Associate Professor of English with extensive experience in the Humanities

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Aristotle’s Logos and Pathos in Cross-Cultural Contexts

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Rhetorical Content and Historical Context in Exploring Differences: A Transformational Pedagogy

Humanities is a domain of learning, reflection, and dialogue between and across epistemologies from varied perspectives, and a transformational pedagogy interprets literary voices to appreciate the value of human differences.

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The Dynamics of Cultural Veils: American Literary Tradition

American authors’ creative use of the veil or mask exposes the readers to tensions of identitarianism and cultural diversity that shaped the American literary landscape.

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New Feminist Voices in American Literature: Telling Tales of Mothers and Daughters

With the backdrop of feminist literary theory this interactive presentation will examine the significance of cross-cultural code switching in narratives about mothers by American authors.

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Children in Graham Greene’s "Borderlands"

Avoiding any claim to globalization that is fettered with hegemonic traditions of the past, two writers of fiction bring to life historical contexts and the imaginaries of the future.

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Published online: May 7, 2014

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The Entombed Slave Girl of the Moguls: A Victim of Imperialism

The first Mogul monument of love reveals the chilling archives of imperialism in the subcontinent while the entombed slave girl is exploited as a marketing ploy for consumerism and sexism.

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Published online: March 11, 2016

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