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evangelineEvangeline Manickam
Professor
Room No.: HSB 340
Phone : +91 44 2257 4504
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Academic Background
  • Ph.D. (American Literature) from University of Madras
  • M.Phil (American Literature) from University of Madras - 1976
  • M.A. (English Language & Literature)Christian College, Madras University -1974
  • B.A. (English) from Christian College, Madras University - 1972
Courses and Teaching Interests:
  • English for Communication
  • Humanities in Technological Age
  • Values, Technology, Science & Society
  • Short Story Classics
  • American Studies
  • French
  • American Litt. Survey
  • American Short Story
  • American Poetry
  • Post Modernist Fiction
  • Feminist Writing : Theory & Fiction
  • Indian Fiction
Research Interests:
  • American Literature : Poetry, Fiction
  • South-Asian Literature : Diaspora Writers : Expatriation and Exile
Area of Doctoral Research:
  • M.Phil (Pre-Doc) - Man-Woman relationship in the poetry of Edwin Arlengton Robinson
  • PhD - Grace through Voilence - A study of short stories of Flannery O' Connor and J.E. Powers
Area of Post Doctoral Research:
  • Fulbright Scholar - A study of Flannery O'Connor Manuscripts; Evangelical Christianity in the American South and Southern India at University of Georgia & Louisiana State University
Professional Membership:
  • Indo American Centre for International Studies
  • Indian Association of American Studies
  • International Society for Humour Studies
Research Guidance (Ph.D):
  • Mrs. EN Kurian The Active and the Contemplative in the Fiction of JD Salinger, Sole Guide: 1985-87 Re-transferred & submitted under Prof. Krishna Rao, Jan 1988.
  • Mohana Saxena The Dark Night of the Soul: Alienation in the Novels of Robert Penn Warren 1990
  • R. Kokila Ethnic Family in America : A Study of Selected Novels of John Updike, James Baldwin & Phillip Roth 1991
  • Sangeeta Menon From Celebration to Critique: A Study of Magical Realism in the Fiction of Gabriel Garcia Marquez 1997
  • Latha Ranghachari Narrating the Nation: A Study of Selected Novels by Expatriate Women from the Indian Sub-Continent 1998
  • Meera Viswanathan Resistance to Institutionalised Domination in the Fiction of Fay Weldon and Anne Tyler 1999
  • Joycee Mathew Poetry of Richard Wilbur 2008