Staff Profile- Pooja Premraj P. S.

 

Name

Pooja Premraj P. S.

Designation

Project Assistant(Gr I)– Visuality, Cityscapes, Public History: Ways of Thinking Contemporary Kerala

Contact Info:

 

p.pooja714@gmail.com

Working in KCHR Since

August 2022

Education Summary

• M.Phil , Theatre and Performance Studies, School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

• UGC NET (Performing Arts: Dance/Drama/ Theatre ) December 2019.

• MA in Arts and Aesthetics, School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

• BA English Language and Literature, Devamatha College, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam

Professional Experience

• Working as Project Assistant in Visuality, Cityscapes, Public History: Ways of Thinking Contemporary Kerala in KCHR since August  2022

Academic Activities

• MPhil Thesis titled 'Kadhaprasangam Performance: A Study of Understanding Aurality, Charisma and Popular in Contemporary Kerala'

• Presented a paper in an online International Workshop entitled Women’s Solidarity: Understanding Cultural Diversity organised by Umran Academic Research Association, Istanbul, Turkey – (8 th March 2022)

• Participated in the Three-day International E-Conference on “Classical Theatre: Influences and Adaptations” by the Department of English in association with IQAC, St Aloysius College, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala ( 9-11 November 2021)

• Academic writing workshop (30th and 31st March 2021) organised by Theatre and Performance Studies, School of Arts and Aesthetics, JNU, New Delhi

• Participated in the Webinar on “Q&A Performance Studies and Environmental Theatre” organised as a part of the five-day International Webinar series Performance and Theatre Studies by the Department of English in association with IQAC, St Aloysius College, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala (12th January 2021)

• Participated in IFTR New Scholars Webinar (25th November 2020) on Alternative Approaches to Publication and Research and Preparing a Book Proposal organised by Theatre and Performance Studies , School of Arts and Aesthetics, JNU


Field Works

• Ten- days field visit to Kullu Dussehra ( February , 2020 ) as part of Research Methodology course offered by Dr. Urmimala Sarkar Munsi, Theatre and Performance Studies , School of Arts and Aesthetics , JNU

• Field visit to Banaras (April 2019) as part of MA advanced seminar course on Regional Theatre and Performance Traditions by Dr. Brahma Prakash, Theatre and Performance Studies , School of Arts and Aesthetics ,JNU

Research Interests

Performance Studies| Popular culture|Sound Studies| Adaptation Studies| Visual Culture| Gender Studies|