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Unity Womens College Department of English


Postgraduate Department of English, KAHM Unity Women’s College, Manjeri, is organizing a UGC Sponsored National Seminar on ‘Popular Culture and Literature’ during the third week of June 2015. Papers are invited from Postgraduate students who are interested in participating in the seminar.

Theme and objective of the National Seminar

Scholars have always been preoccupied with the interrelation between Literature and Popular Culture. The National Seminar on Popular Culture and Literature for P G students would focus on the influence and transitions that have occurred due to various social, cultural, political, economic, and religious changes in the global arena, and their representations in literature and popular culture. Participants are encouraged to explore the uncertainties, anxieties, and complexities of our times and their representation in the recent developments in literary and artistic articulations. The objective of the seminar is to create a platform for P G students to share experiences about the interconnectedness, intertextuality, resistance and seamless possibilities of  new horizons of literature. It also aims at a meaningful discussion among professionals involved in the teaching of literature and language.

Thrust Areas

  1. Popular Culture and Films.
  2. Conflict in Popular Culture
  3. Mythology in Popular Culture
  4. Artificial Intelligence in Popular Culture
  5. Cultural Impact in  Popular Culture
  6. Popular Culture & Science Fiction
  7. Popular culture and Women
  8. Popular culture and  Advertisement
  9. Children and Popular Culture
  10. Popular Culture and Public Space
  11. Popular Culture and Education
  12. Pop Culture and representations
  13. Popular  Literature and Resistance
  14. Revisionist Strategy and Popular Culture
  15. Countering  Hegemonic Discourses and Popular Culture
  16. Popular Culture and Humour
  17. Popular Fiction and Film Adaptations
  18. Intertextuality  in Popular Culture
  19. Popular Culture and Music

Coordinator: Reena. C. M  I  contact: 9995141818