As some of you might have noticed, I have recently started posting long and short videos related to postcolonial studies and literary theory on Youtube. My purpose in this venture is to make available whatever meager expertise I have as a scholar and a teacher to a broader audience of students/ teachers/ scholars from all over the world.
Of course, my initial purpose was to use these video lectures for my own students, so that they have additional resources in preparing for their classes, but now, seeing the broader interest from so many of you, I am delighted to know that these videos and video lectures can be useful to a much larger audience.
I would welcome any suggestions or questions from all of you in the comments section below. Please feel free to suggest any new topics that you would like me to cover. Also, it would be great if you could pass the word about this to others so that more people can make use of these videos.
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Some of the videos are also cross-posted in our Webinar Archive and in our Glossary, so please feel free to use them!
Please note that all videos are posted under a Creative Commons License, which means you can use them freely in your teaching, research, and scholarship with a simple attribution to their source!
As always, thank you all so much for your support!
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