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Gaur Rashmi (Ms)
Rashmi Gaur Professor rgaurfhs[at]iitr.ac.in NA
Areas of Interest
  • English, Professional Communication, Culture and Gender theories, Mod. Fiction, Indian Writing
Honors and Awards
AwardInstituteYear
National Merit ScholarshipU.P.Board1974
Educational Details
DegreeSubjectUniversityYear
M.A., D.Phil.EnglishAllahabad University1989
Advanced Diploma (B.A. Honors)Russian LanguageISCUS1985
Diploma (2 Yrs)Russian LanguageAllahabad University1982
Administrative Background
FromToDesignationOrganisationLevel
20122014Head of the DeptHumanities &Social Sciences,I.I.T.Roorkee
July 2007June 2012MemberMnagement Board, 'ANUSHRUTI' (Roorkee School for the Deaf))
JAN 2000DEC 2002MemberPanel of Heads
20072012Member, Management BoardAnushruti (Roorkee School for the Deaf, a social initiative of IIT Roorkee)
Sponsored Research Projects
TopicFunding AgencyYear
“Ecology, Development and Gender: Eco-feminist Perspectives in the post 90’s Indian Fiction”. IIT Roorkee2007
Customer Satisfaction, Communication and OutreachMinistry of power, Govt of India, USAID, and RRVNL, Jaipur2007
Customer Satisfaction, Communication and OutreachMinistry of power, Govt of India, USAID, and RRVNL, Jaipur2007
Customer Satisfaction, Communication and OutreachMinistry of power, Govt of India, USAID, and RRVNL, Jaipur2007
Customer Satisfaction, Communication and OutreachMinistry of power, Govt of India, USAID, and RRVNL, Jaipur2007
Customer Satisfaction, Communication and OutreachMinistry of power, Govt of India, USAID, and RRVNL, Jaipur2007
Customer Satisfaction, Communication and OutreachMinistry of power, Govt of India, USAID, and RRVNL, Jaipur2007
Participation in seminars
NamePlaceSponsored ByDate
International Conference on Humanities At The Limit, University of Buffalo, NY, USA, IIT Roorkee4-5.11.11
IAFOR Conference on Media, Film, and Cultural Studies Providence, RI, USAIIT Roorkee18-21.9.14
Literature For Our Times, 14th Triennial Conference of ACLALS British Columbia University,Vancouver, CanadaACLALS, “Construction of Gender in the Fiction of Shashi Deshpande”17-22.8.07
Changing Cultural Patterns in Asia Towards Engineering Studies,Int Inst of Women in Engineering, France and French Ministry of Education, Paris, FranceIIT Roorkee1-20.7.04
VI All India Conference, Indian Association for Studies in Contemporary LiteratureBHU, VaranasiCentral Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies, Sarnath19-2.2.01
International Conference on Identity, Ecology and Culture in Twentieth Century Literatures, Department of English, University of RajasthanIIT Roorkee6-8.2.14
Inte. Conf. on Commomwealth LiteratureDept of HSS, IIT RoorkeeCommonwealth Association and IIT Roorkee13-5.10.05
National Seminar on Reforms in Technical Education, Ministry of Tourism and Culture, Govt. of IndiaIIT RoorkeeMinistry of Tourism and Culture, Govt. of India 26-7.3.01
International Conference on Protest in LiteratureJabalpur, M.P.RDVV, Jabalpur21.8.04
XX IACS International Conference on “Challenges of Diversity: Canada & India”, University of Rajasthan, JaipurIndian Association for Canadian Studies and Univ of Rajasthan27-9.2.04
Int. Conf. on Buddhistic Philosophy & Contemporary IssuesDept of HSS, RoorkeeHSS, IIT Roorkee, “Influence of Budhistic Philosophy on Arun Jhoshi’s Novels 15.11.00
International Conference on Buddhism and LiteratureBHU, VaranasiDept. of English, BHU and Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies, Sarnath19-22.2.01
International Conference on “Women in Science : Is the Glass Ceiling Disappearing, New DelhiNational Institute of Science, Technology and Development Studies, New DelhiIWSA8-10.3.04
XI IACS International Conference on Canadian StudiesHyderabadIACS and Osmania University, Hyderabad24-26.2.07
XXIII IACS International Conference"Cosmopolitianism :Canada &IndiaUniversity of JammuCentre for New Literature,University Of Jammu23 Feb to
XI th All India Conference of Linguists, Univ of Lucknow, LucknowUniv of Lucknow28-0.12.96
IV National Seminar, Indian Association for Studies in Contemporary LiteratureDept.of English, GKU, HaridwarCanadian Studies Center, GKU26-7.10.96
International Conference on “Bio-Diversity and Environmental Governance in Canada and India: SafeguaCCS, GKU, and Dept of Biology, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada at HaridwarCCS, Haridwar21-3.10.10
National Workshop on Contemporary Indian WritingDOEFL, SHIATS, AllahabadSHIATS, Allahabad12.4.13
53rd All India English Teachers’ ConferenceDept.of English, GKU, HaridwarAIETA18-0.12.08
Post-Modernism and Feminism: A Critique of Women’s Writing in IndiaDept. of English, University of Lucknow, Lucknow50th All India English Teachers’ Conference13-6.1.06
Redifining the Sel f: Women in Post-Colonial Indian English WritingsC.C.S University MeerutU.G.C1.12.07 to
National Seminar on Post Colonialism and Third World LiteratureHindu College ,JagadhariU.G.C27-8.9.08
JGU International Literary 2016OP Jindal Global UniversityLiterary Society, OP Jindal Global University21-2.12.16
National Conference on Eastern and Western Aesthetic ThinkingCCS Univ, MeerutUGC3-4.12.09
II National Conference, Indian Association for Studies in Contemporary LiteratureUniversity of Allahabad, Allahabad, UPUniv of Allahabad30.12.95
National Conference on Canadian LiteratureDept.of English, GKU, HaridwarCenter for Canadian Studies,20-2.3.04
XXXXVII All India English Teachers ConferenceDept. of English, University of Lucknow, LucknowAAETA and Univ of Lucknow27-9.12.02
Conf on Teaching Language through LiteratureAllahabad, UP.SCERT, U.P. Govt.16-8.2.93
Conference of English TeachersAllahabad, UP.SCERT, U.P. Govt.17-9.2.94
National Conference on Language, Identity and Society: Centrality of Language in Formation of IdentiDepartment of English and Modern European Languages, Gautam Buddha University.GB Univ., Greater Noida2015
National Conference on Multiculturalism, Conflict and Belonging in Indian Writing in EnglishIIT RoorkeeSahitya Academy21-2.3.15
National Conference of Specialists in English Language Teaching, ELTI,Allahabad, UP.ELTI, Allahabad9-11.2.95
National Seminar on Sri Aurobindo’s Thoughts & Poetry,Dept. of English, Kurukshetra University, KurukshetraKurukshetra University, Kurukshetra7.9.98
XI Commonwealth Conference on Drama: East and West, New DelhiThe Shaw Society3-5.12.03
National conference on ELTAllahabad ELTI, SCERT, UP.7-9.9.92
National Seminar on Situating Women in History, Culture and Polity of North Western IndiaChandigarhP.G.Govt College, Chandigarh15-16.2.10
Development of Communication Skills among the Under-privileged Students of Rural CollegesLakshman-Garh, RajasthanBDT PG College1-2.2.14
Conference on “Woman Resource Potential”, MuzaffarnagarS D Engg College, Muzaffarnagar, UP3.11.12
Memberships
  • NIT Uttarakhand, Member Senate
  • Bundelkhand University Jhansi, Member Academic Council
  • Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute, Delhi, Reviewer
  • Shri Guru Ram Rai University, Dehradoon, Mamber Academic Council
  • C.C.S.Uninversity, Meerut, Member RDC
  • Roorkee School for Deaf,I.I.T.Roorkee, Member, Management Committee
  • Uttarnchal Technical University, Member RDC
  • CSJM University, Kanpur, Member RDC
  • DIT University, Dehradoon, Member RDC
  • Indian Association for Commonwealth Language And Literature, Member
  • Indian Women Scientist's Association, Member
  • The Indian Assocition for English Studies, Member
  • Maharshi Markendeshwar University, Mullana, Haryana, Member BOS,
  • Indian Society for Studies in Contemporary Literature, Member
  • Indian Association for Candian Studies, Member
  • Indian Society for American Studies, Member
  • Indian Society forCommonwealth Studies, Member
Teaching Engagements
TitleCourse CodeClass NameSemester
Communication Skills BasicHSN001, AUGAutumn
Communication Skills AdvancedHSN001,BUGAutumn
Film and LiteratureIHS 10UG ElectiveSpring
Culture and Gender StudiesIHS 308UG ElectiveSpring
Indian Novel in EnglishIHS 06UG ElectiveSpring
Fiction of Indian DiasporaIHS 14UG ElectiveSpring
Technical CommunicationHSN-501PG ElectiveAutumn
Business CommunicationBM 507MBAAutumn
Art of FictionHS-910Pre-Ph.D.Spring
Research MethodologyHS 910Pre-Ph.D.Spring
PHDs Supervised
TopicScholar NameStatus of PHDRegistration Year
Narratives of Dissent and Discontent: A Select Study of Contemporary American and Indian Campus NoveAveri MukhopadhyayaA2013
Feminist Voices in Gloria Naylor's FictionRicha ShrivastavaA2010
Tropes of Gender : A Study of the Novels of Manju Kapur Reena ChauhanA2010
A Pragma-Linguistic Study of Four Contemporary Indian Diasporic NovelistsUrjaniA2007
Anticipating Post Feminism in the novels of Margaret LaurenceRano RingoA2004
Human Values and the Technological World Order in the works of Arun JoshiShivani VatsaA2004
Shashi Deshpande's feministic concernsPallaviA1997
Unmasking the Masculine in Select Indian English NovelsSuraj GunawantO2013
Inter sections of Post Colonial Theory and GenderSukanya MondalO2013
Post Colonial TheoryMan SinghO2012
Myths and History in the Fiction of Margaret AtwoodVijai Raj KumawatO2013
Doing Course WorkAshish SonkarO2017
Visits to outside institutions
Institute VisitedPurpose of VisitDate
Uttarakhand Technical University, Dehradoon, RDC Meeting, 26.3.20110000-00-00
Uttarakhand Technical University, Dehradoon, RDC Meeting, 28.7.2010
Gautam Buddha University, Greater Noida ,Member Selection Committee, 28.7.07
Gautam Buddha University, Gr NoidaScreening Committee Meeting 06.07.20
Uttaranchal State Engineers' AcademyTo deliver a lecture to State irrigation engineers on Communication skills at Dehradun13.02.06
N.A.S.College,MeerutTo deliver invited lecture in seminar on Diaspora Writers.19.02.06
Kurukshetra University,KurukshetraTo deliver lecture in academic staff college on 'Construction of Gender' and 'Gender issues in Indian English Writing' to degree college teachers.04.03.06
Gurukul Kangri University,HardwarTo deliver lecture on 'Feminist Concerns in Canadian Women Writing',in the National Workshop on Canadian Studies for Research Scholars and Young Teachers,organizes by the Center for Canadian Studies and Dept of English, GKU,Haridwar.19.03.06
Chatrapati Sahuji Maharaj University,KanpurTo attend meeting of Research Degree Committee.23.08.06
Hari Singh Gour University, SagarPh D Viva-voce 20.11.15
Kurukshetra University,KurukshetaTo deliver lectures in academic staff college on "Ecocriticism:Theory and Practice" and on"Theories of Gender Construction and Fiction of Shashi Deshpande"16.09.06
Bundelkhand University,JhansiTo conduct workshop on "Group Discussion and Interview Techniques".04.10.06
Jammu University,JammuTo deliever paper on topic entitled "Cosmopolitanism & Compatibility of the Feminist Argument"in XXIII I.A.C.S. International Conference on Canadian Studies.24.02.07
Kurkshetra University KurkshetraInvited as a Resource Person in the U.G.C sponsered Referesher Course.Delivered two lectures. Post Feminism & Gender English Teaching:Some Pedagogical Issues 08.12.07
Chatrapati Sahuji Maharaj University,KanpurTo attend meeting of Research Degree Committee.23.08.06
Participation in short term courses
Couse NameSponsored ByDate
Status of Women in UttaranchalDept of WE&CD, Govt of Uttarakhand, and NCW24.6.04
SAM Workshop, Sensitivity, Awareness and Motivation – Gender Sensitization Workshop UGC, and the QIP Centre, IIT Roorkee18-22,09
NBA Assessors Training WorkshopAICTE and National Board of Accreditation, New Delhi4.6.04
Indian Sanskrit Poetics: Its Application and IssuesDepartment of English, GKU Haridwar16-8, 08
Courses or Conferences Organised
Conference NameSponsored ByDate
CO-chairperson,International Workshop on Sustaining Global PressuresIWSA, Roorkee Branch, SWE-MIT, USA; STMN, Poland, IIWE, France and WIE-IEEE, at Indraprastha College6-8.11.06
Coordinated an e-mail group for students of John Hopkins Univ. USA and IIT RoorkeeFaculty, John Hopkins University, USA,Jan-Dec 04
Jt. Secretary, International Conference on Commonwealth StudiesDept. of Humanities And Social Sciences, I.I.T.Roorkee13-5,05
Member, Organizing CommitteInternational Conference on Buddhistic Philosophy and Contemporary IssuesIIT Roorkee13-5.11.00
Dynamics of Professional Excellence: State-of-Art Teaching MethodologiesQIP, IIT Roorkee2-6.3.09
Co-Convener, Workshop on Research MethodologyQIP, IIT Roorkee15.11.12
Special Lectures Delivered
TitlePlaceDate
U.S.-India Round TableU.S. Embassy, Delhi 23.8.2012
“Case Study on Gender Enabling Initiatives and Practices in IIT Roorkee”,India Habitat Centre, New Delhi10.12.2012
National Conference on Indian Writing in English, GKU Women’s CampusDehradoon14-5.10.11
National Workshop on Contemporary Indian WritingSHIATS, Allahabad12.4.13
National Conference on Eastern and Western Aesthetic ThinkingCCS University, Meerut3-4.12.09
Books Authored
The Poetic Strain in the novels of Virginia Woolf
By: Rashmi Gaur
Published by: Vimal Prakashan, Ghaziabad Page No: 193 (Vol 01) year: 1991
Women's Writing:Some Facets
By: Rashmi Gaur
Published by: Sarup&Sons, New Delhi Page No: 151 (Vol 01) year: 2003
Ice- Candy-Man:A Reader's Companion
By: Rashmi Gaur
Published by: asia book club.New Delhi Page No: 222 (Vol 01) year: 2004
Anathamurthy's: Samaskara
By: Rashmi Gaur
Published by: Prestige,New Delhi Page No: 176 (Vol 01) year: 2006
Refereed Journal Papers

Kumawat, Vijayraj, and Rashmi Gaur. "(Il)legitimacy of Knowledge and Exclusion: A Study of Margaret Atwood's Select Novels." Journal of Exclusion Studies 7.1 ,February 2017 : 51-63.

Gunwant, Suraj, and Rashmi Gaur. “Towards a Genealogy of Postmodern Masculine Subjectivities.” Spring Magazine on English Literature. 2.2 , 2017: 90-94. 

Mukhopadhyay, Averi and Rashmi Gaur. “Academy and Power at Crossroads: A Study of Philip Roth’s The Human Stain.” International Journal of Culture Studies and Social Sciences, vol. 4, no. 7, 2016: pp. 122-136.

Gunwant, Suraj, and Rashmi Gaur. “Towards a Taxonomy of Masculinities: Mapping Hegemonic and Alternative Masculine Practices in Shashi Deshpande’s The Dark Holds No Terror and That Long Silence.” The Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities 8.3, 2016: 193-201.

Gunwant, Suraj, and Rashmi Gaur. “The Kite Runner: A New-Historicist Reading.” IUP Journal of English Studies 11.2, 2016: 57-65. 

 Kumawat, Vijayraj, and Rashmi Gaur. "Spectral Past and Memory in Margaret Atwood's The Robber Bride." The Atlantic Critical Review 15.1-2 , 2016: 55-67.

Kumawat, Vijayraj, and Rashmi Gaur. "Exploring Historical Space: Uncanny Liminality and Heterotopia in Margaret Atwood's The Blind Assassin." The Atlantic Literary Review 16.4, 2015: 48-63.

Mukhopadhyay, Averi and Rashmi Gaur. “Power Relations Dynamics in the Academe: A Close Reading of Srividya Natarajan'sNo Onions Nor Garlic.The Atlantic Critical Review, vol. 14, no. 1-2, 2015, pp. 41-58.

Chauhan, Reena & Rashmi Gaur. Nuances of Gendered Education and Selfhood in   the Novels of Manju Kapur, Points of View, XX(2), 2013: 170-187.

Irshaad, Shaista, Gaur, Rashmi. Construction of Sex, Gender and Class in Margaret  Atwood’s Alias Grace, International Journal of English and Literature, 3(2), 2013:117-126.

Shrivastava, Richa & Rashmi Gaur. Matriarchal Lineage in Gloria Naylor's Mama Day, Points of View, XX(2), 2013: 105-117.

Shrivastava, Richa & Rashmi Gaur. Silence of Women in Naylor’s Linden Hills, The Vedic Path, LXXXV11 (1&2), 2013: 132-142.

Gaur, Rashmi. Edifice of Sexuality in the Short Stories of Sa’adat Hasan Manto. Points of View, X1V(2),2012: 92-97.

Gaur, Rashmi and Chakravarti, Urjani. Applying Relevance Theory for Valuing Environment Constructs: A Study of The Hungry Tide and Sea of Poppies. Points of View, XIX(1), 2012: 81-88.

Gaur, Rashmi. . A Post-colonial Appraisal of Tagore’s Gora. Indian Ethos, 1(2), 2011:106-118.

Gaur, Rashmi.  Magic Realism as a Literary Device in Queen of Dreams.  Indian Ethos, 1(1), 2011:106-118.

Irshaad, Shaista and Rashmi Gaur .  Gender as Constructed:  Men in The Blind Assassin of Margaret Atwood, Indian Journal of World Literature and Culture, Vol. 7, 2011: 93 - 108.

Rashmi Gaur . Incarcerated Motherhood in Toni Morrison’s A Mercy. Points of View, XVIII(1),2011: 110-119.

Chakravarti, Urjani and Rashmi Gaur .“Environment Constructs as a Communication Tool”. Atlantic Literary Review, Vol.X11, no 2, April-June, 2011:pp 86-95.

Chakravarti, Urjani and Rashmi Gaur. “Environment Constructs as a Communication Tool”. Atlantic Literary Review, Vol.X11, no 2, April-June 2011, pp 86-95.

Gaur, Rashmi. “Context and Text: Technology of Gender in the Fiction of Shashi Deshpande”, The Commonwealth Review, Vol.XVII, No. 2, Winter 2009, pp.177- 187.

Gaur, Rashmi, “Ecology and Gender: An Eco-feminist Appraisal of Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide”, Points of View, Vol XVII No 1 (Summer 2010), pp 84-91.

Rashmi Gaur and Vallari Gaur, “Scripting the Gender: Margaret Laurence’s The Diviners”. LITTCRIT, Issue 70, Vol. 36, No.2, 2010, pp.86-95.

Gaur, Rashmi and Vallari, “English Language Teaching: Towards Developing an Interdisciplinary Approach”, The Vedic Path, Vol.LXXXIII, no 3&4, July-December 2009, pp 102-08.

Gaur, Rashmi.“Context and Text: Technology of Gender in the Fiction of Shashi Deshpande”, The Commonwealth Review, Vol.XVII, No. 2, 2009, pp.177- 187.

Gaur, Rashmi.Report on the Proceedings of the International Workshop on Sustaining Global Pressures : Women in Science and Engineering, International Journal for Women and Gender Research, Vol.1, no.1, Jan-June 2007, pp.106-08.

Gaur, Rashmi.“Polemics of Gender Construction: Bharati Mukerjee’s A Tiger’s Daughter and Desirable Daughters” Impressions, Bi-annual e- Journal released on January 31, 2008

Gaur, Rashmi.“Mutilated Identities: Partition in the Stories of Sa’dat Hasan Manto” The SPIEL Journal of English Studiews, Vol.II, no.2, 2006, pp.25-36.

Gaur, Rashmi and Rano Ringo. “Deconstructing Gender : A Liberating Approach Toward Man-Woman Relationship in Margaret Laurence’s A Jest of God”, Points of View, Vol. XIII, no. 1, 2006, pp 43-50.

Gaur, Rashmi and Rano Ringo.  “Finding a Voice: A Post-feminist Study of Margaret Laurence’s The Diviners”, Indian Journal of World Literature and Culture, Vol II, July-Dec 2006, pp 41-51.

Gaur, Rashmi. “Etchings of Partition: Bapsi Sidhwa’s Ice-Candy-Man”, Mind and Heart, Vol.I, no.1, 2006, pp 15-23. 

Gaur, Rashmi. “What is Not There: Side-Tracked Gender in Narayan’s The Financial Expert,” The Atlantic Critical Review, Vol. IV no1, 2005, pp 81-87.

Gaur, Rashmi. “Gordimer’s The Late Bourgeois World: Revolutionary Veneer over Conventional Gender Roles”, The Commonwealth Review, Vol. XV, no 1, 2005, pp121-131.

Gaur, Rashmi. “Ethnic Diversities and Pessimistic Determinism in Rohinton Mistry’s A Fine Balance”, Research, Vol.V, no1, Spring 2005, pp.70-80.

Gaur, Rashmi. “Female sexuality and Introspection in Shashi Deshpande’s Moving On”, The Indian Journal of English Studies, Vol. XLII, 2004-05, pp 31-37.

Gaur, Rashmi and  Rano Ringo, Towards a Woman’s World : A Post-Feminist  Reading of The Stone Angel”,  Creative Forum, Vol. XVII, no 2,  Dec 2004,  pp 5-19.

Gaur, Rashmi. “Kaleidoscopic Cultural Multiplicity and Identity Crisis in  Jhumpa Lahiri’s  Namesake”,  Points of View, Vol. XI, no 2, Winter 2004, pp 85-92.

Gaur, Rashmi. “Motifs of Dissipated Protest in the Post-War British Drama”, Creative Writing and Criticism, Vol. II, no 1, October 2004, pp 25-33. 

Gaur, Rashmi.“The River Churning: Mapping the Socio-Feminine Consciousness”, The Quest, June 2004, Vol. XVIII, no 1, pp18-27.

Gaur, Rashmi.  “Gender Relations and Cross-Cultural Transactions in Bharati Mukherji’s Desirable Daughters”, The Indian Journal of English Studies, Vol. XLI, 2003-2004, pp 204-211.

Gaur, Rashmi. “Mothers can’t be Lovers: Patterns of traditional Male Behaviour in Anita Desai’s Voices in the City”, The Atlantic Literary Review, Oct-Dec 2003, Vol.IV no4, pp 61-71.

Gaur, Rashmi. “Colonialism & Beyond It: The Glass Palace as A Symbol of Hope”, Creative Forum, Vol. XVI, no1-2, Jan-June 2003, pp. 05-14.

Gaur, Rashmi. “Images of Indian Woman in Shashi Deshpande’s That Long Silence – Images,  Myths and Realities,” Literary Criterion, Vol. XXXVIII, no1, Jan.2003, pp 05-18. 

Gaur, Rashmi. “Subtext of Marginalization in George Orwell’s Animal Farm”, The Atlantic Critical  Review, Jan-March 2003, Vol. II no1, pp 97-104.

Rashmi Gaur , Machimo and Gender Discrimination in Achebe's Things Fall Apart, Littcrit, Vol.29, no.2, 2003, pp 34-44.

Gaur, Rashmi. “Society, Husband and the Other: The Dilemma of Indian Wives in the Novels of Shashi Deshpande”,Critical Practice, Vol. X, no2, June 2003, pp 92-104.

Gaur, Rashmi. “Self and Society in Sunita Jain’s A Girl of Her Age”, Points of View, Vol. X, no1, Summer 2003, pp.56-61.

Gaur, Rashmi. “Gender Stereotypes and Affirmation of Self in Alice Munro’s Lives of Girls and  Women,” Research, Autumn 2003, Vol.III, no 3, pp 66-76.

….. Also published in Studies in Women Writers in English, Vol. 1, ed. Mohit K. Ray and Rama Kundu, New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers, 2004, pp 83-91.

Gaur, Rashmi. Suffering and Desire in Shashi Deshpande’s Small Remedies”, The Quest,  June 2002,  Vol. XVI, no 1, pp33-38.

Gaur, Rashmi. “Justifying Sethe’s Act in Toni Morrison’s Beloved”, The Atlantic Literary Review, Jan- March 2002, Vol III no 1, pp158-166.

Gaur, Rashmi and Shivani Vatsa, "A Study of Corrupting Influence of Technology: The Strange Case of Billy Biswas,”  Littcrit India, Vol. IV, Spring/Summer 2002,  pp 2-14.

…. Also published in The Novels of Arun Joshi-A Critical Study, ed. M K Bhatanagar, New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers, 2001, pp.28-41.  Linguistics and Translation,The Quest, June 2001, Vol. XV, no1, pp74-80.

Gaur, Rashmi." Traces of Buddhism in Shashi Deshpande's Novels - Dark Holds No Terrors and 

That Long Silence”, Points of View, Vol. VIII, no. 1, Summer 2001, pp 82-89.

Rashmi Gaur , Linguistics And Translation, The Quest, Vol: Vol.15, no.1, 2001, pp 74-80.

Gaur, Rashmi. “The Influence of Buddhist Philosophy on  Arun Joshi's  The  Foreigner and The  Strange Case of Billy Biswas”, Critical Practice, Vol. VII, no.2, June 2000, pp 61-69.

Gaur, Rashmi. “Sri Aurobindo’s Poetry: Message of a Visionary," Vedic Path, Quarterly English Journal of Gurukul Kangri University, Haridwar, Vol. LVII, no.6, December 2000, pp 75- 84.

.... Also  published  in  Critical  Essays on  Indian Writing  in  English, ed. K.A. Agarwal, New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers, 2003, pp.27-37.

Gaur, Rashmi. Review Article on "Fine Frenzy” by A.N. Dwivedi, Critical Practice, Vol VII  no1, Winter 2000, pp 116-117.

Gaur, Rashmi. "Lady Chatterley's Lover and the Rationale behind Censorship”, Points of  View,  Vol. IV no.2, Winter 1997, pp 60-74.

"Gaur, Rashmi. So Many Hungers: An Attempt at Restructuring of Society and Human Personality”, Points of View, Vol. I, no 2, Winter 1994, pp.1-10.

Gaur, Rashmi. Review  article  on Poor Women,  by  Tuncer  CUCENOGLU,  Points of ViewVol. I, no1, Summer 1994, p.109.

Book Chapters and Proceedings

Gunwant, Suraj, and Rashmi Gaur. "Resisting Patriarchy Without Separatism: A Re-Reading of Shashi Deshpande's The Dark Holds No Terror.The English Paradigm in India: Essays in Language, Literature, and Culture, edited by Shweta Rao Garg and Deepti Gupta, Palgrave Macmillan, 2017, pp.125- 138.

Gaur, Rashmi , “Shifting Priorities Across the Life Cycle: A Study of Hagar Shipley in Laurence’s the Stone Angel”, Mapping Canadian Literature and Social Sciences, ed. R.K.Dhawan and D.K.Pabby, New Delhi: Prestige Publishers, 2007, pp.89-103.

Gaur, Rashmi , “Resurgence of Women in R.K. Narayan’s Guide”, Spectrum of Indian Writing in English , ed. Dr. K. A. Agarwal, Jaipur : Book Enclave,2004,  pp 162-172. Co- authored with Ms. Pallavi.

Gaur, Rashmi , “Passion and Devastation beneath Ethnic and Polytropic Identities in Michal Ondaatje’s  The  English PatientStudies  in  Commonwealth Literature, ed. M. K. Ray, New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers, 2003. Pp. 66-74.

Gaur, Rashmi , “The Concept of Humanistic Values in the Novels of Arun Joshi”, Critical Essay  on Indian Writing in English, ed. K.A. Agarwal, New Delhi : Atlantic Publishers, 2003, pp. 156-168 .

Gaur, Rashmi , “Nine Sketches Interpreting Human Maladies: Jhumpa Lahiri’s Interpreter of Maladies,” Discussing Indian Women Writers: Some Feminist Issues, ed. Alessandro Monti & R. K. Dhawan, New Delhi: Prestige Books, 2002,  pp 139-150. Also published in Jhumpa Lahiri: The Master Story Teller, ed. Suman Bala, New Delhi: Khosla Publishing House, 2002, pp100-107.

Gaur, Rashmi , and Pallavi Thakur, “The Roots of Girlhood Casting Shadows on Womanhood: Shashi Deshpande’s Roots and Shadows”, Reflections on Indian English Literature, proceedings of National Seminar on Contemporary Indian English Literature, organized by the Gurkul Kangri University, Hardwar in Februrary 2001, ed. M.R. Verma and K.A. Agarwal, New Delhi : Atlantic Publishers, 2002, pp. 41-62, co-authored with Ms. Pallavi.

Gaur, Rashmi , “Denial of Music to Mohini: A Critique of Bhabhani Bhattacharya’s Music for Mohini”, The Novels of Bhabhani Bhattacharya, ed. Monika Gupta, New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers, 2002, pp.54-64.

Gaur, Rashmi , “That Long Silence: Journey towards Self-Actualization”, Women in the Novels of Shashi Deshpande”, ed. Dr. Suman Bala, New Delhi: Khosla Publication House, 2001, pp.88-97.

Gaur, Rashmi  and Shivani Vatsa, “The concept of Humane Technology in Arun Joshi’s The Foreigner, “The Novels of Arun Joshi - A Critical Study, ed. M.K. Bhatnagar, New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers, 2001, pp.28-41.

Gaur, Rashmi , Paro: A Tale of Two Ladies”, Women Writers in the Twentieth Century Literature, ed. Monika Gupta, New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers, 2000, pp.176-182.

Gaur, Rashmi  and Pallavi Thakur,  “Parenthood Makes You Vulnerable: Concept of Motherhood in Shashi Deshpande’s Binding Vine,” Women Writers in Twentieth Century Literature, ed. Monika Gupta, New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers, 2000, pp.216-226.

Gaur, Rashmi and Renu Rastogi, ."Socio- Educational Problems of Students in Technical Institutes", The Indian Journal of Technical Education, Vol.XXII, no. 2, April-June 1999, pp. 19-21.

Gaur, Rashmi and A P Trivedi, “Arun Joshi: Reading his Novels as Buddhistic Reflections”, Recent Indian  English Literature, ed. S.D. Sharma, Karnal: Natraj Publication, 1998, pp.  251- 267.

Gaur, Rashmi, “Feminism in Virginia Woolf’s Novels”, Feminism and Literature, ed. K.K. Sharma, New Delhi:  K.K. Publications, 1996, pp.165-177.

Gaur, Rashmi, “Distortion of Individuality: A Study of the Social Deception”, Proceedings of the VII All India Meeting of Women in Science held at University of Roorkee, September 5-7, 1996, pp. 30-36.

Gaur, Rashmi, “Redesigning the Curriculum of English in Technical Institutions”, Proceedings of the National Seminar on Reforms in Technical Education, Ministry of Tourism and  Culture, Govt of India &University of Roorkee, March 26-27,2001, pp 42- 43.

Gaur, Rashmi and Y B Lal, “The Curriculum of English in Technical Institutes,” Proceedings of the National Conference on Integrating Humanistic Values and Social Concerns with  Technical Education at Roorkee University, Nov.3- 7, 1997, pp.104-108.

Gaur, Rashmi, “Justification for Study of English in Uttar Pradesh”, Proceedings of the National  Conference on Deteriorating Standards in English Teaching in Uttar Pradesh,   organized by SCERT, UP at ELTI, Allahabad, September 7-9, 1992.

Miscellaneous
  • Associated with the following Consultancy Projects in the area of Communication Skills: 1.Analytical Skills Development Program for ACC managers (July 2008, March – April 2007, January 2006, January 2005, December 2003) 2.Training Program for the Electrical Engineers of MP State, ovember 2007, January 2008 •SIDBI, Consultancy Taken up by the Department of Humanities & Social Sciences, IIT Roorkee, 1998 •BHEL Haridwar, Spouse Training Program, September 1999
  • Have been associated with the planning and development of the following courses : PG : 1.Business Communications, MBA Programme, IIT Roorkee, started in 1998 2.Technical Communication, HS-501, IIT Roorkee, started in 1999 3. Pre-Ph. D. courses of HSS department UG : Core Courses: 1. English Basic, B.Tech I year, IIT Roorkee, started in 1999 2. English Advance, B.Tech I year, IIT Roorkee, started in 1999 3.Technical Communication, B.Tech II yr (old scheme), B.Tech. I yr (new scheme) Elective Courses: 1.Gender and Culture Studies 2.Film and Literature 3.Fiction of Indian Diaspora , •Invited to attend the Oxford Round Table (20th anniversary) on Women in the Modern World : The Struggle for Equality, Britain, March 16-21, 2008 •Invited to be an adjunct faculty at IIM, Lucknow, 1998 , Conducted Free Workshops/Courses in the area of Communication Skills and Personality Development for IITR students from vernacular medium sponsored by ISTE, IWSA and Center for Continuing Education. These workshops usually had a duration of three months on twice a week basis.
  • I have had the following editorial responsibilities: 1.On the Advisory Panel of the International Journal on Women and Gender Research, published by the Center for Women’s Studies & Development, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi 2.Assistant Editor, Creative Writing and Criticism, a bi-annual journal of literature and language studies 3.On the Panel of Reviewers of a bi-annual journal of literature The Quest 4. On the Advisory Panel of Mind & Heart, published by the CCSJ University, Kanpur 5.Associate Editor of IITR Magazine LION (English Section), since 1997 till it continued 6. Had also been the editor of the Annual Magazine of MNIT, Allahabad for three years
  • Have been associated with the faculty appraisal programs of the following institutes: 1.NIT, Hamirpur, 2007 2. Gautam Buddha University, Greater Noida, 2008 3.Colleges of UPTU, 2008 4.Shobhit University, Meerut, 2009 5.Guru Ram Rai Univ. Dehradoon, cont.
  • Had initiated the establishment of Language Lab in the HSS Department in 1996. Also initiated the teaching of Communication Skills based English Language courses as a part of Academic Programs at UG and PG levels.
  • Recognized as a Star Performer, IIT Roorkee, for the session of 2004-2005
  • Have been associated with the planning and development of the following courses : PG : 1.Business Communications, MBA Programme, IIT Roorkee, started in 1998 2.Technical Communication, HS-501, IIT Roorkee, started in 1999 3. Pre-Ph. D. courses of HSS department UG : Core Courses: 1. English Basic, B.Tech I year, IIT Roorkee, started in 1999 2. English Advance, B.Tech I year, IIT Roorkee, started in 1999 3.Technical Communication, B.Tech II yr (old scheme), B.Tech. I yr (new scheme) Elective Courses: 1.Gender and Culture Studies 2.Film and Literature 3.Fiction of Indian Diaspora
  • Association with UGC Sponsored Refresher Courses/QIP and Similar Training Programs: •Held at Academic Staff Colleges at Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra; Jiwaji Rao University, Gwalior; Bundelkhand University, Jhansi; CCS University, Meerut; HNB University, Garhwal; CSJM University, Kanpur; Canadian Studies Centre, GKU, Haridwar; COER, Roorkee; Shobhit University, Meerut, Modi Institute of Technology and Sciences, Laxmangarh •Held at IIT Roorkee, Engineering Colleges of Uttaranchal and UP Technical Universities