International Webinar on DIASPORIC WRITING – Writing from the Inside Out and Outside In

Organizer: In Association with IQAC DE PAUL INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, ANGAMALY, Kerala, India

Highlights of the Webinar

  • When: 29th MARCH 2021
  • Free Registration and Participation
  • Provide e certificate
  • Call for Papers
  • Selected papers can be published in a peer and blind reviewed Journal; EISSN 2394-4412
  • Platform : Cisco WEBEX

About the Webinar

The study of diaspora is generally characterized by both a centripetal and a centrifugal approach: the former, holding
up the home nation as the ultimate reference point and thus viewing diasporas as distinct and cohesive entities, is
concerned with demarcating the boundaries of the term by establishing categorical definitions and typologies; the latter, viewing diaspora as inhabiting an interstitial space in relation to the receiving nation and thus as a hybrid formation and social condition, is interested in diasporic subjectivity as a question of becoming. The malleability of the concept has given rise to many debates about its meaning, application, and methodology, especially since the late 1980s when diaspora began to attract systematic critical attention. This opening up of the concept of diaspora, along with the increased global flow of people and parallel developments in other fields, has meant that, since the latter part of the 20th century, diaspora is examined in the adjacent contexts of globalization, postcolonialism, multiculturalism, transnationalism, and hybridity. The webinar will explore the south Asian elements in the work of a selection of diasporic writings through close reading of their work.

Call for Papers

Original, unpublished research papers on the thrust areas are invited from faculty, students and research scholars.

Thrust Areas

  • Literature of the Indian Diaspora
  • Migration and Diaspora
  • Ecology, Environment and Diaspora
  • Diasporic Interventions and Multiculturalism
  • Urban Spaces and Diaspora
  • Refugeeism and Literature
  • Queer Literature and Diaspora
  • Transnationalism, Culture and Diaspora
  • Culture, Language, Gender, Hybridity and
  • Identity Formation
  • Diaspora and Postcolonialism

Guidelines

  • Abstract shall be submitted as an attachment in about 250 words with the name and the official address of the author with mobile number and email id.
  • Follow the MLA 8 style while preparing the paper.
  • The last date for the submission of abstract 27th March
  • The full paper should be submitted on or before 29th March
  • Send your papers to english@depaul.edu.in

Register Here

Guest Speaker: Ms. Fiona Bolger
(Poet and PhD Scholar, Dublin City University, Ireland

For Further Details
SanilKumar P.S (HOD) : 9645224100
Revathy T.S(Staff Coordinator): 9746474138
Dona Bobby(Staff Coordinator): 9496942113
Devi Chandra(Student Coordinator): 7356971802

Email ID : english@depaul.edu.in


De Paul Institute of Science & Technology,
De Paul Nagar,Angamaly South P.O,
Angamaly, Ernakulam,Kerala. Pin :683573
Ph: 0484-2911811,2911800 MOB :956211800

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