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Friday, April 3, 2015

Call for Reviewers

Call for Reviewers
RCELL Journals (Research Center for English Language and Literature), The Criterion: An International Journal in English and Galaxy: International Journal in English is seeking for Reviewers for both the Journals to ensure quality of our publication and to better serve the peers in academic circle.
Basic Requirements
The responsibility of reviewers is to evaluate the quality, relevance, and merit of submitted papers. Comments should be as complete and detailed as possible and contain clear opinions about strengths, weaknesses, relevance, and importance to the field. Reviewers should consider themselves as mentors to the author(s) and comments should be specific and constructive and suggestions should be intended to enhance the manuscript.
Editorial Requirements
Agree to return manuscripts in a timely manner;

Agree not to distribute the manuscript or to disclose information within the manuscript;

Agree to review the first revision of a manuscript for which he/she provided the initial review;

Agree to be released as a reviewer after two refusals to review, two failures to review, or three late reviews;

Agree to be rated as a reviewer this will reflect future selection to review.



Applicant must have Ph.D degree, significant publishing and reviewing experience. Due to high volume of applications, only accepted applicants will be contacted via email 

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Tuesday, March 3, 2015

The Criterion Vol. 6, Issue-1 (February 2015

Sr. No.Name of the AuthorTitle of the PaperFulltext

Indian English Literature

01Cruz L. BonillaIswaran’s Crystal Dream of Education and A Storyteller and Under the Banyan Tree: R. K. Narayan’s Two Short StoriesFulltext
02Dr. Madhuri SoodGandhian Values in Colonial and Post Colonial Indian English LiteratureFulltext
03
Avijit Pramanik
A Friendship Destined to be Doomed: A Critical Study of Girish Karnad’s Hayavadana
Fulltext
04Dipankar ParuiRohinton Mistry’s Family Matters: A Journey towards Thematic ExplorationFulltext
05Kanika AgarwalThe Dynamics of Psyche in Bharati Mukherjee’s WifeFulltext
06KavitaArun Joshi’s The Apprentice: A Conflict of ‘Life’ and ‘Living’Fulltext
07Dr. Madhu D. Singh & Dr. Sunita BholaAn Enduring Bond: The Mighty Himalayas in Ruskin Bond’s WritingsFulltext
08
Bhuvana Ramachandran & Dr. H. Madhava Bhat
Marginalized Women in Anita Desai’s Fasting, Feasting
Fulltext
09Dr. Ab. Majeed DarIsolation in Wilderness: A Protest against Social Norms in Anita Desai’s Fire on the MountainFulltext
10Dr. Manish SinghShades of Caste and Class and the Woman in SamskaraFulltext
11Dr. Ganpatrao Baburao PatilQuest for Identity in Amit Chaudhuri’sFreedom SongFulltext
12Dr. Gunjan Agarwal & Pooja KaushalSocial Consciousness in Anita Nair’sLadies CoupeFulltext
13Dr. Pratibha KalaniFamily Nexus as Means to Jagan’s Attainment of Samprajnata SamadhiFulltext
14Dr. Rajib BhaumikBharati Mukherjee’s The Tiger’s Daughter: The Woman Protagonist’s Strange Trepidation in the HomelandFulltext
15Raju TaTelescoping the Past and the Present in Dattani’s Final Solutions: A Critical Discourse on the ‘Diary’Fulltext
16RituTranscending Gender Confines in Shashi Deshpande’s A Matter of TimeFulltext
17Samra Saeed
Wings of Fire: Autobiography of APJ Abdul Kalam, The Juvenile Reconnoiter
Fulltext
18Simran Kaur BhatiaThe Vision of India: Socio-Cultural MatrixFulltext
19Sripurushotham Sekhara RaoThe Theme of Man- Woman Relationship in Anita Nair’s MistressFulltext
20Tannu SharmaAn Engagement with Modernity: The Crooked LineFulltext
21Dr. Vinita Singh ChawdhryDialectics of Longing and Belonging in Indian Diaspora: A RecontemplationFulltext

British Literature

22Bhashkra CharyaDoris Lessing’s The Golden Notebook:A Feminist Shell of the ‘Free Women’Fulltext
23Dipika RaniHenry James’ The Portrait of A Lady: An Odyssey from Illusion to RealityFulltext
24Hindol PalitThe Conflict between Intuitive Morality and Economic Rationalization in The Mayor of CasterbridgeFulltext
25Dr. Ihsan-ur-Rahim MalikThe Image of India in ShelleyFulltext
26Dr. SomveerIntersection of Enterprise Culture and Male Ethos in Caryl Churchill’s Top GirlsFulltext
27Sudesna Som‘Our old letters, of poetry and other things’: Letters and Journals as Strategic and Thematic Ploys in A.S.Byatt’s PossessionFulltext
28Sutirtha ChakrabortyReassessing Heathcliff: A Tortured Soul/ A Vindictive MonsterFulltext

Language & Linguistics

29Ajaz Ahmad DarTeaching English as a Second Language (SL)/Foreign Language (FL) to ChildrenFulltext
30Gunaprova  GogoiVocabulary: Active and Passive Vocabulary: Various Techniques of Teaching VocabularyFulltext
31
Prativa Rani Saha  & S. Kanchana
The Effect of Using Task-Based Learning Activities in Teaching Academic Writing to Engineering StudentsFulltext
32Priyanka Sen‘New Learning’ and Missionary Fashioning of Pedagogy at Serampore in the Early Nineteenth CenturyFulltext
33Dr. Rajani SharmaThe Emergence of Changed Patterns in English Language with Cyber Slangs or Lingua Franca: Approaching a PerspectiveFulltext

American Literature

34Amir Riahi Nouri & Zohreh RaminThe Free[d] Slaves of The MarchFulltext
35Karunesh & Dr. SomveerSuppression to Self Assertion: Journey of Black Woman in Gloria Naylor’s The Women of Brewster PlaceFulltext
36Dr. Milan Swaroop SharmaFreewill versus Determinism in The Old Man And The SeaFulltext
37Dr. N. Kalaamani & M. RavikumarAn Ecofeminist Study of Alice Walker’sThe Temple of My FamiliarFulltext

Criticism

38Ashwin BajajSuicide: Power and the BodyFulltext
39Sarfaraz NawazHome and Away: The Dialectics of Diasporic IdentityFulltext
40Thea ShavladzeThe Death-Humor ParadoxFulltext

Comparative Studies

41A. DavidWisdom as Elucidated in The Bible and Bhagavad  Gita: A Brief Comparative StudyFulltext
42Irem SeklemA Comparative Study between The Catcher In The Rye and “Bloodchild” in Terms of Their Aspects of InitiationFulltext

Film & Literature

43Janesh KapoorThe Ambivalence of Representation: Fiction and the Filmic CraftFulltext

African Literature

44Jyoti DahiyaMagic Realism in Ben Okri’s Selected NovelsFulltext

Russian Literature

45DeebaTime as a Presence: A Study of Anton Chekhov’s Three YearsFulltext

German Literature

46Aamer Shaheen, Sadia Qamar & Kinza SadiqueConstruction of the Romanian Society in Herta Muller’s The Passport: A Marxist AnalysisFulltext

French Literature

47Labanya S. UnniIndividual Consciousness Versus Social Identity in Sartre’s Being and NothingnessFulltext

Irish Literature

48Dr. Ruhul Amin MandalSeamus Heaney’s Door into the DarkOpens up Vertiginous PossibilitiesFulltext

I N T E R V I E W

01VIshwanath BiteVishwanath Bite in Conversation with Anita NairFulltext
02VIshwanath BiteVishwanath Bite in Conversation with Kaveri NambisanFulltext
03VIshwanath BiteVishwanath Bite in Conversation with Chitra Banerjee-DivakaruniFulltext
04VIshwanath BiteVishwanath Bite in Conversation with Mahesh DattaniFulltext
05VIshwanath BiteVishwanath Bite in Conversation with Utpal DattaFulltext
06VIshwanath BiteVishwanath Bite in Conversation with Abhishek MajumdarFulltext
07VIshwanath BiteVishwanath Bite in Conversation with Anupama ChandrasekharFulltext
08VIshwanath BiteVishwanath Bite in Conversation with Manohar ShettyFulltext
09VIshwanath BiteVishwanath Bite in Conversation with K. SatchidanandanFulltext
10VIshwanath BiteVishwanath Bite in conversation with Arundhathi SubramaniamFulltext
11VIshwanath BiteVishwanath Bite in Conversation with Neelam Chandra Fulltext
12VIshwanath BiteThe Poet as a Critic: Vishwanath Bite in Conversation with Nandini SahuFulltext
13VIshwanath BiteVishwanath Bite in Conversation with Vinita AgrawalFulltext

P O E T R Y

01Vinita AgrawalMissing PersonFulltext
02Nandini SahuFrom Dust to Dust: A VoyageFulltext
03Neelam ChandraJourney of the SoulFulltext
04Stephen GillOn The New YearFulltext
05Craig KurtzAnatomy of a CatastropheFulltext
06 Lana BellaUpturned HandFulltext
07Abhijit NarayanIndifferenceFulltext
08Abdullah ShaghiThe Future!Fulltext
09Perveiz AliVote for TruthFulltext
10Anik BanerjeeA Dark RevelationFulltext
11A. P. GovindankuttyBirds on the Guava TreeFulltext
12Jeyakirthana J.Disclosure Fulltext
13Kunal Narayan UniyalDwarfed By EgoFulltext
14Lovely Dutta PrustyWho am I?Fulltext
15Mrinal Kanti GhoshMy Meeting with the Duke of FerraraFulltext
16Mugdha PandeyTruthFulltext
17Naveen Kumar KottidiThe ReflectionFulltext
18Ashok NiyogiSatyameva Jayate – Truth Alone TriumphsFulltext
19Prem KumarOde to the Indian CrowFulltext
20Shalini YadavSurvivorFulltext
21Chandra Shekhar SharmaOn the 30th Anniversary of Bhopal Gas TragedyFulltext
22Simmi GurwaraIs there any Newness Around?Fulltext
23Sreyasi Sen GuptaMingleFulltext
24Sunaina JainThe Criss-cross LinesFulltext

F I C T I O N

01Frank ZahnLost in BabylandFulltext
02Jennifer PalmerPillsFulltext
03Katherine DuRoses in the DustFulltext
04Sayantan Pal ChowdhuryEntry and ExitFulltext
05Subbaram DandaDreams, Fears and SecretsFulltext
06Vidya PanickerAn Unnamed RevolutionFulltext

B O O K    R E V I E W

01Divya PandeyThe Mother I Never Knew By Sudha MurtyFulltext
02Gagan Bihari PurohitSita By Nandini SahuFulltext
03Iram Shafi AllaieThe Book of Gold Leaves By Mirza WaheedFulltext
04Khan Touseef OsmanThe Shadow Lines By Amitav GhoshFulltext

 

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