I wouldn’t say i work in certain areas, that may sound duly, drably and flatly clerical. I would rather say i "reflectively dwell" in a range of "problem zones" that the wiser lot have chosen to call Critical theory, Postmodern and Postcolonial Studies, Continental thinking, Deleuze Studies, Political activism, Social movement theory and Minority studies. After looking at the range of "problem fields" i have put down here a skeptic might say that it is just not possible to get exposed to so many fields at the same time. So before a skeptic like that i would make an empirical division of my areas. I would say Critical theory, Postcolonial and Postmodern studies, Continental thinking and Deleuze studies stand as my core areas, and i have just wedded them with my current research interests which happen to be political activism, Social movement theories and Minority Studies.
My articles have been published in prestigious journals like Asiatic which is published from University of Malaysia, Post-colonial Cultures and Societies which is published from Wright State University, USA, Journal of Contemporary Thought, University of North Texas, USA, Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research which is published from New Delhi, India, History and Sociology of South Asia, SAGE, UK, Indian Literature, Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi, and Maintenance of Boundary: Theory and politics in Contemporary times, Oxford University Press, UK, Economic and Political weekly, Contemporary South Asia, Brill University Press. I was invited to deliver a series of lectures at Virginia Commonwealth University, USA in March, 2007 and presented a paper in the Derrida Today Conference held at the Royal Academy, London in June 2010 and postcolonial Justice Conference in Berlin, Germany in June 2015.