Conference in Patiala, India 16-17 November, 2018
IAARHIES & Government Mohindra College, Patiala’s Joint International Conference on War Literature: Revisioning Across Genres – ICWLRG – 2018
Patiala, Punjab, India
(CALL FOR PAPERS AND POSTERS)
Important dates to remember:
|Conference dates:||16-17 November, 2018|
|Call for papers dead line:||02 November, 2018|
|Special Registration in Advance:||25 August, 2018|
|Last date to submit full paper:||10 November, 2018|
Government Mohindra College, Patiala, Punjab, India
General Conference Information:
IAARHIES & Government Mohindra College, Patiala, Punjab are pleased to announce a Joint International Conference on War Literature: Revisioning across Genres – ICWLRG – 2018 to be organized at Government Mohindra College, Patiala, Punjab, India on 16-17 November, 2018. The papers and posters presentation would be the research outputs of the conference, which will be shared with the government, industry, and academia. Invited authors will present their respective papers or posters during the interactive sessions of scheduled conference. In addition, the authors will have their work published in the IAARHIES associated subject based International Journals (ISSN) and Conference Proceedings, which will be available online and give authors widespread visibility to their work.
Theme of the Conference:
The two-day international conference would focus on the relooking and revisioning of the war literature, which has existed since the first literary texts were written. Scholars have been quick to acknowledge that war is a dominant force in the works of the three earliest cultures: the Greeks, the Romans, and the Hebrews. Since Homer’s Iliad and The Odyssey, war culture has been reflected in the literature. War is as universal as themes of love or death or time or human frailty. A large body of literary criticism exists on the American Civil War, the Spanish American War, World War I, World War II and the Holocaust, the Cold War, French and Indian revolutions and the nuclear age, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and the ongoing conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. The 11 September 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and 26/11 Mumbai terrorist attacks as well as other acts of terrorism around the globe have resulted in a new body of literature that considers the War on Terror.
With the incessant cultural wars and war for hegemony going on, the need to interrogate the history of war, especially in the twentieth century has arisen. War as such has comparatively not been an area of much focus and with the gradual inflow of books on war, in the form of fiction and non-fiction, it is imperative to relook at history from the searching eyes of literary lenses.
In the postmodern times when the revisiting and re-reading of the historical documents and pieces of literature is very much in vogue, it makes sense to go into the annals of war literature.
Considering the ability of literature and particularly war literature to interrogate and explore the legacies of political conflict around the world, the need of the hour is to pay back the unsung, unwept and unheard heroes their due by bringing their courage, valor, gallantry, etc. to light through debates and discussions.
Though being at the footnotes in the overall Post World War scenario since ages, it’s imperative that Indian soldiers and their historic contributions should be foregrounded in the new emerging narrative of political and literary discourses to deliver them poetic justice.
We call for papers revisioning the existing war literature with the following sub-themes in mind. Of course, one can go beyond the suggested ones also:
- War: Concepts and definitions
- Politics of Representation and War Literature from Iliad to Syria
- War, Violence and International Organizations
- War and the Gender Issues
- ‘Alienation’ in War Literature
- New Historicizing War Literature
- Psychoanalysis of Sounds of Silence in War Literature
- World War and Diaspora Literature
- Indian Diaspora and War Literature
- Dilemma of National Ethos and cultural identity during war times
- Freedom Struggles: The First War of Independence in Indian Writings and Films
- Memoirs of war Veterans – alphabets of pain and silent suffering,
- War Literature and Tragedy of Fate
- Science of War and Peace
- The Transformative Power of War
- Physical and Psychological Impact of War, Violence and Conflicts on Children and Young Adults
- The Literary Representation of the Mahabharata War in Indian Literature
- War across all genres—Drama, Poetry and Fiction (Indian, sub-continental as well as Western, any)
- Partition Violence and Indian Literature
- Gandhi, Violence and Non-Violence in Indian Writings: Poetry, Prose, Fiction and Drama (Any)
- Spies and Holy Wars: The Middle-East in 20th Century Crime Fiction.
- Terrorism in Literature
- War, Conflicts and Skirmishes in Pulp Fiction, Comic Strips and Chick Fiction
- Impact of Wars on Individuals, Communities, Cultures and human values.
- Post-Conflict Scenario in Literature
- Post-colonial Dialectics of War
Benefits of Attendance:
- All the accepted manuscripts (through the IAARHIES review process) will be published in one of the followings conference associated subject based international journal (ISSN) (Journals approved as per International standards & UGC Norms) within a week of the conference:
- Journal of Innovative Research in Social Sciences & Humanities ISSN No. : 2456-7728
- Journal of Innovative Research in Clinical & Medical Sciences ISSN No. : 2456-7736
- Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering & Technology ISSN No. : 2456-7841
- Journal of Innovative Research in Business & Economics ISSN No. : 2456-7868
- Journal of Advanced Research in IT & Computer Science ISSN No. : 2456-8074
- Journal of Innovative Research in Education & Management ISSN No. : 2456-785X.
- Certification of participation
- Raise your profile through networking and engagement with researchers at all career stages
- Showcase your research and develop research ideas through discussions and feedback from experienced colleagues
- Connect with researchers and explore opportunities within and beyond your areas of specific research interest through discussion sessions and a variety of other events
- Three best presentation awards
- Young Researcher award
About abstract Submission Process and Proceedings for ICWLRG – 2018:
The call for papers/poster is open and the interested delegates may submit their abstracts online at www.iaarhies.org (You can also click here to submit your abstract/proposal online). Before a paper or poster is invited for presentation at the ICWLRG-2018, an author must first submit a comprehensive abstract for consideration through the IAARHIES online abstract submission system on www.iaarhies.org. The abstract/proposal should not exceed the word limit of 250 words and the title of the paper must be given in the heading followed by the author and co-author(s) full name, email and phone numbers along with the details on the associated institutions – i.e. name and address. Times new Roman with the scale of 11 points is the preferred font and size to write the abstract/full paper. Registered participants with an accepted abstract and/or refereed full paper will be published in the Conference Proceedings (ISBN) and in the IAARHIES Journals (ISSN). Oral, poster and virtual presenters shall be included in the Proceedings.
The submitted abstract would be evaluated by volunteer subject matter experts from industry, government, and academia. Abstracts are double-blind reviewed i.e. the evaluators are not provided the author names and vice versa.
All presenters are required to pay their own registration, accommodation, and travel expenses. The organizers will not subsidize registration fees, travel or hotel.
Mode of Participation: The participation in the event is available under the following categories:
- Oral Presentation,
- Poster Presentation,
- Virtual Presentation
For any clarifications required further in regard to the submission and registration process, please feel free to e-mail us at: email@example.com.
Venue of the Event & Tentative Schedule:
The Conference will be held in the Government Mohindra College, Patiala, Punjab, India on 16-17 November, 2018. The conference sessions will be organised from 10.00 am (local time) to 5.00 pm on the proposed days. The detailed schedule of the presentations would be mailed to the registered delegates 10 days prior to the Conference dates.
Confirmation and acknowledgements: Acknowledgments will be sent after each registration, booking, modification and/or cancellation. Review acknowledgments carefully for accuracy. Tax invoice would be provided after payment has been made.
Registration charges: The following registration fees are applicable to all the delegates participating in the event:
|Applicable for||Registration in Advance up to 25 August, 2018 (INR)||Registration after 25 August, 2018 (INR)|
|Host College Faculty Members||1700||2000|
|Branding/Advertising Full Page||47000||50000|
|Branding/Advertising Half Page||22000||25000|
|Branding/Advertising Quarter Page||7000||10000|
|*Registration confirmation and receipt will be emailed after processing. Group booking discounts: please E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org for registration.|
|*For branding/advertising (sponsors) you can contact at email@example.com|
|*Student’s registration will only be confirmed after the submission of respective ID card copy proof issued by the institution/college.|
Register and pay online:
The registration charges can be paid online at www.iaarhies.org (alternatively, click here to pay online) or via bank’s transfer/swift facility (please click here for bank details). The online payments are the preferred method of registration to minimize the delays in receipt of confirmation of registration.
Perks of Registration:
- Conference Materials (Name badges, folders, note-book etc.). (Please note, only the pre-registered delegates are guaranteed materials.)
- Admission to all conference sessions during the complete duration of the conference,
- All the required presentation facilities at the conference venue i.e. laptop, audio-video aids, projector screens, pen drive etc.
- 25 Minutes time slot for the presentation of the paper,
- Refreshment breaks (morning and afternoon tea/coffee), Welcome reception (Lunch),
- Certification of the participation/presentation,
- Inclusion of the accepted abstract in the conference proceedings (ISBN) and hard copy of the book.
- Publication of the manuscript in the IAARHIES subject based international journals and the certification of the publication (only to those delegates who submits the full paper by the deadline),
- Certification for the award of excellent presentation/content and momentous to the selected delegates.
Cancellations and refunds:
Payment made for registration is non-refundable; however cancellation made within 24 Hours (This is tentative time whereas time frame can be decided and uploaded) of time would be eligible for transfer of registration.
IAARHIES requests to write all the Cancellations properly to conference management via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or registered mail.
Important information for delegates registering online:
Online registration stands valid and successful only on full payment in one go.
About the Host College:
Govt. Mohindra College, Patiala, is a gift of H. H. Maharaja Mohinder Singh (1852-76) of Patiala to his state subjects. One of the oldest institutions in the entire North India, Govt. Mohindra College, Patiala, is a living monument of rare magnificence and breath-taking grandeur. At the time of its inception in 1875, it was the only institution of its kind in a vast area stretching from Lahore to Delhi.
The College was established to provide free education to the state subjects as this region was educationally impoverished. His Excellency, The Earl of Northbrook, the then Viceroy of India laid the foundation stone of the College building on 30th March 1875. The building was completed in about nine years and His Excellency, Viceroy Lord Ripon performed the Opening Ceremony on 17th March, 1884. At that time the College was affiliated to the Calcutta University. The college imparted free education to the state subjects until 1937. The tradition of imparting free education for girl students up to the graduation level is still continuing.
Since its inception, the College has covered a long journey of about 140 years in a regal style bolstered by the untiring efforts of the teaching faculty and scintillating achievements of its alumni in all fields of human activity, be it Sports, Culture, Academics, Civil and Defence Services, Industry, Commerce, Business, Politics and so on and so forth. This 140 year young institution stands head and shoulders high amidst the seminaries of learning in North India and has become a symbol of hope and aspirations not only of scholars and educators devoted to the pursuit of education but of those youngsters with dreams in their eyes who cannot afford expensive education in many private institutions which have proliferated in recent times.
In recognition of its contribution to higher learning the Govt. of India issued a commemorative Postage Stamp on Mohindra College on March 14, 1988. Later on the State Govt. adjudged the college as one of the four ‘Model’ colleges of the State. The College was awarded the A+ Grade by the ‘NAAC’ in April 2003 in the Cycle-I of NAAC and in the Cycle-II, the college is awarded with “A” Grade with a CGPA “3.86” by the ‘NAAC’ in February 2016, the highest score given to any college in the country. In 2006 the University Grants Commission accorded CPE status to the College under its scheme of ‘Colleges with Potential for Excellence’, a status which the College enjoyed until 2014. In 2009, the Department of Biotechnology of the Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India, selected the college for financial assistance under its ‘Star College in Life Sciences Scheme’. The College has been selected for being a Community College under the Community College Scheme of the UGC.
The College continues to make rapid strides in academics, sports and cultural fields. And this obviously is in consonance with the College mission and goals.
For its various achievements in the academic, cultural and sports fields, the College has maintained its premier position in the entire North India.