Indian Journal of Comparative Literature and Translation Studies
Call for Papers Date:
Indian Journal of Comparative Literature and Translation Studies is a double blind peer reviewed quarterly journal which will publish original unpublished papers on Comparative Literature theory, history of the disciplines and trends, Translation Studies, Cultural Studies and any area of Indian Literature.
Besides research papers and papers on translation the journal would focus on publishing book reviews and interviews of people from various fields of literature and other cultural genres.
The first issue of the journal will be published in September 2013.
The journal ,thus, invites research papers and other proposed writings from researchers across the world. The IJCLTS encourages young researchers and post graduate students.
Paper should be written following the MLA style sheet (7th Edition). Each paper should include a 300-500 words abstract. You have no need to send abstract separately, it should be along with the paper. Each research article should be written between 3000-5000 words , book review between 1500-2000 words and interview between 3-7 pages (exceptions will be considered). There is no word limit for the translations. One can send maximum 5 poems and 2 short stories for one issue. One can send excerpts of novels and autobiography or biographies also.
You are requested to send your papers/reviews/interviews/translations on or before 31st July 2013. You can send your contribution by email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com
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