Assistant Professor of English, NLUJAA

Ms. Aparajita Dutta Hazarika

M.A. (Gauhati University); B.Ed. (Gauhati University)

Ph.D. (Pursuing - Assam Don Bosco University)

UGC - NET

E-mail ID: aparajitadutta@nluassam .ac .in                 aparajita.dutta2011@gmail .com

Ph. No.: +91-361-2738891 (Office) Ext: 569

Ms. Aparajita Dutta Hazarika

Ms. Aparajita Dutta Hazarika is working as an Assistant Professor of English at NLUJA, Assam and is associated with the teaching of B.A., LL.B. Five Year Integrated Course since February, 2013. She did her B.A. in English from Handique Girls’ College, Guwahati under Gauhati University and M.A. with specialisation in American Literature from Cotton College under Gauhati University. She has a working experience of seven years and prior to joining NLUJA, Assam, she was working in Arya Vidyapeeth College, Guwahati. She also holds a B.Ed. Degree. She is a member of North East Writers' Forum (NEWF). She has a keen interest in creative writing and has published poems, short stories and book reviews in leading newspapers and magazines.

  • Research Interests: English Language Teaching, Indian Writing in English, Women’s Studies.

Publications:

  • Everyday Life in an Old Age Home in Assam, Journal of Literature and Cultural Studies, An Annual Refereed Journal of Mizoram University, Vol IV Issue I, June 2017, pp 91-106, ISSN 2348-1188.
  • None to accompany me: The Truth of Fiction in Human Rights Activist Nadine Gordimer Few Selected Novels, Human Rights and Global Challenges, 2017, pp 55-59, ISBN No. 978-81-202-8805-8.
  • Voices Of Conflict In Select Fiction of Temsula Ao and Easterine Kire, Dialogia: An Anthology of Critical Ideas, a Peer Reviewed Multilingual International Edition, 1st Edition, Volume 1,pp. 23-31, February, 2015, ISBN-987-81-924095-3-5.
  • Voices Of Conflict Within And Outside The Novels Of A Few Women Writers Belonging To The North East Of India  in Women Harassment Causes and Remedies, July 2014, pp 323-329, ISBN: 978-93-83580-24-8

Papers presented in International and National Seminars:

  • Voices of resistance in the works of Easterine Kire Iralu and Jahnavi Barua at the Two Day International Conference On Interdisciplinarity: Contemporary Research In Humanities, Social Sciences And Management Studies, Coin 2017 held at National Institute of Technology, Shillong on July 21-22, 2017.
  • None to accompany me: The Truth of Fiction in Human Rights Activist Nadine Gordimer Few Selected Novels at the National Seminar on Human Rights and Global Challenges organised by IQAC in collaboration with UNESCO at Guwahati College on May 20-21, 2017. 
  • The Feminine Subject In The Fiction Of Mamoni Raisom Goswami in the National Seminar on Prospects Of and Challenges In Bridging The Gender Gap held on May 02-03, 2014 at the National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam.
  • Others in Everyday Life: The Evaluation of Everyday life in an Old Age Home in Assam organised by the Department of English and Foreign Languages at Tezpur University, Assam held on March15-16, 2014.
  • Voices Of Conflict Within And Outside The Novels Of A Few Women Writers Belonging To The North East Of India at the ICSSR sponsored National Seminar on Harassment of Women : Different Approaches Towards Women and Creating A Women Friendly Environment in Society held at MDKG College, Dibrugarh, Assam, November 2013.
  • The Importance of Micronutrients in Food Security with Special Reference to the Girl Child in India at a state level Workshop on “Food Security for Healthy Life” organised by Save the Children, Assam in collaboration with the National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam, 2013.