Rabia Aamir

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  •   Department of English UGS
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  •   raamir@numl.edu.pk

Rabia Aamir

Assistant Professor

Mar 2018 - Mar 2019, Awardee of Fellowship at Columbia University, New York, USA under International Research Support Initiative Program (IRSIP). Fellowship awarded by Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan.

Sep 2015, Ph.D. scholar for English Literature, National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad.

Apr 2015 Selected awardee for foreign-funded Scholarship for Post Graduate Scholarships for Faculty Development/ HR Component of PC 1-2nd Batch

Unconditional offer for PhD in English with the Department of English and Related Literature at University of York, UK starting in Oct 2017.

Mar 2013 M PHIL English Literature, Islamia College University, Peshawar. A grade in Dissertation
 

Faculty in the Department of English, National University of Modern Languages, NUML, Islamabad, Pakistan from Oct 2007- till Date

Position: Assistant Professor in Department of English Studies June 2015- Till Date

Publications & Book Contributions

  1. Rabia Aamir. (2020) “Impasse of Kashmir and Recurring Pretexts: A Historiographical Analysis for an Eco-Postcolonial Future,” Policy Perspectives, Institute of Policy Studies, Islamabad. ISSN 1812-1829 Volume 17. Issue No 1. 83-104.
  2. Rabia Aamir. (2020) “Praxis of Perenniality: Emerson’s Self Reliance, Iqbal’s Concept of ‘Khudi,’ and the Modern Times,” Iqbal Review: Journal of the Iqbal Academy Pakistan. ISSN 0021-0773. 21-40.
  3. Rabia Aamir & Zainab Younus. (2018) “Contemporary Native American Literature and the World: Issues, Debates and Representation in Selected Literary Texts,” Pakistan Journal of American Studies; Quaid-e Azam University, Islamabad. ISSN 1011-811X. Volume 36, No. 2 Fall. 39-61.
  4. Rabia Aamir.  (2018) “Shades of Postcolonial Marxism And How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia (2013): A Sociological Concern,” Kashmir Journal Of Language Research (KJLR). ISSN 1028-6640 Volume 21. Issue No 2. 191-202
  5. Rabia Aamir. (June 2018) “Women’s Rights or Ontological Erasure?: A Feminist Insight into Women Protection Bill (2015)” Pakistan Journal of Women’s Studies: Alam-e-Niswan (PAWS). ISSN 1024-1256. Volume 25. Issue No 1. 79-97
  6. Rabiya Aamir. (Dec 2016) “Post 9/11 Pakistan’s Diasporic Fiction: Redefining Boundaries of South Asian Literature” Kashmir Journal Of Language Research (KJLR). ISSN 1028-6640 Volume 19. Issue No 1. 169-179
  7. Rabiya Aamir.  “Narrative Polyphony in Moll Flanders: An Appraisal of Ian Watt’s Critique and Beyond”. The International Journal of Literary Humanities. ISSN 2327-7912 Volume 12. 1-10. (2014) www.thehumanities.com. https://cgscholar.com/bookstore/works/narrative-polyphony-in-moll-flanders?category_id=cgrn

  8. Rabiya Aamir. (2011) “Monseigneur’s despotism and Hashmat's Benevolent despotism: A Recurring Phenomenon”. ARTS AND LETTERS (Research journal of Arts, humanities and literature); ISSN 2218-0168 Volume 11. 44-65.

  9. Rabiya Aamir. (2010) “Narrative Peculiarities in Moll Flanders: An Appraisal of Ian Watt’s Critique and beyond”. ARTS AND LETTERS (Research journal of Arts, humanities and literature); ISSN 2218-0168 Volume 10. 15-33

  10. Rabiya Aamir. (2009) “Arthur Miller’s Crucible: An Outcome of Egregious Malignancies”. Pakistan Journal of American Studies; Quaid-e Azam University, Islamabad. ISSN 1011-811X Volume 27, Nos. 1&2 Spring &Fall. 20-30

  11. Rabiya Aamir. (Jan 2015) “Caged Hearts”. Hum Qadam. Charter for Compassion Pakistan. www.charterfor compassion.org.

     

Contemporary Literature
Poetry
Post-Colonial theory
Literary Theory
Middle Eastern and Kashmiri Literature
Ecocriticism
Postcolonial Environmental Ethic
Eighteenth, Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Fiction and Nonfiction
Iqbaliyat and Quranic Studies

Education

Mar 2018 - Mar 2019, Awardee of Fellowship at Columbia University, New York, USA under International Research Support Initiative Program (IRSIP). Fellowship awarded by Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan.

Sep 2015, Ph.D. scholar for English Literature, National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad.

Apr 2015 Selected awardee for foreign-funded Scholarship for Post Graduate Scholarships for Faculty Development/ HR Component of PC 1-2nd Batch

Unconditional offer for PhD in English with the Department of English and Related Literature at University of York, UK starting in Oct 2017.

Mar 2013 M PHIL English Literature, Islamia College University, Peshawar. A grade in Dissertation
 

Experience

Faculty in the Department of English, National University of Modern Languages, NUML, Islamabad, Pakistan from Oct 2007- till Date

Position: Assistant Professor in Department of English Studies June 2015- Till Date

Publications

Publications & Book Contributions

  1. Rabia Aamir. (2020) “Impasse of Kashmir and Recurring Pretexts: A Historiographical Analysis for an Eco-Postcolonial Future,” Policy Perspectives, Institute of Policy Studies, Islamabad. ISSN 1812-1829 Volume 17. Issue No 1. 83-104.
  2. Rabia Aamir. (2020) “Praxis of Perenniality: Emerson’s Self Reliance, Iqbal’s Concept of ‘Khudi,’ and the Modern Times,” Iqbal Review: Journal of the Iqbal Academy Pakistan. ISSN 0021-0773. 21-40.
  3. Rabia Aamir & Zainab Younus. (2018) “Contemporary Native American Literature and the World: Issues, Debates and Representation in Selected Literary Texts,” Pakistan Journal of American Studies; Quaid-e Azam University, Islamabad. ISSN 1011-811X. Volume 36, No. 2 Fall. 39-61.
  4. Rabia Aamir.  (2018) “Shades of Postcolonial Marxism And How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia (2013): A Sociological Concern,” Kashmir Journal Of Language Research (KJLR). ISSN 1028-6640 Volume 21. Issue No 2. 191-202
  5. Rabia Aamir. (June 2018) “Women’s Rights or Ontological Erasure?: A Feminist Insight into Women Protection Bill (2015)” Pakistan Journal of Women’s Studies: Alam-e-Niswan (PAWS). ISSN 1024-1256. Volume 25. Issue No 1. 79-97
  6. Rabiya Aamir. (Dec 2016) “Post 9/11 Pakistan’s Diasporic Fiction: Redefining Boundaries of South Asian Literature” Kashmir Journal Of Language Research (KJLR). ISSN 1028-6640 Volume 19. Issue No 1. 169-179
  7. Rabiya Aamir.  “Narrative Polyphony in Moll Flanders: An Appraisal of Ian Watt’s Critique and Beyond”. The International Journal of Literary Humanities. ISSN 2327-7912 Volume 12. 1-10. (2014) www.thehumanities.com. https://cgscholar.com/bookstore/works/narrative-polyphony-in-moll-flanders?category_id=cgrn

  8. Rabiya Aamir. (2011) “Monseigneur’s despotism and Hashmat's Benevolent despotism: A Recurring Phenomenon”. ARTS AND LETTERS (Research journal of Arts, humanities and literature); ISSN 2218-0168 Volume 11. 44-65.

  9. Rabiya Aamir. (2010) “Narrative Peculiarities in Moll Flanders: An Appraisal of Ian Watt’s Critique and beyond”. ARTS AND LETTERS (Research journal of Arts, humanities and literature); ISSN 2218-0168 Volume 10. 15-33

  10. Rabiya Aamir. (2009) “Arthur Miller’s Crucible: An Outcome of Egregious Malignancies”. Pakistan Journal of American Studies; Quaid-e Azam University, Islamabad. ISSN 1011-811X Volume 27, Nos. 1&2 Spring &Fall. 20-30

  11. Rabiya Aamir. (Jan 2015) “Caged Hearts”. Hum Qadam. Charter for Compassion Pakistan. www.charterfor compassion.org.

     

Interests

Contemporary Literature
Poetry
Post-Colonial theory
Literary Theory
Middle Eastern and Kashmiri Literature
Ecocriticism
Postcolonial Environmental Ethic
Eighteenth, Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Fiction and Nonfiction
Iqbaliyat and Quranic Studies