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Journal Articles

  1. Kale R.D. (2017), Multiculturalism in Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children, Multiculturalism in English Literature, Kopargaon, Page No. 56, Vol.-IV, Issue-1, ISSN- 2395-0609, www.shreeprakashan.com
  2. Akhade K.D.(2017), Multiculturalism in Kamal Markandaya’s “The Nowhere Man”, Page No. 129, SIMPJ, Vol.-IV, Issue-1, ISSN- 2395-0609, www.shreeprakashan.com
  3. Akhade K.D.(2014), An Assessment of Indian Theater of 20th Century with Reference to Mahesh Dattani, IJMAS, Vol.-1, Issue-III, ISSN-2348-537X, www.ijms.com
  4. Akhade K.D.(2013), Rural Ethos in Kamala Markandaya’s “Nectar in a Sieve”, Research Scholar, Vol. I, Issue-III, ISSN. 2320-6101, www.researchscholar.co.in
  5. Kolhe P.G. (2013), Communal Violence in Chaman Nahal’s “Azadi”, Golden Research Thoughts, Vol.-2, Issue-2, ISSN- 2231-5063, www.isrj.net
  6. Kolhe P.G. (2013), Impact of Partition in Attia Hasin’s “Sunlight on a Brocken Column”, Indian Streams Research Journal, Vol-3, Issue-4, ISSN- 2230-7850, www.isrj.net
  7. Kolhe P.G. (2012), ‘National Consciousness’ in Ngugi Wa Thiango’s “A Grain Of Wheat”, Indian Streams Research Journal (ISRJ), Vol.-2, Issue-III, ISSN- 2230-7850, www.isrj.net

Conference Proceeding

  1. Kale, R.D. (2017). Multiculturalism in Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children, Multiculturalism in English Literature, Kopargaon, Page No. 56, Vol.-IV, Issue-1, ISSN- 2395-0609, www.shreeprakashan.com
  2. Kale, R.D. (2017). “Women as Marginalized in Imtiaz Dharker’s Purdah and Other Poems”, Marginalized Literature, Adinathnagar, Pathardi.
  3. Kale, R.D. (2017), “Women as Marginalized in Imtiaz Dharker’s Purdah and Other Poems”, Marginalized Literature, Adinathnagar, Pathardi.
  4. Akhade, K.D. (2017), Marginalization in Kamala Markandaya’s two virgin, Marginalized Literature, Adinathnagar, Pathardi.
  5. Akhade, K.D. (2017), Feminist Reading of Kamala Markandaya’s Novel “A Nectar in a Sieve”, Literature of the Underprivileged in the Global Perspective, Koregaon, ISBN No. 978-81-927095-1-2
  6. Akhade, K.D. (2016), A Role of ICT in English Literature, Innovative Strategies in Teaching, Learning Process,” Shrirampur
  7. Akhade, K.D. (2016), A Diaspora Milieu and Plight of Migration, Diaspora in Indian English Literature.
  8. Kolhe, P.G. (2016), A Diaspora Milieu and Plight of Migration, Diaspora in Indian English Literature
  9. Kolhe, P.G. (2016), A Diaspora Milieu and Plight of Migration, Diaspora in Indian English Literature.
  10. Akhade, K.D. (2015), Multiculturalism in Kamal Markandaya’s “Nectar in a Sieve”, International Conference on Exploration of Multiculturalism in Literature and Fine Arts (ICEMLFA), Faizpur, ISBN No. 978-93-85019-41-8
  11. Akhade, K.D. (2015), Stylistic Reading of Kripalsingh’s Poem “Smoke and Ashes”, International Conference on Recent Trends in Postcolonial Writings, Shirur.
  12. Kolhe, P.G. (2015), Gender Colonialism and Kamal-A Postcolonial Study, International Conference on Exploration of Multiculturalism in Literature and Fine Arts (ICEMLFA), Faizpur, ISBN No. 978-93-85019-41-8.
  13. Kolhe, P.G. (2015), Gender Colonialism and Kamal-A Postcolonial Study, International Conference on Exploration of Multiculturalism in Literature and Fine Arts (ICEMLFA), Faizpur, ISBN No. 978-93-85019-41-8.
  14. Patil, L.B. (2015). Gender Colonialism and Kamal-A Postcolonial Study, International Conference on Exploration of Multiculturalism in Literature and Fine Arts (ICEMLFA), Faizpur, ISBN No. 978-93-85019-41-8.
  15. Akhade, K.D. (2012), “Farmer suffering reflected in Post Intendance Indian Novel with Special Kamal Markandaya,” Changing values in Indian Society as reflected in Contemporary Indian English Literature.
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