Dr Dipanwita Pal is an Assistant Professor in English at Galsi Mahavidyalaya, West Bengal, India. She is a Lifetime member of IASA ER (Indian Association for the Study of Australia, Eastern Region) and has presented a number of research papers on Australian studies at the International Conferences organized by IASA ER at different times. Her Ph. D. thesis is based on the ecocritical study of the works of the first Australian Aboriginal poet Oodgeroo Noonuccal where she searched for the glimpses of econosciousness of the Aborigines of Australia reflected within those poems.
She is also interested in Indigenous studies and gender studies. She has a number of papers published in various reputed national as well as international journals on the topics related to Indigenous studies, Gender studies and Ecocriticism. She has presented a number of papers in the past RAIS Conferences for Social Sciences and Humanities in 2020. She has published her research articles in various International journals including RAIS Journal for Social Sciences, Global Journal of Human Social Sciences, USA and so on. She is the recipient of the Scientist of the Year Award 2020 by IKSAD (The Institute of Economic Development and Social Researches), Turkey.