Dr. Aparna Nandha
“Wolf Hall:Contextualising Historiographic Metafiction”. International conference on Contextualising the Contemporary in Culture. IIT Madras organized by CPRACSIS, 2011.
“The Act of Naming: A Study of Pseudo-identities in Ondaatje’s Select Fiction”. International Seminar on Ethnicity, Identity and Literature. Assam, India,11-14 October, 2012.
“Historical Scholarship and Social Engagement in Postcolonial Historiographic and Literary Writings” International Conference on Historians as Engaged Intellectuals: historical writing and social criticism. Institute for Social Movements, Ruhr University, Germany. September 19th-21st, 2013.
“Stories of a separatist war: A study of the dynamics between ‘Justice’ and ‘Religion’ in Roma Tearne’s Mosquito”. International conference on English language and literature, Pondicherry. 14th-15th, November, 2014.
“Fiction’s contribution to History: Sri Lankan Civil unrest through the eyes of Michael Ondaatje’s Anil’s Ghost and Roma Tearne’s Mosquito”. International conference on Civil Unrest and Socio-Political Changes: Marginalisation, Disintegration, Exclusion. Tibilisi State University, Republic of Georgia. 26-29 May, 2015.
“Perspectives on Sri Lankan Civil War in Fiction”. Grappling with the Sacred, IIT Madras. 22nd to 24th January, 2016.
“A Reading of Sea in Contemporary Sri Lankan War novels: A study of Ondaatje’s Anil’s Ghost and Tearne’s Mosquito”. Sea and Literature. Cochin, Kerala. 29th-30th September 2016.
“Emerging Trends of Narration in Postmodern Indian Fiction: A reading of Adiga’s White Tiger”. English in India: Emerging Trends. University of Hyderabad. 17th February 2017.
“Case Study on Chitra Banerjee Divakurni’s The Mistress of Spices and its Film Adaptation”. Film and Literature: Challenges of Adaptation. Dr. MGR Janaki College of Arts and Science. 26th July 2017.