Call for Book Chapters "Corona Epidemic: Social, Economic and Ecological Issues"
Corona Epidemic: Social, Economic and Ecological Issues
Call for Book Chapters
The novel coronavirus epidemic has challenged the path of human growth. It has reassured mankind why development and not growth should be of primary concern for humanity. Ever since the onset of the industrial revolution, ecology and social wellbeing have been compromised for the economy. However, with the epidemic challenging the economic structure, it begets humankind to find sustainable solutions that balance all these three facets of industrial growth, ecological sustainability and social wellbeing.
We are interested in papers which explore a diverse array of social developments, economies and ecologies in the wake of the novel coronavirus. We understand that the crises of our contemporary world reach far into the intricacies and intimacy of daily life. How can the writings on our specific themes influence not only subject matter but also the practice of writing? We would especially encourage papers which consider a display of radical, indefinable openness regarding textuality as an interrelated system of parts that constantly shift and evolve, and which critically analyze the prevailing situation with an aim to suggest some remedial steps. We have planned a volume which contains papers with innovative ideas and originality of thought. Please feel free to contact us if you have questions about the topic or would like to run an idea by us before submitting a manuscript.
Timeline: An international publisher of very good repute has expressed interest in this edited volume. Deadline for proposal is 20 May 2020.
Please send chapters with the length of 4000 to 5000 words. An abstract of 300 words, along with four to five keywords, are also required. Formatting should be as per MLA Handbook 8th edition guidelines. On the top of your chapter, please include your name, affiliation, address, email address, and phone number.
Plagiarism (similarity index) should be less than 20%.
Suggested topics (but not limited to)
- Humanities in the critical times
- Literature on pandemics
- Critical theory for critical times
- Heal the earth
- As you do, so shall you reap
- Humanity the need of the hour
- Bridging the socio-economic gap
- Skill development
- Discovering talent
- Yoga and meditation
- Nutrition and health
- Reviving relations
- Value of lives learnt
- Survival of the fittest
- Mother Earth on a break
- Rebuilding economy
- A time for planetary Solidarity
- Impact of Pandemic
- Medical facilities in India
- Security Risk
- Calling biodiversity revival
- Battle between life and livelihood
- Time to embrace old generation
- Know yourself ; accept true self
- Stress and anxiety amid pandemic and solution
Dr Jatinder Garg
BHSBIET, Lehragaga (Punjab), India
Dr Shruti Shukla
PSEB, Mohali, Punjab, India
Dr Vipan Pal Singh
Central University of Punjab, Bathinda, India
Dr Sonu Bala Garg
IKGPTU, Jalandhar, India
Email id for submissions/queries: firstname.lastname@example.org