Dr. Meetu Bhatia Kapur

Dr. Meetu Bhatia Kapur

PhD(English), M.A(English)

Dr. Meetu Bhatia Kapur completed her Doctorate from Rajasthan University, Jaipur, Rajasthan on the novels of Amitav Ghosh in 2005. Her area of interest is Women’s Writings and Contemporary Indian English Writings. With a teaching experience of 20 years and an avid love for books, she has many national and international conference presentations, workshops and publications to her credit. She also has the credential for translating Jain Studies into English. Dr.Meetu has successfully conducted workshops for Engineering Students on Career Orientation and Personality Development Programmes. She also is the member of a number of prestigious academic organizations.

  • Environmental Challenges and Response- A Study of Ethnicity and Culture of Bengal in the novels of Contemporary Bengali Diaspora Writers
  • Motherhood in a Shifting Paradigm: Novels of Manju Kapur and Anita Nair at a glance. Gender Equality & Women Empowerment. Interrupting the Monologue: The Poetics and Politics of Motherhood. ISBN: 978-981-11-7373-8
  • Nationalism, Ethnicity and Media Ethics. Ambrish Saxena. Kanishka Publishers, New Delhi. ISBN 978-81-934480-5-2
  • Comparative Literature: A Global Perspective. Ed by Prof. S. Chelliah & Dr. Bijendra Singh. Pacific Books International, New Delhi. ISBN- 978-93-86655-60-8
  • From Subjugation to Selfhood- A Journey of Ipesity in the novel My Feudal Lord by Tahmina Durrani: Chronicle of Humanities and Cultural Studies. An International Bi-Monthly Journal.ISSN: 2454-5503,Vol.4 Issue 2. Feb.2018
  • Diaspora, Women & Marginalized- Literary Perspectives. Ed by Dr. Omana Anthony; Dr. Bijendra Singh. Pacific Books International, New Delhi. ISBN 978- 93-866655-51-6
  • Feminism & Feminist Issues- A Literary Perspectives. Ed by Dr. Omana Anthony; Dr. Sandhya Tiwari. Research India Press, New Delhi. ISBN- 978-93-5171-112-4.
  • Emerging Revolutionary Advancements in English Language Teaching. ISBN 819085672-0
  • Visual Language: An Approach to Contemporary Knowledge
  • And Learning: International Journal of English Literature, Language and Humanities. ISSN- 2321-7065. Volume III- Issue I, March 2015.
  • Traversing Across Cultures: A Comparative Study of Identity in the novels of Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Lowland and Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s One Amazing Thing. International Conference Proceedings: The Impact of Social Changes in English Language and Literature. ISBN: 978-81-924212-5-4
  • Transgression of Journey: A Reconstruction of Female Identity in the Novels of Anita Nair: The Criterion- An International Journal in English. ISSN 0976-8165. Vol. 6, Issue. II. April 2015
  • Search for Self Identity and Liberation in Anita Nair’s Ladies Coupe and Taslima Nasrin’s The French Lover: Dynamics of Progression- A Critical Overview of Indian Women’s Writing in English. ISBN: 978-83842-57-5
  • Merging Technology with Language- Enhancement in Learning and Teaching Strategy. International Journal of English and Literature (IJEL). ISSN(P) 2249-6912; ISSN (E) 2249-8028.
  • Indian English Women Writers- A Study of Comparison of Traditional and Modern Oeuvre: Research Scholar- An International Refereed E-Journal of literary Explorations ISSN 2320- 6101 Vol 2 Issue IV November 2014
  • Historical Mapping of Dislocation and Identity Crisis in the novel The Shadow Lines: Journal of Higher Education and Research Society, ISSN 2349-0209 Issue 1Vol 3 October 2014
  • Feminism and Humanism- A Soul-Searching Journey of Female Protagonist in the novel The Blasphemy: International Conference Proceedings Lingaya University. ISBN 978-81-924212-7-8. Awarded Best Paper Presentation for the same
  • Enslavement and Liberation: Chains to Change Journey in Anita Nair’s Mistress and Lessons in Forgetting: Lingaya’s International Refereed Journal of English Language and Literature: ISSN: 2348-1617
  • “The Transfiguration of Memory in The Shadow Lines”, a novel by Amitav Ghosh, in the book titled ‘Indian Writing in English-The Last Decade’, Rawat Publications, Jaipur and New Delhi, 2002