Subhasree Basu is Assistant Professor, Department of English, Loreto College. Her areas of interest include Modern American Literature, Caribbean and Australian Literature, Short Story and literature of the Romantic Period. Her recent publications include ï¿½Dissenting Voices in Gwendolyn Brooksï¿½ Poetryï¿½ in Aspects of Modernity: American Womenï¿½s Poetry (Kolkata 2014); ï¿½Reassessing Slavery in a Few Female Slave Narratives,ï¿½ in Appropriations VIII (a journal of Bankura Christian College, 2012).
She has presented papers at a number of national and international conferences and was nominated for the U.S State Department of Educationï¿½s International Visitorï¿½s Leadership Programme titled ï¿½Developing American Studies Curriculaï¿½ in 2011. She was also selected for an international workshop on South Asian Cultural Studies at Institute of Advanced Communication and Research, Kathmandu, Nepal in April 2013. She was awarded the Fulbright-Nehru Doctoral and Professional Research Fellowship 2013-14 for her doctoral research and took classes in the graduate and post graduate sections on the department of American and English Literature, Rutgers, New Jersey during her stay in the U.S. She is also an active member of the Centre for Studies in Romantic Literature, Kolkata and American Literature and Culture Interest Group, Kolkata.