Aruni Kashyap, Author & Asst. Professor of Creative Writing, University of Georgia on NOVELS & TRANSLATIONS
Prof. Robin Dunbar, Anthropologist and Professor, University of Oxford on HUMOUR IN THE AGE OF SOCIAL MEDIA & HUMAN STORIES
Swami Narasimhananda (Philosopher, monk) and Faridoon Shahryar (Entertainment Journalist) on ARE OUR STORIES CONNECTED?
Sayantani Dasgupta, Author & Asst. Professor, University of North Carolina, Wilmington on CREATIVE NONFICTION
Prof. Jon Cook, Professor and Director - Creative & Performing Arts, University of East Anglia on OBSERVATION & LISTENING FOR CREATIVE WRITING
Prof. Brian A. Hatcher, Author & Professor, Packard Chair of Theology, Tufts University, on CHALLENGING POPULAR IDEALS IN RELIGIOUS HISTORY
Prof. Leonard Cassuto, Author, Professor of Fordham University & Researcher on CRIME FICTION & REALITY
Prof. Vikram Kapur, Author & Professor of English, Shiv Nadar University on WRITING ELEMENTS & ATTITUDE
Prof. Maria Mazzioti Gillan, Poet & Professor - Binghamton University on POETRY FOR FREEDOM & EXPRESSION
Prof. Jeffery D. Long, Author & Professor of Religion & Asian Studies at Elizabethtown College, Pennsylvania on HINDUISM OUTSIDE INDIA
Dr. Jack Hawley, Author & Claire Tow Professor of Religion at Barnard College, Columbia University on BHAKTI TRADITIONS & RELIGIOUS EVIDENCE
Prof. Kathleen Driskell, Poet & Chair of the Spalding University School of Creative and Professional Writing, on THE ENGINE AND PROCESS OF POETRY
Dr. Alf Gunvald Nilsen, Author and Professor of Sociology, University of Pretoria, South Africa on his book, ADIVASIS AND THE STATE
Dr. Rana Mitter, Author, Professor and Director of the University China Centre, University of Oxford on INDO-CHINA : STORIES OF THE DECADES
Sudeep Sen (poet) in conversation with Dr. Queen Sarkar (professor, researcher) on POETRY BEYOND BOUNDARIES
Dr. Sukrita Paul Kumar (poet, writer, professor) in conversation with Dr. Queen Sarkar (professor, researcher) on
Dr. Tsering Wangmo Dhompa (poet, professor of Villanova University) on ERDIFYING TIBET ALONG THE VICISSITUDES OF EXILE & LOSS
Dr. Prasun Chatterjee, (Editorial Director - Pan Macmillan) on THE EMOTION & BUSINESS OF COMMERCIAL PUBLISHING
Dr. Nandini Sahu (poet, author, editor, professor) on WRITING A THRILLER: INSIDE THE CRIMINAL PSYCHE
Dr. Lucy Corin (author and professor, Department of English & Creative Writing) on THE ARCHITECTURE OF WRITING
Dr. Rion Scott (author and professor, Department of English, University of Maryland) on HAIR, RACE, REPRESENTATION IN WRITING
Dr. Fiona Sampson (Poet, Writer, Professor of Poetry at Roehampton University) on POETRY OUT LOUD - The Primacy of Sound and Silences.
Rajiv Mohabir, Kiran Bhat, Adeeba Shahid Talukder in conversation with Isheeta Patel on THE NEW DESI AMERICAN
Prof. Padma Viswanathan (novelist, professor) in conversation with Anand Kamalakar (film maker, professor) on STORYTELLING IN WORDS AND IMAGES
Prof. Oindrila Mukherjee (Associate Professor of Creative Writing at Grand Valley State University) on SHAPING NARRATIVES ABOUT INDIA AND THE WORLD
Prof. Clemens Six (Historian. Associate Professor at University of Groningen, the Netherlands) on RELIGIOUS AND SPIRITUAL FABRIC OF INDIA & GLOBAL AUDIENCE
Tuhin A. Sinha (author, politician, screenplay-writer) on PLOTS, CHARACTERS AND DISCIPLINE OF WRITING BOOKS
A virtual knowledge-bank with intellectual and creative leaders from academic, entertainment and corporate world. An attempt to analyse stories as an emotion and as a business, under one learning umbrella.
Sessions will discuss the skills of storytelling and storyteller, technical aspects of writing, translation into multiple presentation formats and languages, attitude of the audience, and more. Panels will also explore how learning can be sourced and applied creatively instead of staying confined in text-books or rule-books. Life has a lot to give. Are we conscious enough to take?
A virtual summit to stimulate intellectual empowerment through unique story-based talks that help innovate learning content for participants in education & industry.
Experience our esteemed speakers and subject-matter experts, talking for this innovative intervention in learning & storytelling.
Chief Conversationalists :
Kanchana Banerjee (author) for crime thrillers.
Shelly Bhoil (Poet and research scholar) for poetry.
Deepak Chawla (author, management professional, educationist) for corporate talks.
Queen Sarkar (professor, researcher) for poetry.
Ritamvara (student) for literary talks with academic heads.
Koral Dasgupta (author, entrepreneur) for generalist talks.