Wednesday, 30 January 2013

Papers


1.“Translation as Manipulation: A Study of Nilakanth Das’ “Dasa Naeka” and Tennyson’s “Enoch Arden.” Translating  Alien Culture. Eds. Amrit Mehta and Lakshmi Haribandi. Hyderabad: Bookslinks, 2000.

2.“The Multicultural World of Sujata Bhatt  Modern Indian Poetry  in English. Eds. Nila Shah and Pramod K. Nayar. Delhi: Creative Books, 2000.

3.“Re-visioning History: A Study of Mahasweta Devi’s Aranyer AdhikarKakatiya Journal of English Studies.18.1998.

4. “Translating the Other: Ethnographic and Fictional Representation of the Tribals”. Journal of English and Foreign Languages. June, 2001

5. “The World of Oral Poetry: Songs of the Bhils” NEW Quest. 148. (April-June 2002)

*6. “The Use of Folktales in the Teaching of English.” JEFL June 2003.

7. “Ethnography As Travel: Verrier Elwin’s Indian Journey.” Travel Writing and the Empire. Ed. Sachidananda Mohanty. Delhi: Prestige Books,2003.

*8.The Role of Literature in  English Language Education.” Conference Papers. UGC National Conference on New Directions for Language and Literature Studies.28-29 November 2003.

9. “ Literature and Humanistic Values.”  Triveni. July-September 2004.

10. “The Role of Stories in English Language Education.” The English Classroom. June 2005.

11. “ Imaging the Adivasis: The Tribal in Indian Films. “ JEFL.  June 2005.

12.  “ Using Previous Knowledge in Teaching Language through Literature. “ JELT. July-August 2005.

13.“ Representations of Princely India in Indian  English Novels”Indian English Novels: Critical Perceptions. Ed. N.D.R.Chandra. Delhi: Sarup and Sons.2007.

14. “Painted Words: An Anthology of Tribal Literature.Points of View 9.2. (2002)

15. “Fantasy: A Collection of Short Stories  edited by V.Sasikumar” JEFL. June 2004.

16.”Pratibha Ray: “A Worthy  Inheritor of the Humanist Tradition.” The Mahodadhi.  2003.

17. “ Sarojini Naidu in Course Books” ELT Quarterly. 2009.

18.  “Developing  Academic Skills of Underprivileged Students at the M.A. Level. “ The English Classroom.  2008

19. “ Local Knowledge: A Study of C.K. Janu and Bama.” The New Quest. Dec.2008

20. “ Myths of the Bondas : A Survey.” Indigeinity: Culture and Interpretation. Ed. G. N. Devy. Delhi: Orient Black Swan, 2009.

21. “ Negotiating Culture in Translating Tribal Folktales” Translation Today. 2010

22. “ Autobiography as History.”  Creative Forum. Delhi: Bahri Publications, 2010.

23. “ Using Indigenous Oral Narratives as Scaffolding in L2 Learning.” Languaging. 2010

24. “ Problems of Students in  Understanding University Lectures.”(with Suchismita Barik). English and Spoken English. Ed. Murali Manohar . Delhi: Atlantic, 2012.

25. “Folktales in the Study of Literature.” ELT Vistas 2009.

26. “ Folktales as  Instructional Material.” Lokashruti Vol.1. 2010

27. “Wisdom and Indigeneity:  Lessons from Folktales” Lokaratna.Vol.3. December 2010

28. “Using Non-Conventional Materials in the English Classroom.” ELT Quarterly. Vil.12.2.Setember 2010

29. “ Performative Traditions of the Gondas of West Odisha.” Theorizing the Margins and the Other. Ed. Bheemaiah. Jaipur: Aaviskar Publishers and Distributors, 2012.

30. “ More Space for Indian English Writers in Course books” ELT Quarterly.ISSN0975-0258. June 2011.

31. “English among the Underprivileged: A Case Study of the Linguistic Minority Learners in West Odisha.” Language in India.  May 2011

32. “The Poetics of Protest: The Poetry of Vasudev Sunani.”Contemporary  Discourse. July 2011.

33. “ (English Language) Education for All and Teacher Development.” English Language Teachers’ Interactive Forum. ISSN2230-7710 Vol.1.4 December 2010.

34. “ Localizing Materials : Using Folklore for English Language Education.” English Teaching Professional. 2011.

35. “Developing Strategies to Cope with Academic Disparities.” Theory and Practice in Language Studies. ISSN 1799-2591. Sept. 2011.

36.”Nature and the Adivasi  Belief Systems.”(with Pramod K. Das). Muse India. August 2011. ISSN 0975-1815

37. “Developing emotional literacy along with language skills” Journal of ELTIF. 2.2 (April-June 2011)
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38. “Ecological Concerns in the  Adivasi Poetry of Jharkhand” Lokaratna. December 2011.

39.  “ELT in Multilingual Contexts” The English Teacher. May-July, 2012.

40.”The Poetics of Philosophy: Literary Writings of Dr R.C. Pradhan” The Philosophical Thoughts of Dr Pradhan. Ed. Ranjan K. Panda. Delhi: Overseas Publications, 2014.

41. “From Standardized Test to Multiple Assessments” ELT Quarterly. 

42. “ How to  Write an Assignment?”  English Language Teaching: Perspectives from the Periphery. Jaipur: Aavishkar  Publishers.

43. “Using Proverbs in ELT” Media and Utopia: Imagination, History, Technology. 2013.

44. “Situating English in  Tribal Contexts.” Imagining the Intangible.  2013

45. “Indigenizing ELE Materials” . Liberating Learning. Conference Proceeding- Special Issue, Sansodhan E-Journal.  ISSN 0975-4245

46.”Folklore for English Language Education.” ELTIF . 

47.” A Conversation with Professor B.N. Patnaik” Lokaratna.Vol. V and VI. August 2013.

48. “Integrating Culture with English Language Teaching.” ELT Weekly. 1-7 August 2013

49. "Folklore as History: A Study of Myths of the Gondas of West Odisa." Dalit Literature and Historiography. Delhi: Pragati Publications, 2014

50."From Mother Tongue to Many Tongues: Teaching English to Linguistically Minority Students". Global Journal of English Language and Literature.

51. "Blending the Oral with the Digital: Using Technology as a Pre-Reading Aid for Juanga (Tribal) Learners to Teach English". Making the Indian Classroom More Inclusive. Conference Proceedings. Edited by C. Murali Krishna and C. Sharada (With Harichandan Kar)

52. "From Standardize Test to Multiple Assessments: Strategies for Improving Assessment Practices at the PG Level". ELT Quarterly. 16. 2-3. December 2013. ISSN No. 0975-0258. pp. 52-62.

53. "The Wheel will Turn": A Book Review. Muse India. May-June, 2014.

54. "Folklore as a Multilingual Resource: Using Proverbs in English Language Education". ELT Weekly Volume 6, Issue 12. May 12, 2014. ISSN 0975-3036

55.  "Converging Genres: R K Narayan's The Guide for the English Classroom". Research Scholar -An International Refereed e-Journal on Literary Explorations. (ISSN:2320-6101), Vol. 2 Issue II, May 2014.

56. "Need Based English in the Context of Setting Curriculum for Under Graduate Engineering Courses in India – Some Observations and Suggestions". IJMEIT.  Vol. 2 Issue 5. May 2014 Page No: 227-229. ISSN: 2348-196x (with K.V.G. Purnachandra Rao).


57. “Challenges in ESL/EFL Teaching Environment: Role of College Teachers” International Research Journal for Intellectual Science and Management. ISSN:2320-656X (print).  June 2014. (With KVG Purnachandra Rao.)


58. “Fact, Fiction and Plight of  the Child: A Study of Mulk Raj Anand’s Coolie. Research Scholar. Volume 3.1. February (2015). 

59. "Vygotsky’s Theories of Learning and Their Experiment in English Language Education.” ELTIF. ISSN NO. 2230-7710. Vol. VI.4 (October-December). 2015)

60. “Performing Ritual, Performing Identity: The karma Festival of the Binjhals.”Research Scholar. May,2015.

61. “Aspects of Odia Culture in Jayanta Mahapatra’s Poetry.”  Spring Magazine on English Literature 1.1 December 2015.

62. “Nature, Poetics and Pedagogy: A Study of Rabindranath Tagore’s  Writings. ELTIF.  ISSN 223—7710. . ISSN 223—7710. Accepted.

63. “ Law, Legacy and the Stigmatized: The Plight of the De-Notified Tribes in India.” Research Scholar. March 2016. ISSN 232—6101. Accepted.

64. “Contextualizing English Language Education.” JELLS. ISSN 22780742.January 2016.

65. "Stories of Success: Strategies used by Gond Learners of  English".(With Sadanand Meher).  JELLS


66. “Spiritual and the Material: Insights from Sarala’s Mahabharata.” Accepted. Research Scholar January 2017.

67. “ The Jara of Sarala’s Mahabharata.”  Accepted. IJELLS. January 2017. 


68. “Translation for Human Understanding: The Importance of Translation of Tribal Narratives”. Literary  Insights. July, 2017. 


69. “Oral Traditions of the Tribes in the Face of Digital Technology”. Issues and Perspectives in Unwritten Languages. Delhi: Sahitya Akademi. (Accepted) 

70. “Representation of  women in Tribal Literature.” Indigenous Literature.  Ed. KBS Krishna. Delhi: Authors Press, 2017.

71. Lo(k)calizing the Epic: Integration of the Folk  As a Device in Sarala’s Mahabharata.”Spring Magazine of English Literature. Vol.2, No.2, 2016. ISSN: 2455-4715.

72. “ Foreword” . in Literary Culture Across the World: Eco-critical Studies. Ed. Manoj  Singh. Delhi: Adhyayan  Publishers and Distributors.

73. "Integrating Folklore in the Humanities Syllabi to Expand its Contour". Aligarh Journal of English Studies. (Accepted)

74.  Using Local languages in School Education: The Use of L1 in L2 Classroom. ELTIF. (Accepted)

75. "The Impact of the District Centre Scheme Courses on Professional Development." International Journal of Research on Culture and Society. October 2017. ISSN 2456-6883 Pp.9-12.
Co-Author: Jyothi Masuram.

76. “Lok(c)al izing  the humanities syllabi: Integrating the Folk to Expand the Contour” Journal of the Faculty of Arts. Aligarh Muslim University. Bicentennial Volume. 10.1 (2018) 65-80.  ISSN2348-9871. 

Tuesday, 29 January 2013

Courses offered by Anand Mahanand at EFL University, Hyderabad




 M A

1. English for Academic Purposes .

2. Language through Literature.


PG Diploma in Teaching of English
3.Effective Practices in English for Specific Purposes


Ph. D 

4. Academic Writing (Co-taught) 

Anand Mahanand's Profile and Publications






Dr Anand Mahanand

Education: M.A. (JNU), M. Phil., Ph. D( University of Hyderabad), E-Teacher Training in ESP (Oregon)

Institutional Affiliation: Professor, Dept. of Materials Development, Testing and Evaluation. School of English Language Education, English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad, India

Research Interests: Language through Literature, English in Multilingual Contexts, English  for Academic Purposes, Folklore & Tribal Narratives.

e-mail: amahanand991@gmail.com 


Books 
1.   Study-Skills (with Ajit Kumar and Meera Srinivas). Hyderabad: CIEFL, 2005. 
2.  Tribal Literature   in India. Hyderabad: CIEFL, 2005.
3.  Tribal Folktales from  Orissa. Bhubaneswar: Akademi of Tribal Languages and Culture,2009. 
4.      Real English. Book 4. (With S. Sreetilak). Delhi: Viva Books, 2010. ISBN: 978-81-309-1351-3.
5.      English through Folktales. (With Lalita Goswami). Delhi: Viva Books, 2011. ISBN:   978-81-309-1472-5. 
6.  Maa-Maatira Gita (Songs of the Soil). Cuttack: Kharashrota Publications,2010.
    1. Voices of the Forest- Tribal Folktales of Southern Orissa.With a Foreword by G.N. Devy.  Baroda: Purva Prakashan,2012. ISBN; 978-81-922405-8-9.  
    1. Imagining the 'Other': Representations of Tribal India in Fiction. Lambert Academic Publishers,2011. ISBN: 978-3-8443-5595-6. 
    2. English for Academic and Professional Skills.(With a Foreword by S.Mohanraj) Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill,1012. 1.  ISBN:978-1-25-902608-9. 
    3. English Language Teaching: Perspectives from the Periphery. Jaipur: Avishkar Publishers ,2012. ISBN:978-81-7910-407-1. 
    4. Lo(k)cal Knowledge: Perspectives  on Dalit, Tribal and Folk Literature.(With a Foreword by Kailas C. Baral) Delhi: Authors Press, 2012. ISBN 978-81-7273-735-1. 
    5. Mastaka Mani.  Bhubaneswar: Page Maker Publications, 2012. 
    6. Echoes of the Oppressed: Stories of the Marginals (With Ramesh C. Malik. Bhubaneswar, Page Maker Publications, 2012. 1. ISBN:978-81-920052-4-9
    7. Outbursts: A Collection of Poems. Delhi: Authors Press, 2014. 1.       ISBN:978-81-7273-608-8. 
    8. Riddles for the English Classroom (with Bhavesh Kumar). Bhubaneswar: Pagemakers, 2014. 1.      ISBN: 978-81-920052-8-7. 
    9. The Whispering Groves: A Collection of Poems. Amazon.in.2014. 
    10. Beeja Mantra and Other Stories.By Pratibha Ray. Trans. Anand Mahanand & Pramod K.Das. Ed.Jayashree Mohanraj. Delhi:Authors Press, 2014. ISBN: 978-81-7273-935-5. 
    11. Study Skills: Learning to Learn. Delhi: Viva Books.  (With Amit Kumar). ISBN: 978-81-309-3243-9.
    12. Diversity: Tales for the Multilingual Classroom. (With Subhasis Nanda). Delhi: Authors Press. ISBN 978-93-5207-189-0. 
    13. Literature for Language Skills. Chennai: Yes Dee Publishing Private Limited, 2017. 
    14. Multilingual Education in India: The Case for English. (Eds.). Mishra, M. K. & Mahanand, A. (Eds.). Delhi: Viva Books, 2016. ISBN 978-81-309-2763-3
    15. Tales of Wisdom: Folktales Retold. Mohanraj, S.& Mahanand, A. (Eds.).  Delhi: Authors Press, 2016. ISBN 978-93-5207-229-3. 
    16. Folktales from around the World. Mohanraj, S.& Mahanand, A. (Eds.).  Delhi: Authors Press, 2016. 978-93-5207-229-3. 
    17. Dusk. Saraswati Mohanti. Ed. Anand Mahanand. Trans. Supriya Sahoo. Bhubaneswar: Amadeus Press, 2016. 
    18. Chhata Upara Kothari. Trans. Anand Mahanand & Lalita Goswami. Bhubaneswar: Page Maker Publication. ISBN: 978-81-920052-9-8.
    19. Oral Traditions of the Indian Tribes. Delhi: Authors Press. 2017.  ISBN: 978-93-872-81-32-5
    20. Tribal Literature in India. Second Edition. Hyderabad: EFLU, 2018. ISBN: 978-81-906869-5-2. 
    21.  Classroom Tasks in English: A Resource Book for Multilingual Teaching.Eds. Anand Mahanand, Amit Kumar and Subhasis  Nanda Delhi: Viva Books. (Forthcoming)