Kakoli Gogoi

Kakoli Gogoi
Kakoli Gogoi
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Assistant Professor
History

Profile

Education: M.A.

Professional Experience:

  • Assistant Professor in Dibrugarh University from 2011 till Date

Specialisation/Area of Interest:

  • Medieval India, Socio-cultural history, Gender Studies.

Administrative Assignments:

  • Warden, Aideo Handique Satri Nivas (Old), Aideo Handique Satri Nivas (PGH2)

Publications

Research Publications:

  1. From Jugi-Katani to the Nath Identity: Changing History of a Community, in Journal of Historical Research, Vol. XVII, 2009 ISSN no. 22777563.
  2. Envisioning Goddess Tara: A Study of the Tara Traditions in Assam, in Proceedings of 72nd session Indian History Congress (Patiala) Dec 13th, 2012.
  3. Reading a Strange Tale: Reading the Adbhut Ramayana of Raghunath Mahanta, published in the Journal of Historical Research, Vol. XVIII, 2011, ISSN no. 22777563.
  4. Making of a different “Others”: Understanding the Narratives of Exclusion published in the Journal of Historical Research, Vol. XIX, 2015, ISSN no. 22777563.

Books and Chapters:

  1. Mayamara Vaishnav Samajar Thaan- Satra: Itihas aru Eitijya, (ed.) Dr. D. Nath, ShriShri Aniruddhadeva Chair, Dibrugarh University.

Papers Presented:

  1. Rethinking Ethno History: understanding the Formation Process of a Religious Community of Assam, in National seminar entitled Doing Ethno-History in North-east India: New Approaches and perspective, Organized by ICHR North-East Regional center, Guwahati, 19-20th Feb2010.
  2. Shri Shri Nityanandadeva Thaan in Mayamaria Ttradition: History and Social Significance in National seminar entitled Neo-Vaishnavite Movement in Assam: Phases and Transformation,  organized by Department of History, Dibrugarh University, 25-26th march,2010
  3. Deification of the Earth: Interpreting the representation of the Earth as a Goddess in National seminar entitled Religion, Society and Ecology in the North-East India, organized by Department of History, Dibrugarh University, 4-5th march, 2011
  4. Goddess Tara: Buddhist Goddess or Hindu Devi? In National seminar entitled Buddhism in Assam: Its Past and Present, Gargaon College, Sivasagar31st July 2011.
  5. Envisioning Goddess Tara: A Study of the Tara Traditions in Assam, in 72nd session Indian History Congress (Patiala) Dec 13th’2011
  6. Approaches to the Study of Saktism in Assam in National seminar entitled  Understanding Society and Religion in the North-East India, organized by Department of History, Dibrugarh University, 28-29th Sept’2012
  7. Divine Mothers: Understanding Various Goddess Traditions of the Brahmaputra valley in 73rd session Indian History Congress (Mumbai) Dec 13th’2012.

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