CALLL FOR PAPER: APRIL 2013, LAST DATE 20 MARCH ISSN 2320-4397
Papers are invited for the Volume 1, Issue 2 of the Global Journal of English Language and Literature (ISSN 2320-4397) to be published in April 2013.
The journal features densely theoretical and analytical writings that focus on various aspects of English Studies which address/approach the research problems with methods of and insights borrowed from multiple established disciplines. Accepted papers will be published after peer-review process. There are no publication fees or handling charges. The last date for submission is March 20th, 2013.
Global Journal of English Language and Literature, (GJELL) is an international peer-reviewed open-access quarterly journal for all those involved in the field of English language and literature in particular and interdisciplinary-crosscurrents in general. It features theoretical and interpretative peer-reviewed research articles from established and new authors.
English studies have proliferated like rhizome and now it involves a wide array of theoretical framework from various disciplines like psychology, sociology, folklore and anthropology, cultural studies, communication, education, teaching and learning pedagogy, linguistics, politics etcetera, thereby making its growth in multiple axis. This creates the post-postmodern condition, which can be understood with the need of the hour, the interdisciplinary approach, a way to understand and interpret the complex system that shapes and informs the pedagogy of English language and literature.
The journal features densely theoretical and analytical writing that focuses aspects of English language in any or all possible contexts, employing interdisciplinary approach to address/approach the research problems with methods of and insights borrowed from multiple established disciplines. We invite original unpublished work in the following areas: Teaching pedagogy, Aaspects of English Language Teaching, English Literature, Indian Writing in English, Postcolonial Literature, Critical Theories, Cultural Studies, Subaltern Studies, Folklore & Translation Studies.