The Journal of Comparative Literature and Aesthetics JCLA ISSN: 0252-8169 is a publication of the Vishvanatha Kaviraja Institute of Comparative Literature and Aesthetics, founded in 1977 for promotion of multidisciplinary studies and research in literary culture. Prof. Ananta Ch. Sukla (FoundingEditor) established the journal in 1978 in collaboration with Rene Wellek, Harold Osborne, Mircea Eliade, John Fisher, Monroe. Beardsley, John Hospers, Meyer Abrams and others.
JCLA invites articles from sociologists, cultural anthropologists, psychologists and linguists that focus the multifacted aspects of the aesthetical issues in current scholarship.
The journal has a code of ethics to ensure a commitment to integrity by contributors, editors and reviewers. The code of ethics warns against plagiarism and self-plagiarism, and provides guidelines on authorship, copyright and multiple submissions.
Founding Editor: Prof. Ananta Sukla (Director Vishvanatha Kaviraja Institute Comparative Literature & Aesthetics Orissa, India) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
International Editor 2: Prof. Richard Shusterman (Director Center for Body Mind & Culture Florida Atlantic University) <email@example.com>
Roger Ames (University of Hawaii), Ralph Cohen U(niversity of Virginia), David Damrosch (Harvard University) Alexa Huang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Susan Feagin (Temple University), David Fenner (University of North Florida), Garry Hagberg (Bard College), John Hyman (Qeen’s College, Oxford), Peter Lamarque (University of York), Brigitte Le Luez (Dublin City University), John MacKinnon (University of Saint Mary), Grazia Marchiano (University of Siena), W.J.T. Mitchel (University of Chicago), Osayimwense Osa (Virginia State University), George E. Rowe (University of Oregon), Sushil K. Saxena (University of Delhi), Kalpana Seshadri (Boston College), Meir Sternberg (Tel Aviv University), Deborah Weagel (University of New Mexico).