Editorial Board

Chief Editor

Dr Bashabi Fraser, CBE

Professor Emerita of English and Creative Writing

Director, Scottish Centre of Tagore Studies (ScoTs)

Edinburgh Napier University

Honorary Fellow, Centre for South Asian Studies (CSAS)

University of Edinburgh



Associate Editors:


Dr Saptarshi Mallick

Assistant Professor at the Department of American Studies

(Research Area for American Literary and Cultural History with a Focus on (Trans-) Nationality and Space),

University of Graz, Austria.



Dr Anindya Raychaudhuri

Senior Lecturer in English

University of St Andrews, United Kingdom.


Dr Somnath Batabyal

Lecturer, Media in Development and International Journalisms

SOAS, University of London, United Kingdom.


Dr Sourit Bhattacharya

Lecturer in Postcolonial Studies (English Literature)

School of Critical Studies,

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom.


Dr Arunima Bhattacharya

Lecturer in English

School of Arts and Creative Industries

Edinburgh Napier University



Chrys Salt MBE

Artistic Director of The Bakehouse Community Arts (TBCA) and BIG LIT: The Stewartry Book

Festival, United Kingdom.


Dr Debjani Chatterjee MBE FRSL

Royal Literary Fund Associate Fellow

Founder-facilitator of The Healing Word

Sheffield, United Kingdom


Advisory Board


Prof Martha Craven Nussbaum

Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics, University of Chicago, United

States of America.


Dr Kathryn Simpson

Lecturer in Information Studies

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom.


Prof Fakrul Alam

Retired Professor of English, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.


Prof Elleke Boehmer

Professor of World Literature in English, University of Oxford, United Kingdom.


Prof Imre Bangha

Professor, Department of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford, United Kingdom.


Prof Ian Brown

Retired Professor of Drama and Dance, Kingston University, London, United Kingdom.


Mr Amal Chatterjee

Writer, Tutor in Creative Writing, University of Oxford, based in the Netherlands.


Prof Malashri Lal

Retired Professor of English and former Dean of Colleges and Academic Activities & Projects,

University of Delhi and Member of the English Advisory Board, Sahitya Akademi, India


Dr Uma Das Gupta

Historian and Tagore Biographer, India.


Prof Sanjukta Dasgupta

Retired Professor of English, former Dean of Arts, University of Calcutta; Convenor, English

Advisory Board, Sahitya Akademi; President, Intercultural Poetry and Performance Library,

Kolkata, India.


Dr Gillian Dooley

Honorary Senior Research Fellow, Flinders University Adelaide Australia.


Prof Tapati Gupta

Retired Professor of English, University of Calcutta, India.


Prof Kaiser Haq

Retired Professor of English, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.


Prof Stephen Regan

Professor of Poetry, Durham University, United Kingdom.


Dr Michael Heneise

University of Tromso, Norway.


Dr Martin Kämpchen

Tagore Scholar, Biographer and Translator, Santiniketan, India.


Prof Nigel Leask

Regius Chair of English Language and Literature, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom.


Prof Somdatta Mandal

Retired Professor, Department of English, Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan, India.


Prof Murdo Macdonald

Emeritus Professor of History of Scottish Art, University of Dundee, United Kingdom.


Prof Carla Sassi

Associate Professor of English Literature, University of Verona, Italy.


Dr Debojyoti Das

Teaching Fellow in Education, University of Edinburgh.


Prof Nandini Bhattacharya

Coordinator UGC SAP-DRS II Programme

Dept. of English & Culture Studies,

Director Centre for Scottish Studies

Golapbag, Purba Bardhaman, The University of Burdwan


Prof Swati Ganguly

Professor, Department of English,

Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan



Prof Alan Spence

Makar of Edinburgh, Emeritus Professor of Creative Writing, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom.


Mrs Usha Kishore

Poet and Critic, Isle of Man, United Kingdom.


Dr Nigel Planer

Playwright and Actor, United Kingdom.


Dr M Relich

Poet and Critic, Retired Associate Lecturer, The Open University in Scotland, United Kingdom.

Technical Manager:

Mr Alex Dunedin

Director of Ragged University and Social Server.