Kaustuv earned his Ph.D from Michigan State University and has worked as a faculty in Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, USA. He recently has worked on Relation between thought and reality, redemptive thinking and social action.
Ph.D, Michigan State University, Michigan, USA.
Areas of Interest
- Philosophy: Phenomenology and Hermeneutics, Religious philosophy, Eastern Thought.
- Sociology: Marxist scholarship, Gandhian thought.
- Education: Curriculum Theory and Practice, Radical Pedagogy.
- Sociology of Education
- Curriculum Studies
- Teacher and Curriculum
Publications and Writings
- The Power of Philosophy: Thought and Redemption (New York: Palgrave Macmillan,
- Rethinking Curriculum in Times of Shifting Educational Context (New York: Palgrave
- Limits of the Secular: Social Experience and Cultural Memory (New York: Palgrave
- Neighborhoods of the Plantation: War, Politics, and Education (Netherlands: Sense
- Teachers in Nomadic Spaces: Deleuze and Curriculum (New York: Peter Lang, 2003).
- Education and the Ontological Question: Addressing a Missing Dimension (forthcoming in
Macmillan, Philosophy of Education)