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jyotirmayaJyotirmaya Tripathy

Professor
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Academic Background
  • Ph.D. from IIT Kharagpur - 2004
  • M.Phil from Berhampur University, Orissa - 1997
  • M.A. from Berhampur University, Orissa - 1995
Broad Research Areas:
  • Cultural development thought
  • Contemporary India
Publications:
Refereed Journal Papers:
  1. Tripathy, J. “The Making of Culture in Contemporary Indian Environmental Movements”. Journal of Global South Studies. Vol. 34, No. 2, 2017. Pp. 156-175.
    https://muse.jhu.edu/article/672206/pdf
  2. Tripathy, J. “Development as Biopolitics: Food Security and the Contemporary Indian Experience”. Journal of Cultural Economy. Vol. 10, No. 6, 2017. Pp. 498-509.
    http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/17530350.2017.1354312
  3. Tripathy, J and Skoda, U. “Cultural Elites and Elite Cultures in Contemporary India and South Asia: Constructions and Deconstructions.” International Quarterly of Asian Studies. Vol. 48, No. 1-2, 2017. Pp. 5-13. http://asianstudies.arnold-bergstraesser.de/sites/default/files/field/af-download/iqas_spring_2017_web.pdf#page=6
  4. Tripathy, J. “The Broom, the Muffler and the Wagon R: Aam Aadmi Party and the Politics of De-elitization”. International Quarterly of Asian Studies. Vol. 48, No. 1-2, 2017. Pp. 77-95.
    http://asianstudies.arnold-bergstraesser.de/sites/default/files/field/af-download/iqas_2017_aam_aadmi_party_india_tripathy.pdf
  5. Tripathy, J. “The Development Language: BPL and Poverty Discourse in Contemporary India”. Social Semiotics. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10350330.2017.1329972
  6. Tripathy, J. “Biopolitics in Sophocles' Antigone”. The Explicator 71. 1: 2013. Pp. 26-30. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00144940.2012.758617
  7. 7 Tripathy, J. “Biopolitics, Torture and the Making of the Terrorist”. Social Semiotics 24.2: 2014. Pp. 159-174. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10350330.2013.851456
  8. Tripathy, J. and Mohapatra, D. “Does Development Exist outside Representation?” Journal of Developing Societies 27. 2: 2011. Pp. 93-118. http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0169796X1102700201
  9. Tripathy, J. "Feminist Utopia (?): Space-making and Other Possibilities". Journal of Contemporary Thought. No. 33, 2011. Pp. 137-152.
  10. Tripathy, J. "Fakir Mohan Senapati's Six Acres and a Third: Towards a Bio-political Literature". Journal of Contemporary Thought. No. 36, 2012. Pp. 159-174.
  11. Tripathy, J. "What is a Terrorist?" International Journal of Cultural Studies. Vol. 13, No. 3, 2010. pp: 219-234. http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1367877909359731
  12. Tripathy, J. "How Gendered is Gender and Development?" Development in Practice. Vol. 20, No. 1, 2010. pp: 113-121. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09614520903436901
  13. Tripathy, J. "The Postcolonial Native American." Asiatic. Vol. 3, No. 1, 2009. pp: 40-53.
  14. Tripathy, J. "The Revenge of Humanities." Journal of Contemporary Thought. No. 29, 2009. pp: 85-101.
  15. Tripathy, J. "The Truncated Narrative of Gender and Development". International Journal of Development Issues. Vol. 8, No. 1, 2009. pp: 4-17. http://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/full/10.1108/14468950910967038
  16. Tripathy, J. "Democracy and its others". Journal of Third World Studies. Vol. 27, No. 1, 2010. pp: 253-272.
  17. Tripathy, J. "Postcolonial Resistance and Native American Postcoloniality". Creative Forum. Vol 22, No. 1-2, 2009. pp: 7-22.
  18. Tripathy, J. "Territory and Identity: The Indian Experience." South Asian Review. Vol. 29, No. 2, 2008. pp: 133-157.
  19. Tripathy, J. "Frontier Legacy of America". Indian Journal of Political Science. Vol. LXIX, No. 1, 2008. pp: 165-176.
  20. Tripathy, J. "Puritan Legacy of America". Indian Journal of Politics and International Relations. Vol. 1, No. 1, 2008. pp: 25-42.
  21. Tripathy, J. & Mohapatra, D. "Transcending Developmental Binaries: Women Empowerment through Dairy Farming in Orissa". Loyola Journal of Social Sciences. Vol. 21, No 2 2007. pp. 197-218.
  22. Tripathy, J. "Postmodern India? The Nation in spite of Fragments". Indian Journal of Political Science. Vol. LXVIII, No-2, 2007. pp. 355-371.
  23. Tripathy, J. "Decimation as Civilization in Colonial America". Journal of Language, Literature and Culture Studies. Spring 2007. pp. 100-115.
  24. Tripathy, J. "Ecocriticism and Ecofeminism: Pushing the Limits of Postmodernism". ICFAI Journal of English Studies. Vol. 2, No-1, 2007. pp. 52-63.
  25. Tripathy, J. "Towards an Essential Native American Identity". Canadian Journal of Native Studies. Vol. XXVI, No-2, 2006. pp. 313-329.
  26. Tripathy, J. "Postcolonial Resistance to Postmodernism". Critical Practice. Vol. XII, No-1-2, 2005. pp.9-35.
  27. Tripathy, J. "Transformed Postcoloniality: Delegitimation of Purity in Native Writing". Atlantic Literary Review. 4. 1-2 (2003). pp. 196-211.
  28. Tripathy, J. "Culture, Colonialism and Sexuality: An Ecofeminist Umbrella for Queers". Critical Practice. 10.1 (2003). pp. 1-15.
Books authored/edited:
  1. International Quarterly for Asian Studies 48, Spring 2017. Guest edited by Uwe Skoda & Jyotirmaya Tripathy for the special number on Cultural Elites and Elite Cultures in South Asia. Published by University of Freiburg.
  2. Becoming Minority: How Discourses and Policies Produce Minorities in Europe and India. Eds. Jyotirmaya Tripathy and Sudarsan Padmanabhan. New Delhi: Sage, 2014.
  3. The Democratic Predicament: Cultural Diversity in Europe and India. Eds. Jyotirmaya Tripathy and Sudarsan Padmanabhan. New Delhi: Routledge, 2013.
  4. After Globalization: Essays in Religion, Culture and Identity. Ed. Jyotirmaya Tripathy. New Delhi: Allied Publishers, 2007.
  5. The Resisting Indian: Native American Experience through Postcolonial Lenses. Jyotirmaya Tripathy. Sarup and Sons: New Delhi, 2008.
  6. Abraham Lincoln without Borders: Lincoln's Legacy outside the United States. Eds. Tripathy, J, S.P. Rath and W.D. Pederson. Pencraft International: New Delhi, 2010.
Book Chapters:
  1. Raghavan, A & Tripathy, J. “Corporealizing Cosmopolitanism: The Right of Desire”. Cosmopolitanism and Beyond. Ed. Ananta K. Giri. Springer: New Delhi, 2017. Pp. 233-256.
  2. Tripathy, J. “Indian Environmentalism and its Fragments”. Ecoambiguity, Community and Development. Eds. Scot Slovic et al. Lexington Books: Lanham, 2014. Pp. 71-84.
  3. Tripathy, J. and Sudarsan P. “Becoming a Minority Category”. Becoming Minority: How Discourses and Policies Produce Minorities in Europe and India. Sage: New Delhi, 2014. Pp. 3-23.
  4. Tripathy, J. "Territory and Indian Identity: Postcolonial and Postmodern Perspectives". India in the Contemporary World. Eds. Jakub Zajaczkowski et al. Routledge: New Delhi. Pp. 64-81.
  5. Tripathy, J. and Sudarsan P. "Introduction: Democracy and the Production of Cultural Diversity". The Democratic Predicament: Cultural Diversity in Europe and India. Eds. Jyotirmaya T. and Sudarsan P. Routledge: New Delhi, Abingdon: Routledge, 2013. Pp. 1-34.
  6. Tripathy, J. "Introduction: Theorizing/ Operationalizing Globalization" in Tripathy, J. Ed. After Globalization: Essays in Religion, Culture and Identity. Allied Publishers: New Delhi, 2007. pp. 1-25.
  7. Tripathy, J. and Anjali Roy. "Academic Invasion and the Civilizational Frontier: Re-reading Manju Kapur's Difficult Daughters". Stars behind the Clouds. Ed. Syed Mashkoor Alli. Jaipur: Surabhi Publications, 2004. pp. 107-126.
  8. Tripathy, J. "In the Dark Night of the Cell: A Psychoanalytic Study of Dharanidhar Sahu's House of Serpents". Stars behind the Clouds. Ed. Syed Mashkoor Alli. Jaipur: Surabhi Publications, 2004. pp. 28-43.
  9. Tripathy, J. "Cultural Contestation in Australian Aborigine Women Autobiographies". Studies in Commonwealth Literature. Ed. Mohit K. Ray. New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers, 2003.pp. 168-180.
  10. Tripathy, J. and Anjali Roy. "Return of the Referent: Nature as Subject in Ruby Slipperjack's Honour the Sun and Silent Words". Beyond Resistance: Critical Essays on Canadian First Nations Writing. Ed. M. Dasan. Calicut: University of Calicut Press, 2003. pp. 261-280.
Translations and popular writings:
  1. Tripathy, J. & Mohapatra, A. Trans. “Fakirmohan Senapati’s Novels: A Study in Odisha’s Social History”, in Natabara Samantaray: A Reader. Eds. Sumanyu Satpathy and Animesh Mohapatra. Sahitya Akademi: New Delhi, 2017. Pp. 141-154.
  2. Tripathy, J. Trans. “Mad Bhagia’s Testimony”, in Natabara Samantaray: A Reader. Eds. Sumanyu Satpathy and Animesh Mohapatra. Sahitya Akademi: New Delhi, 2017. Pp. 170-179.
  3. Tripathy, J. “The Harbingers of Hatred: What IIT Madras Beef Festival did not Reveal”. Swarajya, 14 July, 2017. https://swarajyamag.com/blogs/harbingers-of-hatred-what-iit-madras-beef-festival-did-not-reveal
  4. Tripathy, J. “Why the Left Desperately Needs IIT Madras?”. Observer Post, 14 July, 2017. http://www.newobserverpost.com/NewsDetail.aspx?Article=275
Details of the Projects/External Funding Completed:
  1. Completed Inter-disciplinary Bridges in Indo-European Studies (IBIES), a research initiative (2013-2016) by Erasmus Mundus Programme of the European Union (with Sudarsan Padmanabhan).
  2. Completed January 2010-2011 Prestigious European Commission project for Establishing Contemporary EU Study Centres in India in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Madras (with Sudarsan Padmanabhan).
  3. Completed a research project The other Side of Gender sponsored by Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), New Delhi in 2012.
  4. Completed a research project The Colony before Raj: Problematizing the Myth of Indian Colonial History sponsored by IC & SR, IIT Madras in 2009.
  5. Organized a three-day seminar After Globalization sponsored by Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), New Delhi in 2007.
  6. Completed a minor research project Heterosexuality and Power play sponsored by UGC, Kolkata in 2004.