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2016 – Salmon-Verburg Bursary – by the Henry Sweet Colloquium – Pembroke College University of Cambridge.
2012-16 – UGC BBL Fellowship – Centre for English Language Studies – University of Hyderabad
Member of Henry Sweet Society for the History of Linguistic Ideas
Member of Systemic Functional Linguistics Association, India
“The role of Christian Vernacular Education Society (CVES) in colonial Indian English language pedagogy (1855-1875)” PhD Research Colloquium, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, 24th May, 2017.
Co-presented “English as an Indian language: A study of tertiary level students’ attitudes towards English in India”, ICMME 2017 Braga University of Minho, Braga, Portugal, Organized by MultiLingNet, 11-13 May, 2017.
Co-presented “Revisiting the Three-Language Formula in India: Towards sustainable multilingual educational manoeuvres in the 21st century”, Sustainable Multilingualism Conference, Vytautus Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania, May 26-27, 2017.
“Grammatical Aspects of Anglo-Telugu grammars in 19th century India”, Onomastics Conference by Henry Sweet Society, Pembroke College, University of Cambridge, September 13-15, 2016.
“Using Methodology: Ethnohistory and its relevance in studying English Language Education (ELE) in 19th century British India”, Historical Sociolinguistics and Socio-Cultural Change conference (HiSoN), Helsinki, Finland, March 10-11, 2016.
“Empire in Grammar Books: A Study of English Language Textbooks in 19th century India”, MetaGramma conference, Forli, University of Bologna, March 9-10, 2016.
“Olive skins, Yellow hands and blackened eyes: Crafty ‘Orient’ in Agatha Christie’s novels”, Orient in Literature – Literature of the Orient: Sources & Inspirations (OLLO 2016), Collegium Maius, NicolasCopernicus University, Toruń, Poland, March 17-18, 2016.
“The Critical Reflexive Approach (CRA): A Theoretical Model Towards Bilingual Education Policy and Practice.” FORTELL, January 2018 Issue.
"What Makes a Man or Woman on Campus? Reviewing the Stakes of Desirability, Agency, and Power in Campus-Movies." Anveshi: Broadsheet on Contemporary Politics 2.2 & 3 (2013): 37-38. ISSN 2278-3423.
“Parameters and Politics of Anthologizing 20th Century Women Writers in Telugu." Indian Journal of Comparative Literature and Translation Studies 1.1 (2013): 112-21. Web. ISSN 2321-8274.