ePub | The Johar Journal: A multidisciplinary quarterly ejournal that aims to familiarize people with the tribal way of life – New Delhi

The Johar Journal
The Johar Journal (द जोहार जर्नल ) is an online open-access, peer-reviewed, biannual journal on Adivasi, tribal and indigenous issues with particular focus on tribal literatures in translation.
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The contents of The Johar Journal will be organized under these eight categories: i. News & Views, ii. Interview, iii. Contemporary Tribal Literature, iv. Tribal Folklore, v. Visual & Performance Arts, vi. Critical Essay, vii. Book/ Film Review and viii. Tribal Lifestyle. It is hoped that scholars from various disciplines and various ideological positions will use a multidisciplinary approach while examining the tribal predicament. Feedback from the general public will be welcomed, though they will also be moderated by the Editors.

Editorial Board

Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Ivy Imogene Hansdak (Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi)
Associate Editor: Dr. Mridula Rashmi Kindo (Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi)

Advisory Board

Padma Bhushan Professor T.K. Oommen (Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi)
Professor Virginius Xaxa (Tezpur University, Assam)
Professor Joseph Bara (Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Amarkantak)
Dr. Ravi Nandan Sinha (St. Xavier’s College, Ranchi & Editor, The Quest: A Literary Journal)
Professor Tiplut Nongbri (Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi)
Professor Esther Syiem (North East Hill University, Shillong)
Professor Mukesh Ranjan (Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi)
Professor Anand Mahanand (English & Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad)

Read the inaugural Speech by Dr. Ivy Hansdak: “Is tribal identity relevant in today’s world?” delivered during the conference titled “Tribes In Transition-II: Reaffirming Indigenous Identity Through Narrative” >>

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