Farhad Khoyratty's publications

“Postponing the Indian Ocean: Bollywood Map-making and Nostalgia for Community in the New Indian Diaspora with Particular Reference to Mauritius” in Identités, Migrations et Territoires dans l'océan Indien, ed. Jacqueline Andoche, Eileen William Wanquet and Michel Watin (dir.), (Epica Edition: Réunion (France), 2014) pp. 173 – 187.

 A Phenomenological Reading of Temporality and Natality in Relation to the Diasporic Indian Reception of the Bollywood Text with Reference to Mauritius in Diasporic Choices, ed. Renata Seredyńska-Abou Eid (Interdisciplinary Press, Oxford, 2013), 21 - 34. 

“Emperor‟s New Clothes” in Connotations – The Island Institute Journal – Fall 2011, Sitka, Alaska, pp. 26 – 39.

“From the Ocean with a Short Memory: The Bollywood Courtesan as an Old/New Myth of Origin for Mauritian Muslims” in Repenser les mythes fondateurs et l’ecriture de l’histoire dans l’espace Océan Indien ed. Eileen William Wanquet and Mohamed Aït-Aarab, (Océan Edition: Réunion, 2011) pp. 145 – 156.

Mauritian Impressions 2010, an Anthology of Contemporary Literature in English (President’s Fund for Creative Writing in English, 2010). Chapter (pp. 64-79) in Mauritian Impressions 2010, an Anthology of Contemporary Literature in English (President’s Fund for Creative Writing in English, 2010) on my writings (chapter edited by Shakuntala Hawoldar)

“Writing Fluid Identities: a Phenomenology of Short Memories, Fact, Fiction and Silence in the South-Western Indian Ocean” in “On the Coast of Short Memory: Fact, Fiction, and Silence in East Africa” (Panel Session), delivered at the Bedell Nonfiction Conference, Department of English (Graduate), College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Iowa, United States of America, Wed. Nov. 3 – Nov. 6 2010. Published online here

“Hybrid Reflexivity: A Study of Identity-Construction in the Mauritian Muslim from an Audience Study of Her Relation to Contemporary Bollywood Film” in INDICITIES/INDICES/INDÍCIOS Hybridations problématiques dans les littératures de l’Océan Indien, (ed) Mar Garcia & Felicity Hand (Ed. K’A, 2010), pp. 145- 164.

“The Port-Louis Waterfronts as Virtual Spaces of Travel and Cognitive Maps for Contemporary Mauritians”, in Journal of Mauritian Studies, Voyages, Space and Encounters – South West Region of the Indian Ocean (Special Issue No. 1, 2009, Mahatma Gandhi Institute), pp. 63-77.

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