Dr. Bandarilin Bairo

Khasi Department

Designation: Assistant Professor

Qualifications:

M.A, Ph.D (NEHU)

Areas of Interest/Specialization: 

  • Khasi Fiction, Archetypal studies, Trauma studies                

Experience: 

  • Joined the Department of Khasi, North-Eastern Hill University as Lecturer in 2007

Academic affiliations:

  • Secretary Society for Khasi Studies, Shillong (2017 till date)
  • Life Member of the Tribal Literary Forum of India
  • Member Khasi Authors’ Society
  • Life Member of The Shillong Academic Society
  • Member Editorial Board, KJPA, Shillong (2019)

Publications

Papers Published as Book Chapters:

  1. “Eroding Traditional Values: the Role of U Kñi (The maternal Uncle) in present day society as depicted in Khasi short stories”. Tribal Literature of North-East India, Ed. Badaplin War. Shillong: 2009. Pp. 188-194
  2. “Reflection on Politics in L.H.Pde’s Novel”. Tribal Languages and Literature of North-East India, Ed. Laltluangliana Khiangte. Mizoram: 2010. Pp. 126-129

Papers in Journals

  1. “Tang tiak halor ki Khana Lyngkot”. Ka Thwet Jingstad (Quest for Knowledge) Vol. 1 No. 3, 2008, Shillong: The Society for Khasi Studies. Pp. 28-31
  2.  “Ka Byrngia ha ka por san baje”. KaThwetJingstad (Quest for Knowledge) Vol. II No. 1, 2010, Shillong: The Society for Khasi Studies. Pp. 59-60
  3.  Book Review on “U Basan Ka Kastarbrij ba la pynwan sha ka Khasi da ka Badaplin War”. Ka Thwet Jingstad (Quest for Knowledge) Vol. II No. 1, 2010, Shillong: The Society for Khasi Studies. Pp. 84-86
  4. “Ki dak-ki shin ha ka khana lyngkot ka miaw?ong ba la pynwan sha ka Khasi da u Wan Kharkrang” Ka Thwet Jingstad (Quest for Knowledge) Vol. II No. 2, 2012, Shillong: The Society for Khasi Studies, ISSN No. 2278-6813, Pp. 39-42
  5. “Katto katne ki syrtap jingmut ha ka khana lyngkot U Men Mali”. Ka Thwet Jingstad (Quest for Knowledge) Vol. II No. 3, December 2013, Shillong: the Society for Khasi Studies, ISSN No. 2278-6813, Pp. 29-31
  6. “Inciting violence in the name of u thlen: A critical study of PaulLyngdoh’s short story U Thlen”. KaThwetJingstad (Quest for Knowledge) Vol. III No. 2, August 2015,Shillong: The Society for Khasi Studies, ISBN No. 2278-6813, Pp. 49-52
  7. "Ka batai pynshai ïa ka khana lyngkot “Ka Pipa Amontillado”. Ka Thwet Jingstad (Quest for Knowledge) Vol. III No. 3, December 2017, Shillong: The Society for Khasi Studies, ISSN No. 2278-6813, Pp. 38-41 
  8. “Khyndiat halor ka Psychoanalysis bad ka bishar bniah ïa ka Litereshor”.  Ka Thwet Jingstad (Quest for Knowledge) Vol. III No. 3, December 2018, Shillong: The Society for Khasi Studies, ISBN No. 2278-6813, Pp. 12-14
  9. “Ka Jingpynjngai ?a lade na kiwei kumba ka paw ha ka Khana  lyngkot “U Men Mali”. Ka Thiar ki Nongthoh. Thup - XIII, 2018, Shillong: KAS, ISBN No. 2278-6805 Pp. 94-104

Papers presented in Conferences/Seminars 

  1.  “Eroding Traditional Values: The Role of u Kñi (The Maternal Uncle) in Present Day Society, as Depicted in Khasi Short Stories” in the National seminar on Tribal Literature With Special Reference to Languages of North-East India organized by the Department of Khasi, NEHU, Shillong on the 20th , 21st& 22nd February 2008.
  2. “The Cultural Concept of U Kñi U Kpa(The Maternal Uncle and the Father) as Reflected in Khasi Literature”  in the National Seminar on Oral Narratives of the Northeast India organized by Sahitya Akademi in collaboration with the Department of English, Mizoram University on the 18th& 19th November 2008.
  3.  “Reflection on Politics: A Glimpse into L.H. Pde’s Tang Maphi Khun Baieit”in the National Seminar on Tribal Literature With Special Reference to Languages of North-East Indiaorganized by the Department of Mizo, Mizoram University, Aizawl on the 7th to 9th May 2009.
  4.  “Mournful Tears of a Mother as Projected in P.G. Gatphoh’s U Sierlapalang”in the National Seminar on Folklore and Achik Literature organized by Department of Garo, NEHU, Tura Campus on  the 29th& 30th October 2009.
  5.  “Paternal Relations: The Hands that Bless the Family” in the National Seminar on Tribal Literature and Language with Special Reference to Languages of North-East India organized by the Department of Tenyidie, Nagaland University, Kohima on the 11th to 13th March 2010.
  6.  “Articulating Personal Identity in Paul Lyngdoh’s short story “Ah Blei” (Oh God) in the National Seminar on Constructing Identity in Tribal Literature and Languages of India organized by the Department of Khasi, NEHU, Shillong  in collaboration with the Tribal Literary Forum of India(TLFI) held on the 26th -28th March 2014.
  7.  “The Dark side of the mother archetype as presented in the short story of Paul Lyngdoh “Ka Khmat baphuh samkhrie”   in the National Seminar on Interpreting Tribal Literature: A Multidisciplinary Approach organized by the Department of Khasi, NEHU, Shillong in collaboration with the Tribal Literary Forum of India(TLFI)and Society for Khasi Studies held on the 18th -19th February, 2016.
  8. “Standardization and Khasi Literature” in the International Conference of South and South-East Asian Conference on Austro-Asiatic Languages organized by the Department of Linguistics, NEHU, Shillong in collaboration with NEC, Shillong, CIIL, Mysore, ICSSR-NERC, Shillong, Lakshi Publishers and Distributors, New Delhi and Eastern Book House, Guwahati held on the 21st and 22nd November, 2016.