Abu Siddik

Abu Siddik is an Assistant Professor (Stage II), Department of English, Falakata College, Alipurduar, West Bengal. He has been teaching since 2010. He is the Coordinator of IQAC of the college. His areas of interest include American Literature, Postcolonial Literature, Cultural Studies, Subaltern Studies, and Literary and Cultural Theories. ORCID: http://orcid.org/0000-0002-2913-2344 http://falakatacollege.org.in/faculty.html 

Papers published in Journals/ Edited Books
1.      “William Faulkner and Parenting” in The Atlantic literary Review 13.4(2012): 70-89. 
2.      “Dooars Tea Tribals’ Diasporic Identity” in Criterion ejournal 4.2 (2013): 1-8.<http://www.the-criterion.com/V4/n2/Abu.pdf >. 
3.       “Migration, and V.S. Naipaul’s A House for Mr Biswas” in Rural-out Migration in India: Problems and Prospects. Eds. Gopal Sharma and Nazrul Islam. Coochbehar: Sitalkuchi College, 2013. 307-15. ISBN 978-81-926968-0-5 
4.      “Lesbian and Gay Families, and Parenting: An Overview” in Cultural Studies: Theories and Praxes. Ed. Partha Sarathi Guha.   Berhampore  : Berhampore Girls’ College, 2013. 257-263.ISBN 978-81-927259-0-1  

5.      Vivekananda’s Vision of Religion: A Brief Survey of Hinduism and Islam.”   in Research Chronicler: International Multidisciplinary Research Journal 2:3 (March 2014): 163-168

6.      “Bengali Muslims as Marginals: An Overview.” In Representation of the Marginalized in Indian writings in English. Ed. Abu Siddik. Falakata : Publication Cell, Falakata College, 2015. 180-186. ISBN 978-93-84671-13-6 
7.      “Bangali Musolman: Uttorbongo o Onnotro.” In Uttorpada. Ed. Ranjan Roy. Falakata : Publication Cell, Falakata College, 2015. ISBN 978-93-82441-04-5 
8.      "Border is in the Mind" in Border, Globalization and Identity. Eds. Sukanta Das, et al. UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018. ISBN (10): 1-5275-0360-7 ISBN (13): 978-1-5275-0360-1

Edited Book
1.      Representation of the Marginalized in Indian writings in English. Ed. Abu Siddik.  Falakata : Publication Cell, Falakata College, 2015. 180-186. ISBN 978-93-84671-13-6

1.      Mis/Fit Parents in Faulkner’s select Texts. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2015. ISBN 978-93-5207-140-1
2.      Banglar Musolman. Kolkata: Sopan, 2018. ISBN 978-93-82441-54-0

Short Fiction
1.      “Sukra Oraon” accepted by Muse India, and to be featured in March-April 2018 issue. 

Contact - Dr. Abu Siddik
Mobile: +91 973 409 8557

Assistant Professor (Stage II), Department of English, Falakata College, Alipurduar - 735211, West Bengal (India)

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