Sanjeev Uprety taught at the Central Department of English, Tribhuvan University for the more than two decades. He holds a PhD from Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, with a focus on masculinity studies. He has done post-doctoral research on South Asian masculinities at Harvard and UC-Berkeley universities. He is also the author of the best-selling Nepali novel Ghanchakkar. Professor Uprety also coordinated the construction of Interactive Mapping and Archival Project (IMAP), a digital archive consisting of art and theater related materials of Nepal. His recent book Siddhanta Ka Kura has interpreted contemporary western theories in relation to Nepali literary texts and socio-political contexts of Nepal.