Sagarika Dash



37/A , Chandaka Industrial Estate, Near Infocity , Patia, Bhubaneswar , Odisha 751024

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Sagarika Dash

Designation: Asst. Professor in English
Area: English literature, Communication skills, Business Communication.

Brief Profile

Sagarika Dash is an Assistant Professor in English with a focus on English literature, Communication skills, and Business Communication. She holds an MA in English and is currently pursuing her PhD. With 10 years of academic experience, her research interests lie in Feminism, women’s studies, and gender studies. Sagarika’s dedication to education and her passion for exploring gender-related topics make her a valuable asset to her field.

  •  MA in English
  • PhD Cont.


Academic experience : 10yrs

Feminism, women’s studies, gender studies, etc.

  • Articles:
  • Reading Sarala Devi – The Radical Odia Feminist through the Western Perspective published in Asian Research Consortium (AJRSSH),a UGC approved journal.
  • Critiquing Friedan’s Concept of Motherhood from the Indian Perspective: A Studypublished in The Criterion a peer reviewed international journal approved by UGC.
  • Cry of the Minorities: A Study of Taslima Nasrin’s Lajjapublished in Muse India a peer reviewed literary journal.
  • Yajnaseni: A Synonym of Indian Womenpublished in The Criterion a peer reviewed international journal approved by UGC.
  • Book Reviews:
  • Women’s Cornerby Usha Shreedhar (Ed.)
  • The Best Asian Short Storiesby Monideepa Sahu (Ed.)
  • Without Prejudice– Epic Tale of a Mumbai Bar Dancer by Devasis
  • Goddess in Exile: An Indian Realistic Novel by Sarojini Sahoo.
  • Tamanna: A Wish.
  • Binodini: A Novel by Rabindranath Tagore.
  • Runaway Writers: Running away frantically for a better life by Indu Balachandran.
  • Chapter in books:
  • Woman – A Dalit in Virtual sense: with Special reference to Goddess in Exile by Sarojini Sahoo.
  • There is Atleast a Bit of Yajnaseni in Every Woman.
  • Men will be Men Forever: A Critical Study of Dr Sarojini Sahoo’s The Dark Abode.

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