Volume 7 Issue 2

Dear Readers & Contributors,

Welcome to this unique issue where most of the contributors are not from India. We have in this issue, articles from USA, Iran, KSA and Nepal. We also have some very interesting articles from India.

Some articles worth mention are ‘Neuromancer and Elements of Hyper-reality’, ‘De-Limiting Storytelling: A Post-structural Approach to the Medieval Narrative of the Panchatantra’, ‘Dispel Inhibitions: Create Opportunities to Soar’ & ‘Pair and Group Work in the Language Classroom’.

A ‘Literature and Film’ special issue is planned to be released in August 2018.

Happy Reading and Sharing!

Dr. Mrudula Lakkaraju
Founding & Chief Editor


Our Contributors

Dr. Gazala Gayas is an Associate Professor in English at Amar Singh College, Srinagar Cluster University. She has authored two books, and has published almost fifteen papers in International Journals. She has published more than twenty poems, and six short stories in renowned International Journals in English.

Elnaz Morsali Ahagh is pursuing M.A. in English Language and Literature. Her main field of research is Hyperreality and cyberpunk.

Dr. Mohammad Ali Alaeddini is a PhD in English Literature and currently working in Payame Noor University (PNU) Iran

Dr. Shirin Pourebrahim is a PhD in Linguistics. She graduated from Tarbiat Modarres University. She is an associate professor of linguistics at Payame Noor University, Iran.

Ishita Verma is a Doctoral Fellow at the Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad, India. Her area(s) of interest include Bhasha Literature, Literary Theory, Indian English Literature, Folktales, and Narratology.

Dr. Nirban Manna is an Assistant Professor at the Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad, India. His areas of specialization are Theatre, Masculinity Studies, Bhasha Literature, Indian English Literature, and Postcolonial Literature.

Madhav Astik (M.A. M.Phil. B.Ed. Pursuing Ph.D.) Having three years of experience in the field of teaching, at present, he is working as an Assistant Professor of English Literature and Language at Institute of Language Studies and Applied Social Sciences (ILSASS). He has completed his Post Graduation with special subjects like Cultural Studies, Linguistics, Stylistics, ELT, ESP and Cinema Studies along with English Literature. His fervent interest in research led him to National and International Publications.

Shaju Nalkara Ouseph is currently working as a coordinator, Faculty of Language Studies, AOU-KSA. He is an Assistant Professor of English literature. An Ardent lover of English Fiction, he devoted his studies and research in this field and secured Bachelor, Maters & M.Phil Degrees in English language and literature. His doctoral dissertation was in the field of African-American literature.

Sukhmani Kaur had done her Masters in Commerce and is also pursuing her father’s dream of being a Chartered Accountant. An avid reader, she is currently pursuing job of an Assistant Professor. She has already published her short story on Amazon Kindle. She aims to pursue writing professionally one day.

Dr. Uday K Mishra works at University Dept of English TM Bhagalpur University Bhagalpur

Dr. K N Yadav works at University Dept of English TM Bhagalpur University Bhagalpur TM Bhagalpur

Veena Vijaya is an Assistant Professor of English literature Faculty of Language Studies, AOU-KSA. She is particularly interested in African-American fiction. Her doctoral dissertation was specifically focused on the works of Toni Morrison’s Fiction. She taught literature in Indian universities and examined doctoral dissertations. She has received Indian President’s award for National Guide.

Vijay Kumar Datta who is the associate professor in Sanskrit University in Janakpurdham, Nepal, has done the PhD on the title of “Wordsworth’s Poetry As a Cultural Artifact: A New Historicist Study of Trauma, Guilt and Commodification. ”Having with vibrant as well as multi-dynamic personality, he has been serving the humanitarian literature by writing the unsaid pangs

Ameena Kidwai is an Assistant Professor at Taiba University, KSA. As an ESL teacher and trainer, she has been associated with ELT programs of RELO, US Embassy and Cambridge Assessments in India.

Jimalee Sowell is a Ph.D. student in Composition and Applied Linguistics at Indiana University of Pennsylvania USA. She has taught English in South Korea, Cambodia, Uganda, Ecuador, and Bangladesh. She also worked as a teacher trainer for the Malaysian Ministry of Education. She has worked as a teacher and teacher trainer in a number of contexts. Her research interests include teaching writing and teacher training.

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