We're adding a small academic track to Kriti for the first time, and I'm really enjoying reviewing the paper abstracts. I want to hear all of these presentations, but a) I'll likely be running around like a chicken with her head cut off managing festival details, and b) we'll also have author readings scheduled against them. There is never enough time for everything. But still, aren't these titles intriguing?
- Linking Language Study with Personal Partition Narratives
- Middlebrow Mahatma: Dhan Gopal Mukerji and American Anticolonialism
- From Page to Screen: Chetan Bhagat, Three Idiots and New Cultural Authorship in American Anticolonialism
(If the answer to my last question is no, then it's probably a good thing you didn't go for that English Ph.D. :-) )