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Faculty Profile

Mr. Avishek Deb
Lecturer
Institute of Applied Science & Humanities

Contact Details:

Email: avishek.deb@gla.ac.in

Contact Number: 9935465582

ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS

2010 onwards

**Ph.D

Department of English, B.H.U.

Banaras Hindu University

2009

M.A.(English)

Department of English,

B.H.U. 

Banaras Hindu University

2007

B.A.Hons.(English)

Faculty of Arts

B.H.U.

     Banaras Hindu University

2004

I.S.C.(XII Standard)

St. Michael's H.S. School.Durgapur.

I.C.S.E., New Delhi

2002

I.C.S.E.(X Standard)

St. Patrick's H.S. School.Asansol.

I.C.S.E., New Delhi

Presently pursing Ph.D on the topic “Ideology as Dramatic Action: a Select Study of Habib Tanvir, Badal Sircar and Utpal Dutt.” in Department of English, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi and completed U.G.C. ‘Course Work’ criteria. 

RESEARCH PAPERS PUBLISHED:

  • Deb, Avishek. Reality Questioned: An Experimental Screen Technique of Akira Kurosawa’s Rashomon in Badal Sircar’s play That Other History. Anusilana, Vol. LVIII, Varanasi: Manvi Seva Samiti, 2014.
  • Bhattacharya, Pinak Sankar & Avishek Deb. Tagore’s Karna-Kunti Samvad. Muse India, Issue 39 2011. http://www.museindia.com/viewarticle.asp?myr=2011&issid=39&id=2853
  • Deb, Avishek & Dr. J. S. Jha. Rehistorifying prisms of darkness: Marginalization in Badal Sircar’s Indian History Made Easy and Stale News. Ars Artium, I Vol., New Delhi: Paragon Publishers, January 2013. 

RESEARCH PAPERS PRESENTED IN CONFERENCES:

  • Deb, Avishek. Simulation and Reality of Indian Dream :A Study of Leftist Dialectics in Badal Sircar’s Bhoma with Reference to Rural-Urban Dichotomy. “International Seminar on Theory At Work: Text, History and Culture” Department of English, Banaras Hindu University in Collaboration with Sahitya Akademi &ICSSR, New Delhi. November 2010.
  • Deb, Avishek. Staging Beyond the Colonial Enigma of Box and Arch: A Study Badal Sircar’s Third Theatre.  “International Conference on Decolonising The Stage: Paradigm, Practice and Politics” Department of English. Banaras Hindu University. November 2011.
  • Deb, Avishek. Figuring the Reality through Subjective Versions: A Study of Exchanging Technique in Cinema and Literature. “National Seminar on Text Screen Interface: Cinematic Encoding and Indian English Literature” Department of English and Other Foreign Languages, Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith, Varanasi. February 2012.
  • Jha, J.S. & Avishek Deb. Rehistorifying Prisms of Darkness: Marginalization as Represented in Badal Sircar’s Indian History Made Easy and State News. “National Seminar on Mediating Marginalities”. Centre of Women Studies & Development. Faculty of Social Sciences, Banaras Hindu University. March 2012.
  • Deb, Avishek. Translating and Performing a ‘Rural’ from the ‘Royal’: An Analysis of Habib Tanvir’s Kaamdev ka apna Basant Ritu ka Sapna and William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”7th Biennial World Shakespeare Conference on Shakespeare Across Cultures. Department of English, Banaras Hindu University in Collaboration with Shakespeare Society of Eastern India, Kolkata.” December 2012.
  • Deb, Avishek. Unmasking the Oppression and Violence: A Study with reference to Habib Tanvir’s Charandas Chor.’ “National Seminar on Women and Violence”. Centre for Women’s Studies & Development, Faculty of Social Sciences, Banaras Hindu University. March 2013.
  • Deb, Avishek. Battling with Imperialism from Page to Stage to Screen: An Analysis of Utpal Dutt’s Ferari Fauj. “International Conference on Literature to Cinema: Appropriation, Adaptation, Adulteration”. Department of Humanities & Social Sciences, National Institute of Durgapur, West Bengal in Collaboration with ICSSR. June 2013.
  • Deb, Avishek. Violence! The Court is in Session: Communication of the ‘Cold’ Alliance against Reason through Utpal Dutt’s Hunting the Sun. “International Conference on Literature, Language and Communication: ‘An Essential Trident”. Amity University, Lucknow in Collaboration with Shakespeare Society of Eastern India, Kolkata. December 2013.
  • Deb,Avishek. Ideology as Fictionality: Suppressed Historical Narratives in Manohar Malgaonkar’s The Garland Keepers. “International Seminar on Reading/Understanding Fiction in Contemporary Times”. Department of English, Banaras Hindu University in Collaboration with Sahitya Akademi &ICSSR, New Delhi. March 2014.