Global Bollywood. Co-editor and contributor (New York University Press, 2008).
Looking L.A., Talking Bombay: Globalization and the making of Bollywood (manuscript in preparation)
Articles and Book chapters
“From IndiaFM.com to Radio Ceylon: New media and the making of the Bombay film industry.” Article forthcoming in Media, Culture and Society, vol. 32 (5), Sept. 2010 (forthcoming).
“Reality TV and participatory culture: Indian Idol and the emergence of mobile publics.” Forthcoming in Popular Communication: International Journal of Media and Culture.
Also published as a book chapter – “Reality TV and the making of mobile publics: The case of Indian Idol.” In Marwan Kraidy and Katherine Sender (eds.), Real Worlds: Global Perspectives on the Politics of Reality Television. New York: Routledge (forthcoming).
“From Bihar to Manhattan: Bollywood and the Transnational Indian Family.” book chapter in Michael Curtin and Hemant Shah (eds.), Re-orienting Global Communications. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2010.
“Bollywood in the Indian-American Diaspora: Mediating a Transitive Logic of Cultural Citizenship,” International Journal of Cultural Studies, 2005, Vol.8, #2: 151-175. (pdf)
“Rowdies, Rasikas, Fans: A Look at Bollywood, New Media, and Participatory Culture,” Biblio, 2005, Sept.-Oct. Issue: 23-26.
“Between Rowdies and Rasikas: Rethinking Fan Activity in Indian Film Culture,” in Jonathan Gray and Cornel Sandvoss (Eds.), Fandom: Identities and Communities in a Mediated World, New York: New York University Press, 2007.
- Revised as “We’re Online, Not on the Streets: Indian Cinema, New Media, and Participatory Culture,” for publication in Global Bollywood, Eds. Anandam Kavoori and Aswin Punathambekar (NYU Press, 2008)
“MSSRF’s Information Village Research Project, Pondicherry.” White paper published in “Information and Communications Technologies for Development: A Comparative Analysis of Impacts and Costs from India,” Eds. Balaji Parthasarathy and Kenneth Keniston, 2005.
“PCOs in Rural Tamilnadu: Yarns of a Different Kind from Tiruppur.” White paper written for the Telecommunications & Computer Networks Group, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)-Chennai, 2002.
Indian Idol and Flash Fandom. Invited submission for In Media Res, Media Commons, November 2007.
A Family Drama: Television and the Fight for the National Family. Invited submission for In Media Res, Media Commons, April 2008.
What brown cannot do for you: MTV-Desi, diasporic youth culture, and the limits of television. FLOW, Vol.10, Issue 2.
Television, participatory culture, and politics: the case of Indian Idol. FLOW, Vol. 10, Issue 5.
Colombo Calling: Radio Ceylon and Bombay cinema’s “national audience.” FLOW, Vol. 10, Issue 8.
“South Asian Technospaces,” Radhika Gajjala and Venkataramana Gajjala (Eds.), New York: Peter Lang, 2008. Forthcoming in New Media and Society.
“The Cinematic ImagiNation: Indian Popular Films as Social History,” Book Review, The Velvet Light Trap: A Critical Journal of Film and Television, 2005, Vol.56: 72-73.
Works In Progress
“After Bollywood: Diasporic media in an age of media capitals,” book chapter in New Agendas in Global Communication (Eds.) Karin Wilkins, Joe Straubhaar, and Shanti Kumar. New York: Routeldge (forthcoming).
Co-editor (with Shanti Kumar), special issue on contemporary television in South Asia for South Asian History and Culture (December 2010 issue, under contract).
Looking L.A., Talking Bombay: Globalization and the making of Bollywood, book manuscript in preparation.