Chair of the DN3 Program and Professor of Communication at Columbus State University in Columbus, Georgia.
4 Feb, 2015
Prof. Juluri's earlier work has focused on media and media influences, especially in the Indian context. His two books, "Becoming a Global Audience: Longing and Belonging in Indian Music Television" (Peter Lang, 2003/Orient Longman, 2005), and "Bollywood Nation: India through its Cinema" (Penguin India, 2013), establish his reputation and standing as a media scholar. However, Prof. Juluri is also a raconteur of tales, and his novel, "The Mythologist: A Novel" (Penguin India, 2010) has been well-received in India and the US. His commentaries and op-ed articles have appeared regularly in the Huffington Post, Times of India, Open, and other newspapers and magazines, and his latest foray is into India and Hinduism studies, and his book "Rearming Hinduism" (Westland Press), already published as an e-book, will be out in print in early February 2015 (visit www.rearminghinduism.com for more information).
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