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Sunday, March 10, 2013

UGC Sponsored One Day International Seminar on Defamiliarizing Identities Iin Post-Colonial Literature

Organised by Department of English Madras Christian College (Autonomous), Tambaram, Chennai

12 July 2013
This conference is an attempt to distil dilemmas, to reclaim and re-create indigenous experiences. Restoration of human self and transformation would, therefore, deal with the question and perception of identity.  Presenters are welcome to concentrate on the following themes also.
Non-canonical literatures
Oriental Studies 
Resistance Studies
Commonwealth literature
LGBT Literature 
Oral Literature
Cultural Studies & Migration Studies
Dalit literature
Diasporic literature

Points to remember:
Presenters are requested to avoid plagiarism. Effective software will be used to find out plagiarism.
Manuscript of the full paper in MS-Word should not exceed 10 pages including cited works. The paper should have Times New Roman, font size 12’, A4 (8.27”x11.69”) paper size, with 1.5 line spacing, justified, and 1 inch margin on all sides. Abstracts will be selected by the selection committee that consists of eminent professors from various International Universities. 
Acclaimed Writers, Academicians and Professors have consented to take part in this one day event. A Book with ISBN Number on the outcome of the Seminar is planned.
DD must be drawn from any nationalized bank in favor of “The Bursar, Madras Christian College” Payable at Tambaram.

Address for Communication
Dr. S. Franklin Daniel
Department of English
Madras Christian College (Autonomous) Tambaram, Chennai, India- 600059

1 comment:

MCC said...

Dr. Ken Walibora Waliaula, Author of the famous novel Siku Njema, former Nation TV news anchor, Leading Kenyan literary scholar & Professor of African languages and literature, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA will deliver the Keynote address.