International Conference on English Language & Literature A Tool for Humanising

Lingaya University, Department of English organises International Conference on English Language & Literature A Tool for Humanising (ELLATH-2015) FEBRUARY 23 & 24, 2015


Language is for expression and Literature is the reflection of that expression. The unique quality of Language and Literature in socialising, humanising and educating is well acknowledged and appreciated across the globe. When language empowers one to express oneself, Literature opens a wide arena where one can look for larger domains for refinement. The status of English Language and Literature in this global era is a highly relevant topic of discussion among academicians, linguists and literary people. The humanising potential of language and literature are highly innovative areas for anthropologists as well as academicians to look up. These days, value added courses and value educations are included in the curriculum in order to impart humanising values to the society. At this juncture, it is exciting to deliberate upon the humanising quality of language and literature. The humanising potential of language and literature is a highly interesting area for further studies and research.


  • To explore English language & literature as a tool for humanising.
  • To examine the challenges in humanising English Language teaching & learning in current contexts.
  • To bring anthropologists, linguists, academicians and literary people to a common platform to evaluate the role of English Language & Literature as a tool for humanising.
  • To promote and inspire research on the deeper aspects of the humanising English Language & Literature.


  • Innovative methodologies for Humanising English language teaching & learning
  • Ecology and Language: A humanistic approach
  • Multiculturalism and the impact of Language
  • Examining Language and Tribal culture
  • Language of Resistance
  • Language, Cognition and Body
  • Development of Language and Historicizing Humanity
  • Sustaining with Language and Beyond
  • Gendered Language and engendering society
  • Language and the rights of an Individual
  • 20th century humanism and 21st century technology – A Match made in Cyber space
  • Literature as a tool to Counter Divisive Tendencies.
  • Taming the Postmodern: Theory and Practice of Postmodern Writings and Humanism.
  • Literature for spiritual development and enlightenment.
  • Feminism and Humanism: Issues and Concerns
  • Charting the Cultural Territory: Humanism and Literature
  • Children's Literature as a source of excitement, exploration and as a world of joy & knowledge
  • Post-colonialism, Literature and Humanism
  • Diaspora: From the Perspective of Humanism

Any other theme related to the conference topic can be taken for paper presentation.


  • Keynote Address by Dr.Marzenna Jakubczak from Poland
  • Panel Discussion with experts from India and abroad on “The Challenges in Humanising ELT”
  • Creative Session: Live presentation on the humanising effect of literature by eminent writers
  • Workshops on innovative methodologies for Humanising English Language Teaching & Learning
  • Paper presentations & Round Table Discussions : send your options
  • Conference Proceedings will be released in the inaugural function and a book of selected papers will be published by a renowned publishing company. Both the publications will be with ISBN number.
  • The best performances in the round-table discussion and the best paper presentations will be awarded.
  • All the certificates connected with the Conference activities will be distributed by 5 pm on February 24, 2015. The organisers assure no delay in this regards.
  • Every participant should register and complete the formalities before the deadline in order to make our work smoother.
  • In case of co-authored paper, both the authors should register for individual certificate.
  • Those who volunteer to be the session chair/chair for the roundtable discussion along with your participation in the conference will be given the opportunity to perform the special task and get the appreciation Certificate.
  • No Certificate in absentia.


  • We welcome original and unpublished research papers on any of the above mentioned subthemes or related topics with a 200-word abstract and the text not exceeding 2000 words in MS Word, 12 font size, Times New Romans (latest MLA style) should reach the Organizing Committee by December 10, 2014.
  • We also invite proposals with abstracts in about 200 words highlighting the objective and significance and application of your workshop for 30 to 45 minutes on innovative methodologies on humanising ELT by experts in the field.
  • The research papers and a short profile with all the necessary details should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. latest by December 10, 2014.
  • Each Paper presenter will get around 10-12 minutes for oral presentation of the paper
  • Registration may be completed by December 30, 2014 by the candidates who are intimated by the Organizing Committee for presentation.


Submission of full paper/ proposal with abstract

December 10, 2014

Acceptance Notification deadline

December 15, 2014

Registration formalities deadline

December 31, 2014

Conference: LU, Faridabad

February 23-24, 2015


Arrangements can be made for accommodation in the campus as well as in hotels outside. Please contact Ms. Kirti Aggarwal at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for all accommodation related queries.


One registration is applicable for two days. The registration fee includes conference kit, conference proceedings, transport facility in all the scheduled routes of the University as per the time given in the website, meals, refreshment, etc.


Early Bird (till 31 Dec 2014)

Late (After 31 Dec 2014

Participants from Academics and R & D Institutions



UG/PG students and research scholars



To attend the Conference with only the Participation Certificate



Delegates from abroad

USD 100

USD 100

To submit your research paper contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Lingaya’s University
(Deemed to be University under Section 3 of UGC Act, 1956)

Nachauli, Old Faridabad – Jasana Road, Faridabad 121 002, Haryana
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Last modified on Friday, 14 November 2014 13:29
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I'm Kumar Wani and I live in Parbhani near Mumbai. Since 2003 I've been working as an assistant professor of English. I have passion for books. I am founder and chief editor of The Context (ISSN 2349-4948) an international, open access, peer reviewed e journal of language, literary and cultural studies.

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