Geetha Ganapathy Dore Research-Accredited Associate Professor of English, Faculty of Law, Political and Social Sciences, Université Sorbonne Paris Nord, Paris, France
Geetha Ganapathy-Dore is an alumna of Annamalai, Madras, Paris 7 - Denis Diderot, and Paris Nanterre Universities. She is currently a research-accredited Associate Professor of English at the Law, Political and Social Sciences Faculty of the University of Sorbonne Paris Nord. She is in charge of the second-year master’s degree in trade policies with emerging nations. She is the author of The Postcolonial Indian Novel in English (2011). She has co-edited 10 volumes of research dealing with postcolonial literature (including migrant and refugee writings), culture and cinema, on the one hand, EU law, and human and environmental rights, on the other. Her research papers have appeared in many international journals. She has also translated Tamil short stories and poems into French. She sits on the editorial board of Atlantis, Journal of the Spanish Association for Anglo-American Studies, and heads the Society of Activities and Research on the Indian World. She is a co-project investigator for the SPARC project entitled ‘Engendering Development Goals, Action Plans and Strategies: Dialogues between India and Europe’ and lectured at the Centre for European Studies, Pondicherry University, in the summer of 2019.