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Smriti Handoo

Assistant Professor,



Ms. Smriti Handoo teaches English Literature and English language at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences. She has completed her BA and MA in English literature from University of Delhi. She has also submitted her M.Phil. Dissertation at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. She has been teaching English Literature at the masters level and English language to International students since 2018 at Sharda University. Her areas of interest include Postcolonial studies, Kashmiri Literature in English and Latin American Literature.

  • 2 Years
  • BA English
  • MA English
  • Pursuing M.Phil
Award & Recognition




  • Presented paper titled “Critique of cultural hegemony in Dependency theory: Reading Latin American lettered city in the work of Guaman Poma De Ayala” at JNU in a workshop on “Dependency Theory in the XXI Century”
  • Presented paper titled “A spectre of polyphonic themes in the fiction of Horacio Castellanos Moya: A scrutiny of state violence in senselessness and the dream of my return” at Jamia Millia Islamia in a seminar “Encuentro Literario/Literary meet on espacios plurals.”
  • Presented paper titled “A Spectre of polyphonic themes in Horacio Castellanos Moyas fiction: A scrutiny of state injected brutality in Senselessness and The Dream of my return” at the VI International conference on Hispanism in JNU, organized by Centre of Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and Latin American Studies, held on 8-9 March 2018.
  • Presented paper titled “Penetrating the thematic latitude of Seven Interpretive essays on Peruvian reality.” at ELTAI Conference in Sharda University on 24 March 2018.
  • Presented paper titled “Analogous structures of power and ‘bare life; Understanding the dynamics of power in Guatemala and Kashmir through selected literary texts.” At International Conference in EFLU Hyderabad, organized by Department of Hispanic and Italian studies on 1-3 November 2018.
  • Presented paper titled “Testimonial Narratives of State Violence in Guatemala and Kashmir: Memory as an Impressionistic Echo.” At International Conference, in Delhi University, Department of Germanic and Romance Studies.



Area of Interest

  • Kashmiri Literature
  • Latin American Literature
  • Post Colonial Studies