Dr. Pavan Malreddy
Pavan Malreddy has studied and taught Sociology, Anthropology, Development Studies and English Literature in the Netherlands, Singapore, Canada and Germany. His current research project focuses on the armed insurgencies in India, Burma and Nigeria. His research interests include world anglophone studies, 20th and 21st centrury literatures, Empire fictions, discourses of terrorism, and the intersections of memory studies and postcolonial theory (see full list of publications).
I will be on research leave for the summer of 2020.
Books and Editions
2020 (co-edited with Michael C. Frank) Narratives of the War on Terror: Global Perspectives. Oxon and New York: Routlegde.
2019 (co-edited with Anindya Purakayastha and Birte Heidemann) Violence in South Asia: Contemporary Perspectives. Oxon, New York and New Delhi (dual edition): Routledge.
Articles and Chapters
2020 ‘Subalternation: Narrating Burma’. Postcolonial Studies 23 (2): https://doi.org/10.1080/13688790.2020.1751912
2019 ‘Imperialist Shame and Indigenous Guilt in George Orwell’s Burmese Days’. European Journal of English Studies 23 (3)
2019 ‘The Novel of Burma’. In: Alex Tickell (ed). The Oxford History of the Novel in English (vol. 10). Oxford: Oxford University Press
2019 ‘The Transatlantic Novel and the War on Terror’. Journal of Postcolonial Writing. 551 (1).
2018 (with Michael Frank) ‘Global Responses to the War on Terror’. European Journal of English Studies 22 (2)
2018 ‘In a State of Indifference: A Conversation with Amit Chaudhuri’. Creative Lives (4)
2018 (with Frank Schulze-Engler and John Njenga Karugia) ‘“Even the Dead Have Human Rights”: A Conversation with Homi Bhabha’. Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 54 (5)
2017 (with Ana Sobral) ‘Violent Worlds: Three Readings from the Global South’. Anglistentag Proceedings. Trier: WVT
2016 ‘Solidarity, Suffering, and ‘Divine Violence’: Fictions of the Naxalite Insurgency’. In: Alex Tickell (ed.) South-Asian Fiction in English: Contemporary Transformations. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan