CfP: Seminar on Imagining the World: Literature, Philosophy, Myth and Reality @ Guru Nanak College, Dhanbad [July 27-28]: Submit by July 10
In our age when literature is being written not in its traditional manner but on devices having its own brains, under the huge pressures of the unstoppable force of globalising and globalised realities which in turn are at best fragmented and fragmenting.
This seminar proposes to bring in scholars primary from the world of literature, theory, philosophy, history, as well as other disciplines feeding the thoughts. This seminar proposes to read, understand, analyse literature in its myriad forms in their various locations, origins and presences.
Topics for Papers:
Broadly speaking, articles which deal with the idea of imagining our world in its representation – textual, literary, mythic and historical are to be accepted. A request is made that it will be desirable if as a way of textual practice we invest ourselves in finding our resources from actual literary textual materials or literary artefacts.
Instructions for Paper Submission:
Abstract of papers in about 250 words along with the following information — a) author b) affiliation c) email address d) title of the abstract, e) the abstract, and f) key-words may be submitted electronically, by 10th July 2019 and full paper in about 3000 words by 20th July 2019 to the Organising Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Papers are invited to be presented in the seminar to be submitted electronically as an attachment in MS Word (for editing, designing, etc.) as well as PDF (Font: Times New Roman, Size: Title – 14, Body – 12, Single Spaced).
Abstract Paper Submission: July 10
Full Paper Submission: July 20
Rs 1500/- (With Accommodation)
Rs 1000/- (Without Accommodation)
- Research Scholars:
Rs 1200/- (With Accommodation)
Rs 800/- (Without Accommodation)
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About the Author
Poet at heart, literature student for real, and metaphors in between. Juggling between too many tasks amidst binging TV shows; alternatively FOMOW-ing.