Research and Publication
  • Payal Khurana,, “Angst and Rebellion in Black American Literature,” published in International Journal of Multifaceted and Multilingual Studies, ISSN 2350-0476, Vol.3, No.4(2016)

  • Divyabha, “Dalit Literature: An Insurrectionary Voice” Contemporary Literary Review India, Vol. 3, No.3, pp 110-119, Aug 2016.

  • Divyabha, “Purging Excruciation of Women in the Works of South Asian Writer Anjana Apachana” International Journal of Multifaceted and Multilingual Studies, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp 1-4, May 2016.

  • Divyabha, “The Changing Phase: Search for Individuality in Binding Vine” Global English- Oriented Research Journal, Vol. 2, No.1, pp 162-167, Jun 2016

  • Payal Khurana, “The Western Influence on Post-Colonial Indian Women in Anita Nair's 'Mistress'” Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies, Vol. 4, No. 6, pp 72-74, May 2016

  • Payal Khurana, “Dilemmas in Life of Women in Contemporary Indian Society” International Journal of Multifaceted and Multilingual Studies, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp 1-7, May 2016.

  • Shrutimita Mehta, “Globalisation and Multiculturalism in Contemporary Indian Literature:Reflections on the Works of Shashi Deshpande” Creative Writing and Criticism, vol.XII, no. 2, pp.77-85,Apr 2016.

  • Payal Khurana, “Dystopian Reality of Human Existence in Contemporary Human Society” International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities, Vol. 4, No. 4, pp 251-255, Apr 2016.

  • Divyabha, “The Pursuance of Endurance: A Postcolonial Discourse of Cultural Diaspora in the Works of Jhumpa Lahiri.” Creative Writng and Criticism, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp 117-122, Apr 2016.

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  • Payal Khurana, “Angst and Rebellion in Black American Literature” International Journal of Multilingual and Multifaceted Studies, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp 1-4, Apr 2016.

  • Shrutimita Mehta, “Conventions to Individuality in Shashi Deshpande’s Roots and Shadows” Creative Writing and Criticism, vol.XII, no. 2, pp.109-114,Apr 2015.

  • Shrutimita Mehta, “Subjugation and Struggle for Existence in Shashi Deshpande’s ‘If I Die Today’: A Perspective,” Crestive Writing and Criticism,vol. XI, no.2, pp.6-11, Apr 2014.

  • Payal Khurana, Article published in monthly magazine, Haryana Recorder,“Learning Foreign Language Courses: Moving Ahead With Time,” in Issue No. 11,Nov 2014,Vol. No. 5

  • Payal Khurana, “Black Humor Elements Exhibiting Dystopian Reality in Nathanael West’s A Cool Million,” Vetri Education-An International Biannual Journal of English Studies, Vol. 9, No. 4, pp 28-32, Oct-Dec 2014

  • PayalKhurana, “Redefining Life and Existence: Indian Women in Quest of Identity,” published in Sukhadia University Journal of English Literary Studies, ISSN:2320-3056, Volume 1, No. 1,2013-14.

  • Payal Khurana, “Redefining Life and Existence: Indian Women in Quest of Identity,” Sukhadia University Journal of English Literary Studies, , Volume 1, No. 1, 2013-14

  • Payal Khurana, “Deculture and Dehumanization : Recipes of Apocalyptic Disintegration and Dehumanization in Nathanael West’s Miss Lonelyhearts,” published in Interactions, An International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Volume II, Issue 1, Jan 2013. ISSN: 2277-3940

  • Payal Khurana, “Violence as Catharsis: Recipe of Apocalyptic disintegration in Nathanael West’s The Day of the Locust” published in book, An Anthology on Catharsis, Edited by Dr Omana Antony, ISBN: 978-81-909732-9-8. February,2013

  • Payal Khurana, “Guiding Emotions and Stress Management through Emotional Intelligence,” published in edited book Business Transformation by Human Capital Management: Global trends & Challenges by Institute for Technology and Management, Navi Mumbai. June 2013, ISBN: 978-93-509770-9-5

  • Payal Khurana, “Assorted Roles of Modern Women: A Post -Modern Stance” published in online proceedings at two days National Conference on  Transforming India at Delhi Technological University, Delhi (Formerly DCE) on 12- 13 April, 2012. http://www.authorstream.com/kartavyaindia/1

  • Payal Khurana, “Women Empowerment: An Ordeal for the Contemporary Indian Society” published in online proceedings at two days National Conference on  Transforming India at Delhi Technological University, Delhi (Formerly DCE) on 12- 13 Apr, 2012. http://www.authorstream.com/kartavyaindia/1           

  • Shrutimita Mehta, “Reflections on come up and be dead by Shashi Deshpande: A

  • Psycho-social Assessment”, Creative Writing and Criticism (An International Biannual  
    Journal of English Studies), vol. 2, pp. 79-86, May 2012.

  • Payal Khurana, “A World of their Own: Women at Crossroads in Anita Nair’s Ladies Coupe,” published in BPR Technologia, A Journal of Science, Technology  and Management, ISSN :2278-8387, Volume 1, Issue 1, 2012

  • Payal Khurana, “Fusion of Myth and Reality in Namita Gokhale’s Shakuntala: The Play of Memory (2005)” published in book Contemporary Social Realities in Indian English Fiction of Post 1980’s ISBN: 9789381212325

  • Payal Khurana, “Violence as Catharsis: Recipe of Apocalyptic disintegration in Nathanael West’s The Day of the Locust” published in the proceedings of  two-day National Conference on Urban Catharsis: The Psycho-Moral Cleansing Effects of Literatures in English, organized by Department of English, Lingaya’s University, Faridabad held on 3-4 Feb, 2012. ISSN 978-81-909732-6-7 pg no. 262-265.