Meghna Middha is a research scholar at the Department of English Studies, Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Agra, India. She is currently pursuing her doctoral degree in the field of Gender and Sexuality as represented in contemporary fiction and film. Queer literature and Cinema are the areas that she aims explore.
She believes that literature and film can be important channels to bring the struggles of the queer community into light. Her article “Relocating Heterosexuality: The Search for the Self in Sandeep Roy’s Don’t Let Him Know and Patricia Highsmith’s The Price of Salt”, has been published in Volume 4 No. 3 & 4 of “The Atlantic Review of Feminist Studies” [ISSN NO: 2320-5105] edited by Dr Sunita Sinha,which is being published by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd. New Delhi. She has recently presented two of her papers in the conference held on gender and sexuality in Florence and Warsaw.