On 2nd and 3rd February 2023
Glocalisation as a process is an off-shoot of globalisation where there is an interface of global as well as local. Looking at it from another angle, this is a post-colonial discourse where there are opportunities for the local and indigenous, economic and cultural practices to grow although with reference to the colonial framework. The aims and objectives of the seminar are to turn the searchlight on indigenous practices using a global outlook and attitude. It will welcome researchers, academics and others who are interested, across disciplines to come up with knowledge, experience, thought and practices in the form of seminar presentations the broad areas of which are noted below. However, sub-themes not included here may also be taken up.
1. Indigenous and Global interaction
2. Global and Local politics
3. Global Threat and Cultural Representation
4. Pandemic as an Opportunity and Threat to Economy
5. War as a Threat to Socio-Political Expression
6. New Directions of Art and Literature
7. New Education Policy (NEP) and Regional Development
8. Indigenous Science and Technology and National Development
9. Women and their Representation in the Developmental Process
10. Historicization and Dehistoricization with Reference to Indigenous and Global
11. The Concerns of Disabled, Transgender, Children and Old People
12. Glocalisation and BTR Region
Chief Patron: Prof. Laishram Ladu Singh, Vice Chancellor, Bodoland University
Chairperson: Prof. Pradip Kumar Patra, Rector and Professor of English, Bodoland University
Patrons: Dr. Subung Basumatary, Registrar, Bodoland University
Dr. Manjil Basumatary, Academic Registrar, Bodoland University
Dr. Rustam Brahma, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Bodoland University
Dr. Chandrima Sen, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Bodoland University.
Dr. Debajyoti Biswas, Associate Professor and Head, Department of English, Bodoland University
Dr. Z. Khiangte, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Bodoland University
Dr. Manab Medhi, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Bodoland University
Dr. Pratusha Bhowmik, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Bodoland University.
Last date for submission of Abstracts: 20 January 2022
Date for intimation of acceptance of abstracts: A few days after the receipt of abstract.
Last date for submission of full paper: 21st November 2022
Email id for full paper submission:email@example.com
Guidelines for writing Abstract and full paper:
Ø Abstract should be of 250-300 words, indicating the scope of the study and analysis along with 4-5 keywords
Ø It should also contain the author(s) name, designation, institutional affiliation and contact details(email id and Mobile number)
Ø Title 14 point Times New Roman, Content 12 point Times New Roman, 1.5 line spacing
Ø Full paper should be within 4000-5000 words
Ø Selected good research papers will be published in the Departmental print journal Transcript: Journal of Literature and Cultural Studies (A Peer Reviewed Journal).
Ø Registration fee Rs. 500/- (Indian participants)
INR.Rs. 700/-(Foreign participants)
Ø Bank Details:
A/C Name : Bodoland University General Fund
SBI, North Kokrajhar Branch
Account No. : 31607155480
IFSC : SBIN0007379
MICR Code : 783002303
Swift Code : SBINIBB159
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