CALL FOR PAPERS FOR TRIVIUM, A MULTIDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL OF HUMANITIES OF CHANDERNAGORE COLLEGE

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Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
September 13, 2020 to November 13, 2020
Location: 
India
Subject Fields: 
Early Modern History and Period Studies, French History / Studies, Intellectual History, Literature, Women's & Gender History / Studies

CALL FOR PAPERS

Papers are invited for the sixth and seventh issues of the peer-reviewed journal of bi-annual frequency: TRIVIUM: A Multidisciplinary Journal of Humanities of Chandernagore College (humanities and social sciences without mathematical application; commerce and management). For all your queries please refer to the journal website www.trivium-journal.in.

Chief Managing Editor: Debasish Sarkar

Editor-in-Chief: Niranjan Goswami

Editorial Board:

Sangeeta Tripathi Mitra

Bhaswati Ghosh

Basabi Pal

Swarup Bose

Rajat Jyoti Sarkar

Abin Chakraborty

Malay Das

Debabani Ghosh

Arnab Dasgupta

Sarbari Baksi

Debasraba Chattopadhyay

Saika Hossain

Tarun Kumar Sarkar

 

Advisory Board:

Nandini Bhattacharya, Department of English and Culture Studies, University of Burdwan

Sipra Mukherjee, Department of English, West Bengal State University

Ramen Sar, Department of Bengali, University of Burdwan

Tapan Mandal, Department. of Bengali, Diamond Harbour Women's University

Sunil Roy, Department of Philosophy, University of Burdwan

Gyan Prakash, Department of Humanities & Social Science,  IIT, Dhanbhad

Maniklal Adhikari, Department of Economics, University of Burdwan

Soumendra Kishore Dutta, Department of Economics, University of Burdwan

Nivedita Bhattacharya, Department of French, Shyamaprasad College

Goutam Kumar Nag, Department of French, University of Burdwan.

Mousumi chatterjee, Department of Sanskrit, Sanskrit College and University

Jana Bandyopadhyay, Department of Sanskrit, Hooghly Girls College

Shibatosh Banerjee, Department of Political Science, Haripal College 

Bijoy Chand, Department of Political Science, Burdwan Raj College

Jayanti Das,Department of Education, University of Calcutta

Debasree Banerjee, Department of Education, University of Calcutta

  

Sarada Ghosh, Department of History, University of Calcutta                                          

Aparna Bandyopadhyay, Department of History, Diamond Harbour Women's University

Biswajit Ghosh, Department of Sociology, University of Burdwan

Sajal Kumar Maiti, PG Department of Commerce, Hooghly Mohsin College

Debasish Sur, Department of Commerce, University  of Burdwan

    

 

The Editorial Board reserves the right of accepting or rejecting any contribution and of making suitable alterations and amendments, without assigning any reason.

Guidelines for Submission

Submissions should be original and not previously published elsewhere or submitted for consideration to any other journal. Authors should submit a declaration to this intent along with the manuscript. Manuscripts may be rejected without peer review by the Editor-in-Chief if they do not comply with the instructions for authors. The Title Sheet should be a separate file indicating the Title of the Article, Name, Designation and Affiliation of the Authors. In no case these particulars should be mentioned in the file containing the article itself to help the double-blind peer review process. All submissions should be double spaced in MS Word, Times New Roman, Font size 11. All articles should be in the range of 2500 to 5500 words. The upper limit of words is flexible.

An author must submit the following files:

 

  • File 1: A separate file for an abstract within 300 words and four/five keywords along with it.
  • File 2: A separate file containing author’s declaration that the article submitted is original writing by the author and it has not been submitted to any other journal or publisher for publication.
  • File 3: A separate file containing the Title Sheet; it should contain the Title of the paper, Name/s of Author/s, Designation and Affiliation, mobile number and e-mail ID.
  • File 4: A separate file containing the paper. This paper must contain also the title of the paper. It must not contain name or any information about the authors. There should be no borders or decorations.
  • File 5: Charts, tables, figures and illustrations should be placed on a separate file or page. Authors will be responsible for negotiating permission if and where necessary for reproducing illustrations, etc.
  • The contributor should provide only soft copy of the text in MS Word, Times New Roman Font size 11 in a separate file. The text and end-notes should be double spaced. The notes should be inserted using the References tab of MS Word, superscripted  and in Arabic numerals, Font size 10. Do not justify the text or the notes.
  • Quotations should be in single inverted commas. Quotations longer than 25 words should be indented 0.5 on both sides without quotation marks. Such block quotations should be in font size 10 and single spaced.
  • Bengali essays should be in Avro software, Kalpurush font. Along with the Word format, Bengali essays should also provide a pdf file. Abstract for such essays must be in English for indexing purposes.

STYLE

  • Citation details should be in the following manner when citing for the first time a book:

Author’s name, comma

Title (italicized)

Within parentheses:

           Place of publication, colon, publisher, comma, year of publication, page numbers,

Example:

Soren Kierkegaard, Fear and Trembling: Dialectical Lyric by Johannes de silentio (London: Penguin Books, 1985), pp. 65-67.

Subsequent citations may use the abbreviated form as shown below:

Kierkegaard, Fear and Trembling, p.64.

 

  • In the case of a reprint or subsequent edition, the date of the first edition should be given, followed by a semi-colon, reprint or edition details, place of publication, colon, publisher, comma, date (all these items within parenthesis), and then the page numbers. Example:

 

Colin Watson, Snobbery with Violence (1971; Repr. London: Eyre Methuen, 1987), p. 23.

 

  • For references to articles in Journals, collections and anthologies the following style may be used:

Huston Diehl, ‘Horrid Image, Sorry Sight, Fatal Vision: The Visual Rhetoric in Macbeth’, Shakespeare Studies 16 (1983): 191-203.

Please do not abbreviate journal titles.

  • Full details are to be provided for other sources such as facsimiles, newspaper articles, interviews, material on microfilm, websites (page title, full URL and date of access), etc.
  • For act, scene and line references to plays, the italicized title should be followed by a comma, act no. in capital roman numerals, stop, scene no. in lower-case roman numerals, stop, line no.(s) in Arabic numerals. Example: Macbeth, III.iii.3.
  • Titles of constituent sections, essays, poems, etc. should be placed within single quotation marks. As a rule, single quotation marks should be used in all cases. Double quotation marks should be used for quotations within quotations.
  • Block Quotations: Quotations not exceeding 25 words may run on with the text and be put within single quotation marks. Other quotations should be displayed in blocks with right and left indents. All quotations should follow the original exactly in respect of spelling, capitalization, italicization, punctuation, etc.
  • British spellings are preferred to American alternatives. Quotations should follow the spellings in the sources.
  • The copyright of all articles published in the journal will belong to Chandernagore College.

Please send your submissions in the prescribed format to trivium.cgc@gmail.com within the 30th of September, 2020. Abstracts and papers received later than this date will be taken on a rolling basis and may be considered for later issues.

 

Countersigned                                                                           IQAC Co-ordinator

Principal                                                                                   Chandernagore College             

Chandernagore College

 

 

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