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67. 'The entanglements of Literature', College Literature, 45.3, July 2018 (Johns Hopkins University Press).

66. 'Transpoetics: what it means and what it fails to convey' University of Toronto Quarterly, for the special issue on 'World Poetics and Comparative Poetics', forthcoming, 2018.

65. "Sahitya Redux', Symploke, December, 2017 (Nebraska University Press) [Critical Forum on our book Thinking Literature across Continents].

64. 'The Trans of Literature', Literary Imagination (Oxford University Press), forthcoming, 2018.

63. Marjorie Perloff, J. Hillis Miller, Charles Bernstein & Ranjan Ghosh, 'Thinking Literature across Continents', CounterText, December, 2017 & April, 2018 (Edinburgh University Press).

62. ‘Orientalism’ in Bloomsbury Handbook to Literary and Cultural Theory (edited) Jeffrey R. Di Leo (New York: Bloomsbury, 2018).

61. 'Sourcialization' in Source-Text: Historical and Literary Theory (ed.) Tim Ulrich Kragh (Chicago, forthcoming)

60. ‘Presence’ in Bloomsbury Handbook to Literary and Cultural Theory (edited) Jeffrey R. Di Leo (New York: Bloomsbury, 2018).

59. 'In Conversation with J Hillis Miller and Ranjan Ghosh', CounterText, December, 2017.

58.  ‘Aesthetic Imaginary: Rethinking the Comparative’, Canadian Review of Comparative Literature, 44.3, September, 2017.

57. 'Intra-active Transculturality,' Modern Language Notes 130 (December 2015): 1198-1220 (Johns Hopkins University Press)

56. 'Walter Benjamin Quantumized' Journal of Modern Literature (forthcoming, Indiana University Press)

55. Caught in the Cross Traffic: Rabindranath Tagore and the Trials of Child Education’, Comparative Education Review, Vol. 59, No. 3 (August 2015), pp. 399-419, Chicago University Press).
This paper has been selected as the "Special Feature Article" by the CER editorial board and now stands nominated for the George Bereday Award.

54. ‘Rabindranath and Rabindranath Tagore: Home, History, World’, History and Theory Vol. 54, Issue 4, December, 2015, 125-148 [Wiley-Blackwell & Wesleyan University]

53. ‘The Neighbourhood of Poetry’, Journal of Modern Literature, forthcoming (Indiana University Press)

52.   ‘The Figure that Robert Frost's Poetics Make: Singularity and Sanskrit Poetic Theory’, in Birgit Kaiser (ed.) Singularity and Transnational Poetics (London: Routledge, 2015), pp 134-154.

51. ‘Rendezvous with the Scholar Gipsy’, SubStance, Vol. 42, no. 2, 2013, 3-11(Madison: Wisconsin University Press)

50. ‘India, itihasa and Inter-historiographical Discourse’, History and Theory, Vol. 46, 2, May 2007, 210-217 (Wesleyan University Press, US & Blackwell Publishing, Oxford).

Ranjan Ghosh, ‘India, itihasa, and Inter-historiographical Discourse’, trans. Xupeng Zhang, Historiography Quarterly, Issue 3 (2013), pp. 143-149.

49. ‘Ben Jonson and His Reader: An Aesthetics of Antagonism’, The Comparatist, Vol. 37, May, 2013, 138-155 (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press)

48. ‘Literature: the Mattering and the Matter’ SubStance, Vo. 42, No. 2, 2013, 33-47 (Madison: Wisconsin University Press)

47. ‘Institutionalised Theory, (In)fusion, Desivad’, The Oxford Literary Review, Vol. 28, 2006, 25-36. (Edinburgh University Press).

46. ‘Aesthetics of Hunger: (In)fusion Approach, Literature and the Other’, Symploke, vol 19, no.1 2011, 11-25 (University of Nebraska Press),673237.aspx,

45. ‘A Poet’s School: Rabindranath Tagore and the politics of Aesthetic Education’, South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, April, 2012 (Routledge),

44. ‘Globing the Earth: The New Eco-logics of Nature’, SubStance, Vol. 41, No. 1, Issue 127, 2012, 3-14 (Madison: Wisconsin University Press)

43. ‘Reading and Experiencing a Play Transculturally’, Comparative Drama, Vol 46, No. 3, Fall 2012, 259-281 (West Michigan University)

42. ‘Making Sense of Interpretation: Yes-ing and the (In)fusion Approach’, Parallax, 16, 3, 2010, 107-117 (London, Routledge & School of Fine Art and Cultural Studies, University of Leeds,

41. ‘"It disturbs me with a presence": Hindu history and what meaning cannot convey’, Storia della Storiografia, 55, 2009, 94-107 (Universite de Torino, Italy).

40. ‘A Reading in Comparative Aesthetics: Arnold as Indian Sage?’ Nineteenth Century Prose, Vol. 34, Nos. 1/2 Spring/Fall 2007, 257-282. (San Diego State University, US).

39. ‘Carlyle's Hero as Poet and Sri Aurobindo’s poetic theory: Reconfiguring few dimensions of Creativity’, Angelaki: Journal of Theoretical Humanities, 11.1, 2006, 35-44. (London, Routledge).

38. ‘Memory, narrative and the doing of History’, Storia della Storiographia, 54, 2008, 56-88 (Universite de Torino, Italy).

37. ‘The Product called ‘India’: Codes, Processes, Labels’, Rethinking History: The Journal of Theory and Practice, 12.1, March 2008, 125-134 (Routledge, London).

36. ‘Imagination, Imaging, and Revisionist Aesthetics in Rushdie’s Haroun and the Sea of the Stories: An (In)fusionist Approach’, Interdisciplinary Literary Studies, Vol. 8, No. 2, Spring 2007, 1-20 (Penn State University Press).

35. ‘Interdisciplinarity and the ‘Doing' of History: A Dialogue between F. R. Ankersmit and Ranjan Ghosh’, Rethinking History: The Journal of Theory and Practice, 11.2, June, 2007, (Routledge, London), 225-249.

34. ‘Making Sense of the Secular’ in Making Sense of the Secular: Critical Perspectives from Europe and Asia (New York & London: Routledge, 2012) 

33. ‘Dialogic Godotic’, in In Dialogue with Godot: Waiting and Other Thoughts (Lanham: Lexington Books, 2013, Rowman and Littlefield) 

32. ‘Romancing Theory, Riding Interpretation’ in Romancing Theory, Riding Interpretation: (In)fusion Approach, Salman Rushdie (New York: Peter Lang, 2012), 1-46. 

31. ‘Ayodhya, Memory, Myth and the Construction of Hindu Historiography’, in Bernard Lategan, Mamadou Diawara, Joern Ruesen ed. Dealing with the Past, Reaching for the Future: Aspects of African Historical Memory in an International Context (Oxford & New York: Berghahn Books, 2010).

30. ‘The Historian as Public Intellectual: Politics, Identity and the Public Sphere’ in Edward Said, the Literary, Social and the Political World ed. Ranjan Ghosh (New York, Routledge, 2009), 190-205.

29. ‘Should we leave it to the Writer?’ in Globalizing Dissent: Essays on Arundhati Roy ed. Ranjan Ghosh & Antonia Navarro Tejero (New York: Routledge, 2009), 182-194.

28. ‘Secularism, History and Polity: Exploring few dimensions’, Le Banquet, du Centre d’étude et de eflexion pour l’action politique (CERAP), Paris December, 2008. [in French and English], 65-90.

27. ‘Textuality, Theory, (In)fusionism: Reinventing Said's “Materiality” & “Amateurism”’, in Paradoxical Citizenship ed. Silvia Nagy-Zekmi, (Lanham: Maryland, Lexington Books, 2006), 57-66.

26. ‘(In)fusion Approach: The Critical Manifesto’ in (In)fusion Approach: Theory, Contestation, Limits, (Lanham, New York, Oxford: University Press of America, 2006), 1-19.

25. ‘Reconfigurating the Waiting for Godot: Explorations within some Paradigms of Hindu Philosophy’, Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd'hui, 4, 2004, 307-21 (Rodopi Press: Amsterdam & Atlanta).

24. ‘The Artist and the Intellectual: Rabindranath Tagore and Transnationality’ in Truth to Power: Public Intellectuals In and Out of Academe ed. Silvia Nagy-Zekmi & Karyn Hollis (New Castle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010), 89-102.
Special Numbers (Edited)

1. Introducing a Surplus: Rabindranath Tagore and Other Thoughts, South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies (London: Routledge, 2012)

2. Globing the Earth, SubStance
(Madison: Wisconsin University Press, 2012)

3. Reading and Performing: Transculturalism & ‘Dramatic’ Experiences, Comparative Drama
(West Michigan University, 2012)

4. Does Literature Matter? SubStance
(Madison: Wisconsin University Press, 2013)