Dr. Thammaiah R B


Associate Professor





  • THAMMAIAH R.B , “Contemporaneity of Shakespeare’s Tragedies”Lambert Academic Publications,Germany, ISBN: 978-3-659-92246-6, First Edition, 2016
  • THAMMAIAH R.BRecontextualization Of History,Society And Culture:An Indian Approach” Lambert Academic Publications Germany, ISBN: 978-3-659-92432-3 First Edition, 2016
  • Paper titled “Theatre and the Politics of Globalization”, International Conference at Jaipur, Rajasthan University. Organized by ISTR. 4-6 January 2007
  • Paper titled “Socio-Political Scenario of Kannada Theatre”, International Conference at Bangalore University. Organized by ISTR.24- 26 January 2008
  • Paper titled “Women in Shakespearean Tragedies”, International Conference at Delhi J.N.U.University. Organized by ISTR. 28-30 January 2009
  • Paper titled “Nature of Women in Shakespearean Tragedies”, International Conference at S.P.University. Gujrat. 7TH -9TH January 2010.
  • “Contemporaneity of Shakespearean plays in Kannada theatre”, International conference at Hyderabad central University 28th -30th 2011
  • Paper titled “Privatization of highier education in India – threats and challenges”, International conference at Bangalore University  3rd – 5th February 2011
  • Paper titled “Impact of I C T In Theatrical Performance And Theater Education ”, International conference at FLAME School of Performing Arts 9th – 11th February  2012
  • Paper titled Decline and Degeneration of Family as Depicted in a Play by Tennessee Williams presented in 2nd International conference on “Ethno Poetic Expressions In Performing Arts” on 26th April 2013 organized by Department of Performing Arts, Pondicherry University.
  • Paper titled Women of the twelfth century as portrayed by kannada playwrights presented in the Two day International conference on “staging/playing gender: history, theatre and performance” on 27th and 28th march 2013 held by Department of Performing Arts, Bangalore University, Bangalore.
  • Paper titled Absence of feminism in kannada theatre and cinema presented in the International conference on 7th -8thfeb 2014 organised by Garden City College, Bangalore.
  • Paper titled Human Values In The Mythology Ramayana presented in the International conference on 27th November   2015 organized by University of Madras Chennai.
  • Paper titled “Film adoptions of Shakespeare’s works”, National conference at Bangalore University March 26-27, 2010.
  • Paper titled “Translations and adoptions in Kannada theatre (Shakespearean plays)”, National conference at Bangalore University april 7th&8th . 2011
  • Paper titled “ Use of Myth and Rituals In Kannada plays”, National conference at Bangalore University 27th& 28th March .2012
  • Paper titled Many Questions few answers: a study of Dattani’s FINAL SOLUTIONSpresented in the National conference on “Multiplicity of cultures in South Asian Literatures” on 31st august 2012 held by Department of studies and research in English, Tumkur University, Tumkur.
  • Paper titled The cost caste demands: life and times of Basavanna as seen by modern kannada playwrights presented in the Two day National conference on “Post modernism and progressive India: Literary articulations and non literary interventions.” on 22nd and 23rd march 2013 organized by Garden City College, Bangalore.
  • Paper titled The Twelfth Century Secular Movement and the Kannada Theatre presented in the National Conference on “the practice of Social Justice and Higher Education in India” organized byBangalore University SC/ST Teachers’ Association, Bangalore.30th Sept & 1st October 2013.
  • Paper titled Different kinds of Women Exploitation Exposed in Vijay Tendulkar’s ‘KAMALA’ presented in two day National conference on “RE Presenting Human Life, Transmutations in Literature Cinema and Theatre” organised byDepartment of English, Maharani’s Arts Commerce and Management College for Women, Bangalore. 25th& 26thOctober
  • Paper titled “Imparting Social Awareness Through Street Theatre ” presented in two day National conference at Bangalore university held on 13th – 14 th November,2014
  • Paper titled changing times, change judgmentpresented in the state level conference on 7th -8thfeb  2014 organised by B M S  College, Bangalore
  • Paper titled a student centered language learning approach-the national seminar on 11th -12th august  2014 organised by KR Puram GFG  College, Bangalore.
  • Paper titled Socio-cultural and political milieu as seen in shashitharoor’s select novels in the state level conference on 7th -8thfeb  2014 organised by B M S  College, Bangalore
  • Paper titled “Language of A Few Dalit Characters In Kannada Play” two day ugc sponsored national conference on 26th -27th March 2015 organized by al- amen arts, science and commerce college , Bangalore.
  • Paper titled “ Socio – Cultural And Political Milieu As Seen In ShashiTharoor’s Select Novels:” two day national seminar on  7th -8th January 2015 organized by Karnataka state women’s university , vijayapura Andhra Loyola  College, Vijayawada.
  • Paper titled EMERGRNCE of marginalized voices in post-colonial scenario national seminar on 6th-7th January 2016 organised by Andhra Loyola College, Vijayawada.


  • Ph.D on “Treatment of Women In Shakespearean Tragedies-A Study” from Bangalore University.
  • M.Phil on “Indianness in the Select Novels of ShashiTharooor” from Annamalai University
  • MA in English Literature from Bangalore University
  • B.Ed in Teaching Methodology from Bangalore University
  • BA from Bangalore University
  • PGDELT in English Language Teaching from Vinayaka Missions University


  • Organized one Day Faculty Development Program on “Technology Enabled Teaching and Learning in Higher Education” on 6th May, 2014.
  • Organized Two Days workshop for UG Students on “Basic Communication skills” on 18th and 19th of March 2015.
  • Organized one day national Seminar on “Language and its importance in UG level” in collaboration with Bangalore University English Teachers Association (BUETA) on 2nd December 2014.
  • University level NSS personality training camp organized by Bangalore University.NSS Unit on 25th march 2015 to 31st march 2015.
  • Corporate expectation from new entrants organized by RNS College on 13th January 2016.
  • Technology enabled teaching and learning in higher education’ faculty development programme on 6th may 2016 organized  by Vivekananda  Institute Of Management Bengaluru

    Academic interests:

  • English literature
  • English language

    Programs taught:

  • B.Sc
  • BCA
  • BBA
  • B.Com
  • MBA


Title with Page Nos
Reflecting Indianess- ShashiTharoor’s ‘The Great Indian Novel And Show Business’
Page No. 152
International Journal of academic research
ISSN –2348-7666
Contemporaneity of shakespeare’s tragedies. Page no. 105
Jayanthi bilingual
Learning English through Theatre .Page.No-71
The English Class Room
Vol-14 ,Year-2012
ISSN –22502831
Modern questions through ancient myths. Page. No- 107
Theatre Research-2
Year- 2012
ISBN- 978-81-92375
Problems of teaching and learning English in rural environment
The English Class Room
Vol-15 ,Year-2013
Feminism in SunitiNamjoshi’ S Selected fables
International Journal of academic research
ISSN –2348-7666
The absence of feminism in Kannada theatre and cinema.
The cost caste Demands: life and times of basavanna as seen by modern kannada playwrights.Page.No-213
Revisiting roots to counter  Globalization .
page No.210
Reference Book
Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in India
ISBN-  978-93-80626-62-8
Socio-cultural and political milieu as seen in shashitharoor’s select novels. Page no.159
Genres in Indian English novel
Multiplicity of culture in South Asian Literatures
Page.No- 140
National Conference Proceedings.Year- 2012
ISBN 978-2-36247-004-2
Changing Times ,Change Judgments
Page. No-22
Changing worlds and words
Proceedings.Year 2014
ISBN- 978-93-83303-39-7
Mobile phones and language learning. Page no. 53
National seminar on trends and challenges in English language education
Language of a few Dalit Characters in Kannada Plays
Page. No- 22
ELK ,Asia Pacific Journals
A Student Centered Language Learning Approach For UG –A Viable Option
Page. No- 103
Alternative English Syllabus For UG Students- : A Visible Option?
The Challenges Of Employment And Skills Development Against Youths In India
Page. No- 47
The Challenges Faced By Youth In Contemporary Scenario
Social Security Protection For UnorganisedLabourers In India:
Myth, Reality &Amp; Challenges
Social Security and Social Inclusion:
Opportunities and Challenges