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Dr. Aju Aravind

Associate Professor, Deparment of English ,School of Arts, Humanities & Commerce, Amritapuri

Qualification: MA, Ph.D
ajuaravind@am.amrita.edu
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Research Interest: Cultural Studies, Film Studies

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Dr. Aju Aravind, an accomplished scholar with a PhD in English, serves as an Associate Professor at Amritapuri campus

Publications

Journal Article

Year : 2019

(Re) Thinking women in cinema: The changing narrative structure in Bollywood

Cite this Research Publication : Aju Aravind,Manzar Benazir , (Re) Thinking women in cinema: The changing narrative structure in Bollywood, South Asian Popular Culture Volume 17, Issue 1, Pages 1 - 132 January 2019

Publisher : Scopus

Year : 2018

Revisiting ethno-nationalism: A study of nihal de silva’s the road from elephant pass

Cite this Research Publication : Kachhap, Bibhuti Mary ,Aju Aravind , Revisiting ethno-nationalism: A study of nihal de silva’s the road from elephant pass , Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in HumanitiesVolume 10, Issue 1, Pages 37 - 47 2018.

Publisher : Scopus

Year : 2017

Narration of the displaced: A study of female characters in the Novel Island of a Thousand Mirrors

Cite this Research Publication : Kachhap, Bibhuti Mary ,Aju Aravind, Narration of the displaced: A study of female characters in the Novel Island of a Thousand Mirrors, Forum for World Literature Studies, Volume 9, Issue 1, Pages 164 - 177March 2017.

Publisher : Scopus

Year : 2017

Beyond the figure of the husband: Television serials and the cultural image of the Malayali

Cite this Research Publication : Aravind, Aju ,Rinku M, Abou Raihan , Beyond the figure of the husband: Television serials and the cultural image of the Malayali, Forum for World Literature StudiesVolume 9, Issue 2, Pages 317 - 332June 2017.

Publisher : Scopus

Year : 2016

From animation to reality race/gender, the myth of the American dream and Tom and Jerry cartoons

Cite this Research Publication : Aju Aravind, From animation to reality race/gender, the myth of the American dream and Tom and Jerry cartoons, Journal of Dharma , Volume 41, Issue 1, Pages 27 - 48 January-March 2016.

Year : 2016

Reflections on the emerging trend in comics culture: Adaptation of Sholay into a comic book

Cite this Research Publication : Manzar, Benazir; Aravind, Aju , Reflections on the emerging trend in comics culture: Adaptation of Sholay into a comic book , IUP Journal of English Studies, Volume 11, Issue 1, Pages 53 - 56 2016.

Year : 2016

Sans history, sans style

Cite this Research Publication : Aju Aravind, Sans history, sans style , Economic and Political Weekly ,Volume 51, Issue 41, Pages 78 - 798 October 2016.

Publisher : Scopus

Year : 2016

Children’s mind: Cultural values in Chhota Bheem

Cite this Research Publication : Rinku, M Abou Raihan; Aravind, Aju.  Children's Mind: Cultural Values in Chhota Bheem, IUP Journal of English Studies; Hyderabad Vol. 11, Iss. 1, (Mar 2016): 28-31.

Year : 2011

Mammy Two Shoes: Subversion and reaffirmation of racial stereotypes in Tom and Jerry

Cite this Research Publication : Aju Aravind , Mammy Two Shoes: Subversion and reaffirmation of racial stereotypes in Tom and Jerry , IUP Journal of History and Culture Volume 5, Issue 3, Pages 76 - 83July 2011.

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