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Priyadarshi Patnaik
1969,  Male ,  Indian ,  Assistant Professor

Priyadarshi Patnaik, Ph.D., is Associate Professor in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences at IIT Kharagpur (India). His areas of specialization include Indian aesthetics, visual culture and non-verbal communication. He is also a creative writer, painter, translator and photographer. He has authored more than 20 research articles and 15 creative writings in journals and edited volumes in India and outside. He has published two anthologies of poems, a critical work entitled Rasa in Aesthetics (DK Printworld), co-authored a monograph on non-verbal communication and co-edited a volume on Discourses on Ageing and Dying (Sage). He can be reached at his email: priyadarshi1@yahoo.com. Some of his visual work can be viewed at www.geocities.com/priyadarshi1

 

British Association of Aesthetics
American Association of Aesthetics

1. “What is a Work of Art?” Kala Dighya, Issue No. 6, Lucknow, 2003
2. “Sexual Anonymity,” Contemporary Research Indica, Jaipur, 2003
3. “Indian Popular Music Culture: Exegesis and Discourses in Postcoloniality,” (With M.S. Chagla), Journal of English and Foreign Languages, CEFL, Hyderabad, 2002
4. Towards an Alternative Discourse (Book review), Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research, ICPR, New Delhi, 2002
5. “The Old Man and the Sea in the Light of Rasa Theory: An Indian Reading of Hemingway,” The Ernest Hemingway Companion, Ed. S. Mandal, Sarat Book Distributors, Kolkata, 2002
6. “Text as a Process,” Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research, ICPR, New Delhi, 1999
7. “A ‘Misreading’ of Bloom’s Misreading,” Indian Journal of American Studies, ASRC, Hyderabad, 1999
8. “What is the Language of Humanism?” Facets of Humanism, Recent Books, New Delhi, 1998
9. “textua Anonymity,” Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research, ICPR, New Delhi, 1997
10. “Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea: From the Perspective of Vira Rasa of the Natya Sastra,” American Fiction in Perspective, Ed. Satish K. Gupta, Atlantic, New Delhi, 1997
11. “Not-Words,” New Literary History, Virginia, USA, 1995.
12. “Terror,” The Indian P.E.N. Vol. 56, No. 4-6, 1995
13. “Notes on Meaning,” Research Journal of Philosophy and Social Sciences, Meerut, 1994

Books by Priyadarshi Patnaik
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