Aniket Jaaware Publications
Kale-Pandhare Asphut Lekh, a collection
critical essays in Marathi, Pune: Hermes Prakashan, 2011
Introduction to Structuralism and Post-structuralism, New Delhi, Orient
BlackSwan Impression, 2009 (re-print)
Neon Fish in Dark Water,
illustrated volume of short stories, Ahmadabad, MapinLit, 2007
Articles ‘Of Demons and Angels and Historical
Humans: Some Events and Questions in Translation and Post-colonial
Theory’, in an anthology The Indian Post-colonial Critical Reader, eds.
Ellke Boehmer and Rosinka Chaudhary, London: Routledge 2010.
‘Who is it that is Singing? Shot-Music-Speech’ in The Indian Public Sphere:
Readings in Media History, ed. Arvind Rajagopal, OUP Delhi, 2009, pp.
Senses: A Speculation on a Scientific Discovery and Cinema’, in History
of Science, Philosophy and Culture in Indian Civilization, vol. XV Part
3 Science, Literature and Aesthetics, ed. Amiya Dev, Center for Studies
in Civilizations, New Delhi, 2009, pp. 227-233.
Raj Rao Publications
the Dark: Twenty One Queer Interviews, co-edited with Dibyajyoti Sarma.
Introduction by R Raj Rao. Sage Publications International, 2009.
Room 131 (Novel). Penguin Books, India, 2010.
Boyfriend (Novel) in Italian translation. Metropoli d'Asia, Italy, 2010.
- One Day
I Locked My Flat in Soul City (Short Stories) in Italian translation.
Metropoli d'Asia, Italy, 2011.
"Words for the Tombstone: Ezekiel's Sense of Failure and Sense of
Betrayal" in Apurva (Research Journal of the Faculty of Arts, Banaras
Hindu University), Vol. 13, 2007-2008.
"Nissim Ezekiel" in The Best of Quest, eds. Futehally, Prabhala & Sattar
Tranquebar Press, 2011.
"Merchant's Yaraana and Sukthankar's Facing the Mirror: Problematizing
the Queer Text" in G P Pradhan Memorial Volume, 2012.
"The Second Disruption: Teaching Creative Writing to M A (English)
Students" in Journal of Literature & Aesthetics, Vol. 4, Nos. 1 & 2,
"Notes from Tiger Country: A Journey Through the Tadoba Reserve" in
New Quest, 179-180, January-June 2010.
"TZP" in Mumbai Noir, ed. Altaf Tyrewalla. Akashic Books, New York,
"The Gang Rape" in Indian Literature (Journal of the Sahitya Akademi)
266, November-December 2011.
"Vanaprastha Ashram" in New Quest, 175-176, January-June 2009.
Poetry by the author has
appeared in the following journals recently:
Poetry Wales (U K), Vol. 38, No. 1.
Kavya Bharati, No. 22, 2010.
The Literary Review (USA), Vol. 52, No. 3, Spring 2009.
Interviews with the
author have appeared in the following publications recently:
The Construction of Queer Culture in India by Ana Garcia-Arroyo. Ellas Editorial, Spain, 2006.
Contemporary Indian Poetry in English, eds. Ramanan, Banu and Nayar.
Sahitya Akademi, 2010.
Indian Literature, 266, November-December 2011.
The author's literary
and research work has been cited in the following publications recently:
Ezekiel Remembered, ed. Havovi Anklesaria. Sahitya Akademi, 2010.
Forbidden Sex/Forbidden Texts: New India's Gay Poets, by Hoshang
Merchant. Routledge, 2009.
The Phobic and the Erotic: The Politics of Sexualities in
Contemporary India, eds. Bose and Bhattacharya. Seagull Books, 2007.
The Romance of Transgression in Canada: Queering Sexualities, Nations,
Cinemas by Thomas Waugh.Mc-Gill Queen's University Press, 2006.
Routledge International Encyclopedia of Queer Culture, ed. David
A. Gerstner, 2006.
Chandrani Chatterjee (Assistant Professor, Department of English) Publications
Translation Reconsidered: Culture, Genre and the ‘Colonial Encounter’ in
Nineteenth Century Bengal, based on the doctoral research has been
Scholars Publishing, 12 Back Chapman Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6
2XX, UK. (Jan, 2010)
‘Indian Poetry in English: A Study of Nineteenth Century Bengal.’ In Muse India
(issue 30, March-April, 2010).
‘Translation and Culture: An Instance of Early Printing in Bengal’. In New Quest (Vol.
175-176; Jan-June, 2009), pp 55-60. This article appears under the section heading
‘Social and Cultural History’.
‘Revisiting the Canon through the Ghazal in English.’
In Translation Today Vol 3, No. 1& 2, 2006, pp 183-205.
‘Translation and Literary Genres: A Case study of Poetry in Bengali and Marathi.’ In
Translation Today Vol 2, No. 2, Oct 2005, pp 116-127.
‘Cutting-Edge Anthology of Contemporary Indian Poetry in English’. In New Quest
(Vol. 179-180; Jan-June, 2010) pp 99-102.
Bhibhutibhusan Bandyopadhyaya’s Aranyak, translated by Rimli Bhattacharya
Aranyak of the Forest, Seagull Books, Calcutta, 2002. In Translation Today Vol 2, No. 2,
Oct 2005. pp 232-238.
KORDE (PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH)
RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS IN ENGLISH DURING THE LAST FIVE YEARS (2007-12) :
2007: “Marlow in Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness” in Partha Kumar
Mukhopadhyay ed. Literary Spectrums: Recent Studies in English
Delhi: Sarup & Sons, 2007. Pp: 181-191. [ISBN-81-7625-809-1:2007].
Sensibility as Reflected in Dr. Ashok Adhav’s Angry Tears” in
“Abhisaran” (Circulation), a tri-lingual (Marathi, Hindi & English)
annual research journal sponsored by Ministry of Human Resource, New
published by Balbhim College, Beed – 431 122 (M. S., INDIA). Issue No.
August 2008, pp. 20-24.
“Descriptions of Landscape in Sylvia Plath’s Crossing the Water [CW]
(1971) and Winter Trees [WT] (1971): An Approach” in “The Inside” (A
AnnuaL Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences) [ISSN-0974-1976], Volume
No. 03, 2008, pp. 141-155, published from Chandauli (Varanasi) – 232
Pradesh [India]. Editor: Dr. P. K. Singh, Reader & Head, Department of
Sakaldiha P. G. College, Saj\kaldiha, Chandauli, U. P. [Journal’s ISSN
“Landscape in Sylvia Plath’s Crossing the Water and Winter Trees” in
“Journal of Literature, Culture and Media Studies”, No. 1, (Summer, June
[Special Issue on Contemporary Women Writings], pp. 25-36. Editor:
Professor N. D.
R. Chandra, Department of English, Nagaland Central University, Kohima
(NAGALAND, INDIA). [ISSN-0974-7192]. (Reprinted)
“Indian Dalit Poetry: An Overview” in N. D. R. Chandra ed.
Multicultural Literature in India: Critical Perspectives, Vol. I. New
Book Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2009, pp. 1-19. (Reprinted).
“African-American Literature and its Aesthetics: Past, Present and
in “SYNTHESIS: An International Quarterly of English Literature and
Vol. 03, No. 02, June 2010, pp. 32-39. [ISSN-0974-8536].
“Preface” to Dr. Muktaja Mathkari’s book entitled A Feminist Perspective
the Selected Novels of H. E. Bates. Pune: Blue Bird (India) Limited,
June 2010, pp.
I-IV. [ISBN 978-81-907264-7-4].
Literature in Maharashtra as a Part of Indian Literature: A Brief
in “Literary Endeavour”, Vol. I, No. 2, July 2010, pp. 1-14.
“Landscape in Sylvia Plath’s Crossing the Water and Winter Trees” in a
book entitled Ecological Criticism for Our Times: Literature, Nature and
Inquiry. New Delhi -- 110 092: AUTHORSPRESS [Address: E-35, Jawahar
Laxminagar], 2011. Editors: Murali Sivaramakrishnan and Ujjwal Jana,
of English, Pondicherry University, Pondicherry ( INDIA). (Reprinted)
Literature in Marathi as a Part of Indian Literature: A Brief Survey”
in a book entitled Writing as Resistance: Literature of Emancipation.
New Delhi --
110 092: GNOSIS (An imprint of Authorpress) [Address: E-35, Jawahar
Laxminagar], 2011, pp. 152-165. Editor: Dr. Jaydeep Sarangi, Faculty,
of English, Jogesh Chandra Chaudhuri College (Calcutta University), 30,
Anwar Shah Road, Kolkata – 700 033, W. B., INDIA. [ISBN
“Treatment of Evil in Girish Karnad’s Tughlaq” in a book entitled
Essyas on Indian English Drama. Kanpur -- 208 006: SAHITYAYAN Publishers
Distributors [Address: 124/152-C Block, Govind Nagar], 2012, pp. 83-88.
Dr. R. T. Bedre, Faculty, Department of English, SSJES’ Arts, Commrerce
College Gangakhed, Dist: Parbhani (M. S.) INDIA. [ISBN
RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS IN MARATHI DURING
THE LAST FIVE YEARS:
2007: “Krantiche Geet Ganare Lekhak: Anna Bhau Sathe” (Anna Bhau Sathe:
Who Sang of Revolution”). “Krantidoot” (Ambassador of Revolution)
Pune. 24th –25th February, 2007, pp. 31-36. Editor: Ms. Vimal Dhalape.
souvenir was published on the occasion of Athave Rashtriya Bandhuta
Sammelan (Eighth National Fraternity Literary Convention / Meet), Pune
co-ordinated and held by Mr. Prakash Rokade and his associates in S. M.
Near Journalists’ Building, Sadashiv Peth, Pune on 24th –25th February,
The same paper is republished (reprinted) in :
A) 2007: Weekly “Bodhisatva Vandana: Sahityaratna Jayanti Visheshank -
Pune. August 2007, pp. 03-05 (RNI-Reg. No. MAH/MAR/2004/17237).
Editor: Arun Dasharath Dalavi, Pune.
B) 2007: Commemorative Issue on Lokshahir Anna Bhau Sathe (Lokshahir Anna
Bhau Sathe Gaurav Ank), pp. 104 -111, published on 31st July 2007 under
the aegis of Lokshahir Anna Bhau Sathe Chair of University of Pune,Pune
(M. S., INDIA). Editor: Prof. Ramnath Chavan, Chair Professor, Lokshahir
Anna Bhau Sathe Chair of University of Pune,Pune (M. S., INDIA),
Bhaunchi Vaganatye” (“Anna Bhau’s Folkdramas”). Anna Bhau
Sathe Sahitya-Samiksha (Anna Bhau Sathe Literary Criticism). Kolhapur:
Shramik Pratishthan, May 2010, pp. 111 – 116. Editor: Prof. Ranadhir
Bhauncha Jaatiantacha Ladha” (Anna Bhau’s Struggle for Annihilation of
Caste), Kapil Media Prakashan’s Lokshahir Sahityasamrat Anna Bhau Sathe
Ank, 30th August 2010, pp. 8-11.
RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS IN TELUGU IN
TRANSLATED FORM :
2010: “Anna Bhau Sathe Yatra” (based on my chapter in English book on
Anna Bhau’s Maza
Russiacha Pravas” (a travelogue by Anna Bhau Sathe) in a Telugu
“PRAJA SAAHITI”. Vol. 34, No. 1, August 2010, pp. 22-23. Editor: Dr.
Address: C/o Murthy Book House, Jaleel Street, Arundel Pet, Karl Marx
VIJAYAWADA (A. P.) [INDIA].
2009: As a Member of Board of Studies (BoS) in English, Sant Gadge Baba
Amravati University,Amravati (M. S.), I was involved in selection of a
textbook entitled Fast Tracks: A Multi-skill Course in English by P
Bhaskaran Nair, G Radhakrishna Pillai and Geetha Rajeevan. New Delhi:
Cambridge University Press India Pvt. Ltd. under the imprint of
Foundation Books, 2009. ISBN 978-81-7596-677-2 (Paperback). The book is
an anthology of prose, poetry and fiction, interview skills and group
discussion and is prescribed as a textbook for first-year BA Compulsory
English course of Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati.
2009: As a
Member of Board of Studies (BoS) in English, Sant Gadge Baba Amravati
Amravati (M. S.), I was involved in selection of a textbook entitled
Intermediate English Grammar:
Reference and Practice for South Asian Students by Raymond Murphy. New
University Press India Pvt. Ltd., 2009; 63rd Reprint. ISBN 13:
978-81-7596-676-5. The book is
prescribed as a textbook for first-year & second-year BA [Compulsory
English] course of Sant
Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati.
University of Pune. All Rights