"The White Man's Exile: Space, Consciousness and the Imperial Project in Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness". Indian Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies Journal. Vol. 2 (October 2016): 9-17.
‘“What’s the use of stories that aren’t even true?”Agency, Fabulation and the Epistemology of the Storytelling Self in Salman Rushdie’s Haroun and the Sea of Stories.’ Special issue on Salman Rushdie in South Asian Review (Forthcoming 2017)
“Coffee, carefully poured and consumed, puts the idea under chloroform”: The dialectic of the ideational and the personal orders in Walter Benjamin’s One Way Street.’ Journal of the School of Language, Literature and Cultural Studies. Ed. G. J. V. Prasad. JNU (Spring 2012): 99-111.
“‘Human nature is remorseless”: Masculinity, Medical Science and Nervous Conditions in Virginia Woolf’s Mrs Dalloway.’ The Male Body in Medicine and Literature. Ed. Andrew Mangham and Daniel Lea. Chicago University Press. (Accepted and Forthcoming)
Contributed two entries (Satyajit Ray and Cabinet of Doctor Caligari) in the Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism. Ed Stephen Ross. (In Press)
'Violence, Trauma and Narration: A Study of Saadat Hasan Manto's fiction on the 1947 Partition'. International Society for Narrative Conference. Lexington, Kentucky. 23-26 March 2017.
'Post-Partition Memory and Diasporic Identities in Sunil Gangopadhyay's Purba Paschim (East West)'. English, Diaspora and Indian Literatures. Hyderabad Central University. 6 March 2017.
'Interrupted identities. Examining the entanglement of traumatic and narrative memories in Partition experiences: A Case Study of Siddhartha Deb's The Point of Return.' Revisiting Partition Conference. Indian Council of Social Science Research. IIT Guwahati. 9-11 February 2017.
'Empathy, Agency and Affect: Through the Literary Glass.' Conference on The Crisis of Multiple Identities in the Contemporary World. Indian Council of Philosophical Research. 15-17 February 2016.
Masculinity, Monstrosity and Affect: A Study of Dracula and Dorian Gray'. Hyderabad Central University. 9 March 2017. (As DSA II Visiting Fellow)
Memory, Fantasy and Forgetting in Literature (Public Talk). Hyderabad Central University. 8 March 2017. (As DSA II Visiting Fellow)
'Language, Literature and Diaspora: An Introduction.' Hyderabad Central University. 7 March 2017. (As DSA II Visiting Fellow)
'Memory Masculinity and War Trauma: A Case Study of Mrs. Dalloway and Regeneration trilogy', IIT Hyderabad, 24 January 2017
'Violence, Affect and Healing: A Case Study of Ian McEwan's Saturday, IIT Hyderabad, 25 January 2017
Associate Fellow, UK Higher Education Academy
Member, International Society for the Study of Narratives
Member, British Association of Modernist Studies (BAMS)
Member, Indian Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies (IACLALS)