CALL FOR CHAPTERS - IDENTITY: A QUESTION

deadline for submissions: 
January 6, 2022
full name / name of organization: 
Raisun Mathew
contact email: 

CALL FOR CHAPTERS

Proposed ISBN Book Title: Identity: A Question

 

Dear Academicians, faculty, and researchers,

We are glad to announce the call for chapters for the proposed edited book titled Identity: A Question. We welcome you to submit the ABSTRACT of your chapter as a preliminary step to become a contributor. Kindly follow the sub-themes and guidelines (refer to the attached file). The chapters submitted after the selection of abstracts will also go through a rigorous review process. A suitable publisher of good reputation will be selected after discussing the scope and potential of the chapters received.

 

Concept Note:

With changing politico-social, cultural, and economic scenarios around the world, the notion of identity has become a significant question. Whether collective or individual, the struggle to trace and exist in one's own identity has to overcome several challenges raised by diverse influences from within and beyond. Such irregularities and crises lead to positive or negative categorisation. Identity: A Question opens space to explore and interpret the significance of the expression of identity amidst the growing tensions of attack from several corners on gender, caste, class, religion, political orientation, ideology, etc. The 'call for chapters' is not limited to any specific discipline. We welcome scholarly chapters that can contribute to developing the theme of the edited volume.

 

Sub-themes (not limited to):

1. Literature, Language, and Identity

2. Film, Theatre, and Performance Studies

3. Ideologies, Beliefs, and Religion

4. Culture, Society, and Politics

5. Psychology, Trauma, and Existential Concerns

6. War, Revolution, and Conflicts

7. Modernism and Postmodernism

8. Disability, Marginalisation, and Pandemic

9. Diaspora, Migration, and Refugees

10. Alienation, Isolation, and Hegemony

11. Globalisation, Border Disputes and Media Studies

12. Gender, Sexuality, and Queer Studies

13. Digital Humanities, Cybersecurity, and Posthumanism

14. Capitalism, Consumerism, and Authoritarianism

15. Vulnerability, Subalternity, and Coping Strategies

16. Postcolonialism, Multiculturalism, and Hybridity

17. Self, Identity, and the Other

18. Intersectionality, Identity formation, and Identity Crisis

 

 GUIDELINES

1. The original, scholarly, and unpublished chapters are invited which should be free from any form of plagiarism.
2. Topics are NOT confined to the sub-themes alone. But, the theme selected should match with the proposed title of the book.
3. Contributors are advised to send an abstract (150-200 words) and a short bio-note (50-75 words) via mail.
4. Kindly mention the paper title, name of the author/s, designation, affiliation, country, email ID and contact number.
5. If the abstracts are accepted in the pre-selection process, the contributors will be asked to submit their full chapter before 10 Feb 2022.

Kindly register at the link provided below, send your abstracts via mail. We will contact you soon after the preliminary review.

Registration Link: https://tinyurl.com/93ckv39x

Send your abstract to: cfp.editoroffice@gmail.com

 

Deadline of Abstract Submission: January 06, 2022 (Extended)

 Notification of acceptance: Second week of January 2022

 Full chapter submission: February 10, 2022

 

Editor: Raisun Mathew, Doctoral Research Scholar, Department of English, Lovely Professional University, Punjab, India.
For more enquiries, contact: info.editoroffice@gmail.com

 

 

Regards,

 

Editorial Team

Identity: A Question