Panellist, ‘An Exploration of our Art Experience in Social Networking Spaces’, Tell Me Your Story, (TMYS).
The other panellists were Dr. Bradley E. Wiggins, Dept. of Media Communications, Webster Vienna Private University & Dr. Sourav Banerjee, Mahitosh Nandy Mahavidyalaya, Hoogly. It was moderated by Manjima Sarkar.
Panellist, ‘Partition & its Aftermath’, The 4th ULAB Literary Salon, Dept. of English and Humanities, University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh, Dhaka.
The other panellists were Prof. Niaz Zaman, IUB; Prof. Sayeed Ferdous, JU; and Aanchal Malhotra. The session was moderated by journalist and author, Sudeep Chakravarti.
Train to Partition: Reflections on a narrative shorthand & the limits of representing violence’, Dept. of English, Barasat Government College, West Bengal.
‘Amitav Ghosh’s The Shadow Lines & the long Partition’, Dept. of English, St. Paul’s Cathedral Mission College, Kolkata.
‘Why KPMP?’, Inaugural Event of the Kolkata Partition Museum Trust (KPMT), Jadunath Bhavan Museum and Resource Centre (JBMRC), Kolkata.
In conversation : Damyanti Biswas and Dr. Rituparna Roy on The First Fiction.
Gariahat Junction (a collection of short stories). Singapore: Kitaab International.
Moderated the session, ‘Sahitya Jokhon Itihasher Darpan’ (When Literature mirrors History), at the Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet (KLM), Victoria Memorial Hall, Kolkata.
The panellists were Mihir Sengupta, Samim Ahmed & Aparajita Dasgupta.
South Asian Partition Fiction in English: From Khushwant Singh to Amitav Ghosh. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, AUP/IIAS Series.
The second was held at the Jorasanko Thakurbari Campus of Rabindra Bharati University (RBU), Kolkata, in association with the Tagore-Gandhi Institute (TGI) of RBU & the Shakespeare Society of Eastern India (SSEI). It was sponsored by Amsterdam University.