Dept of English SPPU Sponsored Two-day State-Level Students’ Seminar
The Department of English is organizing a Two-day State-Level Seminar on 15th and 16th February 2019, titled “Reconstructing Perceptions of Womanhood: Myth, Body and Taboo”. The seminar has eminent speakers like Dr Malavika Karlekar, New Delhi, editor of the international Sage Publications Indian Journal for Gender Studies who will speak on Visual Histories. Dr Chandrani Chatterjee, SPPU, will speak on translating the woman’s body, Dr Sneha Gole from the Women’s Studies Centre will discuss current issues on feminism, Dr Laila Garda, head of research KEM Hospital will share her experiences in the field and renown social worker Laxmi Narayan will talk about the rag-pickers at SwAch. Students from St Mira’s and other parts of Maharashtra have worked hard and will present their papers based on data they have gathered working in the field. The students’ papers will be published as conference proceedings in order to initiate them into the world of research.
The scope of the seminar is to examine past perceptions towards the woman’s body and how these perceptions have changed due to corporate, social, religious and cultural interventions and thereafter manifested themselves in myth, cinema and advertising.Click Here For Registration Form