Aditi Krishna

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Name: Aditi Krishna
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 9971097987

Aditi Krishna’s research interest are broadly the ethic of care and intersectionality of philosophy and literature. She has finished her MPhil from the department of English, University of Delhi. Her dissertation was titled “Facets of Care: A Study of Care Relations in Contemporary Indian Stories” where she explored the nexus between mental health, care and Levinasian ethics.
She is currently working on Tibetan writing in English and collecting the lived experiences of Tibetans living in exile.

Research Interest

  • Care Studies
  • Disability Studies
  • Postcolonial literature
  • Indian Writings in English
  • Gender Studies
  • Bachelor’s of Arts (Honors in English), Indraprastha College for Women, University of Delhi, 2015
  • Masters of Arts (English), Ambedkar University of Delhi, 2017
  • MPhil in English, University of Delhi, 2019
  • Advanced Studies Course, Women Studies Development Centre, University of Delhi, December 2017 to March 2018


  1. Krishna, Aditi (2022). “Locating the Tradition of Begamati Zubaan in Ismat Chughtai’s ‘Bichhu Phuffi’.Multidisciplinary Research,Volume 1, 149-153.
  2. Krishna, Aditi (2019) “Kalam’s Vision of Developed India”. Journal of Industrial Relationship Corporate Governance & Management Explorer. Volume 3, Issue 1. 80-84. (ISSN-2456-9461)
  3. Krishna, Aditi (2018) “Mathematics Teaching: New Methods with more appropriate Understanding” International Organization of Scientific Research Journal of Humanities and Social Science. Volume 23: Version8. 80-84. (ISSN 2279-0845)


  • September 2021. Rethinking ageing disease and Death in 21st Century. Organized by Department of English, Bodoland University, Kokhrajar. Paper titled, “Goodbye Mamman. Beauvoir’s philosophy in a Very Easy Death”
  • November 2021. Disability: Resistance, Disruption and Transgression” organized by Indian Disability Studies Collective (IDSC) from 29th November to 03rd December 2021.Paper titled “Uneasy Stories: Resistance of the mind”.


  • March 2022. International Conference organized by Department of Germanic and Romance Studies, University of Delhi, on Conflict and Literature: Narratives of Struggle. Paper titled ‘Reconciliation in the classroom: Teaching anti-war poetry to Tibetan students in exile’. March 10th, 2022.
  • July 2022. 19th Triennial ACLALS conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, July 11-15, 2022. Paper titled “I think; therefore, I am; I think, I feel, therefore listen to me. A narrative of living with mental illness”.
  • February,2023. International Virtual Conference Jyoti Nivas College Autonomous, Bangalore. “Narrativizing Contemporary Conflicts and Refugee Experiences”,30-31st January,2023. Paper titled ‘Reflections of a Shadowed Life: Reading Tibetan writing in English.’

Current research topic

Tibetan writing in English, literatures of resistance, exile, diaspora and religion.