Postcolonial Affect: In Response


  • Neetu Khanna USC Dornsife



Author Biography

Neetu Khanna, USC Dornsife

Neetu Khanna is associate professor of Comparative Literature at the University of Southern California (USC). Neetu Khanna’s areas of interest include theories and literatures of decolonization, global marxisms, postcolonial literature and theory, materialist aesthetics, and queer and feminist theory. Her recent book, The Visceral Logics of Decolonization (Duke University Press, 2020) rethinks the global project of decolonization by exploring a set of relations between embodied experience and political feeling that she conceptualizes as “visceral,” centering on an archive of Muslim internationalist art and literature emerging between the 1930s and 1950s in India.