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Assistant Professor

Qualification : M.Phil., Ph. D
Specialization : Contemporary Literary and Cultural Theory, Contemporary Fiction, Environmental Humanities
Experience : Teaching/ Research : 3Years 6 Months

Research Highlights :

My research deals with the issues of meaning making, truth-value, and modalities of representation in contemporary fiction. It opens new vistas for reflecting on how the texts are embedded in various discourses and, at the same time, engages in alternative debates for the local and global problems related to cosmopolitanism, democracy, and new world order. Further, my research offers a theory and praxis of contemporary fiction. Presently, I am working in the areas of Environmental Humanities, Human-Animal Studies and Visual Culture.

Research (in APA Style) :

  • Publications:
    • Kumar, Sunil (2020). Women, (Non)State Ideology and Global Politics in Afghanistan: A Study in Hosseini and Shakib’s Fiction. In N. Rama Devi Murru (Ed.). Postcoloniality in Transition: Essays on Cosmopolitanism, Transnationalism and Globalization (245-267) Chennai: Xpress Publishing.
    • Kumar, Sunil (2019). “The Purloined Letter” as a Text in Postmodern Fiction: Reading Julian Barnes Arthur & George as a Metaphysical Detective Novel. Gnosis 5(4), 151-158.
    • Kumar, Sunil (2017). The Conundrum of Reference in Postmodern Fiction: Confronting the Subject in/of History in Salman Rushdie’s The Enchantress of Florence. Glocal Colloquies 3, 49-56.
    • Kumar, Sunil (2016). Writing the Diminishing Real: Knowledge, Perception and Truth-Claims in Salman Rushdie’s Fury. Research and Criticism, 7, 153-165.
    • Kumar, Sunil (2015). Postcolonial Kitsch and Writing History: Critical Inquisitions in Salman Rushdie’s The Moor’s Last Sigh and The Ground Beneath Her Feet. International Journal of English Literature and Culture, 3, 68-70.
  • Patent: NA
  • Book: NA

Full Publication List

  • Awards : UGC NET-JRF and UGC NET SRF NA
  • Projects : NA

My research deals with the issues of meaning making, truth-value, and modalities of representation in contemporary fiction. It opens new vistas for reflecting on how the texts are embedded in various discourses and, at the same time, engages in alternative debates for the local and global problems related to cosmopolitanism, democracy, and new world order. Further, my research offers a theory and praxis of contemporary fiction. Presently, I am working in the areas of Environmental Humanities, Human-Animal Studies and Visual Culture.

  • Publications:
    • Kumar, Sunil (2020). Women, (Non)State Ideology and Global Politics in Afghanistan: A Study in Hosseini and Shakib’s Fiction. In N. Rama Devi Murru (Ed.). Postcoloniality in Transition: Essays on Cosmopolitanism, Transnationalism and Globalization (245-267) Chennai: Xpress Publishing.
    • Kumar, Sunil (2019). “The Purloined Letter” as a Text in Postmodern Fiction: Reading Julian Barnes Arthur & George as a Metaphysical Detective Novel. Gnosis 5(4), 151-158.
    • Kumar, Sunil (2017). The Conundrum of Reference in Postmodern Fiction: Confronting the Subject in/of History in Salman Rushdie’s The Enchantress of Florence. Glocal Colloquies 3, 49-56.
    • Kumar, Sunil (2016). Writing the Diminishing Real: Knowledge, Perception and Truth-Claims in Salman Rushdie’s Fury. Research and Criticism, 7, 153-165.
    • Kumar, Sunil (2015). Postcolonial Kitsch and Writing History: Critical Inquisitions in Salman Rushdie’s The Moor’s Last Sigh and The Ground Beneath Her Feet. International Journal of English Literature and Culture, 3, 68-70.
  • Patent: NA
  • Book: NA
  • Awards : UGC NET-JRF and UGC NET SRF NA
  • Projects : NA