Papers presented on second day of international conference
KHAIRPUR: The galaxy of scholars from around the globe presented their research papers on various themes on second day of the Two-Day International Conference on Literature & Ecological Challenges (Pakistani & International Perspective) organized by the Department of Urdu, Faculty of Arts & Languages, Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur in collaboration with Higher Education Commission, Pakistan.
Prof. Dr. Satyapal Anand from USA presented research paper onAStudy of Ecological Issues and the Role of Urdu Literature in Highlighting the Perils of Terrestrial Pollution. He said, Urdu prose and poetry can be used to highlight the problems of the drastic changes that have been brought about the quick and sustained industrialization. He said, my research paper is related the relationship between human beings and the natural world in terms of ecological literary perspective.
Dr. Vafa Yazdan Manesh from Iran presented her paper on Portrayal of Ecological Issues and their Solution in Contemporary Persian Poetry. She said, it can be proved that classical Persian poets have meaningful concepts from natural surroundings. In the modern time, the poets have also focused on their surrounding environment in different aspects. They have focused on ground water, air and noise pollution.
Ms. Mehjebeen Ghazal Ansari from U.K presented her paper on Eco-criticism and Urdu Literature. She said, Eco-criticism is branch of literature. It is the criti- cism that looks at the relationship between the written word and nature. Literature portrays the interactions between human beings and environment.
Dr. Hend Abdel Halim from Egypt presented the paper on Elements of Nature in Poems by Muhammad Iqbal and Ahmed Shawki: A Comparative Study. He said, poets Dr. Iqbal and Shawki belong the same generation despite being of distant homelands. Dr. Iqbal calls for a different horizon of poetry characterize by blending spectra of nature and its elements of beautiful scenery, beauty of language, precision of expressions of colors from Pakistani environment. Ahmed Shawki has portrayed the Nile of the ancient Egyptian civilization, the crescent and the flowers of spring.
KHAIRPUR: The scholars from various countries present their research papers on teh second Day of International Conference on Literature and Ecological Challenges at Shah Abdul Latif University.