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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Indian English Fiction: Postmodern Considerations

Indian English Fiction: Postmodern Considerations
Dr. Vishwanath Bite
1.      Imagery of Goddess in Gita Mehta’s A River Sutra: A Feminist Approach
Dr. Vishwanath Bite
2.      An Exploration of Narrative Technique in Gita Mehta’s A River Sutra
Mrs. Madhuri Bite
3.      An Eco-critical reading of Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide
Sophia Jaychandran
4.      Women’s Empowerment and Personal Mobility in the Novels of Shashi Deshpande and Nayantara Sahgal
Grishma Manikrao Khobragade
5.      Individuality and Space in Salman Rushdie’s Fiction: A Postmodern Perspective
Mohamed Hamoud Kassim Al-Mahfedi
Abdulmonim Ali Ben Ali
6.      Interpreting Anita Desai’s In Custody in the Light of Susan Sontag’s critical essay Against Interpretation
Kirti B. Vitthani
7.      Postmodern Diasporic Sensibility: Rereading Jhumpa Lahiri’s Oeuvre
Pinaki Roy
8.      Salman Rushdie’s Grimus as an Alternative History
Abdulmonim Ali Ben Ali
9.      The Spiritual Sense of Alienation in Diasporic Life: Reading Anita Desai, Bharati Mukherjee, Sunetra Gupta and Jhumpa Lahiri
Dr. Amit Shankar Saha
10.  Trimetric of Land, Culture and Identity in Indian English Fiction
Dr. G.A. Ghanshyam
11.  Nayantara Sahgal’s Rich like Us: A Thematic Analysis
Dr.Kiranjeet Kaur Bedi
12.  Postmodern Feminism in The Fiction of Indian Women Writers
Dr Vimmie Manoj
13.  Sociological Status of Women in Geeta Mehta’s A River Sutra
Dr. D. G. Thakor
14.  The World of Marginalised in Mahasweta Devi’s Play Mother of 1084
G. Gulam Tariq
15.  Nergis Dalal’s Skin Deep: Sister- Knot In Conflict?
Mrs. G. Sundari and Dr. K. Sandhya
16.  Poile Sengupta’s Thus Spake Shoorpanakha, So Said Shakuni As A Postmodern Text
Dr.L.V.Padmarani Rao
17.  Soul-Body Concept in The Selected Novels Of R.K.Narayan
Jothilakshmi.R & Dr.G.Meenakshi Sundaram
18.  East- West Encounter in R.K.Narayan’s The Bachelor of Arts
Dr. Kapil Dev Sharma & Dr. Pradeep Kumar Talan
19.  Theme of Love in Manjul Bajaj’s Come, Before Evening Falls
Dr. K.K.Sunalini

20.  Shiv K Kumar’s A River With Three Banks: Revisiting Partition
Dr. P.R. Shewale
21.  From Routes to Roots: Diaspora in the Novels of Salman Rushdie.
Janmejay Kumar Tiwari
22.  Salman Rushdie As A Children’s Writer: Reading Haroun And The Sea Of Stories And Luka And The Fire Of Life
Ved Mitra Shukla
23.  Interrogating The Metanarratives On Indian Independence With Reference To Partition Narratives
Raj Sree
24.  Theorizing The Saga of Lost Dreams From The Perspective Of Post Modernism
Nancy S. Rethinam
25.  Culture of Consumerism as Reflected in Chetan Bhagat’s One Night @ Call Center
Yatri D. Dave
26.  The Avante-Garde Experience Of Silence In Ambai’s Yellow Fish
Dr. Paula Hayes

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Deadline Extended: Indian English Drama: Thematic Reflections

Deadline Extended Call For Papers:

Indian English Drama: Thematic Reflections

Dr. Vishwanath Bite

Dear All,

I am pleased to forward this call for book tentatively titled Indian English Drama: Thematic Reflections Scholarly articles/ papers are invited from Scholars, Critics and Academicians before 30th November 2011 The book will be published by well-known publisher with ISBN.

Editing requirements:

·     Paper size: A4, Font & size: Times New Roman 12, Spacing: Single line, Margin of 1 inch on all four sides.

·     Title of the paper: bold, Sentence case (Capitalize each word), centered.

·     Text of the paper: justified. Font & size: Times New Roman 12.

·     References: Please follow MLA style (Only Author-Date or Number System) strictly. Don’t use Foot Notes, Use End Notes

·     Titles of books: Italics.

·     Titles of articles from journals and books: “quoted”.

·     Articles should be submitted as MS Word 2003-2007attachments only.

·     The paper should not usually exceed 11 pages maximum, 6 pages minimum in single spacing.

·     Each paper must be accompanied by

i)                    A declaration that it is an original work and has not been published anywhere else or sent for publication
ii)                    Abstract of paper about 100-200 words and
iii)                 A short bio-note of the contributor(s) indicating name, institutional affiliation, brief career history, postal address, mobile number and e-mail, in a single attachment. Please don’t send more attachments.
iv)               Give these things in a separate attachment.
The papers submitted should evince serious academic work contributing new knowledge or innovative critical perspectives on the subject explored.

Mode of Submission:

Each contributor is advised to send full paper with brief bio-note, declaration and abstract as a single MS-Word email attachments to email address:   up to 30th November 2011 The contributors are also supposed to submit one hard copy of the same i.e. (i) Full paper (ii) A declaration (with signature) (iii) Abstract and (iv) Brief bio-note typed in above mentioned format on any of postal address given bellow. One hard copy is required for our record. Without hard copy no paper will be considered for publication.

Selection Procedure:

All submissions will be sent for blind peer reviewing. Final selection will be made only if the papers are recommended for publication by the reviewers. The details of the selection of your paper will be informed to you telephonically or on your email. The editor has the right to make necessary editing of selected papers for the sake of conceptual clarity and formatting. Non-selected papers will not be sent back to the contributor in any form. So, all contributors are advised to keep a copy of their submission with them.

Plagiarism Alert:

All submissions should be original. Contributors are advised to adhere to strict academic ethics with respect to acknowledgment of original ideas borrowed from others. The editor(s) / publisher will not be responsible for any lapse on part of the contributor.


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