Consortium is an International, double blind peer-reviewed journal that aims to explore the myriad prospects in English Literature, and cultural studies. The Journal is committed to interdisciplinary and cross-cultural issues in literary understanding and interpretation, aesthetic theories, conceptual analysis of art, literature, philosophy, religion, mythology, history of ideas, literary theory, history, and criticism. It presents the highest quality in English Literature, linguistics, and cultural studies from the interdisciplinary and multicultural perspective that characterizes humanities in this world. It provides an interdisciplinary approach to unravel Linguistics’ features as well as Literature and different aspects of cultural studies, thus broadening its view. The Journal’s focus is to publish depth insights and semantic analysis of traditional and contemporary theories leading to new horizons in the field of humanities and thereby generate an academically serious and healthy debate in the literary circles. It aims at critical and creative functions to co-exist and cross-fertilize each other. Rather than producing miscellanies of essays from across the disciplines, the Journal aims to publish substantial scholarly and critical interventions, from various perspectives, on chosen themes, thereby influencing the agenda in its disciplines. It encourages dialogues between Literature and other disciplines of humanities, aiming to establish an international platform for scholars to exchange innovative views that stimulate critical interdisciplinary discussions.
It provides a shared platform for the exchange of information and ideas to keep in touch with the advancements in the field of multidisciplinary Literary Studies, Linguistics, Language and Communication, Discourse Analysis and any other topic relevant to it among the students, researchers, and teachers of arts and Literature and humanities as well for creating knowledge-based community. It publishes articles, review papers, book reviews, etc. It is our pious duty to let you inform with ongoing fashions in writing, anthology, self-publishing, and all and on. We, along with readers, writers, and editorial team members, will complete this detour.