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Manas GHOSH 
Sex:Male 男
Nationality:India 印度
Manas GHOSH 
   
   
CCS Grant
2017/5~2017/10

Present

Instituion: Department of Film Studies, Jadavpur University, India
印度賈達沃普大學電影研究系
Topic: Postcolonial Cinematic Spaces: A Comparative Study of Mani Kaul and Hou Hsiao-hsien


   
Article catalog
  • ‘Reviewing Channeling Culture in Indian Television’, in Global Media Journal (Indian Edition), 5:2, December 2014.
  • ‘History, nation and memory in South Korean cinema: Lee Chang-dong's Peppermint Candy', in Asian Cinema, 23:2, 2013, pp. 129-40.
  • ‘Teaching Asian Cinemas in India’, (co-authored with Anindya Sengupta) in Journal of the Moving Image, No. 11, 2012.
  • ‘Alternative Cinema: Response of Indian Film Studies’, in Journal of the Moving Image, No. 10, 2011. Pp. 51-60.
  • ‘Theorizing new Asian cinemas: Problems of the historisist approach’, in Journal of the Moving Image, No. 7, 2008. Pp. 109-137.
  • ‘Four comedians in search of couple space: Calcutta featured in the early 1950s Bengali popular cinema’, in Mind Space, Vol 3, 2008-2009; pp. 38-49.
  • ‘Television, Nationalism and Indian Cricket in the Era of Global Media’, in Journal of the Moving Image, No. 4, 2005. Pp. 122-139.
  • ‘The Father Figures in Ray’s films’, in Journal of the Moving Image, No. 2, 2001,pp. 118- 121).
  • ‘Walking alone amidst the crowd: the cinema of Tsai Ming-liang’, (co-authored with Michelle Baitali Bhowmik) in the Book of 20 th Kolkata International Film Festival, Kolkata: Govt. of WB, 2014.
  • ‘Bangla chalachchitre Rabindra-sahitya: teenti sampratik chhabi’r aalochona’ in Naba Rabi Kirane, Ed. JayantiSaha Roy,Kolkata: Akashdeep Prakashana, 2014.
  • ‘Nationalism, Television and Indian Cricket in Global Mediascape: Where has the Local Gone?’ in Locating Cultural Change: Theory, Method, Process, Eds. P. P. Basu and Ipsita Chanda, New Delhi, Thousand Oaks, London, Singapore: SAGE, 2011.
  • ‘Two Histories of Partition: Amitav Ghosh’s The Shadow Lines and Ritwik Ghatak’s Komal Gandhar’ in Amitav Ghosh’s ‘The Shadow Lines’: A Critical Anthology, Eds. Sandip Ain, New Delhi: Worldview, 2011.
  • ‘Bankimchandrer Anandamath: ekti antarbarti pratibedan’ in Dharmo o Janasanskriti, Ed. Avishek Ray (Foreword: Sudhir Chakrabarty), Kolkata: Barta, 2008.
 
 
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