Tulasi Acharya, PhD
Professor of Professional Writing and Public Administration
South Georgia State College
Douglas, GA 31533, USA
- PhD, Public Administration, FAU, FL. 2019
- MFA, Creative Non-fiction, UNH, NH. 2019
- MA, Women and Gender Studies, FAU, FL. August 2012
- MAPW, Professional Writing, KSU, GA. July 2010
- MA, English, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, July 2004
- BA, English and statistics, Gauradaha Multiple Campus, Nepal August 2001
Tulasi Acharya was born in the South Asian country of Nepal. He also taught English and Journalism courses at colleges in Nepal, where he authored textbooks on mass communication and journalism. Acharya published numerous short stories, poems, and articles in Nepali journals, national newspapers and online. He moved to the United States in 2008 to pursue a Master’s degree in creative writing. He holds a Ph.D. in Public Administration from Florida Atlantic University, USA. Acharya has a Master’s degree in Women’s Studies and a degree in Professional Writing and Creative Writing.
His research interests are marginalized communities, people with disabilities, women and gender, and policies. He is interested in narrative analysis as a method and critical theory and post-colonialism as a framework. His interest is also to analyze literary and autobiographical works and their significance in formation of social policies.
Specialization / Interest
- Disability, policy, gender, marginalized narratives, critical theory, and postcolonialism, including creative writing and translation.