Rama Paul

Assistant Professor , Spanish

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Department of Germanic and Romance Studies
University of Delhi
Delhi - 110007

Office: Room 337, Arts Faculty Extension Building
Phone: 27666426
E-mail: paul.rama@gmail.com

Rama Paul


M.Phil., JNU, 2002                                                                   
Diploma (2003), Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language, University of Salamanca, Spain

Research interests
Gender, social movements and literature

Selected Publications


  • Co-authored. La poesía escrita por mujeres hispanoamericanos en el siglo XX. Jawaharlal Nehru University: New Delhi 2007


  • Co-authored. ‘Transforming Spaces or Refashioning Hierarchies? – Some Preliminary Reflections on Gender Relations, Media and Globalization’ in Somayaji, Sakarama and Somayaji, Ganesh (eds.) Sociology of Globalisation: Perspectives from India, Rawat Publications; New Delhi and Jaipur 2006.
  • Representing the Other Reality: Challenges to Masculinist Discourse in Black Novel with Argentines by Luisa Valenzuela in Hispanic Horizon, Vol. 23, year 2004-2005
  • Co-authored. Institutionalizing Discrimination: Challenges of Educating Urban Poor in Neo-liberal Era, in Ali, Sabir (ed.) Managing Urban Poverty, Uppal Publishing  House: New Delhi. 2006.


  • Has translated from Spanish to English ‘Beyond Crisis: On the Nature of Political Change in Argentina’ by Ana C. Dinerstein in Chandra, Pratyush, Ghosh, Anuradha and Kumar, Ravi (eds.) (2004) The Politics of Imperialism and Counterstrategies, Aakar Books: New Delhi
  • Has translated poems from Spanish to Hindi and Spanish to Bengali of Alfonsina Storni and Delmira Agustini (Latin American Women writers), read at a Seminar in JNU, 2002
  • Has done various technical and literary translations in professional capacity including translation assignments for World Social Forum and various international organisations.
Conference Presentations
  • Reclaiming her (hi)stories: A feminine/feminist reading of La Mujer Habitada by Gioconda Belli, International seminar on ‘Myth, Magic, History: Contemporary Fiction in Latin America and India’ organized by Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi 2006

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