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Sanghita Sen

Assistant Professor

Department: Arts

Sanghita Sen

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  • Chambal as Nomadic in Global and Local Narratives on Putli and Phoolan, Sen, S., Mukherjee, I. 1 Nov 2021, Post-humanist Nomadisms across Non-Oedipal Spatiality, Wilmington, DE, Vernon Press
  • Review: David Martin Jones, Cinema Against Doublethink: Ethical Encounters with the Lost Pasts of World History, Sen, S. 23 Jun 2021, In: Frames Cinema Journal
  • Ghatak in the Shadows: Films that Struggled, Sen, S. 2020, Shadow Cinema: The Historical and Production Context of Unmade Films, New York, Bloomsbury
  • From Damsels-in Distress to Indomitable Rebels: Women on Indian Screen, Sen, S. 2019, Gendered Ways of Transnational Un-Belonging from a Comparative Literature Perspective, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • Interweaving dystopian and utopian spaces, constructing social realism on screen: Bakita Byaktigato/The Rest is Personal, Sen, S. 8 Feb 2019, In: Open Library of Humanities
  • Review of Steven Rawle, "Transnational Cinema: An Introduction.", Sen, S. 2019, In: Frames Cinema Journal
  • Breaking the Boundaries of Bollywood: Women in a ‘Man’s Industry, Sen, S. 2018, Women Do Genre in Film and Television, New York, Routledge
  • Indian masculinity: an important intervention in gender and masculinity studies, Sen, S. 13 Dec 2018, In: Anthropological Quarterly
  • The spring thunder: revisiting the Naxal Movement in Indian cinema, Sen, S. 31 Mar 2018, In: Cinema et Cie
  • Tagore’s Women Heralding the ‘New Indian Woman’: A Critique of the Women’s Question in the Nationalist Discourse, Sen, S. 2017, Transcultural Negotiations of Gender: Studies in (Be)longing, New Delhi, Springer

  • Film and Television Studies PhD
  • Cultural Studies PhD
  • Teacher Training (TESOL) MA
  • Linguistics MPhil
  • Teacher Training PGDip
  • English Literature MA
  • English Literature BA (Hons)
  • Certificate in Academic Professional Development Programme University of St Andrews
  • Certificate in EFL/ESL Assessment School of Education, Indiana University, Bloomington, USA
  • Certificate in Screenwriting University of Edinburgh

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