My lectures and classroom activities include a wide range of ideas, experiences, knowledge that fuel interest and motivation in my students. I do my best to ensure that my students
engage fully in classroom transactions and activities reflect upon their experiences on the courses I offer and identifying their contributions and those of others
are exposed to views and ideas that challenge their own
respect the views of others and are prepared to listen to them, consider them, and analyze them objectively
develop a passion for the chosen domains in the field of their study
acquire a profound sense of literary, theoretical and cultural understanding
internalize the values of a secular institution and display tolerance
and respect toward each other regardless of their religious belief including those who have no religious beliefs
Trauma and Fiction
Literature & Philosophy
History and the Archi
Transactions: Essential English Language Skills, University of Calicut, 2017, ISBN:817748202-5.
Transactions: Workbook, University of Calicut, 2017, 817748205-X.
“History and the Genealogical Problematic: Foucault’s Reading of Nietzsche’s Second Mediation,” LITTCRIT, ISSN: 0975-63029, Vol. 45 Issue 88, Dec 2019, Trivandrum pp. 69-76.
“From Profane Illuminations to Profanations: Teaching/ Reading Walter Benjamin’s “The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction.” Post-Theory: Discourses of the New, Saradhi Publishers, 2019 pp.14-29, ISBN 9789388637008.
“English Language Teaching: Towards a More Culturally Responsive English language Education“
“Interview with Professor Bill Ashcroft” (with Dr.Priya K. Nair)
“‘Listening to Estha’s Wounds’: Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things as a Trauma Narrative” (with Jinan Ashraf)
“From Ambivalence to Affirmation:Critiques of Empire from Rudyard Kipling to J. G. Farrell”
“Elephants in the Room:“Five Minds” and the State of Higher Education in Kerala”
“Fractured Reflections: Feminist Theory and Woman’s Experience in Kerala”
“The ‘Hidden Constants’: Woman’s Rights as ‘Espoused Theories“
“The Exorcism of Laughter: Parody as Postcolonial Resistance in J. G. Farrell’s The Singapore Grip”
“From Parliamentary Swaraj to Personal Swaraj: Is India Ripe for it?“
”Re-imagining India: History as Subversion in J. G. Farrell’s The Siege of Krishnapur”
“The Rhetoric of Disease: J. G. Farrell’s Troubles and the Eclipse of Empire”