Sanglap: Journal of Literary and Cultural Inquiry

Sanglap is an open access peer reveiwed journal that publishes themed issues biannually in literary and cultural studies research.

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Sanglap

Sanglap: Journal of Literary and Cultural Inquiry (ISSN 2349-8064) is a peer-reviewed, open-access, biannual journal in literary studies (broadly in humanities and social sciences) published in January and in July.

Sanglap is indexed in the UGC Approved List of Journals, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), MLA International Bibliography and MLA Directory of Periodicals. It has also been selected for archiving and indexing in ProQuest databases and preservation at the United States Library of Congress. The journal is further indexed in the ROAD Directory of Open Access Journals and catalogued in numerous university libraries and scholarly organization databases.

The Journal does not charge any submission, processing, publishing, subscription, or such fees. Neither does it pay any remuneration to the contributors. It is a non-profit and voluntary initiative aimed solely for presentation and circulation of academic research.

The articles go through peer-reviewing process from experts in the field. We aim to notify the decisions within two-three months. Should a writer intend to withdraw his/her article within the stipulated time, he/she must take permission from the editors signing a letter of declaration. We are strictly against plagiarism and, upon acceptance of articles, the authors have to sign a statement against plagiarism and such acts, and abide by the copyright policy of the Journal.

Please follow our announcement page for the updated theme-based issues and send through your original, unpublished articles as MS Word document, written strictly within 7000 words (including notes), and prepared with the journal style guidelines to the email address: editors@sanglap-journal.in

For submission and formatting, please consult the guidelines.

Announcements

 

CFP: Sanglap 5.1 (March 2019)

 

Environment: From A Humanities Perspective

 
Posted: 2018-08-29 More...
 
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Vol 5, No 1 (2018): Translation Impossible: The Ethics, Politics and Pragmatics of Radical Translation in South Asian Literatures


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Sanglap Volume 5 Issue 1

Translation Impossible: The Ethics, Politics and Pragmatics of Radical Translation in South Asian Literatures

Guest-Editors: Carola Erika Lorea and Matthew Pritchard 

Cover Collage: Arka Chattopadhyay