1. Writing Support for International Graduate Students: Enhancing Transition and Success. Routledge, 2018. (Amazon)
  2. Manuscript under preparation: Politics of International Students: Global/Local Dynamics. Anticipated completion: Dec. 2019. (monograph)
  3. Co-editing with Gaulee, U, & Bista, KRethinking Education Across Borders: Issues and Perspectives about Globally Mobile Students. (Expected publication: Fall 2019).
  4. Co-editing with K. Bista & R. Raby: Higher Education in Nepal: Practice, Policy and Perspectives. (Expected publication: Fall 2019).

PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES                         

  1. Co-authored with Surendra Subedi: “Semester System in Nepal: Taking a Collaborative, Constructivist Approach to Teacher Training.” Tribhuvan University Journal, 2018.
  2. Internationalizing Writing in the STEM Disciplines,” Across the Disciplines. Special issue “Bringing the Outside In: Internationalizing the WAC/WID Classroom.” Eds. Stefanie Frigo and Collie Fulford. 2018.
  3. World Rhetorics: A Course for the Next Generation of Writing Teachers.” Composition Studies, 1 (2016). (pp. 108-26).
  4. Cultural Schemas and Pedagogical Uses of Literacy Narratives: A Reflection on My Journey with Reading and Writing.” College Composition and Communication,1 (2015). (pp. 104-110).
  5. Bonds of Difference: Participation as Inclusion” & “Bonds of Difference: Illusion of Inclusion.Co-authored with Maha Bali. Hybrid Pedagogy: A Digital Journal of Learning, Teaching, and Technology, 2014. (2-part article).
  6. Digital Storytelling in the Composition Classroom: Addressing the Challenges.” Computers and Composition Online, Winter 2013.
  7. Writing a Translingual Script: Closed Captions in the Multilingual Hearing Classroom.” Collaborated with Amy Lueck. Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, 3, 2013. (Multimodal work).
  8. Monolingualism among Multilingual Scholars and its Implications for EAP/ESP.” Professional and Academic English, 40 (Summer – Autumn), 2012. 28-43.
  9. Criticalizing the pedagogy of English studies.”Bodhi: An Interdisciplinary Journal. 4.1, 2010. (pp. 111-135).
  10. Rethinking Language and Writing in Composition.” A response essay. JAC. 29, 1-2, 2009. (pp. 251-255).
  11. Teaching: What, How, and Why?” Chrysanthemum, (SELS, Tribhuvan U.),  (pp. 27-31). 2007.
  12. Teaching and the Demands of Change.” Journal of NELTA, 4.1, (pp. 76-78). 1999.


  1. Forthcoming: Addressing Monolingual Dispositions with Translingual Pedagogy. In Practical Pedagogies: Engaging Domestic and International Students in Translingual & Translocal Writing. Ed. Frost, Blum-Malley & Kiernan.
  2. Unraveling Colonial Hegemonies: Scholarship and Teaching with Rhetorical Traditions from South Asia.” Rhetorics Elsewhere and Otherwise: Contested Modernities and Decolonial Visions. Ed. García & Baca.
  3. Co-authored with Bista, K. & Gaulee, U. “International Student Mobility: Examining Trends and Tensions.” Ed. Bista, K. International Student Mobility and Opportunities for Growth in the Global Marketplace. IGI Global.
  4. Translanguaging in Hiding: Effects of English-Only Instruction on Education in Nepal.” In Transnational Writing Education: Theory and Practice. Ed. Xiaoye You.
  5. Using Mobile Videocapture to Facilitate Student Writing and Learning.” Co-authored with Soni Adhikari. In Mobile Technology and the Writing Classroom. Ed: Lutkewitte, NCTE, 2016. (pp. 164-178).
  6. Translating Success: Academic Transition of International Students in the US.” In Campus Support Services, Programs, and Policies for International Students. K. Bista. & G. Foster. IGI Global, 2015. (pp. 1-16).
  7. Third Eye: An Exhibit of Literacy Narratives from Nepal.” Eds. Cynthia Selfe et al. Utah: The University of Utah Press imprint, 2012. [link]
  8. Global Popular Culture and Literacy Practices of Nepalese Youth Online.” Co-authored with Bal K. Sharma. In Screening Literacy Across Cultures. Bronwyn Williams & Amy Zenger. London: Routledge, 2012. (pp. 151-166).
  9. Drafting: “Writing Struggles and Successes: Terms for Composing in South Asia and the United States.” Composition in South Asia: Theories and Practices of Writing (tentative book title). Eds. Shamsuzzaman & Alam.

BOOK REVIEW                                                    

  1. Review of Student Mobility and the Internationalization of Higher Education: National Policies and Strategies from Six World Regions. Publisher: Institute of International Education (IIE), Journal of International Students, 2, 2, 2012. (pp. 198-199).


Op-Ed Articles                               


  • Editorial”: International Journal of Multidisciplinary Perspectives in Higher Education, 1, 2016.
  • Editorial,” Journal of Global Literacies, Technologies, and Pedagogies. Special Issues on Massive Open Online Courses & International Education, guest edited with Michael Murphy, 2014-15.
  • Editorials, co-authored as associate editor (1 of 4): Journal of NELTA (Nepal English Language Teachers Association), Issues 14 through 17 (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012).
  • Editorials, ELT Choutari, blog-based monthly magazine on English Language Teaching, read by English teachers around the world; 2009-12. (10 editorials).

Blog Posts                                                                       

CREATIVE WRITING                                 

  • Dukhirahane Desh (a collection of poems in Nepali), Kathmandu: Sunlight Publication,
    (title: translates roughly to “country that keeps hurting”; subject: social/political satire).

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