Roshni Prabhakaran joined as Assistant Professor in the Department of English, Malabar Christian College in 2014. She completed her Masters from St. Joseph’s College, Devagiri, Kozhikode. Her research interests are in Critical Theory, Films and Popular Culture, Gender Studies, Transnational Feminism and Queer theory. She is keenly interested in theatre and arts, and experiments the role of theatre in pedagogy. Currently involved in research on Gender representations in Cinema.
Prabhakaran, Roshni. 2013. “Femininity (Ad)dressed: A Study of Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s “The Palace of Illusions”.Reyono: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. ISSN 2277 – 7652. Vol 2:1( 51- 56).
Prabhakaran, Roshni. 2014. “ A Different Sheen: A Queer Reading of Thilakkam”. Diotima’s: A Journal of New Readings published by Providence Women’s College. ISSN 2319 – 4189, Vol 4(66-80).
Prabhakaran, Roshni. 2016. “Decolonizing the Spirit Towards a Transgressive Pedagogy”.New Trends in Language Learning using Technology. International Conference on English Language and Teaching by Malabar Christian College. ISBN 978- 81- 300- 1772-3.Vol 1(104-115).
Prabhakaran, Roshni. 2016. “(An)other Tale to Tell: Reconstructing Classis Fairy Tales on Screen” Verbal to Visual: The Aesthetic Semiotics of Classics as Movies published by CUSAT. ISBN
Prabhakaran, Roshni. 2016. “Gendering Intelligence: A Semiotic enquiry into the representation of Females in the Television Sitcom, “The Big Bang Theory”. Singularities: A transdisciplinary biannual research journal by KAHM Unity Women’s College. ISSN 2348- 3369. Vol 3(2): 85-90.