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Ph.D. – English Literature | University of Leeds - UK

Prof. Ragini Mohite

Ph.D. in English Literature, University of Leeds, 2016, UK ; MA in English Literature, University of Leeds, 2011, UK; B.A (Honrs.) in English Literature, 2010, University of Mumbai;

Assistant Professor – Academic Writing

Prof. Ragini Mohite is Assistant Professor - Academic Writing at FLAME University. She received her Doctorate Degree in English Literature and MA in English Literature from University of Leeds. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature from University of Mumbai.

Prof. Ragini’s has over four years of post-doctoral work experience and has done stints as an Archival Researcher at Maharashtra State Archives, Teacher at Dhirubai Ambani School, Mumbai and Teaching Fellow at the University of Leeds. She has been a panellist at a conference on “Yeats and India” at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and at a Reading Group on Henry Moore’s play ‘Narayana and Bhataryan’ at the Becoming Henry Moore exhibition at the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds UK. She has also been a speaker at a public symposium on ‘The Relevance of Tagore in Modern Times’ at the 50th Anniversary Celebrations of The Tagoreans, at the Nehru Centre, London.


Monograph
Modern Writers, Transnational Literatures: Rabindranath Tagore and W.B. Yeats under contract with Clemson University Press (Forthcoming, 2020)

Articles and Book Chapters
‘Writing Back to the Raj: Rabindranath Tagore’s Writings from Colonial India’ (book chapter) in Non-Canonical British Literature 1890-1945 (Forthcoming 2020/2021)
‘Dom Moraes: from the Brotherton Special Collections’ (article) in Stand 218, 16(2), May-June 2018

Reviews
“Review of I Have Become the Tide,” in Hong Kong Review of Books, 2019 [Online]
“Review of Night of Happiness,” in Hong Kong Review of Books, 2019 [Online]
“Review of Exit West,” in Hong Kong Review of Books, 2018 [Online]
"A Review of Meeting Without Knowing It," International Yeats Studies: Vol. 2, Is. 1, 2017
“Review of Navigating Model Minority Stereotypes: Asian Indian Youth in South Asian Diaspora,” South Asian Diaspora, 9:2, 2017, 225-226
“Review of the Joyce Studies Annual, 2015,” in the James Joyce Broadsheet, no. 104 (June 2016), p.3
“Review of the IASIL conference at York,” in the James Joyce Broadsheet, no. 102 (October 2015), p.4