DUJES Current Issue | Volume 26, March 2018 | CONTENTS

“Death” and “Violence” in Mitra Phukan’s Writings: Unraveling an Aesthetics of Pain in The Collector’s Wife and Hope
Namrata Pathak, North-Eastern Hill University

The Witch and the Uhamiri: Exploring Nuances of Female Bonding in A Mercy and Efuru
Ananya Saha, Jawaharlal Nehru University

Othering Whiteness – A Reading of Toni Morrison’s Playing in the Dark: Whiteness and the Literary Imagination
Priyanka Saha, Tezpur University

Crime Narrative as a Vehicle of Socio-political Critique: A Study of Vikas Swarup’s Six Suspects
Somali Saren, The English and Foreign Languages University

Fashioning the Self & Home Abroad: Things and material practices in The Namesake
Payal Jain, Cotton University

The ‘Self’ that is very ‘Public’: A Reading of Assamese Women’s Autobiographical Narration
Lakhipriya Gogoi, Dibrugarh University

Paradox of Goddess Kali as a blood devouring Mother: A study of the literary representation of Kali with reference to Bankim Chandra Chatterji’s Kapalakundala
Deeptangshu Das, Dibrugarh University

Appropriating Baul Tradition: Tagore and his Creative Experimentation
Ujjwal Jana, Pondicherry University

Remapping Places: Storytelling and Identity in Momaday’s House Made of Dawn and Mamang Dai’s Legends of Pensam
Khandakar Shahin Ahmed, Dibrugarh University

Life in Fiction, and Fiction in Life: A Reading of Syed Abdul Malik’s Rup Tirthar Jatri as a Fictional Biography
Anurag Bhattacharyya, Dibrugarh University

Important Announcements

1. DUJES, the online version, (www.dujes.co.in) now has an Online ISSN. Contributors are requested to note that this is different from the Print version of the journal (Online ISSN 2581-7833).

2. DUJES has begun the process of blind peer-review for the articles/papers submitted for Volume 27 of the journal.

3. The Department of English, Dibrugarh University, is privileged to announce Prof. Sukalpa Bhattacharjee, North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong, and Prof. N. Rama Devi Murru, English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad, as honoured members of the Advisory Board of the Dibrugarh University Journal of English Studies.

4. DUJES is seeking inclusion in the UGC-approved journal list through the relevant institutional mechanisms. Inclusion is incumbent on confirmation from the UGC, and updates regarding the proposed 'Consortium for Academic and Research Ethics' (CARE) are being followed closely; the website shall be updated accordingly. While inclusion in the UGC list remains a top priority for the members of the Editorial Board of the journal, contributors are also requested to bear in mind that timelines in this regard are indefinite as of now and may not be duly notified until specified.

5. The credentials of the Editorial Board and the Department profile can also be found at the Dibrugarh University website: here.


The Editorial Board, DUJES

Announcement (NOW CLOSED): Call For Papers (March, 2019 Issue, Volume 27)

CFP: Dibrugarh University Journal of English Studies (DUJES) Volume 27 (which will be published in March, 2019)

Subject Fields:

Humanities, Linguistics, Literature, Women's & Gender Studies, History Studies, Cultural Studies

Dibrugarh University Journal of English Studies (DUJES, ISSN 0975-5659) invites relevant contributions in areas such as literature(s) in English as well as English translations, literary criticism and theory, issues related to research and research methodology, linguistics, ELT, and related fields of study. The journal also invites reviews of texts, reference books and scholarly work related to the discipline. All contributions will be sent anonymously to the Board of Reviewers for evaluation and approval/rejection. The name of the contributor and the full official address along with a short biographical note (not exceeding 100 words) and e-mail id should be given in a separate page to facilitate confidential peer reading. The contributors are expected to conform strictly to the following guidelines:

- Manuscripts of the full-length articles should be between 4000-8000 words (inclusive of works cited and endnotes) and the Reviews must not exceed a word limit of 2000.
- The manuscripts should be prepared strictly according to the MLA Handbook (7th edition) style.
- Endnotes must be used rather than footnotes.
- Works cited should be included in the manuscript.
- Simultaneous submission of the same manuscript for publication in other journals is not allowed and the work should not have been published previously.
- Kindly refer to the other links for more details on Submission Guidelines, Ethics Policy and Declarations.

The next issue of DUJES (Vol. 27) is scheduled for publication in March, 2019. Contributions for possible inclusion must reach the Editors: Dr. Meena Sharma, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Dibrugarh University, and Dr. Basil N. Darlong Diengdoh, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Dibrugarh University, by 31st October, 2018, at dujes78@gmail.com.

Contact Info:

The research papers for publication and any other queries may be sent in the following email id: dujes78@gmail.com.

For further information and queries, write to:

The Editors, DUJES (Vol. 27)
Department of English,
Dibrugarh University,

Assam, India.

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