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Ugur Aslan
Negotiating Biological and Cultural Features of Music: Towards the Field of Biomusicology
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Z. A. Aimukhambet et al
The Poetic Interpretation of Binary Opposition in the Structure of Myth
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Maxim Latu & Alina Levit
Technical Terms of the Category Locus and Their Semantic Relations within a Terminology
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Alexandra Milostivaya & Irina Makhova
Achieving Communicative Equivalence: Space-time Text Organization Peculiarities in Stream of Consciousness Novels of James Joyce in German and Russian Translations
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Masoud Farahmandfar & Sarah Catherine Household-Ilkhani
In Search of Englishness: A Study of the Historical Novel during the Victorian Era
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Y. N. Vasilishina
Cognitive-pragmatic Interpretation of Blending Characters in V. V. Nabokov’s Prose
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Laboni Bhattacharya
Interrogating ‘Shakespop’: The Politics of Tasteful Pop Culture
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Dolly Sharma & Jaya Dwivedi
Insights of Feminist Epistemology in Some Selected Novels of Alice Walker
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C. L. Shilaja
Art of Storytelling and the Role of Memory in the Novels of Morrison’s Beloved and Louise Erdrich’s Tracks
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Oindri Roy
‘The Boy who Lived’ in the Cupboard: ‘Queer Readings’ and Rowling’s Harry Potter Series
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Manoj Kumar Behera
Octavia E. Butler’s Clay’s Ark
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Hana Khalief Ghani & Istbriq Talib Joody
The Problem of Being Black in Zora Neale Hurston’s Color Struck
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Komal Agarwal
Draupadi Jeopardizing Jurisprudence
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D. Jyothirmai & K. Sree Ramesh
African American Womanism Speaks To Dalit Feminism: Special Reference To Telugu Dalit Women’s Literature
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Indu Lakshman & Kalyani Suresh
Cinematic Sense of Place as a Window to Politics of Dominant Ideology, Materialism and Morality in Tamil Cinema: A Case Study of the Film Madras
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Asmita Das
Is Islamicate a genre? Looking at Popular Muslim Films through the Lens of Genre
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Sameer Chopra
Towards a “Negative Aesthetic”: Bombay Talkies and the Queer Futures of Popular Hindi Cinema
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Julia G. Khazankovich
“On the edge of Siberia…”: Russian Old Timers in Some Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries Writings
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Virender Pal
Unlearning at White Settlers’ School; Erasure of Identity and
Shepherding the Indian into Christian fold: A Study of Shirley Sterling’s My Name is Seepeetza
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Parul Rani & Nagendra Kumar
Man-Eaters of Kumaon: a Critique of Modernity
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Bhagyalaxmi Das & Itishri Sarangi
Voiceless Victims of War: An Absurd Truth…
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Pritha Banerjee
Redefining the River Discourse—The Angry River and India’s River Woes
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Shamaila Dodhy
Traumatic Memory and Legacy of Anxiety in Yvonne Vera’s Under the Tongue
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Sangeeta Das
Declining of Tuloni Biya: A Case Study
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Sudeshna Mukherjee & Rashmi C.K
NGO’s Role in Community Based Monitoring of Primary Health Care Services for Dalit Women in Urban Slums
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Swati Priya & Rajni Singh
Language Acquisition of Korean Children in an Indian Multilingual Society
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Siphokazi Kwatubana & Melody Nosisa Mtimkulu
Exploring Black Student Teacher Motivation for Community Service Involvement
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J.G. Kheswa & V.N. Hoho
Exploring the Factors and Effects of Alcohol Abuse on the Behaviour of University Female Students at one South African University Campus
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G. A. Gertsog et al
Professional identity for successful adaptation of students – a participative approach
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E. G. Kulikova & L. A. Brusenskaya
The Normativity of the Russian Language in the light of Ecological Linguistics and Social Processes in Contemporary Russian Society
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Sandeep Kaur
Using ICT for Learning the Punjabi Language: A Case Study
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Gusnawaty Gusnawaty et al
Ideational Meaning of Butonese Foklore: A Systemic Functional Linguistics Study
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Books Received and Reviewed
Rajni Singh
The Indian Graphic Novel: Nation, History and Critique
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Rajni Singh
In the Archive of Longing: Susan Sontag’s Critical Modernism
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Sukla Singha
Book Reviews: The Fragrant Joom revisited: A translation of Kokborok poetry in English by Ashes Gupta
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Nibedita Bandyopadhyay
Panchanan Dalai’s Modernity and Provincial Writing: The Case of Manoj Das
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Arpita Raj
Dalit in the 21st Century Classroom: A Review of Listen to the Flames: Texts and Readings from the Margins
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