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General IssueIssue 1Volume 3

Volume 3 Issue 1 January-February, 2022

New Literaria

Vol. 3 Issue 1
January – February 2022



The Past, the Present, and the Future: Memory and Literature as Gateways from the Middle Ages to the Twenty-First Century With a focus on Boethius’s De Consolatione Philosophiae and Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival
Albrecht Classen

Globalization Becoming Instrumental in Re-thinking the Global City: A Postcolonial Reading
Arnab Das and Dr. Madhumita Roy

The Politics of Cultural Memory ad Culinary Nationalism: Revisiting the Bangladesh Liberation War through Nadeem Zaman’s In the Time of the Others
Namrata Chowdhury

Representation of Cultural Identity in Harishankar Jaladas’ Sons of the Sea
Nurul Islam

The Future of Cultural Studies and the Humanities
Dr. Amalia Călinescu

The (Un)known Epoch: Exploring Dystopian Japan in Yoko Tawada’s The Emissary
Foong Soon Seng, Gheeta Chandran & Raphael Thoo Yi Xian

Re-Imagining Sita in Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s The Forest of Enchantments: A Spiritual Ecofeminist Reading
Gheeta Chandran, Foong Soon Seng & Raphael Thoo Yi Xian

Learning Culture Through Play: A brief study of Nuchhungi’s Mizo Naupangte Infiamna leh a Hla Te
Lalthangmawii Chhangte & K C Lalthlamuani

The Taste of Salt: Identity, Memory and Food Culture of the Mizo Tribe
Lalnienga Bawitlung

Subaltern perspective in Wide Sargasso Sea: An insight to the Plight of Antoinette
Shweta Chaudhary & Dr. Smarika Pareek

“Landscape” and “Space Consciousness” in Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children: Shortfalls in the Analytic Diasporic Eye
Shuvendu Ghosh, Rajiv Bhushan & Maninder Kapoor

Speculative Fiction, Biocapitalism and Being Tentacular: Reading the MaddAddam trilogy as Posthuman Saga
Swagata Singha Ray

The Contagion and the Working Women
Zahra Ahmad

Mundari Culture and Festivals: An Ecosophical Study of Ramdayal Munda’s Adi- Dharam
Hare Krishna Kuiry

Magical Immunization: Occult and the Pandemic in Nora Roberts’ Year One
Isha Biswas

Reconstructing the ‘Witch’ Image in Fairy Tales: Exploring Katherine Arden’s Winternight Trilogy
Jasna Jalal


Tanmoy Kundu is Assistant Professor and Head of the Department of English, Midnapore College (Autonomous), West Bengal. He has published four research articles and fourteen book chapters on Feminism, Popular Culture, Indian English Novel, and Indian English Drama in national and international journals and edited volumes. Besides English literature, he has a passion for Linguistics, Dalit Literature, and South Asian Literature. Mr. Kundu has been acting as a reviewer for peer-reviewed national-level journals like Advances Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, (a multi-disciplinary peer-reviewed journal). He has edited a book, Off the Line: Transgression and Its Representation in Literature and Culture (Atlantic Publishers, New Delhi) in 2019. His recent area of research is concerned with Dalit Studies, Street theatre.