Krishnagar Women’s College

Aurobinda Sarani, Krishnagar , Nadia

Estd- 1958


Name-  Dr. Suryendu Chakraborty

Educational Qualification- M.A, Ph.D

Designation- Assistant Professor

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Dr. Chakraborty has completed his Graduation in English from St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata in 2000 and M.A from University of Calcutta in 2002. He was awarded Ph. D from University Of Kalyani in 2014. He has joined Krishnagar Women’s College in 2006. Before that he served as a Full Time Faculty at Narula Institute of Technology and Heritage Institute of Technology respectively. He has participated and presented papers at various National and International Conferences both within India and abroad. Currently he is in charge of IQAC at Krishnagar Women’s College. His research interest includes Gender Studies, Sexuality and American Literature.

  1. Research activities-

• Dr.Suryendu Chakraborty was awarded Ph.D in 2014 for his thesis on ‘ To Other Women who were Ugly Once’ : Race,Class and Gender in Chicana Fiction.
• Completed UGC Sponsored Minor Research Project on ‘The War of Birds and Bees’: Race,Class and Gender in Chicano/a Fiction: A Study of the Works of Rudolfo Anaya and Helena Maria Viramontes.
• Ongoing UGC Minor project on Bodies Bound and Unbound-Theories in Embodiment.
• Important Publications:

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1) The Bitch: ‘La Malinchi’ and the Construct of the Deviant Female in Chicana Feminist Theory. 

Illuminating the Dark Side:Evil, Women and the Feminine, Andrea Ruthven and Gabriela Madlo,Oxford,UK.


2) ‘ Colour-line to the Borderlands’: Producing Border Epistemologies with Gloria Anzalduas’ Borderlands

Sociology in the 21st Century:The First Decade ,La Frontera,The New Mestiza.ISBN-978-81-921808-1-6.


3)  ‘ Rape of the Law-Crime,Corruption,and Chicano Gangs’.

Sanghat o Sahishnuta , ed. A.Chattopadhyay&Kaberi Indra, Publication Unit, Krishnagar Women’s College,ISBN-978-81-924395-1-8


4) ‘A Skin of Ink’:The Tattoist and the Body in Performance.

Rupkatha Journal,ed. Tarun Tapas Mukherjee. ISSN 0975-2935,VOL-V,No-2.


5) ‘ Social and Imaginary Space in Sandra Cisnero’s The House on Mango Street’.

Wizcraft Journal of Language and Literature.Vol.II,Issue-I. ISSN-2319-4952


6)  ‘ Negotiating Ethnicity :Diasporization in AnnaCastillo’s So Far From God.

The Diasporic Dilemma:Exile,Alienation and  Belonging,ed.P.Mukherjee & S.Bhattacharya. ISBN-978-81-8043-111-1 Creative Books,New Delhi.