Dr. Jamil Asghar

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Phone No:051-9265100
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Education:
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2014                PhD in English (Linguistics)

Thesis Title: “An Analytical Study of Domestication in V.G. Kiernan’s Translation of Muhammad Iqbal’s Poetry into English.”

National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad.

2013                Research Fellowship in Linguistics (under the prominent linguist John H. Ross)

                        Area of Research: Postmodern Constructionist Discourses and Their Discontents.

                        University of North Texas, USA.

2010                MA Philosophy (Distinction)

                        University of the Punjab, Lahore.

2007                MA Political Science (Distinction)

                        University of the Punjab, Lahore.

2002                MA English (Linguistics & Literature)

                        National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad.

2000                Bachelor of Arts

                        University of the Punjab, Lahore.

1998                Diploma in Commerce                                             

                        Punjab Board of Technical Education Lahore

1996                Matric

                        Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Islamabad

24/6/2015 to date                    Assistant Professor at National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad

10/2/2006 to 23/06/2015         Lecturer at National University of Modern Language, Islamabad

18/8/2004 to 9/2/2006             Research Officer at GIK Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology

4/9/2002 to 17/8/2004             Lecturer at National University of Modern Languages Islamabad

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 Translation Studies, Postcolonial Studies, Postmodernism, Literary Theory, Philosophy
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1. Asghar, J. (2016). Banishing Urdu as a Medium of Instruction from Pakistan: An Appraisal of Loss and Gain. Mayar. International Islamic University, Islamabad. 16 (5), 15-28.

2. Asghar, J. (2016). The Vanishing Face of Pakistani Literature. Mayar. International Islamic University, Islamabad. 16(4), 45-56.

3. Asghar, J. (2016). Teacher, Text and Thinking. Journal of Research in Social Sciences. National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad. 4(2), 41-52. 

4. Asghar, J. (2016). Re-envisioning the Question of Postcolonial Muslim Identity: Challenges and Opportunities. Journal of Research (Humanities). University of the Punjab, Lahore. LII (2), 81-96.

5. Asghar, J. (2015). Power Dynamics and Ideology in V. G. Kiernan`s Translation of Iqbal`s Poetry. Kashmir Journal of Language Research. The University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Muzaffarabad. 18(2), 61-72.

6. Asghar, J. & Shahzad, K. (2015). The Rewiring of the Human Brain: A Critique of Cyber-Culture and its Effects on Our Thinking Abilities. The Journal of Institute of Social Science. Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan. 2(2). 13-23.

7. Asghar, J. (2015). The Power Politics of Translation: A Study of Translation-Ideology Nexus. NUML Journal of Critical Inquiry. National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad. 13(2), 32-49.

8. Asghar, J. (2014). Postcolonial South Asian Literature and the Quest for Identity. NUML Journal of Critical Inquiry. National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad. 12(2), 57-71.

9. Asghar, J. (2012). The Postmodernist Relativization of Truth: A Critique. Islamic Studies. Islamic Research Institute, International Islamic University, Islamabad. 51(3), 295-312.

10.  Asghar, J. (2008). Falsifiability of Science and Transcendentalism of Religion. Islamic Studies.Islamic Research Institute, International  Islamic University, Islamabad. 47(4), 511-526.

11.  Asghar, J. & Mehmood, S. (2005). Time to Disorientalize the Orient. Research Magazine. National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad. 2, 23-31.

12.  Asghar, J. (2004). The Problem of Enrichment and Urdu. Research Magazine. National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad. 1(Winter), 36-47.

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1. International Conference on Emerging Trends of Researching Language, Linguistics and Literature on December 16, 2015 at Air University, Islamabad. 
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1. Subaltern Unless Translated presented at the International Conference on Emerging Trends of Researching Language, Linguistics and Literature on December 16, 2015 at Air University, Islamabad.

2. The Scientific Bias and the Plight of Social Sciences presented at the International Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities on October 19, 2015 at National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad.

3. Translating Iqbal into English: Issues and Challenges presented at the National Commemoration Conference on Allama Iqbal on April 29, 2015 at National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad.

4. South Asian Literature, the Question of Identity and the Challenge of Constructionism presented at the National Conference Globalization and The Postcolonial South Asian Writings in English on March 31, 2015 at National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad.

5. Civilization and the Question of Identity presented at The Seminar on the Role of Dr A. H. Dani in Building Cultural Identity in Pakistan on January 28, 2014 at Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad.

6. Postmodernism, Verificationist Epistemology and the Constriction of Knowledge presented at Contemporary Issues in Management-A Multi topic Conference on May 17, 2009 at Mohammad Ali Jinnah University Islamabad.

7. Language Minority Families in America and Depoliticization of Bilingual Education — A Study of Migrant and Metropolitan Demographies presented at the 11th International American Studies Conference on November 21, 2008 at Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad.

8. Application of Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences (MI) to ELT in Pakistan — An Appraisal of Prospects and Problems presented at ELT Seminar 2008 on June 12, 2008 at NED University of Engineering & Technology Karachi.

9. Developing Critical Literacy through Reflective Teaching in Pakistan: A Case for Radical Pedagogy presented at the 1st International Conference on Empowering Teachers: Practices and Possibilities on March 3, 2008 at Fatimah Jinnah Women University Rawalpindi.  

10.  Marxist Literary Criticism–Perspectives and Prospects presented at A Workshop on Literary Issues on September 20, 2007 at National University of Modern Languages Islamabad. 

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