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IMS Law College, Noida which was established in 2004, is the first law college in Gautam Buddha Nagar to have started B.A., LL.B. 5-year degree programme. The college is known for its academic excellence and value-added education. It caters 5-year law degree courses like B.A., LL.B., B.Com., LL.B. and LL.B. 3-year degree course to the aspirants to be competent legal professionals. It imparts world-class education in the discipline of law.

Besides, its parent body, IMS-Noida has also collaborations with several Universities overseas and seeks to imbibe a global mindset into its students. Most importantly, there is also a strong focus on research and IMS encourages its faculty and students to undertake consultancy projects with corporates. In order to explore the various dimensions of English language and Literature, IMS Language and Literature club was constituted in 2019. Since then, it has been organizing various national and international webinars to benefit the research scholars and academicians apart from the students of literature.

  1. Details about the event

International Webinar on “Corpse Narratives of(f) the Limits” on December 17, 2021 at 2:00 PM via Microsoft Teams

About the programme

Corpse Narratives of(f) the Limits

“What am I? What is this Time? What is the evidence for a Time that is not mortal as a leaf in autumn, then the answer is, that which asks the question is out of the world’s time…” (Briefing, 64)

“Poor people of the past, poor poor people, so many of them, for long thousands of years, not knowing anything, fumbling and stumbling and longing for something different but not knowing what had happened to them or what they longed for. I can’t stop thinking of them, our ancestors, the poor animal-men, always murdering and destroying because they couldn’t help it” (Shikasta, 447)

“Literature and history, these two great branches of human learning, records of human behaviour, human thought…from them one may learn how to be a citizen and a human being” (Prisons, 71)

The presentation focuses on how corpse narratives transcend the boundaries of time and the grave and exorcise souls in order to re-member memories, restore stories, historicise and sometimes re-right history. Indeed, such visible texts make disappeared bodies appear to the reader; they act like warning voices resurrecting from the grave.

Target Audience

  • Students
  • Faculty Members
  • Professionals
  • Research Scholars
  • Anyone interested in the event

Speaker’s Profile:

Dr. Bootheina Majoul is currently an Associate Professor of English Literature at the High Institute of Languages of Tunis (ISLT), University of Carthage. She holds an MA in Cross-Cultural Poetics (ISLT, University of Carthage) and a Ph.D. in English Literature (FLAHM, University of Manouba).

She has more than 20 years of teaching experience. Her areas of specialization are World Literature, Maghreban Studies, Comparative Literature, Film Studies, Digital Pedagogy, and Communication.

She is the author of 2 books: Doris Lessing: Poetics of Being and Time (2016), The Genetic and Generic Affiliations of Rushdie’s Satire in Midnight’s Children (2017); she edited 3 volumes: On Trauma and Traumatic Memory (2017) and Terrorism in Literature: Examining a Global Phenomenon (2019), and Maghrebean Voices: Roots/Routes (to be issued in 2021). She also co-edited 3 other volumes: On History & Memory in Arab Literature & Western Poetics (2020), Poetics of the Native (2021), and The Poetics and Hermeneutics of Pain and Pleasure (2022).

She is the author of several academic articles and five collections of poems. She delivered presentations at several national and international conferences in Tunisia and other foreign countries. She also organized several academic events: conferences, workshops, study days, and webinars.

She is Afikra Ambassador in Tunisia. She is the Founder & Chair of Arts & Humanities Global Network, Vice-Chair of Global Network of Liberal Arts, Steering Committee Member of Challenging Precarity Network

Member of the Scientific Committee of the Research Laboratory Language & Cultural Forms (University of Carthage). Member of the Research Group TrAdE: Translation and Adaptation from/into English (Tor Vergata University, Rome). Member of the International Society of Boredom Studies (Madrid-International) and a Member of Doris Lessing Society (Ontario, Canada)

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  3. Deadline Register by 16 December, 2021 at 11:59 PM
  4. Contact Information-Convener-Prof. Govind Prasad Goyal-WhatsApp no.-+91-997-112-9012
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