Dr. Swati Guleria Shukla

Ph. D, Fulbright Fellowship, UGC-NET, M.A., B.A.
Assistant Professor

Contact

Email: swati.shukla@jaipuria.ac.in
Location: Jaipuria Lucknow

Research Areas

Business Communication
Public Speaking
Feminism
English Literature

Teaching Areas

Business Communication

Biography

Dr. Swati G. Shukla is an academician and a researcher. She holds a Doctoral degree from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur. She is UGC-NET qualified and a recipient of prestigious Fulbright Fellowship of USA. Her research and teaching experience span close to a decade during which she taught courses related to language, communication and literature at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.

She has articles published in national and international flora. She has attended workshops and presented papers in national and international conferences. She is a member of various societies like English Language Teacher’s Association of India, Mathura Chapter (ELTAI), Osmania University Centre for International Studies, Hyderabad (OUCIP) and Society for the Promotion of Indian English Literature (SPIEL).

Her teaching interests include Business Communication, Cross-cultural communication, Remedial English, Professional Communication, Academic Writing, Literary Criticism, and English Literature. Her research interests include Business Communication, Public Speaking, Feminism, Contemporary American Women Novelists, Indian Women Poets and Novelists.

Research

  • Guleria, Swati and Gurumurthy Neelakantan. “Home and the Negotiation of Identity in Anne Tyler’s The Accidental Tourist.” (Accepted for Festschrift Publication to honour Dr. Sumita Roy, Head, Department of English, Osmania University)
  • . Guleria, Swati and Gurumurthy Neelakantan. “Anne Tyler’s Transnational Vision in Digging to America.” (A full-length essay under revision for possible publication in a reputed international journal.)
  • Guleria, Swati and Gurumurthy Neelakantan. “Transnationalism in Anne Tyler's Digging to America.” Notes on Contemporary Literature. 39.2 (March, 2009): 2-4. Print.
    ISBN: 0029-4047. (A Short Essay).
  • Guleria, Swati. “Feminism in the Works of Some Contemporary Indian English Women Poets.” Rainbow Redemption. Ed. Binod Mishra. 1st ed. New Delhi: Adhyayan
    Publishers & Distributors, 2007. 137-46. Print. ISBN: 978-81-8435-018-0
  • Guleria, Swati. “On the Subversion of Patriarchy in Indian Women's Poetry in English.” Roots and Blossoms. Eds. S. K. Paul and Amar Nath Prasad. 1st ed. Vol. 1.New Delhi: Sarup & Sons, 2007. 270-86. Print. ISBN: 81-7625-741-9.
  • Guleria, Swati. “Feminism in Some Contemporary Indian English Women Poets.”International Conference on Commonwealth Literature, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee. (October 13-15, 2005). 39-40. (Abstract).


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