Boslit Journal of Language and Literature


Yearly twice


Xxxx xxxx


DBCY Publications

Chief Editor:

Dr. S.Thaddeus

Starting Year: 






Publication Format :


Phone No:

+91 9488072531




https://dbcyelagiri.edu.in/ dbcy-bjll


Don Bosco College(Co-Ed), Yelagiri Hills

(Affiliated to Thiruvalluvar University),

Guezou Nagar, Athanavoor, Yelagiri Hills.

Tirupattur District, Tamil Nadu 635853


Boslit Journal of Language and Literature (BJLL)

Aim and Scope:

Boslit Journal of Language and Literature aims to establish itself as a platform for exchanging ideas in new emerging trends that needs more focus and exposure and is always committed to publish articles that will strengthen the knowledge of upcoming researchers and scientists.

The journal welcomes the submission of papers that meet the general criteria of significance and theoretical excellence. The paper should not be published in parts or accepted for publication elsewhere.

A double-blind system in the peer-review process is used for selecting the papers for publication. All the papers will be peer-reviewed by two experts in the particular field. Authors are requested to strictly follow the submission guidelines while preparing their papers. Only electronic submission via email will be accepted for publication. Papers can be submitted to the following email addresses: editor-bjll@dbcyelagiri.edu.in

Subject areas include but are not limited to the following fields:

  1. Language, Culture & Society
  2. Language, Communication & Media
  3. Language Education & Teaching
  4. Language & Literature
  5. Language & Linguistics
  6. Language & Technology
  7. Perspectives on Modernity
  8. Tribal traditions and Modernity
  9. Modernity and the life of Community
  10. Modernity and constructions of Nation
  11. Traditions/Sources of Modernity
  12. The body in Modernity/Modernity and the Body
  13. Histories of migration and modernity
  14. Historical, social, political and cultural perspectives
  15. Issues concerning women’s lives at home and in the society
  16. Resistance narratives
  17. Trauma narratives
  18. Writing the non-human
  19. Dalit writings
  20. Biopics
  21. Prison narratives