MA, MPhil, MA Philosophy, PGDCA


MA English, MA Philosophy, M.Phil English, NET, PGDCA

Master Degree (with Subject, Institution  and Year) : MA English, St. Thomas College, Pala, 2012

Ph.D (with Subject, Institution  and Year): English, Pursuing since 2019, Centre, St. Xavier’s College for Women, Aluva, MG Univrsity

Other Degree Details
  • MA Philosophy, Annamalai University
Memberships in different Association:

Member of Cognitive Science Society, #124-4730 University Way NE 104 Seattle, WA 98105.


The Cognitive Science Society brings together researchers from around the world who hold a common goal: understanding the nature of the human mind. The mission of the Society is to promote Cognitive Science as a discipline, and to foster scientific interchange among researchers in various areas of study, including Artificial Intelligence, Linguistics, Anthropology, Psychology, Neuroscience, Philosophy, and Education. The Society is a non-profit professional organization and its activities include sponsoring an annual conference and publishing the journals Cognitive Science and TopiCS.


Awards Received: Selected as the Best NSS Programme officer of MG University in the year 2016 -17

  • Globalizing Space: The Spatial Orientation in Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness.” Research Scholar, ISSN 2249-6696, Vol. II Issue No. IV, December 2012.
  • “Treading towards the Brahman: Upanishadic Reading of Anita Desai’s Journey to Ithaca.” Research Scholar, ISSN 2249-6696, Vol. III, Issue No. I, March 2013.
  •  “Dalitality and Patriarchy: Double Colonization in Bama’s Karukku.” Discourse, ISSN 2321 – 0214, Vol. I, Issue 1, March 2013.
  •  “Identifying with Nature: Ecofeminist Reading of Guillermo del Tor’s Pan’s Labyrinth.” IJPC, ISSN 0974-7370, June 2014.
  • “Interpolating the Divine Sagas: Religious Renaissance in Mediascape.” Discourse, ISSN 2321 – 0214, March 2015.
  • “The Transsexual Dilemma: “The Making of She-Male” in The Truth about Me: A Hijra Life StoryDiscourse,  ISSN 2321 – 0214, October 2017.
  •  “Treading Through the Maze: A Reading of Umberto Eco’s The Name of the Rose based on Vastu Sastra,” The EFL Journal/ www.openhumanitiesalliance.org, ISSN 0976-660X, June 2016.
  • “Eloquent Structures: Architectural Codes in Umberto Eco’s The Name of the Rose.” Science and Society, ISSN 0973-0206 , June 2015. 
  •  “Sexual Minorities and Laughter: Gendered Reading of Malayalam Television Programmes.” Lux Montis, ISSN 2249-6896, December 2014.
  •  “Cultures in Interaction: Diasporic Overtones in Amy Tan’s Bonesetter’s Daughter.” Pursuits. ISSN 0974- 7400, November 2014.
  •  “Beyond Theory: The Cognitive Turn and the Revival of Reading in Literary Studies.” Isal Paithrukam Vol. 31, December 2022, pp. 201-219, ISSN:2582-550X. December, 2022 (UGC CARE listed) 
Conference Presentation
Type of


Topic Organizer Title of the paper


National Seminar Re- ‘tracking’ the celluloid: History, politics and Popular culture in films The Post Graduate Department of English, N.S.S College Pandalam Reinventing New Texts: Adaptations as Interpretations of Shakespeare’s Hamlet
International Seminar Ending Gendered Violence: From Theory

to Practice

All Saints’ College Trivandrum Gendered Temple Architectural Spaces of


National Seminar Bioregional and Ecocritical Discourses: Nature and Narration New Man College Thodupuzha Identifying with Nature: Ecofeminist Reading of Guillermo del Tor’s

Pan’s Labyrinth

National Seminar Media and Culture: Creations and Transcreations St. Xaviers College for Women, Aluva Interpolating the Divine Sagas: Religious Renaissance in Mediascape
National Digimodernism: Configuring Literature and Society School of Letters, MG University Commoditizing the Female Self in Select Malayalam Vlogs
International Theory and Discursive Practices in the Age of Interdisciplinarity Bharathmata College, Thrkkakara and Royal university of Bhutan Beyond Theory: Cognitive Poetics and the Revival of Reader in Literary Studies
Book Chapters
  •   “Commoditization of the female self in select Malayalam Vlogs. ” Digimodernism: Configuring Literature and Society. Published by School of Letters, MG University, Kottayam, Amazon Kindle, 2020, ASIN : B085B798PM

Others: “Tharakathinte Vazhiye” in Gurumozhikal, Published by Jeevan Books

Research interest/ Area of Specialization:

Cognitive Studies, Semiotics

Achievements in research

Reviewer/ Editor details: Reviewed “Disability and Marginalisation: Politics and Public Policy Making in India”, Paper ID: ERCICSSH1924074 By Anju Unny for Euresia Research Foundation, GRDS Publishing

Extension Activities


  • Workshop on “Academic Writing and Project Preparation” at the Dept. of English, Catholicate College, Pathanamthitta on 9.12.2019



  • “Gender and Environment Sensitization” and “Academic Journal Review” at Nirmala College, Muvattupuzha on 4 January 2020


  • “Academic Book Review” and  “Scientific Temper and Aspects of Research in Contemporary Society” at Nirmala College, Muvattupuzha on 11.01.2020



  • Lecture on “Feeling the Nature: Cognition and Experience in Ecocriticism” as part of national seminar on Eco-consciousness in Language and Literature at Bon Secours College for Women, Thanjavur, Tamilnadu on 15.04.2021


  • Research Methodology Workshop at St. Xavier’s College for Women, Aluva on 18.06.2021


  • Research Methodology Workshop at Naipunya Institute of Management and Information Technology, Calicut on 13.08.2021


  • Student Induction Programme Lecture on “Communication Skills and its Importance” at Keltrac, Training Centre, Arroor on 12.11.2021


  • “Fashioning yourself “– personality development programme for NSS Volunteers on 26.12.2021



  • Quiz master – Litt Regatta on 25 March 2022 at Newman college, Thodupuzha



  • Workshop on Research Methodology – part 1 at St. Xavier’s College for Women, Aluva on 6 January 2023


  • Workshop on Research Methodology – part 2 at St. Xavier’s College for Women, Aluva on 18th March, 2023