Dr Gayathri Prabhu

Associate Professor

Manipal Centre for Humanities

CURRENT ACADEMIC ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Gayathri Prabhu is Associate Professor at Manipal Centre for Humanities. She is also a PhD Guide at MCH.

SUBJECTS CURRENTLY TEACHING

Subject Subject code Semester
Modernism
Political and Spiritual Rhetoric
Gender and Sexuality
Medical Humanities
Postwar Anglophone Fiction
Creative Writing

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

Degree Specialisation Institute Year of passing
Phd English University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
M Phil Creative Writing Swansea University, Wales, UK
MA Mass Communication Mass Communication Research Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi

AREAS OF INTEREST, EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH

Area of Interest

Twentieth Century Anglophone Literatures; Global Modernisms; Creative Writing; Gender & Sexuality Studies; The Indian Novel.

Tropics, Medicine, and Pandemic: The Bubonic Plague in Lakshmibai Tilak’s Smritichitre

2020-28-10

ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment

Ethical dilemmas in mental health resources for college students: A reflective case study

2020-29-09 Kangkana Bhuyan Bhavishya Kalyanpur Debasmita Phukan Shafeer KV Suma T Udupa Avinash G Kamath Gayathri Prabhu

Indian Journal of Medical Ethics. https://doi.org/10.20529/IJME.2020.100

Shadow Craft: Visual Aesthetics of Black and White Hindi Cinema

2020 Gayathri Prabhu Nikhil Govind

Bloomsbury Academic

Desire, sanity and the middlebrow aesthetic: The case of Triveni’s Sharapanjara

2019-14-10

The Journal of Commonwealth Literature

Vetaal and Vikram: Riddles of the Undead

2019-31-10

HarperCollins India

The Disappearing Act: Humanities in the Medical Curriculum in India

Indian Journal of Medical Ethics Vol IV No 3 July-September 2019

Communicating Resistance in/through an Aquatic Ecology in KR Meera’s ‘The Gospel of Yudas’

2019-14-02

in 'Routledge Handbook of Ecocriticism and Environmental Communication'

My body is a lantern: Oscillopsia and an experience of Ayurveda

2018-29-12

Indian Journal of Medical Ethics

Why Remember, Why Tell?

2018-01-09

Economic and Political Weekly. Volume 53, Issue 35.

Medical Themes in a Literature Classroom: An Alternate Perspective on Medical Humanities Pedagogy in India

2018-07-08

Indian Journal of Medical Ethics

Shared Motives: History and Fiction in the Representation of Tipu Sultan

2017-01-10

Manipal Research Review, Volume 4, Issue 2

An Insider's Practical Dream: Review of 'The Ethical Doctor' by Kamal Kumar Mahawar

2017-01-07

Indian Journal of Medical Ethics. Vol II No 3, July-September 2017

If I Had to Tell It Again: A Memoir

HarperCollins India, November 2017

The Untitled: Art and Intrigue in the Last Summer of Tipu Sultan

2016-16-09

Fourth Estate, HarperCollins India, 2016

Retelling Nature: Realism and the Postcolonial-Environmental Imaginary in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide.

2015-01-05

Transnational Literature Vol 7, No. 2

All Dressed Up and Everywhere to Go: Fashion and Clothing in the Modernist Novels Passing by Nella Larsen and Jean Rhys’s Voyage in the Dark

2014-14-08

Ecloga: New Work in Modernist Studies Special Edition. Strathclyde, UK

Writing a Life Between Gender Lines: Conversations with A. Revathi about her autobiography The Truth About Me: A Hijra Life Story

2014-01-02

Writers in Conversation Vol. 1, No. 1

Figurations of the Spiritual Squalid in Allen Ginsberg’s Indian Journals: Transformation of India in Post-War Beat and American Imagination

2013-21-11

Transnational Literature Vol 6, No. 1

She of the Cryptic Clues

2011-21-12

Lisle, Illinois: Fifth Wednesday Journal

In Search of Rumer Godden’s India

2010-21-04

Rumer Godden: An International and Intermodern Storyteller. Eds. Lucy Le-Guilcher and Phyllis B. Lassner. Surrey, England: Ashgate.

Birdswim Fishfly

2006-20-12

Delhi: Rupa & Co.

Maya

2003-05-07

New Delhi: Indialog Publications