Peer Reviewed Book Chapter
Sarveswaran, Vidya. “The Ground of Our Being: Dear Governor Cuomo as a Planetary Narrative”.Ecocultural Ethics: Critical Essays. USA: Lexington Press, Maryland USA, 2017. pp- 111-121.
Peer Reviewed Journal Papers
Sarveswaran, Vidya. “An Elephant in the Desert”. Trumpeter – A Journal of Ecophilosophy. Athabasca University Press, Canada. April 2015.
Sarveswaran, Vidya. “Diseased Environments and Healing Gaia” in the Benjamin Franklin American Studies Research Institute, CLYMA Series, University of Alcalá, Spain April 2015.
Sarveswaran, Vidya. Commentary on “Homework” in the Restoration Earth: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Study of Nature and Civilization published online From The Ocean Seminary Institute New Jersey. Vol.1.1 November 2011.
Sarveswaran, Vidya and Swarnalatha Rangarajan. “Ground Truthing – A study of Ecological Scapes in Terry Tempest Williams’s Unspoken Hunger: Stories from the Field in Contemporary Discourse.1.1 (July) 2010: 7-12.
Sarveswaran, Vidya. “Interbeing- An Interview with Terry Tempest Williams” in the Journal of American Studies of Turkey. Fall 30 (2009):17-28. (PEER –REVIEWED INTERVIEW)
Sarveswaran, Vidya and Swarnalatha Rangarajan. “Gestalt ontology as a planetary culture in Terry Tempest Williams’s Finding Beauty in a Broken World”, Jadavpur University. Journal of English Studies. 23.1(April) 2009:35-46.
Sarveswaran, Vidya and Swarnalatha Rangarajan. “A perspective of Engagement: An Ecological Renaissance into ‘The Garden of Earthly Delights’ in Terry Tempest Williams’s Leap”, in the Journal of the School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies. Jawaharlal Nehru University. Spring (2009):33-40.
Sarveswaran, Vidya and Swarnalatha Rangarajan. “The Open Space of Democracy- Partnership ethics in Terry Tempest Williams’s Refuge: An Unnatural History of Family and Place” in the Scholastic International Research Journal of Language and Literature, 1(September) 2009:128-139.
Sarveswaran, Vidya. “The Forest as a Sacramentalized Ecosystem in Aranyak: Of the Forest” in the Indian Journal of Ecocriticism, 1(August) 2008:83-92.
Sarveswaran, Vidya. “The Ground of Our Being – A study of Eroded scapes in the novel Refuge by Terry Tempest Williams” in the ICFAI Journal of English Studies, 2.3 (August) 2006:74-80.
Sarveswaran, Vidya. Review of Mythologizing the Ecospace: An Analysis of the Tirumangai Alwar’s Singavezh Kundram in the Trumpeter- A Journal of Ecophilosophy, Athabasca University Press, Canada. June 2012.
Ecocriticism, Community and Development: Towards a Politicized Ecocriticism. Published by Lexington Press, Maryland, USA. Edited by Scott Slovic, Swarnalatha Rangarajan and Vidya Sarveswaran.2014.
Ecocriticism of the Global South. Published by Lexington Press, Maryland, USA. Edited by Scott Slovic, Swarnalatha Rangarajan and Vidya Sarveswaran, 2015.
Book in Progress:
Ecocriticism and Environmental Communication. Published by Routledge, USA 2018.
With Scott Slovic and Swarnalatha Rangarajan.
Critical Analysis of “Realities in the Fantasy of J.K.Rowling” with specific reference to the Prisoner of Azkaban, in the Harry Potter Monograph published by the Department of English, The Ethiraj College for Women.
Critical Appreciation of the collective fiction of Roald Dahl in the in-house journal published by the Department of English, The Ethiraj College for Women.