Conferences and workshops
New Experiments in Contemporary Literature, 2- 4 March 2017
CONFERENCE: “Borders”: Metaphorical and Physical, March, 3 to 5 2016
First Interdisciplinary Research Scholars Conference, January, 11 to 15 2016
Theme: Exploring Borders and Boderlands in Fact and Fiction, January,11-15 2016 View details
Call for Paper- Crime and Literature
March 12 to 14 2015. For details click here
Les Francophonies postcoloniales : textes, contextes
Novembre 7-9 2013, Poster
Conference Center - Committee Room 1
Programme details click here
Call for Paper-India in other literatures
March 6 to 8 2014. For details click here
Theme Postcolonial Francophonies: Texts, Contexts
“City City Bang Bang”: Contemporary literary and cultural representations of the city
Figuring the Past: The Literary and Historical Imagination
3-5 March 2011
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Conference: European Responses to the 1857 Rebellion (2007)
Annual International Conference
The Department conducts a theme course each year for MA students. As a part of this course, an international conference is held in March. The conference, which has become a regular feature since 1996, takes place over three days and draws a large international participation. The list of themes since the inception of the conference are available on the Department.
Research Colloquium & Students' Seminar
Students of the Research Programme (MPhil and PhD) are required to present the findings and status of their research in a Research Colloquium held in December each year.
Department conducts a theme course each year for MA and MPhil students. As a part of this course, a international conference is held in March. The conference, which has become a regular feature since 1996, takes place over three days and draws a large internamtional participation. The list of themes since the inception of the conference are available on the Department
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A special conference was organized in October 2007 to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the 1857 Rebellion in India. The conference was part of an ongoing research project focusing on responses to the Rebellion in the non-English-speaking European world.
The workshop was organized in two parts. The first part over two days was a learning programme for teachers of Spanish. The second part over another two days was on the communicative approach and task based learning and aimed at teachers of various foreign languages. It focused on issues such as cognitive theories of learning, factors that determine task difficulty, principles of communicative methodology and their implementation in the classroom. The workshop was held as part of the project on Foreign Language Education.
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