DEPARTMENT OF
English

faculty

Mr.Amal Toms

Assistant Professor

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Full Name:
Amal Toms
Designation:
Assistant Professor
Department:
English
Mobile Number:
+91 8089678867
Educational Qualifications:
MA, M Phil
Awards and Achievements:
First Rank in M. Phil from School of Letters, MG University.
Area of Specialization:
Oscar Wilde, Romantic Poetry
Papers Presented:
  • “Plurivocity of Humour: Satirizing the Quotidian Nationalness in Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children”. UGC sponsored National Seminar on Humour and the Nation organized by the Department of English, Assumption College, Changanacherry. July 1-2, 2015
  • “Tracing the ‘Third Space’ in Diasporic Writings: A Transcultural Reading of Rohinton Mistry’s Swimming Lessons”. UGC sponsored National Seminar on The Diaspora Consciousness, organized by Post Graduate and Research Department of English, Mar Thoma College, Thiruvalla. January 22-23, 2015
  • “Cartooning Superhuman Desires: Tracing the Trajectory of ‘Transhumanism’ in Superhero Narratives”. UGC sponsored National Seminar on Dessin Humoristique: Cartoons beyond the Column organized by the Department of English, St. Aloysius College, Edathua. January 9-10, 2015
  • “Transcending Gender through Transgressive ‘Performance’: A Butlerian Reading of Oscar Wilde’s Salome” UGC Sponsored National Seminar on Gender and Culture organized by the Postgraduate Dept. of English and Centre for Research, Baselius College, Kottayam. December 17-18, 2014
Papers Published:
  • “Problematizing the Metonymy of Representation in Gopal Guru’s Essay ‘How Egalitarian are the Social Sciences in India?’ ”.Research Journal of English Language and Literature: A Peer Reviewed International Journal. Vol 4. Issue 1.2016, pp. 135-138. Global Impact Factor – 4.26. ISSN: 2395-2636(P): 2321 – 3108(E).
  •  “Subject and Subject-Formations in Literary Texts: A Critique of Catherine Belsey’s Esaay ‘Addressing the Subject’ ”.Research Journal of English Language and Literature: A Peer Reviewed International Journal. Vol 4. Issue 1.2016, pp. 223-229. Global Impact Factor – 4.26. ISSN: 2395-2636(P): 2321 – 3108(E).
  •  “The Humour of Dissidence: Reconstructing the Concept of Nationality through Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children”. Albertian Review of Literature. Vol 3. No. 1.2016, pp. 75-80. [ISSN 2394-3009].
  •  “Tracing the ‘Third Space’ in Diasporic Writings: A Transcultural Reading of Rohinton Mistry’s Swimming Lessons”. Proceedings of the National Seminar on Diaspora Studies (January 2015): pp. 133-140. [ISBN 935258095-89789352580958].
  •  “Transcending Gender through Transgressive ‘Performance’: A Butlerian Reading of Oscar Wilde’s Salome”. Baselian Researcher. Vol 16. Issue 1 (January – June 2015): pp. 129-132. [ISSN: 0975-8658].
  •  “Cartooning Superhuman Desires: Tracing the Trajectory of ‘Transhumanism’ in Superhero Narratives”. Baselian Researcher. Vol 15. Issue 2 (July – December 2014): pp. 129-132. [ISSN: 0975-8658].
OFFICIAL ROLES IN ADMINISTRATION / CORPORATE LIFE OF THE COLLEGE:
  • Teacher in Charge – English Debating Club (2016 – 2017)
  • Teacher in Charge – English Literary Association (2017 – Present)