CFP: Translated Worlds: History, Diaspora, South Asia–Special Issue

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    Special Issue for Postcolonial Text

    CFP: Translated Worlds: History, Diaspora, South Asia

    (In Honour and Memory of Professor Chelva Kanaganayakam)

    In honour of a dear mentor, teacher, and scholar–Professor Chelva Kanaganayakam–who recently passed away, we (former students of Prof. Kanaganayakam’s) will be editing and compiling a forthcoming issue of Postcolonial Text dedicated to Prof. Kanaganayakam. The issue seeks to showcase Prof. Kanaganyakam’s wide ranging interests and interdisciplinary research by collecting outstanding scholarly essays that explore issues and subjects to which Prof. Kanaganayakam devoted his career: diasporic studies, postcolonialism, South Asian studies, Sri Lankan Anglophone writing, translation and Tamil poetry. This issue will also include a section of poetry/creative writing in recognition of Prof. Kanaganayakam’s path-breaking work as translator of Sri Lankan Tamil poetry into English. We are particularly keen to include essays on Tamil poetry and culture to reflect Prof. Kanaganyakam’s ongoing dedication to the field of Tamil Studies.

    We welcome the submission of essays that examine the research areas outlined above, with the hope that the collection will contribute to the fields in which Prof. Kanaganayakam worked. Essays should be approximately 7000 words, including notes and works cited, and adhere to MLA guidelines. We also welcome the submission of original creative pieces (2000 words maximum). This issue will also include personal remembrances in either the introduction or epilogue, and, therefore, we ask anyone who might wish to write several testimonial sentences or a paragraph to forward these contributions to us.

    Please submit your contributions to the guest editors by June 15, 2015. All submissions will undergo anonymous peer review as per the journal’s peer-review process. For submission guidelines, please check http://postcolonial.org/index.php/pct/about/submissions#authorGuidelines

     

    Guest Editors:

    Dr. Chandrima Chakraborty

    Associate Professor

    Department of English and Cultural Studies

    McMaster University

    1280 Main Street West

    Hamilton, Ontario, Canada–L8S 4L9

    chandri@mcmaster.ca

     

    Dr. Stephanie McKenzie

    Associate Professor

    English Programme

    Memorial University, Grenfell Campus

    20 University Drive

    Corner Brook, NL, Canada–A2H 5G4

    smckenzi@grenfell.mun.ca

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