Seminar on ‘fourth world literature’ culminates

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 11/24/2021 12:05:56 PM IST

National seminar on “Fourth world literature: Voices of the marginalised with special reference to Northeast India” sponsored by Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) and organised by the department of English, Tetso College culminated on November 24.

A press release by the college stated that in a keynote address, honorary director ICSSR, North Eastern Regional Centre, NERC, NEHU Campus Shillong, professor Bhagirathi Panda said seminars like these could bring the poignant element of a greater discourse and thanked the organisers of the conference for taking the initial step of change.

“There are gems underneath the sea likewise marginalized people have much to share and offer in the field of information and research. Social capital is the backbone and a big resource to build a good research grounding. Hence, Fourth World Literature serves the purpose,” said professor Panda.

The valedictory session was led by Tetso College assistant professor Hawaibam Loiyumba, feedback of participants was delivered by EFL University, Shillong, assistant professor Dr. Arzuman Ara; Baptist College, Kohima assistant professor Dr. Sentinaro and School of Social Sciences, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Guwahati Campus, Ph.D research scholar, Ashuli Kaisang and the closing remarks and certificate distribution was conducted by convenor, HoD, Tetso College Dr. Rosy Tep.

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