Ms. Rabiya Aamir

Assistant Professor ,""
Phone No:051-9265100
Email ID:raamir@numl.edu.pk

Education:
PhD (Literature) In Progress
National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad
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  • Jan 2015-till date: Lecturer  UGS of Department of English Literature and Applied Linguistics NUML Islamabad
  • 27th August 2012- January 2015: Served as Lecturer/  Social Events Deviser/  Focal Person for Research in the Department of English in the Karachi Campus of NUML 
  • August 2011- to August 2012: Served as Lecturer in Mass Communication Department in the Main Campus of NUML Islamabad
  • October 2007--August 2011: Served as Lecturer Lecturer of English Literature in the Graduate studies Department National University of Modern Languages (NUML) Peshawar Campus 
  • 0ctober 2003 --February2005: Taught English and served as Branch Coordinator in Connoisseur Grammar School, Sargodha
  • September 2001 to August 2003: Taught English to higher secondary classes Fazaia Model School Badaber, Peshawar
  • October 1992--January1993: Served as honorary Lecturer in Kinnaird College for Women, Lahore
  • September 1988-- March 1993: Taught the subjects of Physics and Biology to Matric classes in Sacred Heart Convent School, Lahore
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  • Contemporary Literature
  • Post Colonial theory
  • Eighteenth, Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Fiction and Nonfiction
  • Iqbaliyat and Quranic Studies
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  • Aamir, Rabiya. “Narrative Polyphony in Moll Flanders: An Appraisal of Ian Watt’s Critique and Beyond”. The International Journal of Literary, Humanities. (2014).  ISSN 2327-7912 Volume 12. 1-10. www.thehumanities.com.http://ijhl.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.246/prod.64

  • Aamir, Rabiya. (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

  • Aamir, Rabiya. (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

  • Aamir, Rabiya. (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
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