KHRIEZENUO ANGAMI,

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (HOD)

MA (University of Hyderabad)
Email: khriezenuovizo@gmail.com

Publications:

Poetry
I. (2017) “Untitled”, “Journey Towards Hell”, “Pain is You”, “Anywhere”, in Woven Words: A
Collection of Women’s Poetry, Heritage Publishing House: ISBN 978-93-80500-08-9

Papers Presented
I. (2014) “Stories Stones Tell: A Basic Documentation of Neighbourhood Stones” at the Inter-
Departmental Seminar, Kohima College Kohima.

Dr THEYIESINUO KEDITSU,

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

PhD on “Tourism and Cultural Identity in Nagaland” (Tata Institute of Social Sciences)
MPhil on “Articulation of Naga Cultural Identity in and through the Hornbill, Nagaland” (Tata Institute of Social Sciences)
MA (UGC NET) (St Stephens College, Delhi)
Email: theyiek@gmail.com

Publications:

Books
I. (2019) Wake, PenThrill Publication House: ISBN 978-81-936619-8-7
II. (2018) Sopfuno, Heritage Publishing House: ISBN 978-93-87837-04-01

Chapters in Books
I. (2016) “Drawing the Politics of Location and Identity through Hornbill Festival”, in Politics of
Location and Identity in Northeast India, (eds) L. Rymbai, Narola Dangti, David Sechu and
Kangzangding, Heritage Publishing House

Journals
I. (2015) “Prohibition and Naga Cultural Identity: Cultural Politics of Hornbill Festival, Nagaland”,
SubVersions (Peer-Reviewed Online Journal), School of Media and Cultural Studies, Tata Institute
of Social Sciences

Poetry
I. (2021) “Breastfeeding”, in FemAsia Magazine http://femasiamagazine.com/breastfeeding/

II. (2020) “Two Sonnets: Ending and Silver”, in New Frontiers, the Journal of North East Writers'
Forum
III. (2020) “Coast”, “Strangers”, “Odyssey”, in Olio: Obscure Writings from Nagaland,
Wordsmithereens: ISBN 978-9-35-396765-9
IV. (2017) “Christmas Eve”, “Metaphors”, “On Starting a Fire”, “Parting”, in Woven Words: A
Collection of Women's Poetry, Heritage Publishing House: ISBN 978-93-80500-08-9

Papers Presented
I. (2021) “Folklore as Big History”, at the International Big History Association's Fifth Global
Conference, Organised in collaboration with the Symbiosis School for Liberal Arts, Symbiosis
International University, The Asian Big History Association and the Eurasian Centre for Mega-
history
II. (2021) “The Political Economy of Naga Writings in English: The Case of Easterine Kire”, at the
Inter-Departmental Seminar, Organised by Research Cell, Kohima College, Kohima
III. (2021) “Opposition to 33% Reservation in Nagaland as a Case of Fundamentalist Approach to
Customary Law”, at a National Webinar on Fundamentalism, Secularism and Conflicts in India”,
Organised by the North East Social Research Centre, Guwahati
IV. (2020) “Interdisciplinary Interpretation of Naga Oral Literature”, at an online International
Conference on Interdisciplinary Interpretation of Literature, Organised by National Institute of
Technology, Meghalaya
V. (2020) “Insta-Natives: Naga Bodies on Instagram”, at an International Webinar on Living in the
Present: Nagas in the 21st Century, Organised by the Naga Scholars’ Association
VI. (2020) “Vernacularising English - Contemporary Naga Literature”, at a National Webinar on Tribal
Literature and Philosophy of North East India, Organised by Poorvangan in collaboration with
ICSSR
VII. (2019) “Refashioning Culture through Social Media”, at a National Seminar on Kelhou Zho-
Cultural Heritage Among the Tribes of Nagaland: Balancing Tradition and Modernity, Organised by
Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, North East Regional Centre, Guwahati (IGNCA-NERC)
and Cultural Study Centre, Baptist College
VIII. (2019) “Turning to Stone - Transformations in Angami Naga Patriarchy”, at an International
Seminar on Custom, Law and the Colonial State in Northeast India: Dynamics and Challenges for
the Postcolonial State, Organised by Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, New Delhi in
collaboration with the Department of History, North-Eastern Hill University
IX. (2019) “Performing Identities - The Visual Culture of Hornbill Festival, Nagaland”, at a National
Seminar on Contesting the site of Sights: The Discourse of Visual Media Culture with Special
Reference to North East India, Organised by EFLU University
X. (2019) “Decolonising Figures of Speech: The Use of Naga Folklore in Poetry”, at a Plenary Talk on
Reviving Folk Literature and Storytelling, Organised by Naga Scholars Association, JNU
XI. (2014) “Relocating Nagaland”, at a National Seminar on The Politics of Location, Organised by
Sazolie College, Kohima
XII. (2013) “The Hornbill Festival”, at the Conference on India’s Northeast: New Issues, Young
Voices, Organised by the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies in collaboration with India
International Centre

Dr AVINUO KIRE,

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

PhD on “The Fictional Narratives of Kiran Desai and Jhumpa Lahiri: A Psychoanalytic Study” (Nagaland University)
MPhil on “Diasporic Predicaments in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Short Stories: A Critical Study” (Nagaland University)
MA (Delhi University)
Email: avinuo.edu@gmail.com

Publications:

Books
I. (2021) The Last Light of Glory Days: Stories from Nagaland, Speaking Tiger
II. (2016) People Stories: Volume One, Naga Heritage Centre, PenThrill: ISBN 978-81-927403-6-2

III. (2015) The Power to Forgive and Other Stories, Zubaan Books: ISBN: 978-93-83074-92-1
IV. (2015) Where Wildflowers Grow, Barkweaver: ISBN: 978-82-93324-84-1

Chapters in books
I. (2015) “Shashi Deshpande’s The Dark Holds No Terror: A Psychoanalytic Interpretation’ Celebrating Literary Diversity”, (T.Sai Chandra Mouli Ed.): ISBN 978-93-82630-58-6
II. (2014) “Of Names & Identity: A Psychoanalytic Interpretation of Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Namesake’ Metaphysics of Redemption”, (Nigamananda Das Ed.): ISBN 978-81-8435-400-3

Poetry
I. (2019) “The Power to Forgive”, The Many That I Am: Writings from Nagaland, Zubaan Books: ISBN 9789385932793
II. (2017) Contribute to Woven Words- A Collection of Women’s Poetry, Heritage Publishing House: ISBN 978-93-80500089

Journals
I. (2015) “The Retirement”, The Hindu Blink
II. (2014) “The Power to Forgive”, The Caravan: A Journal of Politics and Culture, Vol 6, Issue 4
III. (2014) “Diasporic Predicaments and Crisis of Identity in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Unaccustomed Earth” Labyrinth, Vol. 5/ No. 1: ISSN 0976-0814

Dr EMISENLA JAMIR,

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

PhD on “Phenomenology of Alienation and Eco-Ethics: A Study of N. Scott Momaday, Leslie Marmon Silko, Temsula Ao and Easterine Kire” (Nagaland University)
MPhil on “Salvaging Identity and Challenging Patriarchy: A Reading of Naga Literature” (Delhi University)
MA (UGC NET) (Delhi University)
Email: emi_jamir@yahoo.com

Publications:

Books
I. (2018) Loneliness is an Orange, Barkweaver: ISBN 978-82-93324-17-1

Journals
I. (2018) “Exploring the Natural and the Supernatural in the Novels of Easterine Kire”, Creatcrit, Vol 5/ No 2: ISSN 2347-8829
II. (2015) “An Eco-Critical Reading of Leslie Marmon Silko’s Ceremony”, Impressions Research Journal, Vol 3: ISSN 2278-4624
III. (2015) “N. Scott Momaday’s House Made of Dawn: An Analysis”, Nagaland University Research Journal, Vol 8: ISSN 0973-0346
IV. (2014) “A Critical Reading of Baby Kamble’s The Prisons We Broke”, Impressions Research Journal, Vol 2: ISSN 2278-4624

Chapters in Books
I. (2019) “Storyteller”, in The Many That I Am, Zubaan: ISBN 978-93-85932-79-3
II. (2019) “Where the Hills Grow Houses”, in The Many That I Am, Zubaan: ISBN 978-93-85932-79-3
III. (2014) “Deliberate Delirium”, in Raconteurs from the Hills, PenThrill: ISBN 978-81-927403-3-1

Poetry
I. (2020) “Falling Apart”, “Vows”, “Nocturnal Visits”, in Olio: Obscure Writings from Nagaland, Tajung Publications: ISBN 978-9-35-396765-9
II. (2017) “Daughters”, “Corridors”, “Inside”, “Good Behaviour”, Woven Words: A Collection of Women’s Poetry, Heritage: ISBN 978-93-80500-08-9

Papers Presented
I. (2021) “An Eco-critical Reading of Temsula Ao’s Select Poems”, at an International Webinar on Violence Against Women and Women’s Writings in English in Nagaland, Organised by English Department in collaboration with IQAC, Kohima College, Kohima
II. (2020) “Writing History- A Study of Poetry in Nagaland”, at a National Webinar, Organised by Mitrakshar, English Literary Society of Kalindi College, University of Delhi

SUNGJEMINLA,

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

MA (UGC NET) (Pune University)
Email: aienkck123@gmail.com
Publications:

Journals
I.(2021) “Social Media Usage through ICT Application among Undergraduate Students”, The Journal of Research Angrau, Vol 50 (Special Issue): ISSN 0970-0226
II.(2022) “Attitude of Undergraduate Students towards Online Classes”, The Journal of Distance Education and e-Learning, Vol 10, Issue 1: ISSN 2147-6454

Poetry
I.(2017) “My Prayer”, “For You”, in Woven Words: A Collection of Women’s Poetry, Heritage Publishing House: ISBN 978-93-80500-08-9

Paper Presented
I.(2022) “Social Media Usage through ICT Application among Undergraduate Students” during the 2nd National Online Conference TASSERE 202, Organised by S.V Agriculture College, Tirupati
II.(2014) “A Comparative Study on the Status of Women in Anita Desai’s novel Fire on the Mountain with their Naga Counterparts” at the Inter-Departmental Seminar, Kohima College, Kohima.

C VEZHOLU KOTSO,

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

MA (Nagaland University)
Email: vezhokck@gmail.com

Publications:

Journals
I. (2022) “Social Media Usage through ICT Application among Undergraduate Students”, The Journal
of Research Angrau, Vol 50 (Special Issue): ISSN 0970-0226

Poetry
I. (2017) “The Sun will Rise Again”, “I have been blessed”, “Blessings”, in Woven Words: A Collection of Women’s Poetry, Heritage Publishing House: ISBN 978-93-80500-08-9

Papers Presented
I. (2016) “English Words of Indian Origin” at the Inter-Departmental Seminar, Kohima College Kohima.

LIMAJUNGLA JAMIR,

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

MA (NEHU)
Email: tajungin@yahoo.co.in

Publications:

Journals
I. (2020-21) Satire: A Creative Cultural Resistance in Nagaland. Impressions Research Journal, Vol 6: ISSN 2278-4624

Poetry
I. (2017) “Snowflakes in the Sun”, “Purpose”, “Self”, “Come”, “Moonlight”, in Woven Words: A Collection of Women’s Poetry, Heritage Publishing House: ISBN 978-93-80500-08-9

Papers Presented
I. (2016) “Symbolic significance of Tsὕngkotepsὕ (Ao Naga Shawl)” at the Inter-Departmental Seminar, Kohima College, Kohima.

Dr TEMJENRENLA OZUKUM,

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

MA (UGC JRF-NET) (JNU)
Email: aren.lanu@gmail.com

Papers Presented
I. (2020) “The Politics of Writing: Themes in Contemporary Women’s Writings in English in Nagaland”, at the International Webinar on Violence Against Women & Naga Women’s Writings in English, Organised by the Department of English, Kohima College, Kohima

T SHANCHOLO KHUVUNG,

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

MA, PGDTE (English & Foreign Language University, Shillong)
Email: lothashancholo@gmail.com

LIMAYANGLA PONGENER,

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

MPhil on “A Study of the Ao-Naga Literary Collection and Production” (Delhi University)
MA (UGC JRF-NET) (Delhi University)
Email: limayangla@gmail.com

Publications:

Journals
I. (2022) “Exploring Colonial Archive: Discovery, Recognition and Arrival in The Black Hill”, in MZU Journal of Literature & Cultural Studies, Vol IX Issue I: ISSN 2348-1188
II. (2022) “Situating Writings in English from Nagaland: A Postcolonial Reading” in Dimapur Government College Journal, Vol II, Issue 3: ISSN 2349-8269

Chapters in books
I. (2020) “Living with Violence: A Study of the Nature of Violence in the No Man’s Land between India and Myanmar” in Violence and Terror Narratives from North East India edited by Mala Renganathan DVS Publishers: ISBN 978-93-85839-35-1

Papers presented

I. (2020) “History as the Defining Characteristic of Emerging Literature from Nagaland”, at the 19th International Conference of the Society for the Study of Multi-Ethnic Literature of the World (MELOW) on Connections/Disconnections: Literary Traditions, Continuities & Disruptions, Organised by Panjab University
II. (2019) “Rereading History in Easterine Kire’s, A Respectable Woman”, at the Two-Day International Conference on Interdisciplinarity: Intersections of Literature and History for Social and Cultural Change (COIN-2019), Organised by the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Institute of Technology, Meghalaya
III. (2017) “Living with Violence in No-Man’s Land”, at the International Seminar on Narratives of Violence and Terror in South Asia (NOVATSA), Organised by the Department of English, North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong in collaboration with NEC, Shillong, & ICSSR-NERC, Shillong
IV. (2014) “Naga Scholarship and its Colonial Archive”, at the Two-day International Workshop on Colonial Northeast India: Local Histories, Regional Cultures, Global Connections, Jointly Organised by the Universities of Delhi, Melbourne and Toronto.

DIEZENO TASE,

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

MA (UGC-NET) (Jain University, Bengaluru)
Email: diezenot@gmail.com