Visuality and Identity in Post-millennial Indian Graphic NarrativesAvailable as an e-book now, print version to follow.
‘The cracks of post-liberalized India’: storying the ‘new society’ through Banerjee’s The Harappa Files (2011) Special Issue: ‘Trans/forming Literature: Graphic Novels, Migration, and Postcolonial Identity’, Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 52.
‘Genre Fiction of New India: post-millennial configurations of Crick Lit, Chick Lit and crime writing’, in A. Tickell (ed) South-Asian fiction in English: Contemporary Transformations (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan)
‘Celebrate at home’: post-millennial Indian fiction in English and the reception of ‘Bharati Fantasy’ in global and domestic markets Contemporary South Asia, December
‘New ways of seeing in New India’: interview with Manta Ray Graphic Novels’ South Asian Popular Culture Routledge July
‘Emerging Writing From Four African Countries: Genres and Englishes beyond the postcolonial’, African Identities 10:1, 17-31
‘Black and Whites’ and Other New Short Stories From Malaysia Seattle, New Ventures
‘Emerging writing from four African countries: genres and Englishes, beyond the postcolonial’ African Identities, Routledge
‘New Departures, New Worlds: World Englishes Literature’ English Today, CUP
Dawson, E., Larrivée, P. ‘Attitudes to Language in Literary sources: Beyond Postcolonialism in Nigerian Literature’ English Studies, Vol 91, Issue 8, Dec 2010, Routledge.
‘Emotion Tracking Pedagogy: towards better teaching of the national curriculum for English’, in G.Watson (ed) The State Of Stylistics, PALA papers 5, Amsterdam: Rodopi.
‘Read Yourself Around The Globe: ‘The ‘Rough Guide’ to World Englishes Literature’, Anglofiles: Journal of English Teaching May (144): 52-57.