The Journal of the School of Language, Literature & Culture Studies
Jawaharlal Nehru University
Editor: Saugata Bhaduri
Publisher: Pencraft International, New Delhi
Editorial Board: Prof. Dhananjay Singh, Prof. B. R. Deepak, Prof. Sadhana Naithani, Prof. Rizwanur Rahman, Prof. Sushant Kr. Mishra
JSL is proud to provide a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary forum for discussion of all issues related to language, literature, and other aspects of culture. . Submissions are accepted throughout the year. All submissions undergo blind peer-review.The peer-review process takes time but we will try to get back to you within three months.
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All interviews must be published with the permission of the interviewees. Again, a consent letter has to be submitted with the manuscript.
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JSL 22, carries articles by Shubhra Ray, Sania Iqbal Hashmi, Deeba Zafir, Maragaret L Pachuau, Krupa Shah, R Mathura Maathangi, Rekha, Kavita, Soham Pain, Bibhu Padhi, Ankan Kazi, and Syed Ainul Hasan. The issue also carries translations by Kanchan Verma, and Joshua Gnanaselvan, and reviews by Ashish Agnihotri, Anchala Paliwal, and Richa Chilana.
JSL 21, (2017) carries articles by Sindhu Sekar, Sambit Panigrahi, Rebeca Sanmartin Bastida, Guru Charan Behera, K. Srilata, Navneet Sethi, Gautam Kundu, Bibhu Padhi, Layo Ogunlola, Kuhu Sharma Chanana, and R.P. Singh. The issue also carries a translation by Kanchan Verma, and reviews by Greeshma Mohan, Wafa Hamid, and Samana Madhuri.
JSL20, Spring/Autumn 2016, carries articles by Ruchi Mundeja, Sreenath V.S., Satish C. Aikant, Rita Banerjee, Arti Minocha, Amitendu Bhattacharya, Ashish Agnihotri, Sheeja Rajagopal, Parvinder, Garima Dalal, Rajashree Bargohain, Srijanee Roy, and Nandita Mohapatra. The issue also carries a translation of Kartar Singh Duggal’s Sweet Water (Meetha Pani) by Kanchan Verma.
JSL19, Spring/Autumn 2014/15, carries articles by Ranu Uniyal, Jasbir Jain, Esther Daimari, Bibhu Padhi, Kanchan Verma, Anas Tabraiz, Ashish Agnihotri, Devendra Choubey, Swaralipi Nandi, Arnapurna Rath, and Himanshu S. Mohapatra. This issue also carries interviews by Papiya Lahiri (In Conversation with Sharon Pollock) and Jaydeep Sarangi and Angaga Dutta (In Conversation with Arjun Dangle), and book reviews by Murari Prasad, Ivy Imogene Hansdak, Shatarupa Sinha, and Bharti Arora.
JSL18, Autumn 2012/13, carries articles by Sachidananda Mohanty, Saurav Dasthakur, Neelima Kanwar, Vaishna Narang, Deepshikha Mishra and Garima Dalal, Jaydeep Sarangi, Kanchan Verma, Priyadarsi Mukherji, Pramav Joshipura, Anita Vaidyanathan, Someshwar Sati, Nikhila H., Manju Dhariwal, H.S.M.M. Jayawardena. The issue also carries a translation by Arun Pramanik, and book reviews by Ruchi Mundeja, Swati Pal, and Alladi Uma.
JSL17, Spring 2012, carries articles by Kuhu Chanana, Raman P. Sinha, Saitya Brata Das, Atanu Bhattacharya and Mitul Trivedi, Rahul Krishna Gairola, Gautam Kundu, Meeta Narain, Debaditya Bhattacharya, Swati Ganguly, Avishek Parui, M. Sridhar, Om P. Dwivedi, Nandita Mohapatra, Sachidananda Mohanty (In Conversation with Charles Taylor), and a book review by V.B. Tharakeshwar.
JSL16, Autumn 2011, carries articles by Jasbir Jain, N. Kamala, B. Hariharan and Ashish Martin Tom, K. Srilata, Neenu Kumar, Bibhu Pillai, Shweta Rao and Rajyashree Khushu-Lahiri, Maninder Kapoor and Seema Singh, Trisha Sharma, Seemin Hasan, Rajesh Kumar and Sacaria Joseph. The issue also carries a translation by C.L.L. Jayaprada, and reviews by Kostas Boyiopoulos and Abhin Chakraborty.
JSL15, Spring 2011, is a special issue on Dalit Literature and feature articles by Alladi Uma, Meena Pillai, Rohini Mokashi-Punekar, R. Azhagarasan, B. Mangalam, Arunima Ray, S. Chitra, M. Sridhar, Amrit Sen, Devendra Choubey (translated by Khushi Pattanayak), Raj Kumar, R.P.Singh and Rajesh Kumar Sharma. This issue also carries two translations by Ayesha Irfan and Shubhra Ray, and reviews by Smita Jha and GJV Prasad.
JSL14 , Autumn 2010, has articles on Indian English Poetry by the following: Prasanta Das, Anuradha Ghosh, Subhedu Mund, Rohini Mokashi-Punekar and Hoshang Merchant, It also carries articles by Janashruti Chandra, Urjani Chakravarty and Rajyashree Khushu-Lahiri, Vijaya Guttal, T. Sarada, Varalakshmi Chaudhry, Rabinder Powar, Franson Davis Manjali, Amitendu Bhattacharya, Vaishna Narang, Deepshikha Misra and Ritu Yadav, L. Kavitha Nair, Madhu Singh.
JSL13, Spring 2010, carries articles by Pavithra Narayanan, Nishat Haider, Hiba Aleem, S. Chitra, Lakshmi Menon, Niladri R. CHatterjee, K. Srilata, Omendra Kumar Singh, Kamalakar Bhatt, S. Devaki Reddy, Swapnil Rai, Chadralatha, Ena Panda, Fatima Rizvi .
JSL12, Autumn 2009, carries articles by Shweta Kushal and Evangeline Manickam, Seema Murugan, Merin Simi Raj, Sachidananda Mohanty, Uday Kumar, Pramod Pandey, Halimah Mohamed Ali, Jyotirmaya Tripathy, Nina Caldeira Amrit Sen, B.S. Jamuna, R. Swarnalatha, T. Sarada, Suneetha Rani, Anita Vaidyanathan, Pankaj K. Singh.
JSL11, Spring 2009, carries articles by Amulya Kishore Purohit, Ayo Kehinde, Rajalakshmi N.K., Vidya Sarveswaran and R. Swarnalatha, Vasugi Kailasam, Lipi Biswas Sen, Amitendu Bhattacharya, Madhu Singh, Dhrubajyoti Banerjee, Murimi Gaita, Nandini C Sen, Abhishek Sarkar, and a translation by Bhoomika Meiling. It also carries reviews by Swati Pal, Angelie Multani, and Sachidananda Mohanty.
JSL10, Autumn 2008, is a special issue on Translation Studies. It carries articles and translations by Kiran Chaudhry, Sachidananda Mohanty, Akshaya Saxena, Niladri R. Chatterjee, Chitra Harshvardhan, Keya Majumdar, Seemin Hasan, Somdatta Mandal, Nukhbah Langah, B. Subramanian, Alladi Uma and M. Sridhar, Namrata Chaturvedi, Brati Biswas, and H.S. Komalesha. Reviews are by Rina Ramdev, C.T. Indra, B. Mangalam, Meenakshi Malhotra, Dhananjay Singh, N. Kamala, and Satish Aikant..
JSL9, Spring 2008, carries articles by Nancy E. Batty, Christopher Rollason, Rohini Mokashi-Punekar and Abhigyan Prasad, Parinitha, K.A. Geetha, Rajendra Dengle, Manik Bhattacharya, Sabaree Mitra, Yelena Mazour-Matusevich, Meenakshi F. Paul.
JSL8 , Autumn 2007, special issue on Pedgogy. It has contributions from Anjali Gera Roy, Vaishna Narang, Kirti Kapur, Seema Murugan, Madhu Sahni, B. Mangalam, Chitra Harshawardhan, Rasheed Abiodun Musa, Radhika Coomaraswamy and Nimanthi Perera-Rajasingham, Fatima Rizvi, Chaity Das.
JSL7, Spring 2007, carries articles by Madhu Singh, Abihijit Sen, Sujatha Vijayaraghavan, Charanjeet Kaur, Joydeep Bhattacharya, K Venugopal Reddy, Shantanu Ghosh, Mayuri Deka, Seema Murugan, Guru Charan Behera, Jyoutirmaya Tripathy, Kirti Kapur, Akhil Katyal, a translation by CLL Jayapradha, and a book review by Angelie Multani.
JSL6, Autumn 2006, focuses on Theatre/Performance. It has contributions from Dieter Riemenschneider, Angelie Multani, Anjali Gera, Nilanjana Mukherjee, HS Komalesha, B Mangalam, Pankaj K Singh, Tutun Mukherjee, Sharmishta Lahiri, Sabaree Mitra, Namrata Chaturvedi, Lakshmi Subramanyam.
JSL5, Spring 2006, also focuses on the marginal. It has essays by Arpa Ghosh, Sreemati Mukherjee, Shanthini Pillai, Sharon Pillai, Madhu Sahni, Navneet Sethi, K Srilata, Pradeep Trikha, Ananya Vajpayee, and Aysha Viswamohan; an interview with Bibhu Padhi by Jaydeep Sarangi, translations by Nukbah Langah (poems in Siraiki by Safeer Lashari), Alladi Uma and M Sridhar (of a short story by Dutta Durga Prasad), and a book review by B Mangalam.
JSL4, Autumn 2005, focuses on the marginal. It has contributions from Devendra Chaubey, Vibha S Chauhan, Anil Dhingra, Debjani Ganguly, Neelum Saran Gour, Jasbir Jain, B Mangalam, Ramon Basai Martin, Indrani Mukherjee, Meenakshi Mukherjee, Angelie Multani (in conversation with Mahesh Dattani), Shubendu Mund, Shonu Nangia, Vaishna Narang, Santosh K Sareen, M Sridhar, Nandini C Sen, Alladi Uma, and Daphna Erdinast-Vulcan.
The contributors to JSL 3 were Rebeca Sanmartin Bastida, Nandini Chandra, Arjun Ghosh, S A Hasan, Swati Pal, Makarand Paranjape, A Raghu, Sayeedur Rahman, Rekha Kamath Rajan, Shubhra Ray (interview with Manjula Padmanabhan), Santosh K Sareen, Ajay Sarvaya, Jayita Sengupta, and R P Singh.
JSL 2, a special focus issue on Translation Studies, featured contributions from Manik Bhattacharya, Carlos Gohn, N Kamala, Anita Khanna, Rita Kothari, Keya Majumdar, Sachidananda Mohanty, Priyadarshi Mukherjee, Meeta Narain, Anisur Rahman, Shantha Ramakrishna, Sherry Simon, M Sridhar, Harish Trivedi, and Alladi Uma.
The Spring 2004 issue, JSL1 featured contributions from Ashish Agnihotri, Ramon Bassa, Rebeca Sanmartin Bastida, Kavita Bhatia, Radha Chakravarty, K N Daruwalla, Githa Hariharan, Ritoo Jerath, Priyadarsi Mukherji, Angelie Multani, Harish Narang, Vaishna Narang, Jaume Corbera Pou, Shantha Ramakrishna, R P Singh, and Robert J C Young.
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