Name:Dr. Shibily Nuaman V Z

Designation: Assistant Professor

Department: English

Dr. Shibily Nuaman holds PhD from the English and Foreign Languages Hyderabad and his thesis explores post 9/11 English literature published by Pakistani writers. His M. Phil dissertation looked into the Shamanic traits in the poems of the English poet, Ted Hughes (1930-98). He was actively involved in the establishment of Ideal College of Arts and Science, Kuttiadi, Kozhikode, Kerala. He joined Presidency University, Bengaluru in 2017 and has been teaching undergraduates. His teaching and research interests include Indian English literature, postcolonial literature, Pakistani English literature etc.

· H.M. Veena., Nuaman, Shibily. “Adaptability of Google Classroom for Enhancement of the Language Proficiency of Rural Engineering Students.” Literary Voice – A Peer Reviewed Journal of English Studies. Vol. 1, Number 12. March 2020.

· Nuaman, Shibily. “Macaulay’s Ghost in Pakistan’s Educational Policy.” Nuances: A Journal of Humanities Enquiry. Vol. 4, Issue 2. July – December 2018.

· Nuaman, Shibily. “Narratives of Migration and Trauma in Burnt Shadows. Daath Voyage: An International Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in English. Vol. 3 No. 4 December 2018.

· Nuaman, Shibily. “Metrostani Identity: A Study of H. M. Naqvi’s Home Boy.” Vol. 3, Issue II. Indian Scholar. December, 2016.

· Nuaman, Shibily. “Terrorism and Fiction: A Study of The Reluctant Fundamentalist by Mohsin Hamid.” Vol. 2, Issue 1. The Literary Herald. June 2016.