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Publications:  Dr Amitabh Rai

Rai AS(2019). Jugaad Time Ecologies of Everyday Hacking in India. Duke University Press
Rai AS(2015). The affect of Jugaad: Frugal innovation and postcolonial practice in India’s mobile phone ecology. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space vol. 33, (6) 985-1002.
RAI AS(2012). Perception and Digital Media in India. International Journal of E-Politics vol. 3, (4) 36-54.
RAI AS(2012). On the Jugaad Image: Embodying the Mobile Phone in India. Postmodern Culture: an electronic journal of interdisciplinary criticism vol. 23, (1)
RAI AS(2012). Race Racing: Four Theses on Race and Intensity. Women's Studies Quarterly vol. 40, (1&2)
RAI AS(2011). For an ethnography toward the virtual: Deleuze's transcendental empiricism and nonlinear ImMedia. South Asian Popular Culture vol. 9, (3) 313-326.
RAI AS(2010). Biopower and Marketing. Media Assemblages
RAI A(2010). Composite Photographs. South Asian Popular Culture vol. 8, (2) 195-201.
RAI AS (2010). The Value of Affect: Perception and Media in India. Medium: Blogpost,
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Rai AS(2010). Hollywood Highbrow: From Entertainment to Art. CULT SOCIOL vol. 4, (1) 162-165.
RAI A(2010). Review of Shyon Baumann’s Hollywood Highbrow Cultural Sociology. Cultural Sociology vol. 4, (1) 162-165.
Bond P, Rai AS(2009). Borrower runs. J DEV ECON vol. 88, (2) 185-191.
RAI AS(2009). Untimely Bollywood: Globalization and India’s New Media Assemblage. Duke University Press
RAI AS(2008). On Purple Pleasures: Digitally Assembling Bollywood. South Asian Technospaces, Editors: Gajjala, R, Gajjala, V, Peter Lang Publishing (New York),
RAI AS(2008). On the media assemblage of Bollywood: time and sensation in globalizing India. The Bollywood Reader, Editors: Dudrah, R, Desai, J, Open University Press (Maidenhead),
RAI A(2007). Monstrous Mutations, Sympathetic Monsters. Third Text (UK) vol. 21, (6) 745-759.
RAI A (2006). An Aesthetics of Terror?” Lead Essay, Art India. Edition. 4, vol. 11, pp. 31-40.
RAI A(2006). Every Citizen is a Cop without the Uniform: The Populist Outside in Bollywood’s New Angry Young Man Genre. Interventions vol. 8, (2) 193-227.
RAI A(2006). The Future is a Monster. Camera Obscura, 61 vol. 21, (1) 58-63.
RAI A(2005). Haptic Bollywood. New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film vol. 3, (3) 143-158.
Rai AS(2005). The promise of monsters: Terrorism, monstrosity and biopolitics. INT STUD PHILOS vol. 37, (2) 81-93.
Puar JK, Rai AS(2004). The Remaking of a Model Minority: Perverse Projectiles under the Specter of (Counter) Terrorism. Social Text (80) 75-104.
Rai AS(2004). Of monsters - Biopower, terrorism and excess in genealogies of monstrosity. CULT STUD vol. 18, (4) 538-570.
RAI A (2003). Bollywood through a Pedagogy of Crisis,” in Humanscape. pp. 23-25.
RAI A (2003). Going to the Pictures: Review of ‘Heat: Moving Picture Visions, Phantasms and Nightmares in Art India. Edition. 4, vol. 8, pp. 22-23.
RAI A (2003). Life, Debt and the Pitfalls of Romantic Resistance. Shobak Outsider Asians
RAI A (2003). Patriotism and the Muslim Citizen in Hindi Films. Harvard Asia Quarterly
RAI A (2003). Review of Painted Photography in India, in Art India. Edition. 3, vol. 8, pp. 22-23.
RAI A (2003). Review of Post Independence Indian Art at the Robeson Gallery, in Art India. pp. 24-25.
RAI A(2003). Start Narrative Here’: Excess and the Space of History in Asian Diasporic Films. South Asian Popular Culture(UK) vol. 1, (1) 13-32.
RAI A(2003). The Black Spectre of Sympathy: The Occult Relation in Jane Eyre. Literature, Interpretation, Theory vol. 14, (3) 243-268.
Puar JK, Rai AS(2002). Monster, Terrorist Fag: The War on Terrorism and the Production of Docile Patriots. Social Text (72) 117-148.
RAI A (2002). Review of Darius Cooper’s The Cinema of Satyajit Ray: Between Tradition and Modernity and Geeta Kapur’s When Was Modernism: Essays on Contemporary Cultural Practice in India in Interventions. Edition. 1, vol. 4,
Rai A(2002). Rule of Sympathy: Race, Sentiment, Power, 1750-1850. Macmillan
RAI A (2002). Rule of Sympathy: Sentiment, Race, and Power. pp. 1760-1840. Palgrave-St. Martins Press
RAI A (2002). The Pleasure and Politics of Hindi Film Culture,” in Samar: South Asian Magazine for Action and Reflection, Summer/Fall. pp. 44-49.
Rai AS(2000). A critique of postcolonial reason: Toward a history of the vanishing present. CRIT-Q LIT ART vol. 42, (1) 119-123.
RAI A (2000). First Day, First Show, in The Times of India.
RAI A (2000). Global Bhopal,” in The Times of India.
RAI A (2000). Review of Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak’s Critique of Postcolonial Reason. Edition. 1, vol. 42,
Rai AS(1997). The science of empire: Scientific knowledge, civilization, and colonial rule in India. VICTORIAN STUD vol. 40, (4) 748-750.
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