDevdas in Bollywood". Literature and Cinema : Appropriation, Adaptation, Adultration, Eds. Sri Krishan Rai & Anugamini Rai. Germany: Lambert Publication House, 2014. (ISBN 9783848426034)

Paper Presented at International / National Conferences
1. "Humour as a Subliminal Strategy in R.K. Narayan's Anticolonial Discourse" at the International conference on Humour organized by Inter-disciplinary.Net at Mansfield College, University of Oxford, Oxford, London during 2-4 June, 2016.
2. "Contemporizing Mahabharata in Literature and Cinema : An Analysis of Post-Colonial Voices in The Great Indian Novel and Raajneeti" at the International Conference on Post Colonial Voices in South Asian Literature & Cinema organized by Garden City College, Banglore during 7 & 8 Feb 2014.
3. "Deinstitutionalization of Marriage in Bollywood : An Analysis of the Movies of the 21st Century" at XV International Conference of the Forum on Contemporary Theory, Vadodara on Media and Utopia: Imagination, History, Technology held in Allahabad in Collaboration with the Department of English and Modern European Languages, University of Allahabad during 16-19 December 2012.
4. "Intrigue : The Fulcrum of Shakespeare's Writing" at 7th Biennial world Shakespeare Conference on Shakespeare Across Cultures jointly organized by Department of English, Banaras Hindu University & Shakespeare Society of Eastern India, Kolkata on 3-5 December 2012.
5. "Othello and Omkara: A Comparative Study of Two Different Civilizations" at the International Conference on "Expanding Territories : Comparative Literature in the 21st Century" Department of English &CLS, Saurastra University, Rajkot (Gujarat). On March 29, 30 & 31, 2010.
6. "The Novels of RK Narayan: a Projection of Subaltern Consciousness" at UGC Sponsored 2 days National Conference on Role of Literature in Narrativizing the marargins" organized by Department of English Bhaderwah Campus, University of Jammu, Jammu on 25 & 26 March 2012.
Membership of Professional Bodies
Achievements UGC NET, SET (Rajasthan, Uttarakhand and North East)
Awarded Minor Research Project by ICSSR titled "The Occult Tradition of Shamanism in Sikkim: A Study of its Core Belief and Tribal Nature" in the year 2018.
Office AddressFaculty Room 2,
Academic Block,
NIT Sikkim
Contactsdhananjaystripathi9@nitsikkim.ac.in
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