Specialization : TS Eliot ; 19th Century Women Travellers
26 years of experience including Postgraduate teaching at Jadavpur University, besides serving as expert on PSC Interview Board and Member on the Board of Studies , Calcutta University
Several articles in reputed journals besides presentations at international conferences in Wolfson College at University of Oxford, Centre for Studies in Romantic Literature, and Loreto College; also delivered talks at National Council of Education, AIWC, and on Radio.
Two UGC Research Projects on women and travel.
Three Study Modules on Wordsworth, Coleridge, and Victorian Thought for NSOU.
Contributor to Historic Dictionary on Indian Personalities and Places, Govt. of W. Bengal.
“A Battle of One’s Own: Writings of Affrilachian Women Poets,” Aspects of Modernity: American Women’s Poetry, Loreto College, 2014.
“Sister Nivedita: The Quintessence of Woman Power,” Newsletter, Women’s Studies Centre, Lady Brabourne College, 2013.
“Beyond the Purdah: A Quest for Space, Voice and Visibility,” Metaphorical Visibility: An Indian Perspective, Maulana Azad College in collaboration with the Women Studies Centre, RBU, 2012.
T.S. Eliot`s Early Poetry: The Genesis of his Social Criticism, Lady Brabourne College Journal, Vol. 1, 2010.
Zenana Gaari : Travel Narratives by the Gendered Subaltern in Colonial India, in Women and Environment, Women`s Study Cell, Chandannagar College,2009.
`The Two Minds of America`, American Studies Research Centre, Hyderabad 1993.