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Dr. Pallavi Narayan

Educationist, Author and Poet

 Dr Pallavi Narayan is the author of Pamuk’s Istanbul: The Self and the City (Routledge 2022), which was published to critical acclaim and reviewed in The Journal of Mediterranean Studies, and a book discussion was organized at Koç University, Istanbul. Her edited anthology Singapore at Home: Life across Lines (Kitaab 2021) was launched at the Singapore Writers Festival 2021 and was featured in the top-ten list in The Straits Times for home-grown fiction. She has received laurels as the first Frankfurt Fellow from Singapore to the Frankfurt Book Fair (2018); sole fellow from Asia at the CHCI-Mellon Global Humanities Institute on Challenges of Translation at Universidad de Chile (2019) and fellow at the GHI on Migration, Logistics and Unequal Citizens at National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University (2020-21); South Asia Speaks Literary Fellow (2021); Visiting Scholar at Koç University Center for Asian Studies, Istanbul (2021-22); and Jalan Besar Writing Fellow at Sing Lit Station, Singapore (2023). Dr Narayan's short stories, poetry, articles, visual art, and book and performance reviews and author interviews have been published or are forthcoming in The Best Asian Short Stories 2023Asingbol: An Archaeology of the Singaporean Poetic FormSingPoWriMo 201540 Under 40: An Anthology of Post-Globalization Poetry and Dilli: An Anthology of Women Poets of Delhi, Muse IndiaThe Initial JournalKitaabWe Are A WebsiteNew QuestAustralian GeographerMuseologia e InterdisciplinaridadeIDEAS: Journal of English Literary StudiesPassage Magazine: Friends of Museums SingaporeImpermanent EarthThe Curious ReaderThe New Indian ExpressArt RepublikKitaabCommonwealth Business NewsGoats Milk MagazineThe Lumiere ReviewBeyond Words Literary MagazineNightingale and Sparrow and others.