Ms. Sakshi Dhaulta

Ms. Sakshi Dhaulta

Education

Pursuing M.Phil in English (Himachal Pradesh University, Himachal Pradesh); M.A in English (Jesus and Mary College, University of Delhi); B.A. (Hons.) in English (Lady Shri Ram College, University of Delhi).

Bio

Sakshi is a UGC-NET qualified research scholar who is currently perusing her M.Phil in English from the Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla. Her area of research includes orality, folklore and ethno-musicology. She has recently joined Lloyd Law College as an Assistant Professor for English for the B.A LLB course.

Research and Publications

  • Attended a National Seminar at ICFAI University, Tripura. She has also presented a paper entitled Negotiating Issues of Orality, Folklore and History in the 21stCentury” in the seminar, entitled The Lore of Folk in Cinema: a Study of Folk Music of North India as Disseminated through Hindi Cinema which is currently undergoing review for publishing.
  • During her graduation, she undertook a fieldtrip to the state of Meghalaya to study gender roles as a part of a group research to represent the college in the University’s initiative, Gyanodaya. The project report was published as a paper prepared collectively under the title Studying Traditional Gender Roles and Changing Practices in the State of Meghalaya in the Delhi University Journal of Research and Innovation.

Conferences

  • "Bodies of Politics: A Perceptive on Existing (Non) Existent beings", 25th World Congress, International Political Science Association, Brisbane (Australia).
  • “Beyond Anatomy- Politics of Bodily Surveillance”,60th Annual Convention, International Studies Association (Canada).
  • “Sino-India Competition in the Maritime Domain- India’s National Interest and Diplomatic Activism in South China Sea, British Association for South Asian Studies Annual Conference,United Kingdom.
  • “The Politics of Projection: Tyranny of Language and Manifested Visibility”, Political Studies Association International Conference,United Kingdom.