Chintakayala Pradgna

Professor, English and other languages, GSHS, VSP

ChintakayalaPradgnahas an M.A. and a Ph.D. in English from Andhra University. Her research interests include Feminist Theory, Gender Studies and Dalit Literature. She has delivered a Guest Lecture on “Buddhish in India,” in Osaka, Japan, organized by the Japan-India Bodhi Society, and been the English Language Expert at the “Modern Terakoya Buddhist Schooling” event organized by Yushouji Temple in Osaka. She was the Resource Person in the “Training of Tutors” for the event on Editing the Module of English Proficiency, organised by the State Council of Educational Research and Training, Government of Andhra Pradesh.

Research Publications
  • Chintakayala, Pradgna. “From Supplication to Self- Assertion: An Overview of Dalit Movement and Literature in Andhra Pradesh.” Dalit Movements and Literature. Prestige Books International, New Delhi. 2011
  • Chintakayala, Pradgna. “Buddha as a Pragmatic Philosopher instituting Social Harmony and Peace.” Buddhism – Social Harmony & World Peace. Sri Bhagwan Publications, Hyderabad. 2010.
  • Chintakayala, Pradgna. “Hindu Code Bill, A Coup De Grace to systemic Gender Exclusion in India.” Social Exclusion, Integration and Inclusive Policies. Rawat Publications, New Delhi. 2010.
Chintakayala Pradgna