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PhD (English)The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad
Political Theory, Phenomenology, South Asia Studies
- (Kollipara, Bharani. “Tradition and Discipline: How should one read ancient Indian texts”. Modern Asian Studies Volume 50, Special Issue 4, July (2016) pp. 1327–1402, Cambridge University Press 2016, ISSN 0026-749X, doi:10.1017/S0026749X1600008.
- Kollipara, Bharani. “Modernity, Commonsense and Epistemological Crisis: A Reading of Sripada Subrahmanya Sastri’s Memoirs”. Journal of Contemporary Thought Number 41, Special Number on Critical Humanities, October (2015) pp. 79-116, Forum on Contemporary Theory, Baroda and International Lincoln Centre, Louisiana State University, Shreveport, ISSN 0971-4731.
- Kollipara Bharani. A Review of Richard Sorabji’s Gandhi and the Stoics: Modern Experiments on Ancient Values, in Philosophy: East and West, Volume 65, Number 1, (January, 2015) pp. 354-359, University of Haiwai’i Press, ISSN: 1527-943X. Project Muse doi:10.1353/pew.2015.0001
- Kollipara, Bharani. “Praxis as Poieisis: “Creating Oneself as a Work of Art”. Samyukta: A Journal of Women’s Studies. Volume XIV, Number 1, (January 2014) pp. 17-29 Published by Women’s Initiatives, with support from the University Grants Commission.
- Kollipara, Bharani. “The Ethics of Pain”. Anekaant: A Journal of Polysemic Thought. Number 2, (March 2014) pp. 47-54 ISSN: 2320-6195. Published by Balvant Parekh Centre for General Semantics & Other Human Sciences, Baroda.
- Approaches to Indian Society
- Modern European Philosophy
- Modernity and Political Theory
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