The Lady Brabourne College Journal of Humanities invites papers on Literatures in the following Indian Languages: Bengali, English, Hindi, Persian, Sanskrit and Urdu. These constitute the six Literature Departments of the College.The Journal is multilingual with an ISSN and published by the Internal Quality Assurance Cell, Lady Brabourne College, Kolkata.
The theme of the forthcoming issue is Many Literatures: Texts and Contexts.
Last date for submission of papers is 30/4/2019.
Papers may be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Script||Font and Size|
|Bengali||Abhro ; Kalpurush 12|
|English||Times New Roman 12|
|Sanskrit||For Bengali script : Baraha, Mangal, 12
For Devanagari script :KritidevMangal 12
|Persian||For English script : Times New Roman 12
For Persian script : Aasaar 14
The Advanced Research Centre for Indian Writing in English, Lady Brabourne College invites papers for a book, India and Global Culture published jointly with Sampark, a global academic publishing house.
Keeping in mind the phenomenal growth of Indian writing in English in the last few decades in India and across the world, and the critical discourse it has generated, we feel it is time for stock-taking. The book envisages new critical approaches to works in English by Indian writers in genres as diverse as the novel, short story, poetry, drama, film and non-fictional prose. Critical essays on English translations of Indian literatures and papers assessing the translations of Indian writing in English into Indian and other world languages are also solicited.By Indian writers we mean writers of Indian origin anywhere in the world.
We invite papers that look into new areas in terms of theme as well as new critical approaches.
The papers must follow the MLA 7 style, and should not be more than 3000 words in length, exclusive of works cited.
Complete papers, along with an abstract within 300 words, 5 key words and a bio-note within 150 words must be submitted by 15/07/2018 to the Board of Editors at the following mail id: email@example.com
Prof. Krishna Sen
Jt. Director (External)&
Prof. Sanjukta Das
Advanced Research Centre for Indian Writing in English
Lady Brabourne College,
Dr. Parna Ghose