The Journal of Language, Literature and Culture welcomes submissions based on empirical, theoretical or methodological papers about language, literature and culture. The interconnectedness of language, literature and culture can hardly be over-stated. Hence, be it the ancient Greek text Republic by Plato or post-modernist essay Simulacra and Simulation by Jean Baudrillard, we observe every culture bent own comprehending the role language and literature play in not only representing but also creating and re-creating a culture.

We strongly encourage contributors who not only ‘read against the grain’ but endeavor to write against the grain too. We call for papers from scholars, intellectuals, researchers, students of graduate and post-graduate studies which will add to the existing knowledge about issues most pertinent for research in language, literature and culture.