- PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 1989
- Recipient of grants from the National Science Foundation, 2012-2014
2013. Sex, Askesis and the Athletic Perfection of the Soul: Physical Philosophy in the Ancient Mediterranean and South Asia. In Geoffrey Samuel and Jay Johnson eds. Subtle Bodies. Pp. 121-148. London: Routledge. 2013. Sri Yogendra: Magic, Modernity and the Burden of the Middle-Class Yogi. In Mark Singleton and Ellen Goldberg, eds. Gurus in Modern Yoga. P.p. 60 -80. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.
2012 “Sacrifice and Immortality: Theoretical Implications of Embodiment in Hathayoga.” South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies 35 (2): 408-433.
2011 Moral Materialism: Sex and Masculinity in Modern India. Penguin: New Delhi.
2012 “Realism, Reception, 1968, and West Africa” in Modern Language Quarterly special issue, “Peripheral Realisms,” 73.3: 289-308.
2011 “Representing the Slum Non-Magically” in Legacies of Modernism: Historicizing Contemporary Fiction. Ed. David James, Cambridge UP, pp. 253-278.
2011 “Adichie’s Genealogies: National and Feminine Novels” Research in African Literatures 42.2: 91-101.
“Lesser-known Music from North India and Pakistan.” UNESCO Collection of Traditional Music. Guest Blog Album Review (Week 16). 2014.
“At Home in the Studio: The Sound of Manganiyar Music Going Popular.” In More than Bollywood: Studies in Indian Popular Music. Bradley Shope and Gregory Booth, eds. New York: Oxford University Press. 2013: 256-75.
Forthcoming “Religion and Religious Authority in the Age of Secularism and Globalization: Some Implications for the Balkans” in Bulletin of the Institute of Ethnography of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts.
2011 Executive "Empires are Us: Identifying with Differences," in Images of Imperial Legacy: Modern Discourses on the Social and Cultural Impact of Ottoman and Habsburg Rule in Southeast Europe, edited by Tea Sindbaek and Maximilian Hartmuth, Berlin: LIT Verlag
2010 “St. Sava and the Power(s) of Spiritual Authority,” Serbian Studies 24.1-2: 49-62.
2009 “‘Never Forget the Sacrifice’: A Visit to Chu Van An High School in Hanoi, Vietnam,” The Social Studies 100:4 (July/August 2009) 148–153 (100th Anniversary Issue Reprint).
2007 The War Schools of Dobrinja: Reading, Writing, and Resistance during the Siege of Sarajevo. San Francisco, Caddo Gap Press.
2006 “Školovanje u Ekstremnim Okolnostima: Lekcije iz Bosanskih Pejzaža” [Schooling in the Extreme: Lessons from Bosnian Landscapes], Prosvjetni List [The Educational Gazette], (Ministry of Education and Science, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina) 932:61; New Series 100:10, 17–20.
2014 A Public Backstage: The Politics and Possibilities of Overheard Talk in Tamil Grocery Shops,Language and Communication, vol 34 (1): 35-45.
2010 "A 'Good Business' Decision Framework." Rotman Magazine.
2009 "Good Business in Bad Times: The Strategic Advantages of Humanity in
Business Decisions." Effective Executive.
2009 "Transient Products but Persistent Trade Patterns" (with S. Husted), Journal of Economic Studies
2009 “Arab Republic of Egypt,” (with Saad Nassar, Gamal Siam and Hoda Moussa), Chapter 2 (pp.71-98) in Distortions to Agricultural Incentives in Africa, K. Anderson and W. A. Masters (eds.), World Bank, Washington D.C.
2009 “Trade Dispute Diversion: The Economics of Conflicting Dispute Settlement Procedures between Regional Trade Agreements and the WTO,” Chapter 12 (pp. 303-330) in Trade Disputes and the Dispute Settlement Understanding of the WTO: An Interdisciplinary Assessment, James C. Hartigan, ed. Elsevier.