Prof. Munira T

    Ph.D, M. Phil., M.A. English Literature




    American Literature, Translation Studies


    C-3, Nazir Ahmad Road, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh,


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Dr. Munira T is a Professor in the Department of English (Women's College) at Aligarh Muslim University. She has many publications in national and international journals to her credit. She has attended several international and national conference and seminars in the area of American Literature, Translation Studies, Indian English Writings, and English Language Teaching. She has conducted online workshops on Communication Skills and Personality Development. She has also been a resource person of English Access Microscholarship Programme under Regional English Language Office (RELO), American Centre for eight years. She was invited to visit the United States of America by the Department of State for attending the International English Teachers Conference. It was the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) in 2012.

  1. Vocalizing the Voiceless: Struggle to find a Personal Voice - Maxine Hong Kingston's The Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Girlhood among Ghosts
  2. Clash of Cultures and a Search for Identity in Qaisra Shahraz's Revolt
  3. Twice Marginalised: A Postcolonial Feminist Reading of Sunlight on a Broken Column
  1. Anxiety of Representation in Minoritarian Studies: Muslim Women’s Fiction
  2. Funny Short Stories as Motivators for Language Learning
  3. The idea of Anti-hero in Upamanyu Chaterjee's English August: An Indian Story
  4. Representation of Love, Revenge and Sacrifice in Khushwant Singh's Train to Pakistan
  5. Objectivism as a way of Life: Ayn Rand's Philosophy
  6. Gendered Self: Postmodernist Handling of a Sensitive Issue in Mahesh Dattani's Tara
  7. Pearl S. Buck's My Several Worlds: A Multicultural Biography
  8. Self and Other Dichotomy and the Voice of Humanity in Select Plays of Asif Currimbhoy
  9. Communicative Games: Towards Better Language Acquisition
  10. Culture in Transition: Pearl S. Buck's East Wind: West Wind
  11. He deserves the real appreciation: Contribution of Asif Currimbhoy to Post-Independence Indian English Drama
  12. Selfishness as Virtue: Ayn Rand's Objectivism
Methods of TTranslation
Susan Bassenett - Translation Studies
Introducing Translation Studies: Theories and Applications by Jeremy Munday