Aims & Scopes

New Literaria is an International, peer-reviewed, and open-access journal that aims to explore the myriad prospects in English Literature, and cultural studies. The Journal is committed to interdisciplinary and cross-cultural issues in literary understanding and interpretation, aesthetic theories, conceptual analysis of art, literature, philosophy, religion, mythology, history of ideas, literary theory, history, and criticism. It presents the highest quality in English Literature, linguistics, and cultural studies from the interdisciplinary and multicultural perspective that characterizes English in this world. It provides an interdisciplinary approach to unravel Linguistics’ features as well as Literature, thus broadening its view. The Journal’s focus is to publish depth insights and semantic analysis of traditional and contemporary theories leading to new horizons in the field of humanities and thereby generate an academically serious and healthy debate in the literary circles. It aims at critical and creative functions to co-exist and cross-fertilize each other. Rather than producing miscellanies of essays from across the disciplines, the Journal aims to publish substantial scholarly and critical interventions, from various perspectives, on chosen themes, thereby influencing the agenda in its disciplines. It encourages dialogues between Literature and other disciplines of humanities, aiming to establish an international platform for scholars to exchange innovative views that stimulate critical interdisciplinary discussions.

Our Journal publishes original research, creative work, and critical discourse on traditional, contemporary, and popular issues in the field of humanities studies. Contribution can be in the form of conceptual or theoretical approaches, case studies, or essays, critical essays, historical documentation, interviews, performance texts, and plays, and book review in the field of humanities.
The journal features special topics, special issues, and original articles of general interest in the disciplines of humanities. The journal also invites leading scholars as guest editors to organize special issues or special topics devoted to certain important themes, subject matters, and research agendas in the humanities. The journal welcomes the submission of manuscripts with the theoretical or empirical aspects and globally promulgates and publishes original essays on the following broad categories:
Areas of discussion/Scope:
Afro-American Literature
Anthropocene and Posthuman Philosophy
Asian Languages and Literature
Apostasy in literature
Animal Studies
Aesthetic and Cultural Components
American Fiction
British and Irish Literature
Critical approaches to literary texts
Critical Approaches to Literature and Arts
Colonial and Postcolonial Studies/ Postcolonial Writing
Culture, Language, Religion, Law
Cross-Border Inclusion
Commonwealth Literature
Children’s Literature
Class and Culture in Literature and Film
Cyberpunk Literature
Conflict and Community
Cross-Cultural Encounters
Critical Theory and Cultural History
Colonialism in India and the figure of the North American “Indian”
Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies
Counter-Discourse in literature
Decolonizing Drama and Performance in Africa
Digital humanities and Technopolitics
Disease, Illness, Health, and Disability
Disability Studies
Devotional literature
Discussion on the New Literatures in English
Discussion on Gothic and Cartoon literature
Diverse as Queerness in the 18th Century
Early Modern Literature and Culture
Environmental Studies and the theories of Evolution
Environmental Aesthetics
Emerging Critical Theories involving literature Studies
Frontier Literature/Wild West
Film and Literature
Gender, Sexuality
Gender Studies: Critical Discussion, Case Study, Survey
Globalization, Colonialism, Postcolonialism
History of the English Language, Fundamentals of Languages
Home and Away: Epics and Utopias
Immigration, Diaspora, Home
Identity, Diversity, and Representation in Video GameIdentity
Indigenous Studies, Indian Writing in English
Jewish Literature
Literature and Ethics
Literary Movements and Genres
Literature as Witness
Literature and Quest for Identity
Literature, Stress, Trauma, Violence, and Power Relations
Literary Criticisms and Theories, Cultural Theory
Literary Discourse
Media production, Genre, Performance, Arts, Literature, and the Digital Media
Nature Writing
Narrative and Memory
Nativism /Native Influences
Native American Literature
Old-age Representations in Literature
Popular Culture
Psychoanalytic Approaches to Literature
Performance Studies
Philosophy, Ideology, Knowledge
Posthumanism, Transhumanism
Race, Ethnicity
Rethinking Humanities, Science, and Interdisciplinarity
Rebels in Literature and Music
Space, the Environment
Science Fiction
South Asian Literature
Subaltern and Dalit Studies
Social History
Thinking and Writing Across the Curriculum
Twentieth-century Literature
The Narration of Pain
The Age of Chaucer
The Age of Shakespeare
The Contemporary Climate Crisis
The Anthropocene
The Body, Embodiment
Translation Studies
Uncovering Fairytales, Myth, Folktales, and Ghost Stories
Victorian Literature/ Victorian Studies
War Poetry
World Literature
Women in Literature and Psychology
Women’s Literature
• This is an academic journal and thus does not provide any kind of art appraisals or other commercial services.