Volume: 30 December 2023

  • Title : Unbearable Intimacies: Cartographies of Female Desire, Sexuality and Transgression in Literature and Cinema.
    Author(s) : Paromita Chakrabarti
    KeyWords : Gender, Sexuality, Domestic Spaces, Film

  • Title : Rabindranath Tagore's Philosophy Philosophy of Art: A Study of Select Essays
    Author(s) : Ramandeep Kaur
    KeyWords : Tagore, Philosophy, Art & Aesthetics, Tradition, Transcendence.

  • Title : Resisting Silences and Challenging Metanarratives: Exploring Folk Memory in Onaiza Drabu's The Legend of Himal and Nagrai: Greatest Kashmiri Folktales
    Author(s) : Somrita Misra
    KeyWords : Folk Narrataives, Oral History, Kashmiri Folk Literature

  • Title : Covid-19 Outbreak: The Pandemic Poems of Kola Eke
    Author(s) : Edafe Mukoro
    KeyWords : Covid-19, Pandemics, Pain Narratives, Lockdown

  • Title : Revisiting History and Challenging Eurocentric Discourse: A Critical Study of The Book of Saladin
    Author(s) : Basharat Shameem
    KeyWords : Historical revisionism, Muslim History

  • Title : Literary Representation in Contemporary North- Eastern English Literature: A Study of Mamang Dai's The Black Hill
    Author(s) : Munira Salim
    KeyWords : North-east, History, Literary representation, Colonization, Native cultures

  • Title : Alternate Behaviour and Sartorial Choices: Que(e)ring Gender Norms in Deepa Mehta's Fire
    Author(s) : Chitwan Kaur
    KeyWords : Gender, Patriarchy, Film Studies, Judith Butler

  • Title : Third Cinema and Diaspora: A Literary Reading/Viewing of Select Exilic Hindi and Punjabi Films
    Author(s) : Sumneet Kaur
    KeyWords : Third Cinema, South Asian Diaspora, Punjabi Cinema

  • Title : The Novelistic World of Kavita Kane: An Alternative Perspective to Mythological Narratives
    Author(s) : Ragini Raghav
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  • Title : The Monstrous and the Mundane: Power, Morality. and Monstrosity in JRR Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings
    Author(s) : Priyanka Das
    KeyWords : Popular Literature, Fantasy, Literary Representation, Stereotyping

  • Title : Disruption of Identity and Transformation: A Comparative Analysis of Post-war Personal Trauma in Mahasweta Devi's After Kurukshetra and Urvashi Butalia's The Other Side of Silence
    Author(s) : Nilanjana Das
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