Sreyoshi Sarkar
Sreyoshi Sarkar
Assistant Professor of English
Curriculum Vitae


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Sreyoshi Sarkar has been teaching and writing in the fields of postcolonial studies, ecocriticism, and women’s writing for the last nine years. She earned her doctorate degree in English literature at the George Washington University. She is currently working on her first book project titled “Conflict Ecologies/Ecological Conflicts: Gender, Genre, and Environment in Postcolonial Literature and Cinema." Her publications include articles on Michael Ondaatje’s Anil’s Ghost for the Green Letters journal (2016), and on Salman Rushdie’s Shalimar, the Clown in the Commonwealth Essays and Studies journal (2016).

Professional Experience

Assistant Professor, English, Ball State University

August 2017-present

Instructor, English, George Washington University


Assistant Professor, English, Gargi College, University of Delhi


Curriculum Vitae

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Ph.D. in English

George Washington University, 2017

M.Phil. in English

University of Delhi, 2007

M.A. in English

University of Delhi, 2005

B.A. in English

St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi, 2003

Research and Publications

  • “Of Bicycles and Bombs: Assembling Ecological Testimonies of Conflict in Michael Ondaatje’s Anil’s Ghost.” “Modern Warfare and the Environment,” special issue of Green Letters, 21.1, October 2016. Accessible at
  • Shalimar, the Clown and the Politics of ‘Worlding’ the Kashmir Conflict.” “Post-Conflict Literatures: Representations and Reconfigurations,” special issue of Commonwealth Essays and Studies. 39.1, Autumn 2016, pp. 23-34
  • “Toward a ‘Post-National’ Community in Pakistan and the Failures of the Modernist Bildungsroman.” South Asian Review: South Asian Modernism, 33.1, July 2012, pp. 185-206
  • Bhattacharya, Rimli, Anuja Madan, Sreyoshi Sarkar, and Nivedita Basu. Notes of Running Feet: English in Primary Textbooks. (Bhopal, India: Eklavya, 2012), Contributed four chapters, pp. 15-35 + 13
  • “Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni and the (Im)Possibility of the Diasporic Bildungsroman.” Creoles, Diasporas and Cosmopolitanisms: The Creolization of Nations, Cultural Migrations, Global Languages and Literatures, edited by David Gallagher, Academica Press, 2012, pp. 207-222