Ruminations: The Andrean Journal of Literature

St. Andrews College English Department Annual Research Publication Publishing continually since - 2011

Title: Ruminations: The Andrean Journal of Literature                                                                      ISSN: 2249-9059

                        Year of Initialization: Oct 2011

 ‘Ruminations: The Andrean Journal of Literature’ is a peer-reviewed research journal. Initiated by English Literature department of St. Andrews College under the guidance of Dr. Marie Fernandes. Each issue of the journal includes research articles, critical perspectives and informed discussions on a specific theme of literature. It encourages and publishes the contribution of research articles from the scholars of the different part of the country. The objective of the journal is to communicate the recent developments in the contemporary literature as well as to cover historical perspectives of the literature. It offers an informed and critical perspective on the several topics of literature.

  • Dr. Marie Fernandes
  • Dr. Shireen Vakil
  • Dr. Jayashree Palit
  • Prof. Susan Lobo
St. Andrew’s College,

Bandra, Mumbai.

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St. Andrew’s College of Arts, Science and Commerce
St. Dominic Road,
Bandra (West),
Mumbai – 400 050.
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Submission of Manuscript

All correspondence regarding manuscript submission should be addressed to the ‘Chief Editor, Principal, St. Andrew’s College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Bandra (W).

All articles should be original and unpublished. Contributors must provide their designation, institute affiliation and complete mailing address on their paper.

The corresponding author will receive a link for the copyright declaration form once a contribution is accepted for publication. The submission will be considered as final once the author/s submits the copyright form.

Basic Formatting of the Manuscript

All articles should be submitted using only Times New Roman in Microsoft word format and text of the article should be in font size 12, with headings in font size 14 in bold. Subheadings should be made bold in font size 12. Line spacing must be 1.5 in the text and margin must be one inch throughout.

The word limit for the article should not be more than 3000, all articles must accompanied by an abstract of 250 words and up to six keywords.

All illustrations, diagrams and tables are to be referred to as “Figures” and numbered according to their sequence in the text. Source for figures and tables should be mentioned wherever applicable.

All acronyms and abbreviations should be explained in full the first time they appear in text.


All the references for social science must be in APA (6th edition) style of references.

All the references for language and literature must be in MLA style of references.

Created by Rahul Macwan and Ashwin Solanki.