Rule of Sympathy: Sentiment, Race, and Power, 1760 – 1840, Palgrave-St. Martins Press, 2002.

Untimely Bollywood: Globalization and India’s New Media Assemblage, Duke University Press, 2009.

Edited Volumes:
InterMedia in South Asia, co-edited with Rajinder Dudrah, Sangita Gopal, and Anustup Basu, Routledge, 2011.

Peer Reviewed Articles:

“The Biopolitics of Neuromarketing,” revise and resubmit to Culture, Theory, and Society.

“On the Jugaad Image: Embodying the Mobile Phone in India,” forthcoming in Postmodern Culture.

“Four Theses on Race and Deleuze,” Women’s Study Quarterly, Volume 40, Numbers 1&2 Spring/Summer 2012.

“Perception and Digital Media in India,” The International Journal of E-Politics, Vol. 3, no. 4, Summer, 2012.

“For an Ethnography Toward the Virtual: Deleuze’s Transcendental Empiricism and Nonlinear ImMedia,” in South Asian Popular Culture, (Vol. 9, no. 3), Fall 2011, 313-326.

“Composite Photographs,” in South Asian Popular Culture (Vol. 8, no. 2), Fall, 2010, 195-201.

“Monstrous Mutations, Sympathetic Monsters,” in Third Text (UK), Vol. 21, Issue 6, November, 2007, 745–759.

“’Every Citizen is a Cop without the Uniform’”: The Populist Outside in Bollywood’s New Angry Young Man Genre,” in Interventions (Vol. 8, no. 2), Summer 2006, 193-227.

“The Future is a Monster,” in Camera Obscura, 61 (vol. 21, no. 1), Spring 2006, 58-63.

“Haptic Bollywood,” (with Rajinder K. Dudrah, Senior Lecturer, Department of Theatre, University of Manchester) in New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film, 3:3 (2005), 143-158.

“The Promise of Monsters: Terrorism, Monstrosity, and Biopolitics,” in International Studies in Philosophy, 37:2 (2005), 81-92.

“Of Monsters and Terror-Tali-Tubbies: Biopower, Terrorism and Excess in Genealogies of Monstrosity,” in Cultural Studies, 18:4 (2004) 538-570.

“The Remaking of a Model Minority: Perverse Projectiles Under the Spectre of Counter-Terrorism,” (with Jasbir Puar, Associate Professor, Women’s Studies, Rutgers University) in Social Text, 80 (2004), 75-104.

“‘Start Narrative Here’: Excess and the Space of History in Asian Diasporic Films” in South Asian Popular Culture (UK), 1:1 (2003), 13-32.

“The Black Spectre of Sympathy: The Occult Relation in Jane Eyre,” in Literature, Interpretation, Theory, 14 (3), 2003, 243-268.

“Terrorist, Monster, Fag: The War on Terrorism and the Production of Docile Patriots,” (with Jasbir Puar, Associate Professor, Women’s Studies, Rutgers University) in Social Text, Fall (72), Vol. 20, no. 3, 2002, 117-148.

“`Thus Spake the Subaltern . . . ‘ Post-colonial Criticism and the Scene of Desire” in Discourse (USA), vol. 19, no. 2, 1997.
Rpt. in Special Collection on The Psychoanalysis of Race, edited by Chris Lane, published by Columbia University Press, 1998, 91-119.


Review of Cognitive Capitalism, Education, and Digital Labor, edited by Michael Peters and Ergin Bulut. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2011, Ephemera (UK), forthcoming.

Review of “New Documentary Forms: Tilting Frames of Truth” (Tate Modern) in Art India, 17:1. (2012) 98-99.

Review of ‘Rasheed Araeen: Before and After Minimalism, 1959-1974’” in Art India (Mumbai, India), forthcoming.

Other Publications:

“Race and Ontologies of Sensation,” forthcoming in volume on Race and Deleuze, to be published by Edinburgh University Press.

“Ontology and Monstrosity,” forthcoming in volume on Monstrous Culture, edited by Marina Levina and Diem-my Bui, to be published by Continuum Press.

“No time for the Sad Passions,” forthcoming in volume on Nanopolitics, edited by Bue Hansen and Manuela Zechner, to be published by Autonomedia.

“The Practice and Politics of Mobile Phones,” Opinion piece in Open Space,, Oct. 2010.

“Intermedia Emergence: The Fourth Screen,” with Rajinder Dudrah, Sangita Gopal, Anustup Basu, Editorial Introduction to special issue on Intermedia for South Asian Popular Culture, (Vol. 8, no. 2, 2010), 105-108.

“Mediating Secularism: Communalism and the Media Assemblage of Hindi-Urdu Film,” forthcoming in Secular Publicities: Visual Practices and the Transformations of National Publics in the Middle East and South Asia to be published by University of Michigan Press; edited by Srirupa Roy, Associate Professor, Political Science, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

“Here We Accrete Durations: Toward a Practice of Intervals in the Perceptual Mode of Power,” in Beyond Biopolitics: Essays on the Governance of Life and Death, edited by Patricia Clough and Craig Wilse, Durham: Duke University Press, 2012. 306-330.

“On the Purple Pleasures: Digitally Assembling Bollywood,” in South Asian Technospaces, Radhika Gajjala and Venkataramana Gajjala, eds., New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2008. 71-96.

“On the Media Assemblage of Bollywood: Time and Sensation in Globalizing India,” in The Bollywood Reader, Rajinder Dudrah and Jigna Desai, eds., London: Open University Press, 2008. 264-75.