Feroza Jussawalla, is author of FAMILY QUARELLS: TOWARDS A CRITICISM OF INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH (Peter Lang, 1984) and co-editor of INTERVIEWS WITH WRITERS OF THE POSTCOLONIALWORLD and editor of CONVERSATIONS WITH V.S. NAIPAUL (University Press of Mississippi, 1993 and 1998). She has published extensively in the area of postcolonial/commonwealth literatures in English. She has written on Salman Rushdie in PUBLIC CULTURE, THIRD TEXT, and DIACRITICS. She has edited several special issues of journals such as THE REVIEW OF CONTEMPORARY FICTION, THE JOURNAL OF INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH, THE SOUTH ASIAN REVIEW, and most recently a special issue of THE SOUTH ASIAN REVIEW (2009) on Emerging Women"s Writing. She also has published in Composition, most notably the Writing Across the Curriculum companion to THE HOLT GUIDE TO WRITING and EXCELLENT TEACHING IN A CHANGING ACADEMY (Jossey Bass) Her collection of poetry, CHIFFON SARIS, published by both the Calcutta Writer"s Workshop and by the Toronto South Asian Review, has been widely reviewed. She herself was a regular reviewer for THE TIMES HIGHER EDUCATION SUPPLEMENT. Recent events in her life and health have turned her to memoir.
Fall Semester 2010
Developing a Post-Colonial Literature
Seminar In Comparative Literature: PostColonial-PostModern
Session 1 2010
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