Prashant Ingole

Prashant Ingole


Research Interests:

  •  The study of the visual culture to define the marginal identity and representation of ground realities.
  •  Understanding Dalits literary and political representation and resistance in interdisciplinary mode.


Educational Background:

  •  PhD in (HSS)   Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar, appearing from 2014
  •  M.Phil. in Comparative Literature, Central University of Gujarat, 2014

The title of the Research “Re-constructing the Story of Marginalization: A Comparative Reading of Bhimayana and Gardener in the Wasteland


M.A in English Dr. Babasaheb AmbedkarMarathwada University,Aurangabad, Maharashtra


Passed with first division
B.A in English, History and Economics Dr. Babasaheb AmbedkarArts and Commerce College,Nagsenvana, Aurangabad


Passed with first division
HSC Board Amaravati(Maharashtra)


Passed with first division
SSC Board Amaravati(Maharashtra)


Passed with first division

Conferences & Workshops (attended and participated):

August 19-21, 2013 – (Attended) Bakhtin in India: Exploring the Dialogic Potential in Self, Culture and History, Jointly organized by Central University of Gujarat, Balvant Parekh Centre for General Semantics and Other Human Sciences and The Forum on Contemporary Theory.


February 21-22, 2015- “A Gardener in the Wasteland Jotiba Phule’s Fight for Liberty: A Study of Caste in Modern Context”, in Second International Conference on Language Literature and Community, Bhubaneshwar.


March 1-4, 2015- “Literary Representation: Dalit and Non-Dalit Politics,” CLAI, XII International Conference on Culture, Arts, and Socio-Political Movements in South Asia: Comparative Perspectives. Organized by Centre for Rajasthan Studies and Department of Urdu and Persian, University of Rajashtan, Jaipur in collaboration with Comparative Literature Association of India.