Dr. Maitali Khanna completed her Bachelors and Masters degrees in English and M.Phil. in English Literature from SSSIHL. Her M. Phil. thesis was on the critical study of the contrasting ideas of sympathy and distance in select modern poets. She then received her doctoral degree from her alma mater in 2015, in the area of postmodern theory and poetry, examining the poems of Philip Larkin and Ted Hughes in an applied critique.
In 2012, Dr. Maitali joined SSSIHL as a faculty member in the Department of English Language & Literature. Her research contributions predominantly lie in the realm of postmodern literature. In addition to her regular teaching responsibilities, she actively engages in research pursuits and guides postgraduate dissertations.
Currently, Dr. Maitali Khanna serves as the Head of the Department of Languages & Literature at SSSIHL.
Areas of Teaching
Poetry, Postmodern Literature, Linguistics and Phonetics, Victorian Literature, Literary Criticism
Postmodern Poetry, Literary Criticism and Theory
Current Ph.D. Supervision
Miss Priyamvada C (Comparative Poetics: Western and Sanskrit)
Miss Sreenidhi S (Cognitive Poetics in Indian Writings in English)
Miss Bhamidipati V S D N S Vaishnavi (Indian poetry in English)