Rose Taniya Joly

Rose Taniya Joly

MA English, UGC NET, MPhil

rose@rajagiriviswajyothi.org

Qualification       :        MA English, UGC NET, MPhil

Blog                       :         www.boredatbakerstreet.wordpress.com

Hometown           :        Kochi

Rose Taniya Joly is an Assistant Professor in English Department at RVCAS. She completed her Post Graduate studies in English Language and Literature from St. Teresa’s College, Ernakulam with a thesis in Spatial studies, a reading of Arundhati Roy’s novel The Ministry of Utmost Happiness. She also has an MPhil in English from St. Teresa’s college, Ernakulam with a thesis in Nomadic theory, a reading of Isabelle Allende’s City of the Beasts. She did a course on Creative Expression from Richmond, The American University in London (2017).

Areas of Interest :

  • Cultural Studies
  • Literary theory and Philosophy
  • Phonetics
  •  Ancient History
  • Mythology and mythic studies
  • Science Fiction
  • Creative Writing and Editing
  •  Translation Works in English and Malayalam

Work Experience:

  • Guest Lecturer at St. Paul’s college, Kalamassery (1 June 2019 – 30 Aug. 2019)
  • Works as a freelance translator; helped Kreupasanam Marian Shrine and Retreat Centre in association with Leemation Media Production (Jan. 2017 – Feb. 2017)
  • Instructor in English at the Government Higher Secondary School, Chittoor Rd., Ernakulam as part of extension work carried out by the Teresian Rural Outreach Programme (2015-16) and created a syllabus for teaching English to the students
  • Worked as a Fellow at Guardians of Dreams, a non-profit organization (2018-19) and Volunteer (2017- 18)

Positions held:

  • Class in Charge  of I BA English, St. Paul’s college (2019)
  • Co-ordinator of Women Empowerment cell, St. Paul’s college (2019)
  • Member of Discipline committee, St. Paul’s college (2019)

Currently Delegated Works:

  • Class in Charge of IIIrd Semester  BA English (Triple Main)
  • Literary Club Coordinator

Awards and Achievements:

  • Published a book entitled Stories for Those Who Still Believe in Magic and Adventure, ISBN-13:978-93-5207-167-8, AuthorPress Publishers
  • Published an article entitled “Charting Voices and Vicissitudes: A Discourse on Power and Space in Arundhati Roy’s The Ministry of Utmost Happiness” in TJES, an international peer-reviewed journal
  • Edited a collection of short stories entitled On the Way Back Home, ISBN-978-1-63781-908-1
  • Received a score of C1 Advanced in the British Council – English Score Test
  • National Award for Innovation – Creation of Environment-friendly car and Sustainable Environment, jointly organized by Auto-Expo and Indian Chamber of Commerce (2011)

Seminars/ Workshops/ Conferences attended:

  • Presented a paper titled “Ouroboros/ Autopoiesis: From Cave Painting to Cloud Computing” at ‘Predacious Emoticons and Endangered Letters: International Seminar on the Impact of Hegemonic Ideograms on Language and Social Media’, organized by the Department of English, Government College for Women, Thiruvananthapuram (21-23 Nov 2019)
  • Conducted the National Seminar ‘Celluloid Ceiling’, focusing on women directors: their struggles, transition and growth, on 18 2019
  • Presented a paper titled ‘Food and Spirituality: The Mantra of Wellness’ at Prajna 2K19 – the PG Students’ Seminar on ‘The Metaphysics of Food’ conducted by the PG Department & Centre for Research in English, Baselius College, Kottayam (28 Jan 2019)
  • Attended the International workshop on ‘Ending Violence in Childhood’ conducted by Know Violence in Childhood (A Global Learning Initiative) and St. Teresa’s College (Autonomous), Ernakulam (18 Jan 2019)
  • Participated in the International Seminar on ‘Art and Democracy: The Political Aesthetics of the Contemporary Age’ (7-9 Jan 2019)
  • Conducted the National Seminar on ‘The Politics of Food: Representations and Practices’ conducted by the Dept. of English and Centre for Research, St. Teresa’s College (Autonomous), Ernakulam (21 Jan 2018)
  • Volunteer for Indo-Swedish Academic Project hosted by the Indo-Swedish Academic Exchange Forum (ISAEF) and St. Teresa’s College (Autonomous), Ernakulam (21-29 Oct 2017)
  • Participated in the International Workshop on ‘International Research Methods and Academic Skills’ organized by Root International, UK and SPECT Global (8,9 Aug 2017)
  • Attended the UGC sponsored workshop on Translation Studies entitled ‘Traversing Borders’ (1 Feb 2017)
  • Participated in the International Lecture series ‘Discourse on Classics’ (18 Aug 2016)
  • Participated in the Neighbourhood Youth Parliament ‘Yuvasamvad- 2015’ organized by the Govt. of India (Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports)

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