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Madhurendra Jha, Asst. Professor

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M. A. (JNU, New Delhi), Ph.D. (pursuing from JNU, New Delhi)

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Area of Specialization: Chinese Cinema and literary translation

Area of Interest: Chinese language, literature and culture


Awards & Honors:

1. Awarded with the Institute of Chinese Studies, New Delhi and Harvard-Yenching Institute, Harvard University Joint Fellowship for doctoral research in April 2016.
2. Selected as ‘Young Sinologist’ from India by Ministry of Culture, People’s Republic of China and Chinese Academy of Social Sciences for the ‘2015 Young Sinologists Research Program” held during July 5, 2015 to July 24, 2015 at Beijing, organized by Ministry of Culture, People’s Republic of China and Chinese Academy of Social Sciences


Best five publications in last five years:

1. Jha, Madhurendra. Review of Soviet Influence and Chinese Films Produced during the ‘17-year’ Period (苏联影响与中国十七年电影) written by Hong Hong 洪宏. Beijing: Zhongguo Dianying Chubanshe (中国电影出版社), 2008 under New Frontiers of Asian Scholarship, Online Publication of Harvard-Yenching Institute https://harvard-yenching.org/features/soviet-influence-and-chinese-films-produced-during-17-year-period

2. Jha, Madhurendra. “My Hands Shoot What My Eyes See: Jia Zhangke and the May Fourth Literature.” China and the World Cultural Exchange, Vol. 211, No. 5, May 25, 2016, Supplement 2016, Journal of the China International Cultural Association, Ministry of Culture, P.R. China, ISSN: 1004-5015, Pg. 109-113.

3. Jha, Madhurendra. “设想新的国家:尼赫鲁和毛泽东时代电影对比” (Imagining the Nation: a comparative study of Nehru era and Mao era Cinema) China and the World Cultural Exchange, Vol. 230, Supplement 2015, Journal of the China International Cultural Association, Ministry of Culture, P.R. China, ISSN: 1004-5007, Pg. 50-53.

4. Jha, Madhurendra. “Reinventing the Ballad of Mulan: a Socio- Political- Cultural Analysis of Cinematic Adaptations of the Folksong of Mulan.” Lokratna, Journal of Folklore Foundation, India, Vol. VIII, March 2015, ISSN 2347-6427, Pg. 182-195.

5. Jha, Madhurendra. “Raj Kapoor and his Films: The Confluence of Socialism, Humanism and Eroticism.” eDhvani, University of Hyderabad journal of comparative journal, January, 2013, ISSN 2279- 0209.


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