Amitabh Dwivedi

Amitabh Vikram Dwivedi is a Harvard University certified in the “art of writing & public speaking” and a university faculty specialized in Linguistics & Literature in the School of Languages & Literature at Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University, India. His research interests include language documentation, writing descriptive grammars, and the preservation of rare and endangered languages in the South Asia. The National Digital Library of India (NDLI), Indian Ministry of Human Resource Development, features his 19 lectures in the public domain. Also, the UNESCO Atlas of the World's Languages in Danger refers to his two works on the Bhadarwahi language at its official website. His published books are found in the libraries of University of Stanford & Princeton. He has contributed numerous papers to many Science Citation Index & SCOPUS journals, and contributed more than 180 research chapters to Knowledge Resources, chiefly EBSCO and to encyclopedias, published by Springer-Nature, SAGE, Rowman & Littlefield, and ABC-CLIO Publications. He has also been a Co-Director for Research Project, entitled “A Comprehensive Study of Culture, Philosophy, Literature and Language” sanctioned by Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR). His most recent books are: 1. A Grammar of Sarazi (Lincom Europa, Munich 2019); 2. Dogri and its Dialects (Lincom Europa: Munich, 2018), 3. A Grammar of Hadoti (Lincom Europa: Munich, 2012), 4. A Grammar of Bhadarwahi (Lincom Europa: Munich, 2013), and a poetry collection titled 5. Chinaar-kaa- Sukhaa-Pattaa (2015) in Hindi, and 6. Something Lurks It Seems 2017 (Marfa House, Texas). As a poet, he has published numerous poems in different anthologies, journals and magazines worldwide. Until recently, his poem “Mother” has been published as a prologue to Motherhood and War: International Perspectives (Eds.), Palgrave Macmillan Press.


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