Sarah Jilani, King's

Degree: PhD
Course: CC
Supervisor: Dr Priya Gopal
Dissertation Title: Realising the Nation, Re-making the Self: The Literature and Film of Decolonisation in Africa and South Asia

Selected Publications

(Forthcoming) Book review, "Contemporary South Asian Women’s Fiction: Gender, Narration and Globalisation" by Ruvani Ranasinha, in Women: A Cultural Review 49:1, 2018.

"Re-inhabiting Culture in R.K. Narayan’s 'The Guide'", The Critical Flame 52, 2018.

"Violence and Mimicry: Pontecorvo's 'The Battle of Algiers' at 50", The Oxonian Review 30.2, 2016.

"'Black' Spaces: Othello and the Cinematic Language of Othering", Literature/Film Quarterly 43.2, 2015.

"Race, (In)Visibility and Subjecthood in Ralph Ellison's 'Invisible Man' and Toni Morrison's 'The Bluest Eye'", Postgraduate English 29, 2014.

"Writing Exile: Displacement and Arrival in Eva Hoffman and Edward Said", Life Writing 12.2, 2014.