Dr. Lovey Srivastava is Associate Professor at the School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. She completed her Ph.D. from JNU, New Delhi. She has received international fellowships from Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional, Spain; European Union; & Instituto Cervantes, Spain to study at Universidad Santiago de Compostela, Spain; Universitat de Valencia, Spain and University of Salamanca, Spain apart from Katolieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium from where she completed her Masters in Iberian and Iberoamerican Studies where she has visited as an Erasmus Mundus Scholar. She is also a recipient of Indira Gandhi Post-Graduate scholarship and Junior Research Fellowship from UGC, New Delhi.
She is a philologist and is conversant in three languages, Spanish, Italian & Portuguese besides English and her mother tongue, Hindi. She has worked as interpreter for various Ministries and International Organizations. She has national and international publications to her credit. Her research interests are Language Acquisition, Pedagogy and Evaluation Strategies; Indian, Spanish and Latin American Popular Culture and Cinema; Comparative Linguistics & Literature.
- Educational qualifications: PhD (JNU, New Delhi), M.A.(KUL, Belgium)
- Hobbies/Interests: Voracious reader, yoga enthusiast, badminton player
- Courses Taught at Chanakya: Critical Thinking
- Publications (List)
- “Santería and Cuban Identity in Humberto Solas’ Miel para Oshún and Cremata Malberti’s Viva Cuba”. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Advanced Research Trends. Vol II, Issue IV, May 2005. ISSN no. 2349-7408. Pgs. 151-158. Print.
- “History along the trajectory in Humberto Solas’ Miel para Oshún and Cremata Malberti’s Viva Cuba”. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Educational Research. Vol. 4, issue 5(2), May 2015. ISSN no. 2277-7881. Pgs. 117-131. Print.
- “Symbols and Symbolism in Sacred Myths of Popol vuh”. Intellection. 2013. ISSN no. 2319-8192. Pgs. 47-53
- “La dialéctica de lo sagrado y lo profano en los mitos del Popol vuh”. Hispanic Horizon. No. 28, 2011. ISSN no. 0970-7522. Pgs. 134-142. Print.
- Myth as Religious Phenomenon: A case study of Popol vuh in International Journal Of Multidisciplinary Educational Research, Volume 1, Issue 2, June 2012, ISSN: 2277-7881.
- Viaje y emigración en dos road movies cubanas: análisis de “Viva Cuba” (J.C. Cremata, 2005) y “Miel para Oshún” (H. Solás, 2001), Leuven, K.U. Leuven. Faculteit Letteren, 2011. (University Library Archives Online)
- “Album”, Story Translation Spanish-Hindi in book titled Colombia ki kahaniyan. 2009. ISBN no. 817714-3549
- “Jo Dominguez ka jaadu”, Co-author. Story Translation Spanish-Hindi in book titled Colombia ki kahaniyan. 2009. ISBN no. 817714-3549