American Accents, or, What Was Multiethnic Literature?

Ragini Tharoor Srinivasan is Assistant Professor of English and Social, Cultural, and Critical Theory at University of Arizona. Srinivasan works at the intersections of South Asian Anglophone and Asian/American literatures and cultural production, and is currently working on a manuscript about the diasporic registration of the New India discourse. She is also an award-winning journalist and former magazine editor with bylines in over three dozen scholarly and public venues. Her most recent work can be found in ARIEL, Interventions (for which she edited a special issue, “From Postcolonial to World Anglophone”), Comparative Literature Studies, GLQ, Oxford Research Encyclopedia, The New Yorker, boundary2online, Popula, Zócalo Public Square, Politics/Letters, Public Books, and the edited volume, The Critic as Amateur.