Mangalore University conducts webinar to shed light on contemporary women writers


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Mangaluru, May 31: A webinar hosted by the Hindi department of University College Mangaluru, in association with Mangalore University and Hindi department of Field Marshal K M Kariappa College, Madikeri, recently, successfully shed light on contemporary Kannada and Hindi women writers and their contributions.

Prof Prathibha Modaliyar from Mysore University elaborated how problems of tribes reflected in the works of Kannada and Hindi women writers. Prof S K Pawar from Karnataka University, Dharwad shared his view on Dalit discourse by women writers.

Prof S K Shakir of Savitribai Phule Pune University and Prof Namadeva Gowda of Vijayapura Akkamahadevi Women’s University too spoke how the status of women society is shown in women writings.

Mangalore University vice-chancellor Prof P Subrahmanya Yadapadithaya, registrar K Raju Mogaveera (KAS), University College Mangaluru, principal Dr Uday Kumar M A and Madikeri Field Marshal K M Cariappa College, principal Dr Jagath Thimmaiah too opined that writings of women Kannada and Hindi writers is crucial in understanding contemporary society.

This was the first national-level webinar organized by the Hindi department under Mangalore University. University College Mangaluru Hindi PG Coordinator Dr Suma T R, head of the department of Hindi Dr Nagarathna N Rao, Madikeri Field Marshal K M Cariappa College, Hindi department head Dr Shridhar Hegde, associate professor
Bistappa Talvar were the conveners of the program.

  

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