|Region of Interest|
|Primary Country of Residence|
United States of America
Associate Dean, College of Arts & Sciences & Professor of International Relns.& Political Science
University of Lynchburg, Virginia
Dean of Social Sciences
|Countries of Specialization|
India, China, Pakistan
Ph.D., Tulane University
Research expertise is in the regional politics and economics of Asia (both South and East Asia), the circum-Caribbean, and Europe.
Teaches in the International Relations and Political Science program and in the Liberal Arts program at the University of Lynchburg.
“Sensing Hinduism: Lucian-Indian Funeral ‘Feast’ as Glocalized Ritual” (co-authored) in Religions 7 (1): 8, 2016
“SUB-CONTINENTAL LOVERS: PAKISTAN-INDIA RELATIONS” in Critical Muslim, Vol. 5, December 2012
SEX TRAFFICKING: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE – book co-edited with K. McCabe, Rowman & Littlefield / Lexington, April 2010
“GLOBALIZATION’S GENDERED CONSEQUENCES IN THE CARIBBEAN” (co-author B. Bullock), in Benjamin & Hall eds. Eternal Colonialism, University Press of America, February 2010
“Chutney, Jhanda and Kala Pani: Reaffirming Indo-Caribbean Ethno-Gender Identity”, B. Giri, ed. Thinking Territory: Some Reflections, Pencraft International, 2009
“WAR AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: A CRITICAL EXPLORATION THROUGH BAKHTINIAN DIAOLOGIC AND HUIZINGA’S HOMO LUDENS” in Theory as Variation ed. by R. Radhakrishnan et al. Pencraft International, New Delhi, 2007.
“GEORGETOWN SHUFFLE: ETHNIC POLITICS OF AFRO-GUYANESE, AMERINDIANS, AND INDO-GUYANESE IN POSTCOLONIAL GUYANA” in Perspectives on Contemporary Ethnic Conflict, ed. S. C. Saha, Lexington Books, 2006
“PEDAGOGY AND EXPERIENCE: BRINGING JAPAN INTO THE CLASSROOM,” co-authored with Dwight Lang et al, Japan Studies Review, Vol. 10, 2006: 75-91.
“ISRAELI PARTY POLITICS: WHAT IS SHAS FOR THE GOOSE IS NOT SAUCE FOR THE GANDER,” in David Lesch, ed., History in Dispute: The Middle East Since 1945, St. James Press/Gale Group, 2003.
“SRI LANKAN TAMIL NATIONALISM: ITS ORIGINS AND DEVELOPMENTS IN THE NINETEENTH AND TWENTIETH CENTURIES,” A.J. Wilson, book review, National Identities, 3(3) 2001: 284-287.
“IDEOLOGY & CIVIL-MILITARY RELATIONS: INDIA, PAKISTAN AND BURMA IN THE NINETIES ,” Third World Studies Conference Proceedings, Costa Rica 1999: 227-251
Right-wing; Extremism; Ethnic; Indo-Caribbean; regional politics;Caribbean; women; gender; security;