Articles

“Mapping Hybridity: Historicizing Cultural and Racial Hybrids in Vikram Chandra’s Red Earth and Pouring Rain.” South Asian Review  27.2 (2006): 30-52.

“Distancing the Proximate Other: Hybridity and Maud Diver’s Candles in the Wind.” Twentieth Century Literature 50.2 (2004): 107-140. Awarded 2004 Andrew J. Kappel Prize in Literary Criticism.

“‘A Romance of England and India’: Miscegenation as Metaphor in Colonial British Fiction.” South Asian Review 25.1 (2004): 304-326.

“‘You are an Anglo-Indian?’: Eurasians, Hybridity, and Cosmopolitanism in Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children.” The Journal of Commonwealth Literature 38.2 (2003): 125-145.

“The Fetishism of the Original: Anglo-Indian History and Literature in I. Allan Sealy’s The Trotter-Nama.” South Asian Review  24.2 (2003): 7-25.

“Typical Zen: Zen practice as a new mother” , Still. News from Still Mind Zendo. January 2007.

Conference Papers

“Rewriting Hybridity: Textual Performances of Racial Mixture in Contemporary Indian Fiction.” British Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies Conference, Georgia Southern University, February 2006.

“‘A Romance of England and India’: Miscegenation as Metaphor in Colonial British Fiction.” MLA Convention, San Diego, December 2003.

“Cosmopolitanism and Racial Mixture in G. V. Desani’s All About H. Hatterr.” South Asian Literature Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, December 2003.

“The Originality of Belatedness: Anglo-Indian Identity as Aesthetic Theory in I. Allan Sealy’s The Trotter-Nama.” South Asian Literature Association Annual Meeting, New York, December 2002.

“Indian Writing in English as ‘Bastard Child’: ‘Eurasians’ in Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children and Vikram Chandra’s Red Earth and Pouring Rain.” US Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies Conference, Santa Clara University, April 2002.

“Distancing the Proximate Other: The ‘Eurasian’ in Colonial British Fiction.” MLA Convention, New Orleans, December 2001.

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