Academic Publications


“Interview with Paulina Chiziane: Writing, Debating, and Belonging to a Nation In Progress.” Transition, no. 129, 2020, pp. 200–217. JSTOR, doi:10.2979/transition.129.1.17

“Indo-Mozambicans in Maputo: Oral Narratives on Identity and Migration from 1947-1992.” in Achenbach et al., (eds.) Afrasian Transformations: Transregional Perspectives on Development Cooperation, Social Mobility, and Cultural Change (2020).

“Remembering the Camps: Portuguese De-Colonization, Competing Colonialisms in Mozambique, and Deportation to India.” The Oxford Monitor vol. 8, n 2 (2020). Online.

“The (Indian female) Search for Love: Black Feminist Theory as a Paradigm to Deconstruct the Importance of Romantic Love in the Domestic Lives of Women of Color Abroad.” Disrupted (Winter 2019) The Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy. Online.

“National Belonging and Social Integration: Race and Migration in Mozambique.” The Republicvol. 3, n. 1 (2019). Online.

Indo-Mozambican Interactions with the State (1947-1992): Civic and Religious Institutions in Lourenço Marques/Maputo as sites of ethnic identity affirmation and migratory contestation.” “Espaços transnacionais: narrativas do Oceano Índico” Remate de Males (UNICAMP) vol. 38, n. 1 (2018), Brazil

‘Comunidade Hindu’ In Maputo Province, Mozambique 1960-1990 (2017). ASA 2017 Annual Meeting Paper. Available at SSRN:

“Re-writing our Mothers’ Legacies: Comparing themes of Inheritance among Second generation writers, Rebecca Walker and Kiran Desai.” Variegated Narratives of Indian English Fiction, Ed. G.A. Ghanashyam and Prasanta Chakraborty. Jaipur, India: Aadi Publications, 2014. 171-184. Print.

“Negotiating with the Diaspora. An Interview with Ama Ata Aidoo.” Scholar & Feminist OnlineJournal 7.2 (Spring 2009).