Volume Two

Contents of Volume II Number i (January 2017)

1.    Science-Fictional Linguistics: How the Arrival of Language Means the Dawning of New Worlds
Summer Sutton, Department of English, Virginia Commonwealth University
suttonsc@mymail.vcu.edu

 

2.    Raja Rammohan Roy and the Dawn of Modernity and Nationalism in India
Sanchita Nag, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Kazi Nazrul Islam Mahavidyalaya
sanchitanagbu@gmail.com

 

3.    Popular Indian Cinema in Conversation with Reincarnation: Some Aspects
Rajarshee Gupta, Assistant Professor of English, Subhas Chandra Bose Centenary College
rajarsheegupta1990@gmail.com

 

4.    Decolonising the Eerie: Satyajit’s Bhooter Raja (the King of Ghosts) in Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne (1969)
Sourav Kumar Nag, Assistant Professor of English, Onda Thana Mahavidyalaya
souravnaag@gmail.com

 

5.    Man is a Wolf to Man: Human and Nonhuman Animality in Twilight’s Werewolves
Jane M. Kubiesa, University of Worcester
jane_kubiesa@hotmail.com

 

6.    Food, Photography and Cartography in the Travel Memoirs of Ondaatje and Shopsin
Harlan D. Whatley, University of Texas of the Permian Basin
harlanwhatley@gmail.com

 

7.    Braiding Memories and Cooking Resistance: Subversive matrilineal storytelling in Edwidge Danticat’s Krik?Krak!
Taniya Neogi, Calcutta University
taniya220191@gmail.com

 

8.    Manifold Forms of Oppressions: Reading select short stories from Poisoned Bread
Pamoli Nandy, Bankura University
pamolinandy@gmail.com
&
Basabi Pal, Assistant Professor of English, Rabindra Mahavidyalaya

 

 
BOOK REVIEW
Orientalism in English Literature: Perception of Islam and Muslims By Abdur Raheem Kidwai. New Delhi: Viva Books, 2016
Md. Monirul Islam, Assistant Professor of English, Asannagar Madan Mohan Tarkalankar College
mi.moni23@gmail.com