Dr. Dibyadyuti Roy came to Indian Institute of Management Indore by way of West Virginia University, where he earned a doctorate for his dissertation entitled "Radioactive Masculinity: How the Anxious Postcolonial Learnt to Love and Live in Fear of the Nuclear Bomb.” He completed his postgraduate degree (Master of Letters) in Modern Literature, Theory and Culture, with Distinction, from the University of Glasgow and his undergraduate degree in English with First Class Honors from Presidency College, Kolkata. He has current and forthcoming publications on varied fields ranging from Video Game Studies to British Theatre.
Dr. Roy has taught a wide variety of classes in business and professional communication, writing and composition, as well as introductory and advanced literature. Across institutions, both his scholarship and teaching have been honoured with numerous awards. In addition, he has collaborated with fellow scholars to secure grants and worked on several international research projects including the Textualities in Context initiative with Université Paris 8 and the British Council-UKERI funded tri-continental project on Computer Gaming across Cultures.
Anxious postcolonial masculinity in online video games: race, gender and colonialism in Indian digital spaces2021 | Routledge
Apocalyptic Allegories: Resisting Strategic Nuclear Imaginaries through Critical Literacy2020 | AISNA