Qualifications: M.A., M.Phil.
Areas of Specialization: Experimental Literature, Multimodal Studies, Cognitive Narratology
Email: [email protected]
Tania Mary Vivera is an Assistant Professor at the Department of English, St.Teresa’s College where she has been a faculty member since 2010. She teaches courses in general English, short fiction, linguistics, genders studies, experimental fiction and translation studies at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Her primary area of interest lies in experimental fiction and its cognitive underpinnings. Her research focuses on the adaptive nexus between experimental fiction, multimodality and cognitive narratology. She has participated in over 40 conferences and workshops and has published numerous papers in peer reviewed international journals on the works of Mark. Z Danielewski, Graham Rawle, Jonathan Safran Foer, Tom Phillips and Nick Bantock. For the past six years she has been associated with developing the student entrepreneurship schemata through entrepreneurship awareness programmes and workshops which has led to the formation of incubation units governed by students. She enjoys reading and traveling and experiencing the hidden contours of life and its nebulous, liminal existence.