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Milton’s Blind Language (manuscript nearing completion)

Regarding Sight and Blindness in Early Modern English Literature (work in progress)

A Social History of Indian Mountaineering (work in progress)



“When They Consider How Their Light Is Spent: On Intersectional Race and Disability Theories in the Classroom” in Race in the European Renaissance: A Classroom Guide, edited by Anna Wainwright and Matthieu Chapman (forthcoming from the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Press, 2020)

“Confessions of the Half-Caste, or Wheeling Strangers of Here and Everywhere” (forthcoming in postmedieval, 2019)

“Travel and Mountains” in The Cambridge History of Travel Writing, edited by Nandini Das and Tim Youngs (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019), pp. 345-360

Toward Blind Language: John Milton Writing, 1648-1656,” Milton Studies 60:1-2 (2018), pp. 75-107

Seeing Feelingly: Sight and Service in King Lear” in Disability, Health, and Happiness in the Shakespearean Body, edited by Sujata Iyengar (New York: Routledge, 2015), pp. 76-92

“Food and Literature of the Himalayan Heights” in The Writer’s Feast: Food and the Cultures of Representation, edited by Supriya Chaudhuri and Rimi B. Chatterjee (New Delhi: Orient BlackSwan, 2011), pp. 206-222

“Milton and His Created World” in The Word and the World, edited by Sukanya Dasgupta and Mangala Gauri Chakraborty (Kolkata: Loreto College, 2009), pp. 125-136



Early Modern Theatre and the Figure of Disability, by Genevieve Love” (invited for and forthcoming in Renaissance Quarterly, 2019)

Monstrous Kinds: Body, Space, and Narrative in Renaissance Representations of Disability, by Elizabeth Bearden” (invited for and forthcoming in College Literature, 2019)

Much Ado About Nothing [by Silicon Valley Shakespeare]” (invited for and forthcoming in Shakespeare Bulletin, 2019)

Hamlet [by Silicon Valley Shakespeare],” Shakespeare Bulletin 36:1 (2018), pp. 156-159



“Gifts for a Girl: Women in Indian Mountaineering” (invited for and forthcoming in Alpinist, 2020)

“What Would a New Kind of Himalayan Mountaineering Narrative Look Like?” (invited for and forthcoming in The Himalayan Journal, 2020)

“On the Margins of Himalayan Mountaineering Archives,” The Alpinist Podcast, 2019 (by invitation; recorded and forthcoming in 2019)

The Matter of History: Himalayan Mountaineering and Its Archives,” The Himalayan Journal (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2016), pp. 26-40

“Two Walks in the Kishtwar” co-authored with Harish Kapadia, The Himalayan Journal (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2015), pp. 135-150

The Unaccommodated: The Himalaya and the Makers of Their Literature,” The Himalayan Journal (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2013), pp. 1-16