Assistant Professor of English
Ph.D., Stanford University
Field of Specialty
South Asian literatures and film; Postcolonial literature and theory; The global novel
Rabb Graduate Center 239
Anjaria, Ulka and Jonathan Shapiro Anjaria. "Slumdog Millionaire and Epistemologies of the City [revised version]." The Slumdog Phenomenon: A Critical Anthology. Ed. Ajay Gehlawat. London: Anthem, 2013. 53-68.
Anjaria, Ulka. "To Chuck or Not to Chuck." Rev. of The Legend of Pradeep Mathew, by Shehan Karunatilaka. Public Books March, 2013
Anjaria, Ulka. "'Relationships Which Have No Name:’ Family and Sexuality in 1970s Popular Film." Journal of South Asian Popular Culture 10. 1 (2012): 23-35.
Anjaria, Ulka. "Introduction to the New Edition." Nature and Grounds of Political Obligation in the Hindu State by J.J. Anjaria (Reprint). New Delhi: Academic Foundation, 2012. 15-22.
Anjaria, Ulka. "Realism Rethought." Rev. of Postcolonial Studies and the Literary: Theory, Interpretation, and the Novel, by Eli Park Sorensen. NOVEL: A Forum on Fiction vol. 45.3 2012: 512-514.
Anjaria, Ulka. Realism in the Twentieth-Century Indian Novel: Colonial Difference and Literary Form. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2012.
Anjaria, Ulka. "'Why Don't You Speak?': The Narrative Politics of Silence in Three South Asian Novels." Colonialism, Modernity and Literature: A View from India. Ed. Satya P. Mohanty. New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, 2011. 153-170.
Anjaria, Ulka. "Portrait of the Artist as a Young Wog." Rev. of Conversations in Bloomsbury, by Mulk Raj Anand. Biblio: A Review of Books (November-December 2011): 17-18.
Anjaria, Ulka. "Staging Realism and the Ambivalence of Nationalism in the Colonial Novel." NOVEL: A Forum on Fiction 44. 2 (2011): 186-207.
Anjaria, Ulka (co-authored with Jonathan Shapiro Anjaria). "Slumdog Millionaire and Epistemologies of the City." Economic and Political Weekly 45. 24 (2010): 41-46.
Anjaria, Ulka and Jonathan Shapiro Anjaria. "Text, Genre, Society: Hindi youth films and postcolonial desire." Journal of South Asian Popular Culture 6. 2 (2008): 125-140.
Anjaria, Ulka. "A Literary Kartography: Urban Space and the Postcolonial Novel." South Asian Review 29. 1 (2008): 216-233.
Anjaria, Ulka. "On Beauty and Being Postcolonial: Aesthetics and Form in Zadie Smith." Zadie Smith: Critical Essays. Ed. Tracey Lorraine Walters. New York: Peter Lang, 2008. 31-56.
Anjaria, Ulka. "Review of The Nation Across the World: Postcolonial literary representations." by Ed. Harish Trivedi. Economic and Political Weekly vol. 43 May 24-30: 25-27.
Anjaria, Ulka. "Premchand in English." Rev. of Karmabhumi; My Life and Times, by Premchand. Biblio vol. 11 July-August, 2006: 4-5.
Anjaria, Ulka. "Satire, Literary Realism, and the Indian State: Six Acres and a Third and Raag Darbari." Economic and Political Weekly 41. 46 (2006): 4795-4800.
Anjaria, Ulka (with Jonathan Shapiro Anjaria). "Modernity's Split Subject." Rev. of Seven Summers; The Mulk Raj Anand Omnibus; Mulk Raj Anand: Shaping the Indian Modern, by Mulk Raj Anand. Biblio vol. 10 November-December 2005: 6-7.
Anjaria, Ulka. "Literature and the Limits of Law: Crime, Guilt and Agency in Premchand's Ghaban." Sarai Reader 05: Bare Acts. New Delhi: Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, 2005. 437-443.
|ANTH||129b||Global, Transnational, and Diasporic Communities|
|ENG||1a||Introduction to Literary Studies|
|ENG||11a||Introduction to Literary Method|
|ENG||20a||Bollywood: Popular Film, Genre, and Society|
|ENG||22a||Filmi Fictions: From Page to Screen in India|
|ENG||127a||The Novel in India|
|ENG||231b||language and Power|
|FYS||13a||Coming of Age in Literature|
|SAS||100a||Introduction to South Asia|