Subject specialization: I specialize in interdisciplinary studies, ranging across a variety of disciplines: like, critical theory, comparative aesthetics, comparative philosophy, historical theory and philosophy of history, cultural theory, religious studies, Modernism (intersections between literature and philosophy), ecocriticism, educational philosophy and theory.
No. of Ph.D. students: I currently have eight students working under me for their doctoral dissertation..
No. of M.Phil. students: I have supervised three M Phil students: two of them have got their degree.
No. of Publications: (a) Journal(s) : 25 ( b) Book(s) : 12
Achievement & Awards:
Visiting Professor, Peter Szondi Institute of Comparative Literature, Department of Philosophy and Humanities, Freie Universität Berlin, Summer Semester, 2011.
Guest Speaker, Faculty of Arts, University of Oxford, Birkbeck College, Kingston University (London Graduate School), Harold Pinter Centre, Goldsmith College, University of London, May-June 2011.
Alexander von Humboldt Fellow, Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung (Foundation), Germany
European Research Fellow, London, June 2007.
Visiting Professor, Fergusson Centre for African and Asian Studies, Open University, Milton Keynes, UK, June 2007.
VisitingSpeaker, October-November, 2006, (University of Salford, Leeds University, New Castle University, Liverpool University, University of Kent, Birmingham University)
VisitingProfessor, Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut, (Institute of Advanced Study) University of Duisberg-Essen, Germany, October 2006 to May 2007.
‘Aesthetics of Hunger: (In)fusion Approach, Literature and the Other’, Symploke, vol 19, no.1 2011, 11-25 (University of Nebraska Press)
‘A Poet’s School: Rabindranath Tagore and the politics of Aesthetic Education’, South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, April, 2012 (Routledge),
‘Globing the Earth: The New Eco-logics of Nature’, SubStance, Vol. 41, No. 1, Issue 127, 2012, 3-14 (Madison: Wisconsin University Press)
‘Reading and Experiencing a Play Transculturally’, Comparative Drama, Vol 46, No. 3, Fall 2012, 259-281 (West Michigan University)
‘Making Sense of Interpretation: Yes-ing and the (In)fusion Approach’, Parallax, 16, 3, 2010, 107-117 (London, Routledge & School of Fine Art and Cultural Studies, University of Leeds)
‘"It disturbs me with a presence": Hindu history and what meaning cannot convey’, Storia della Storiografia, 55, 2009, 94-107 (Universite de Torino, Italy).
‘A Reading in Comparative Aesthetics: Arnold as Indian Sage?’ Nineteenth Century Prose, Vol. 34, Nos. 1/2 Spring/Fall 2007, 257-282. (San Diego State University, US).
‘Carlyle's Hero as Poet and Sri Aurobindo’s poetic theory: Reconfiguring few dimensions of Creativity’, Angelaki: Journal of Theoretical Humanities, 11.1, 2006, 35-44. (London, Routledge)
‘Memory, narrative and the doing of History’, Storia della Storiographia, 54, 2008, 56-88 (Universite de Torino, Italy).
‘The Product called ‘India’: Codes, Processes, Labels’, Rethinking History: The Journal of Theory and Practice, 12.1, March 2008, 125-134 (Routledge, London).
‘Imagination, Imaging, and Revisionist Aesthetics in Rushdie’s Haroun and the Sea of the Stories: An (In)fusionist Approach’, Interdisciplinary Literary Studies, Vol. 8, No. 2, Spring 2007, 1-20 (Penn State University Press).
‘Interdisciplinarity and the ‘Doing' of History: A Dialogue between F. R. Ankersmit and Ranjan Ghosh’, Rethinking History: The Journal of Theory and Practice, 11.2, June, 2007, (Routledge, London), 225-249.