Postcolonial Theory and Literature, Translation Studies, Speculative Fiction, Indian English Literature, Diaspora Studies
List of Publications in Refereed Journals
3.Sethi, Bijaya Kumar and Amarjeet Nayak. “Urban Dialectics of Caste in Modern India: Reflections from Select Dalit Autobiographical Narratives”. International Journal of Management and Social Sciences. 4.1 (2016). pp. 20-26.
4, Shrivastava, Jaya and Amarjeet Nayak.“Reading a Culturally Different Text: Meaning Signification Process in Chinua Achebe’s Short Stories”, Short Fiction in Theory and Practice, Vol. 4, Issue 1, 2014. pp. 67 – 78.
5. Chattopadhyay, Sagarika and Amarjeet Nayak. "Performing the Stare in Indra Sinha's Animal's People", Disability and the Global South, Vol. 1, Issue 1, 2014. pp. 29-43.
6. Yeldho, Joe Varghese and Amarjeet Nayak. “Inception: Voyeurism and Urban Representations”, Ravenshaw Journal of Literary and Cultural Studies, Vol. III, 2013. pp. 95-107.
7. Nayak, Amarjeet. “An Exploration of Moral Conflicts in Macbeth”, The Literati: Journal of Language and Literature, Vol. 4, 2012. pp. 148 – 153.
8. Nayak, Amarjeet. "Discovering the Self through the Other: A Study of Cultural Encounters in Manoj Das's "The Crocodile's Lady" and Anurag Mathur's The Inscrutable Americans", Parnassus: An Innovative Journal of Literary Criticism, Vols. II / III, 2011. pp. 24-29.
9.Nayak, Amarjeet. “Search for a Third Space: A Postcolonial Reading of the Bilingual Writer in Indian Literary Scenario, through Manoj Das as a Case Study”, SKASE (Slovak Association for the Study of English) Journal of Literary Studies, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2010. pp. 36-50.
10.Nayak, Amarjeet. “Walking the Patriarchal Tightrope: A Feminist Reading of Othello”, Journal of Drama Studies: An International Journal of Research on World Drama in English (including translation), Vol. 3/4 No. 2/1, 2010. pp. 39-45.
11.Nayak, Amarjeet. “The Bilingual Writer Stripped off His Bilingual Identity in Indian Literary Scene: Manoj Das and the Politics of packaging”, Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities, Vol. 2, No. 2, 2010. pp. 196-203.
12.Nayak, Amarjeet. “Wall-E and the Environmental Apocalypse: The Perils of Thoughtless Consumerism”, Jura Gentium: Journal of Philosophy of International Law and Global Politics, Summer 2010 (a multidisciplinary refereed journal from University of Florence, Italy)
13. Nayak, Amarjeet. “The Market-driven Binary in Indian Literary Scene: Indian Writing in English Vs. Regional Language Literatures”, Dialogue: A Journal Devoted to Literary Appreciation, Vol. 6, No. 1, 2010. pp. 25-33.
14.Nayak, Amarjeet. "Freedom Movement, Partition and the Common Man in Manto's Stories", Pegasus, Vol. 2, 2010. pp. 96-102.
15. Nayak, Amarjeet. “Witches are Bitches”, New Writing: The International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing (Taylor & Francis), Vol. 11, Issue 1, 2014. pp. 62-66 (Impact Factor: 3.1)
16.Nayak, Amarjeet. “The Face”, Istanbul Literary Review, May 2012 Edition.