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Title: Dfferent Dimensions of Dalit Discourse
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Submission Update Submissions are open for Vol. 4 Issue 5 (October 2018) of the Expression Journal till 15.10.2018
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Call for Submissions for a Book We are currently open for an anthology tentatively titled "Different Dimensions of Dalit Discourse." Edited by: Dr. Bijender Singh. Deadline of Submission is 10.10.2018. Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
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Dr. Deepak Kumar Singh, Associate Professor of English, DAV PG College, Lucknow (U.P).
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