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      “CULTURAL SPACES”

      This issue of the journal inflects on multiple forms of cultural negotiations across the world. It is a world that believes in permeation and mixes, leading to discursive epistemological as well as ontological experiences. This issue of the journal will therefore focus on distinctive cultural formations. The idea of culture has been a crucial point of debate in recent times. Zizek, for instance, stands against the Lacanian principle of culture as a “symbolic system” with a linguistic boundary. He pre-empts the zero-sum of culture, thereby implying a new paradigm shift in terms of recognising the idea of history as a history of culture. It may be suggested that in a world of neo-nomadic spaces, culture should be reconfigured in terms of transnational negotiations. We may therefore argue: how does culture originate? How does culture disseminate itself? How does culture stride across boundaries and renew itself in multiple cultural, economic and political forms? This issue of the journal will therefore address a complex trajectory of culture in the context of complex issues of spatiality, epistemological disruptions, cultural narratives, discursive strategies, text, context and praxis, and the re-negotiation of culture.
      Submission Deadline: 15 November 2017
      Email for submission of Abstracts/Full Papers/Queries: lyceumejournal@gmail.com
      For submission guidelines and further information please visit www.lyceumejournal.com

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      Issue No. 1 December 2017

      “Cultural Spaces”

      This issue of the journal inflects on multiple forms of cultural negotiations across the world. It is a world that believes in permeation and mixes, leading to discursive epistemological as well as ontological experiences. This issue of the journal will therefore focus on distinctive cultural formations. The idea of culture has been a crucial point of debate in recent times. Zizek, for instance, stands against the Lacanian principle of culture as a “symbolic system” with a linguistic boundary. He pre-empts the zero-sum of culture, thereby implying a new paradigm shift in terms of recognising the idea of history as a history of culture. It may be suggested that in a world of neo-nomadic spaces, culture should be reconfigured in terms of transnational negotiations. We may therefore argue: how does culture originate? How does culture disseminate itself? How does culture stride across boundaries and renew itself in multiple cultural, economic and political forms? This issue of the journal will therefore address a complex trajectory of culture in the context of complex issues of spatiality, epistemological disruptions, cultural narratives, discursive strategies, text, context and praxis, and the re-negotiation of culture.
      Submission Deadline: 15 November 2017
      Email for submission of Abstracts / Full Papers / Queries: lyceumejournal@gmail.com
      For submission guidelines and further information please visit www.lyceumejournal.com

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