Ms. Dinithi Karunanayake

Ms. Dinithi Karunanayake

Lecturer

Lecturer

 

Books

  1. Karunanayake, Dinithi and Selvy Thiruchandran (eds.), (2011) Continuities and Departures: Essays on Sri Lankan Women’s Writing in English, Colombo: Vijitha Yapa.
  2. Karunanayake, Dinithi and Daniel Ringlod, (2010) Written Composition (A Study Guide), Colombo: Faculty of Arts, University of Colombo.

 

Book Chapters and web documents

  • Karunanayake, Dinithi, (2009) “Rebellion, Momentary but Momentous?: (Re)presentations of Subaltern Women as Militants in Visakesa Chandrasekaram’s Forbidden Area, Charles Sarvan’s ‘Appointment with Rajiv Gandhi’”, Wimal Dissanayaka and the Communication World, K. Kumarasinge (ed.) Colombo: Godage & Bros. pp 533-555.

 

Refereed Journal articles

  1. Karunanayake, Dinithi, (2009) “Dismantling Theory? Agency and the Subaltern Woman in Mahasweta Devi’s ‘Draupadi’”, The University of Colombo Review Vol 1.2 (New Series). pp 54-65.
  2. Karunanayake, Dinithi, (2010) “The Empire Writing/Righting itself? : A Reading of Mulk Raj Anand’s Untouchable”’ Sri Lanka Journal of Humanities, XXXVI (Vol 1 & 2). pp 69-85.

 

Conference papers

  1. “Representations: The Postcolonial Woman Writer Narrating Third-World-Women and Trauma”, Twelfth National Convention, CENWOR, July 2010
  2. “Interventions?: Women, Development, Marginality and the Sri Lankan Woman Writer” 19th SAARC Writers Conference – Words, Cultures, Identities : South Asian Dialogues, New Delhi, India, 2007 March.
  3. “Modern Sri Lankan Literature” Translation Studies Workshop, Kolkata, India April 2007.
    Karunanayake, D and Mendis, D, “Ensuring alignment of assessment tasks with course objectives and the curriculum.” Faculty of Arts Annual Research Sessions, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka, December 2006.
  4. Joint Poster Presentation at SDC – SLAIHEE Conference on Improving Higher Education Effectiveness in Sri Lanka, 2005. Title: “Improving the Quality of Learning by Teaching through Incomplete Handouts”.
  5. Co-presenter at a British Council sponsored conference on English for Academic Purposes, 2001. Title of paper: ‘English for Professional Purposes’