Dr. Barnashree Khasnobis has done her PhD from the department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi. In her thesis, she has done cultural analysis of bandishes of khayāl music genre. Her broad field of thesis is cultural studies. She takes interest in exploring medieval Indian culture, concepts of Indian and western aesthetics. She takes pleasure in composing poems during her leisure time.
Professor, Department of English, Presidency University, Bangalore
Aesthetizing Trauma: The Politics of Narration in Margaret Atwood's Surfacing, going to be published in Drishti: The Sight (ISSN: 2319 8281) [Accepted for Publication]
The Emergence of Hindustani Music: A Cultural Investigation into the Syncretic Nature of Hindustani Music, published in Panjab University Research Journal Arts (PURJA), 2019, https://purja.puchd.ac.in/journals/purja-xlvi-2-jan-dec19.pdf
A Devotee's Seasonal Viraha: A Cultural Inquiry into the Selected Songs of Medieval Indian Bhakti Saints under the Lens of Barahmasa Tradition, published in Indian Journal of Comparative Literature and Translation Studies, 2018, https://ijclts.files.wordpress.com/2019/02/ijclts-volume-4-number-1-october-2018-1.pdf
Exploring the Trajectories of Devotion to a Personal God in Selected Compositions of Bhakti Saints and Sufis of Medieval India - A Comparative Study, published in Daath Voyage: An International Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in English, 2018, http://www.daathvoyagejournal.com/book/issue_1_c9f0f895fb98ab9159f51fd0297e236d_8.pdf