Ms Nipuni Ranaweera

Senior Lecturer (Grade II) / Attorney-at-Law

Language Studies
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Lecturer
Contact:

CRC, HSS Faculty/ Language Studies

Office: 112881057, Ext: 557 Mobile: NULL

Email: rlnipuniranaweera@yahoo.com NULL


I am a Lecturer in English Language and Literature and  a Lawyer.

Area of Specification:

Women’s Fiction, Expatriate writers,Post colonial Studies

Research Intrests:

Post colonial Studies/Women’s Fiction

Affiliations:

Member of the Bar Association of Sri Lanka (Attorney-at-Law) Member of the Sri Lanka Association of Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies

Programmes Coordination:

English For Academic Purposes

Course Coordination:

EGAP (BSc/BEd) and EGAP B.A in Social Sciences

Awards:

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Researches:

" Empowerment Through Friendly Advice: A Perspective On How Women`s Magazines Address Issues Of Violence and Ill-Treatment Against Women" (Paper presented at the Research symposium ,Faculty of Graduate Studies, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka December 2009) "A Study of Charlotte Bronte’s Subversive Handling of The Figure of the 19th Century Genteel Woman Within The Mainstream Victorian Culture and Economy" Extended Abstract presented in the OUSL Annual Academic Sessions proceedings Serptember 2011 "Creating a Feel of Home," an Analysis of Expatriate women in the Fiction of Yasmine Goonerathne and Roma Tearne ( Presented at the 7th SLACLALS Conference 2013) Sri Lanka Association of Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies

Ongoing Research:

Research on Sri Lankan and Indian Expatriate women writers Research on Indian fiction in English

Research Supervisions:

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Publications:

"A Study of the conflict between the forces of conformity And subversion in Charlotte Brontë`s characterization." Journal of the faculty of Humanities Vol IX Faculty of Humanities, University of Kelaniya 2009 Sri Lanka 2009 (209-221) "A Study of Charlotte Bronte’s Subversive Handling of The Figure of the 19th Century Genteel Woman Within The Mainstream Victorian Culture and Economy" Extended Abstract published in the OUSL Annual Academic Sessions proceedings Serptember 2011 "Creating a Feel of Home," an Analysis of Expatriate women in "A Change of Skies" and "Bone China" Abstract published in the Sri Lanka Association of Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies Book of Abstracts June 2013

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