Dr. Bhuvaneswari G

Associate Professor

Email: bhuvana.baskaran@vit.ac.in

PhD: Hyderabad University

Research Area: Dalit Literature, Psycholinguistics, Computational Linguistics, Feminist Studies, Memory Studies

Employee ID50169
Salutation (Prof./ Dr.)Dr.
NameG. Bhuvaneswari
DesignationAssistant Professor Senior
School/CentreSchool of Social Sciences and Languages
Intercom1278
Educational details (Please mention all the degrees with latest first)
DegreePassed out yearSpecializationInstitute/University/ College
PhD2010Applied LinguisticsUniversity of Hyderabad
M.Phil2003Translation StudiesUniversity of Hyderabad
M.A2002Applied LinguisticsUniversity of Hyderabad
B.A2000English LiteratureUniversity of Hyderabad
Research Details
Areas of SpecializationLinguisitcs, Literature, English Language Teaching
ORCID IDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-2897-7265
Scopus IDhttps://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.uri?authorId=57193866941

 

H-index (scopus)1
Google Scholar IDhttps://scholar.google.com/citations?user=2TYv9ZwAAAAJ&hl=en

 

On-going Consultancy Project Details
On-going Consultancy Project TitleFunding Agency
Labour, Birth, and Agentic Crises in Maternity Ward in the Urban Setting: Pluralistic Qualitative Mixed Method Research.
Funding Agency- SPORIC SEED GRANT (Vellore Institute of Technology, Chennai)
Amount- 2 Lakhs
Duration- 12 Months
Book / Book Chapter Published Details
TitlePublisherYear
Willingness to Communicate in Face-To-Face and Online Language Classroom and the Future of LearningSpringer2022
Stress-Coping Strategy in Handling Online Classes by Educators During COVID-19 Lockdown. In: HamdanSpringer2022
Dreary Dark Facts of Violence Against Women in IndiaUniversal academic books publishers and distributors2021
‘Interdisciplinary Research Possibilities in Women’s Studies.’

 

Gender and Women’s Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches and Perspectives2021
Manifestation of Partition as Wilful forgetting, Multiple Identities, Neo-oppression in the contemporary Indian society.Contemporary writings of Migrations and Exile: Exploring Diaspora in the 21st century

 

2020
Linguistic Divergence and Ambiguity in Teaching German Case Markers Through EnglishNovel trends and techniques in Literature and Language Research2019