2004 Supriya, K.E. Remembering Empire: Power, Memory, and Place in Postcolonial
New York: Peter Lang.
2002 Supriya, K.E. Shame and Recovery:
Mapping Identity in an Asian Women’s Shelter.
New York: Peter
Refereed Publications in Journals and Book Chapters
Supriya, K.E. “Bending It Like Beckham: Sex, Soccer, and Traveling
Indians.” In Aftermath: Exiles, Migration, Diaspora Reconsidered,
eds. Marcus Bullock and Peter Paik (New Jersey: Rutgers University Press).
2012 Supriya, K.E.
“Transnationalism and Identity.” Encyclopaedia of Identity. (Sage
2005 Supriya, K.E. “Mommy, I love
Hamburgers and Indian Food: Good Parenting and the Limits of Identity
Politics,” in From Generation to Generation: Transmission of
Cultural Identity over Time,” ed. Wendy Leeds-Hurwitz,
(New Jersey: Hampton), 269-296.
2005 Supriya, K.E. Review of
“De-Westernizing Media Studies” (James Curran & Myung-Jin Park, eds.,
Routledge, NY, 2000) & “Global Media Studies: Ethnographic
Perspectives” (Patrick Murphy and Marwan Kraidy eds.,
Routledge, NY), Cultural Dynamics, 17: 93-97.
K.E. “Argument as Empire Formation: The Letters of Elihu Yale” in the 4th International
Society for the Study of Argumentation Conference Proceedings, (Amsterdam,
The Netherlands) .
2001 Supriya, K.E. “Evocation of and Enactment in Apna Ghar (Our Home):
Performing Ethnographic Self-Reflexivity.” Text and Performance
Quarterly, 21: 225-246.
2001 Supriya, K.E. “The Language of Shame (Sharm) and Honor (Izzat):
National and Gender Identities in Apna Ghar (Our Home).” International
and Intercultural Communication Annual, 25: 106-131.