India’s Daughter: It is Time to Retire the Realist Rape Documentary,” Camera Obscura, October 2024.

“Gestural (Im)Politics: Activism in Contemporary Indian Dance.” Book chapter in Oxford Handbook of Indian Dance: Transnational Routes. Editors: Prarthana Purkayastha & Anurima Banerji. Oxford University Press, Forthcoming 2024/25. 

Languid Bodies, Grounded Stances: The Curving Pathway of Neoclassical Odissi Dance. Berghahn Books: New York, 2017. For a review, you can read here.

Languid Bodies, Grounded Stances: The Curving Pathway of Neoclassical Odissi Dance, Orient Blackswan: New Delhi 2017.

“Bodies and Borders: The Odissi Costume Controversy” in Dance Matters Too: Markets, Modernities and Messages, eds. Pallabi Chakravorty and Nilanjana Gupta. Routledge: India, 2018.

Filmed Ethnography or Ethnographic Film? Voice and Positionality in Ethnographic, Documentary and Feminist Film” in Journal of Film And Video (peer-reviewed). Special Issue on Documentary. Volume 67.1-2 Fall/Winter 2015.

“Beyond Tradition: The Practice of Sadhana in Odissi Dance” in Journal of Dance and Somatic Practices (peer-reviewed) 4: 2, pp. 233–247, Fall 2012.

“(Re) imagining a History of Odissi Dance” in Anthropology News for their “In Focus” Commentary for an issue on “Restoration and Renovation”  October 2011.

Their latest book projects are Visualizing the Thug(gee): A History of Colonialism, Race, and Criminality and Parenting in Pennsyltucky, a nonfiction collection of essays of parenting while brown in white America


Other Articles

Abolition Now,” essay in Prison Journalism Project, July 2020.

College, Supposedly the Great Equalizer, is Much Less Equal Online,” Medium, June 2020.

“Regenerative Community Justice in Sustainable Lehigh Valley, April 2020.

Book Review of This Is How We Dance Now! Performance in the Age of Bollywood and Reality Shows by Pallabi Chakravorty. 2018. in Dance Research Journal, 50(2), 95-97.

“A Delicious Offering: Review of “Replaced Rituals” in Narthaki, an online dance journal, November 2007.

Review of “Media Worlds: Anthropology on New Terrain” (Ginsburg, Abu-Lughod, Larkin, eds.) in Visual Anthropology Review, Spring 2005.

“On Collective Authorship” in Fotograf, a photography journal published in the Czech Republic in Czech and English, Spring 2003.

“Brave New World,” in The Telegraph, leading Indian national newspaper, October 1988.

“A Hyphen Between East and West.” In The Indian Post, June 1988.

“Moving Experiences,” Cityscan Magazine, Delhi-based magazine, June 1987.