Torsa Ghosal

MA/PhD Student, English
Graduate Students

Torsa Ghosal is a graduate student of English Literature at The Ohio State University focusing on postmodern narratology. She received her B.A and M.A degrees in English Literature from St. Xavier’s College and Jadavpur University in India. She has been interested in transmedial narration and has published a paper analyzing the use of techniques from Soviet Montage of Sergei Eisenstein with its ideological underpinnings as narrative tools in poetry penned by Langston Hughes. She has also presented papers on the narratological anxieties surfacing from the transforming textuality of Indian epics from oral to digital cultures with reference to Mahabharata. Currently she is interested in studying how the proliferation of digital technology has affected narrative mediation in contemporary American literary as well as cinematic texts.