PROF. HEMALATHA NAGARAJAN
LINGUISTICS AND CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH
Telephone: (M), 040-27689459 (O),
|1||Post-Doctoral||University College, London|
|2||Ph.D||Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages, Hyderabad|
|3||PGDTE||Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages, Hyderabad|
|4||PGCTE||Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages, Hyderabad|
|5||M.A. English||Madras University|
|S.No||Award||Received in the year||Received from|
|1||British Chevening Scholarship||1994||British Council (for Post-Doctoral Research)|
|2||Distinguished Alumnae Achiever Award||2013||JBAS College for Women, Chennai|
|3||Krishnamurthy prize as the Best Diploma Student, CIEFL, Hyderabad.||1984||Central Institute of English and Foreign languages, Hyderabad|
|4||Proficiency Prize in B.A.as ‘Best Student’ in S.I.E.T. College, Madras||1979||S.I.E.T College, Chennai|
c) Image(s) of the cover page of book/books published by you, which you think
- "A note on impersonal passives in Tamil": CIEFL Working Papers in Linguistics Vol 3 No. 1 July 1986 p 171-177. CIEFL, Hyderabad
- "External Sandhi Processes- the interaction of syntax and phonology": CIEFL Working Papers in Linguistics. Vol 4 No.1 January 1987 p136-167. CIEFL, Hyderabad
- "A grid based account of external sandhi in ‘Sound Patterns for the phonetician" Madras, T.R. Publications, 1992.
- "Gemination of stops in Tamil: Implications for the Phonology- syntax interface" in University College of London Working Papers in Linguistics Vol 7 1995. UCL. London.
- "A three-pronged conspiracy in language acquisition: An argument for a focus projection in child language" in CIEFL Bulletin Vol 6:1 June 1994. CIEFL, Hyderabad
- "Morphological Causatives in children's speech: Mono- or Biclausal?" In Phases and Interfaces of Morphology. Hyderabad. 1996
- "Grammar in rhyme" in English Teaching Professional Issue 5 April 2003. Bangalore
- "On the ‘light pronouns' of English" in Issues in English Grammar Vol 1 eds V. Prakasam and K.V.Tirumalesh, 1997. Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages, Hyderabad.
- "The trochaic spectrum: Word stress in Angika, Hindi and Maithili" in CIEFL Occasional Papers in Linguistics Vol 11. 2005. Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages, Hyderabad.
- "I don't think this is used in Indian English: A study of transferred negation in Indian English" in CIEFL Occasional Papers in Linguistics Vol 12. 2006. Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages, Hyderabad.
- "A Stratal OT Account of Reconstruction" in Languaging Vol. 2. October 2010. The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad.
- "Constraints through the ages: Loanwords in Bangla," The EFL Journal, 41-64, Volume 5, Number 1, January 2014, ISSN0976-660X
- "To use or to avoid: Acquisition of Light verbs by L2 learners" in Proceedings of the Conference ‘What's Happening in the ELT Classroom" 4th Black Sea International ELT Conference held at the School of Foreign Languages, Abbet Izzet Baysal University, Bolu, Turkey, 10-11 October 2013
- "To use or not to use is the question: Free variation in Grammar " in Proceedings of the 11th International Congress on English Grammar (ICEG-2014)" organized by Department of English, Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College, Coimbatore, 23-25 January 20
- "Loanword Adaptation and Second Language Acquisition: Convergence and Divergence; in ‘Universal or Diverse Paths to English Phonology" eds Gut, Ulrike et al, DeGruyter Mouton, 2015.
- A Theory of Post- Syntactic Phonology. Madras, T.R. Publications, 1994.
- An Interactive Grammar of Modern English. (coauthored). New Delhi, Frank Bros. 1999
- Grow with Grammar – (A series of eight books for young learners of English.). New Delhi. Frank Bros, 2001.
- Foundations in English: Workbooks. Singapore, Pearson Publications, 2004
- Learn Correct English: A book of Grammar, Composition and Usage. (co-authored) Singapore, Pearson Publications,. 2005
- ‘Funtastic' Grammar (series editor): a series of six grammar textbooks. Hyderabad, Foundation Books, Cambridge University Press,. 2007.
- Internet I and Internet II: Textbooks for the Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh. (Chief Coordinator and Materials Developer)
- Editor, Occasional Papers in Linguistics, Volume 14-16, 2011
c) Teaching Material
|S.No||Name of the Project||Funding Agency|
|1||CELT project (Chief Coordinator)||A project under the INDIA- ASEAN initiative wherein the University has set up Centres for English Language Training in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam). Funded by MEA.|
|2||Andhra Pradesh Intermediate Textbook Project (Chief Coordinator)||A project awarded by the Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh, wherein textbooks for the Class XI and XII students of Andhra Pradesh were prepared.|
|3||CELT project (Chief Coordinator)||A project under Indo-Sri Lanka bilateral initiatives wherein the University has set up a Centre for English Language Training in Sri Lanka. Funded by MEA.|
|S.No||Name of the Project||Funding Agency|
|S.No||Name of the scholar||Ph.D/M.Phil||Title of the thesis/diesertation|
|1||Madhumita Barbora||M.Phil||Grammatical function changing rules in Assamese and English.|
|2||Meraj Nuzhat||M.Phil||Causativity errors in children’s speech. A comparison of English and Urdu.|
|3||A.Radhika||M.Phil||On the acquisition of functional categories by adults learning a second language.|
|4||C. Harini||M.Phil||Processing of complex English and Telugu words by aphasic patients.|
|5||L. Sreevidya||M.Phil||Phonological processing in Dyslexia: A study of syllable level processing by Tamil dyslexics.|
|6||Tonia Oliver O.E||M.Phil||Discourse features in Tamil and English specific language impairment|
|7||N.C. Kiranmayi||M.Phil||Code-Switching in Telugu and Arabic|
|8||Susheel Kumar||M.Phil||Telangana Language and Culture|
|9||Swati Narsinghani||M.Phil||Auxiliary Inversion in Sindhi|
|10||Anamita Guha||M.Phil||An OT account of Binding and Scrambling in Bangla|
|11||Tanushree Sarkar||M.Phil||Loanwords in Bangla: An OT Account|
|12||Sahragul Gurbanova||M.Phil||Loanwords in Turkmen: An OT Approach|
|13||Waleed Oshari||PhD||The Left Periphery in Yemeni Arabic and Standard Arabic: An OT account|
|14||Nagat Aklan||PhD||An OT Account of Acquisition of Prosodic phonology by Yemeni children|
|15||Mohd. Damom||PhD||Cross-Linguistic and Cross-Dialectal Prosody of Yemeni Arabic|
|16||Yusra Yahya||PhD||The Syntax-Phonology Interface in Yemeni Arabic|
|17||Y. Harini||PhD||Processing of Light Verbs by Aphasics|
|S.No||Name of the scholar||Title of the thesis|
|1||Venkanna Itagani||Applying relevance Theory to a Study of Proverbs (Submitted)|
|2||Tanushree Sarkar||Lexical Phonology of Bangla: An OT account (Submitted)|
|3||Sapna Veghese||Case and Number Marking in Early Malayalam (Submitted)|
|4||Abdulgaleel Mohd.||Relativization in Yemeni Arabic|
|5||Jasmine Maria George||The Acquisition of Focus by Malayalam- Speaking Children|
|6||Madhupama P.||The Acquisition of Light Verbs by Telugu-Speaking Children|
|7||Satyaprakash||Lexical Borrowing in Telugu: The Possibilities and Restrictions|
|8||Bitapi Ghosh||The Intonation of Focus in Bangla|
|S.No||Course No.||Level||Course Title|
|1||LS141||M.A. Level 1||Basic Issues in Syntax|
|2||LS 121||M.A. Level 1||Basic Issues in Phonology|
|3||LS 321||M.A. Level 3||Introduction to Optimality Theory|
|4||LS 291||M.A. Level 2||Introduction to Neurolinguistics|
|5||-||B.A||Introduction to Linguistics|
|6||-||PGCTE||Modern English Grammar and Usage|