Postcolonial Literature & Translation

Dr. Gurudev Meher

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Department of English

+91 9438181277

Dr. Meher has completed his Ph.D. from Department of English, Ravenshaw University, Cuttack. He has qualified the National Eligibility Test (UGC NET) in June 2012. He has more than fifteen years of academic experience, teaching in various colleges of Odisha, including Rajendra College, Balangir.  His research interests include Postcolonial Literature, Diaspora Studies and Translation.  He has worked as the Consulting Editor to The District Gazetteer of Balangir, a Government of Odisha Undertaking. He is also an accomplished translator and has recently authored two translated books with Bloomsbury Publication. Currently, he holds the position  of Asst. Professor in the Department of English, Ravenshaw University since 2013.

Selected Publications

  1. “Dismantling Englishness and Globalizing Space: Post-imperialist Disillusionment in Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Remains of the Day”, Remarking12 MAY 2016, ISSN: 2455-0817 .
  2. “Re-visioning the Diasporic Dilemma: Narrating ‘Home’ and Composite Identities”, Asian Resonance3 JULY 2017, ISSN: 09768602.
  3. “Rethinking Englishness: Multiculturalism and the Question of Belonging”, International Journal of English Literature2 April 2017 SSN(P): 2249-6912.
  4. “Identity and Belonging in Diaspora Fiction: Re-imagining ‘Home’ in the Migrant’s consciousness”, The Criterion: An International Journal in English2 April 2017, ISSN: 0976-8165.
  5. “Relocating Home in Diasporic Imagination: Translating Diasporic Desire”, International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities3 March 2017