Tulasi  Acharya Author of Evaluating Organization Development
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Tulasi Acharya

Assistant Professor

Tulasi Acharya was born in the South Asian country of Nepal. He holds a Ph.D. in Public Administration from Florida Atlantic University, USA. Acharya has Master's degrees in Women's Studies, Professional Writing, and Creative Writing. His research interests are disability, policy, gender and sexuality, marginalized narratives, critical theory, and post colonialism, including creative writing and translation.

Biography

Originally from Nepal, I have been living in the USA for eleven years. I completed my Master's degree in English from Tribhuvan University in Kathmandu. I also taught English and Journalism courses at colleges in Nepal where I authored textbooks on mass communication and journalism. I have published short stories, poems, and articles in Nepali journals, national newspapers, and online. I moved to the United States in 2008 to pursue a Master's degree in creative writing and subsequently earned a third master's degree in women's studies and a Ph.D. I love to write. I love teaching, writing, and researching. I taught at Florida Atlantic University in Florida, University of New Hampshire and Manchester Community College in New Hampshire, and National American University. My research interests are disability, policy, gender and sexuality, marginalized narratives, critical theory, and post colonialism, including creative writing and translation. You can also visit my website www.tulasiacharya.com to know me more.

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    My research interests are disability, policy, gender and sexuality, marginalized narratives, critical theory, and postcolonialism, including creative writing and translation.

Personal Interests

    I love writing poems and reading them, personal essays, and memoirs.

Websites

Books

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 Featured Title - Sex, Gender and Disability in Nepal - Acharya - 1st Edition book cover

Articles

Public Voices

“Unheard Melodies are Sweeter than Heard Melodies”: A Critical Theory Perspective to Situate NPM


Published: Sep 04, 2019 by Public Voices
Authors: Tulasi Acharya

This paper addressed the paradoxes New Public Management. This paper analyzes NPM through the prism of Critical Social Theory. This disrupts the hierarchy in the NPM system and pushes forward those unheard voices of the marginalized.

Journal of International Women's Studies

Nepal Himalaya: Women, Politics, and Administration


Published: Sep 04, 2019 by Journal of International Women's Studies
Authors: Tulasi Acharya
Subjects: Gender & Sexuality

The paper will discuss the social constructionist view of policy, gender, and culture and how the deconstruction of gender images help women better their administrative positions.

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