(English for Communication) HAS1001, (Learning English) HAS 1002, (Speaking and Presentation) HSS 2001, (English for Technical Writing) HAS 6001
1Panda, Punyashree. "To be or Not to be Native: Residential School, Official Status and Metis Women in Maria Campbell’s Halfbreed and Beatrice Culleton’s April Raintree." Martina Neuburger and H. Peter Dörrenbächer (Eds.). On The Trail of Rebirth: Nationalism and Identity Among the Native Americans. New York & Berlin: Peter Lang, 2014. Pp- 101-112.
2Panda, Punyashree(Ed.). The Local and the Global in Postcolonial Literature. New Delhi: AuthorsPress, 2014.
3Panda, Punyashree. "Cultural Imperialism Revisited: A Study of Kiran Desai’s The Inheritance of Loss." Kiran Desai’s Fictional World. Ed. Vijay Sharma et al. New Delhi: Atlantic Press. 2011.
4Panda, Punyashree. "Living through Future: Shakespeare in the Management Classroom." Reconstructing Shakespeare : Rebuilding his Plays in Contemporary Literary Environment. Ed. V. Lakshmanan, Authors Press, 2011.
5Panda, Punyashree. "The Sacred Feminine: Women as Healers in Leslie Marmon Silko’s Ceremony." Search 2 (2009): 34-40. (Back issue pub. 2010)
6Panda, Punyashree. "Review of Alien Shores: Tales of Refugees and Asylum Seekers from Australia and the Indian Subcontinent edited by Sharon Rundle and Meenakshi Bharat." Transnational Literature 5.2(2013).
7Panda, Punyashree and Sulagna Mohanty. "Contemporizing the Fantastic: A Postmodern Reading of Rana Dasgupta’s Tokyo Cancelled." Nigerial Journal of the Humanities 18(September 2012):1-17.
8Panda, Punyashree and Sulagna Mohanty. "Myth and Storytelling: the New Language of Postcolonial Voices." International Journal of Business Management and Social Sciences 2.7 (2013):31-34.
9Panda, Punyashree. Contemporary Native Fiction of the U.S. and Canada: A Postcolonial Study. Winter Park: Bäuu Press, 2011.
10Panda, Punyashree Review of H. Srikanth, Indigenous Peoples in Liberal Democratic States: A Comparative Study of Conflict and Accommodation in Canada and India. Indigenous Peoples Issues & Resources. Boulder, Colorado. (October 12, 2010)URL: [click here] .
Recent Publication (International Conferences)
"Traditional Sources and New Techniques of Narration: A Contrastive Study of Mythic Rituals in Maria Campbell’s HalfBreed and Leslie Marmon Silko’s Ceremony." The Indian Review of World Literature in English (January 2006): Np. http://worldlitonline.net/jan-06/word/Traditional_Sources.doc
"To Teach or not to Teach: Culture in the ESL Classroom," Diviner 4.2 (Feb-July 2007): 47-50.
Panda, Punyashree and Minakshi Prasad Mishra
"Nowhere to Go: A Case for the Minor Characters in Leslie Marmon Silko’s Ceremony" Diviner 5.2 (Feb-July 2008): 239-244.
"Family First: The Portrayal of the Metis Family in Maria Campbell’s Halfbreed." Indo-Canadian Families: Challenges and Opportunities in the Pluralistic Canadian Society. Ed. D.V. Giri and R.N. Panda. 2008. 95-102.
"Corporate Communication: An Essential Tool for Modern Management Practices." Emerging Trends in Corporate Communication. Ed. Madhavi S. Pandya and S.F. Chandra Sekhar.2009. 1-8.
"The Plight of the Marginal in Pre-Independence India: A Study of Mulk Raj Anand’s Untouchable." Seva Bharati Journal of English Studies Vol V. (2009): 71-78.
Panda, Punyashree and Minakshi Prasad Mishra.
Academic Honors & Awards
Awarded Full Scholarship by Harvard University, USA for attending IWL 2014 at City University, Hong Kong.
Awarded Summer 2014 Residential Fellowship at WISC, Santa Fe, NM, USA
Awarded Monmouth University, NJ, USA Conference Travel Grant (2010)
University Topper in English Honours
University 2nd Topper in M.A. (English)
Cleared UGC- NET held in December 2000
Awarded National Scholarship during B.A. and M.A. (1998 & 2000)