Dr. Tariq Rahman
(Professor & Dean, SE)
LIST OF RELEVANT PUBLICATIONS
BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS (Total 16)
Only research publications (08) and one other book are mentioned below.
- 1990. Pakistani English: The Linguistic Description of a Non-Native Variety of English Islamabad: National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University. 2nd Edition, 2010.
- 1991. A History of Pakistani Literature in English Lahore: Vanguard Books (Pvt) Ltd.
- 1996. Language and Politics in Pakistan Karachi: Oxford University Press. Paperback reprinted, 1998, 2000, 2003 & 2006. Indian edition by Orient Longman, Delhi, 2007. Latest Edition for Pakistan, Lahore: Sang-e-Meel, 2011.
- 1999. Language, Education and Culture Karachi: Oxford University Press. Paperback reprinted, 2000 & 2003. Reprinted as Language, Education and Culture in Pakistan Islamabad: Chair on Quaid-i-Azam and Freedom Movement, NIPS, 2011.
- 2002. Language, Ideology and Power: Language-Learning Among the Muslims of Pakistan and North India Karachi: Oxford University Press. Revised edition published by Orient Longman, Delhi, 16 Jan 2008.
- 2004. Denizens of Alien Worlds: A Study of Education, Inequality and Polarization in Pakistan (Karachi: Oxford University Press, 2004 Reprinted 2006), pp. 210
- 2010. Language Policy, Identity and Religion: Aspects of the Civilization of the Muslims of Pakistan and North India Islamabad: Chair on Quaid-i-Azam and Freedom Movement, National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University. 1st ed. January, 2nd ed. June 2010.
- 2010 Linguistics for Beginners: Basic Concepts Karachi: Oxford University Press. (Indian Edition An Introduction to General Linguistics Delhi: Orient Blackswan, 2010. Based on a smaller version of 1997 published by Vanguard Press).
- 2011 From Hindi to Urdu: A Social and Political History Delhi: Orient Blackswan (for sale only in India). World edition Karachi: Oxford University Press.
EDITED AND COMPILED BOOKS
- 1995. (ed). Pakistani Sufi Poets Islamabad: Academy of Letters. [edited & introduced]
- 2004. Language and Education: Selected Documents 1870-2003 Islamabad: Chair on Quaid-i-Azam and Freedom Movement, Quaid-i-Azam University
CONTRIBUTIONS TO BOOKS (Total 30)
Encyclopedia Articles are given in Bold. Contributions also published as journal articles have been counted only once.
- 1988. `Teaching Literature: Prose', Teaching of English (Islamabad: Allama Iqbal Open University, pp.166-181. [This is a Unit of Distance Teaching for the B. Ed Course of the Open University].
- `The Appreciation of English Poetry', ibid, 183- 210. [As above it is a part of the course for teachers who want to teach poetry].
- `Punctuation, Comprehension and Precis-writing'.
- 1991. `Higher Education for the Future', Pakistan 2000 A.D .ed R. M Hussain (Islamabad: Pakistan Futuristics Institute), 205-214.
- `English Bibliography 1993', in Kitabiat Pakistani Adab 1993 [Urdu/English: Bibliography: Pakistani Literature] (Islamabad: Academy of Letters, 1994), pp. 221-238.
- `Introduction' to The Sufi Poets of Pakistan with brief biographical notes on the poets, Islamabad: The Pakistan Academy of Letters, 1995.
- The following entries in Encyclopedia of Post-Colonial Literatures in English Vols 1 and 2:
- Hanif Kureishi, Vol 1, pp. 788-789.
- Life Writing, Vol 1, pp. 875-877.
- Short Fiction, Vol 2, pp.1474-1476.
- `Language, Ethnicity and Security', Chapter in Rethinking Security, Rethinking Development (ed) Nauman Naqvi Islamabad: Sustainable Development Policy Institute, 1996. pp. 188-196. Also in Text in Education and Society (eds) Allisen, Desmond et. al (Singapore: Singapore University Press, 1999, pp. 238-245). [Paper presented at a conference in the National University of Singapore, September, 1996].
- 1997. `Introduction' to Daud Kamal : A Selection of Verse Karachi: Oxford University Press.
- ‘West Pakistani Percetions of the Bengali Language Movement’. In Riaz Ahmed Led), Pakistan Scholars on Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah (Islamabad: Quaid-i-Azam Lhair (NIPSI, 1999), pp. 232-248. [Revised vision in Ahmed Salim ed It is My Mother’s Face: Selected Readings on Bengali Language Movement (Lahore: Sangh, 2006), pp. 219-236).
- 2000.’Pakistani Universities: Past, Present and Future’. Chapter 11 in Inayatullah, Sohail and Gidley, Jennifer (eds), The University in Transformation: Global Perspectives on the Futures of the University (Westport, Connecticut. London: Bergin & Garvey, 2000), pp 125-136.
- 2000. ‘Langues et enseignement’. Chapter 12 in Jaffrelot, Christophe (ed), Le Pakistan (Paris: Librarie Artheme Fayard, 2000), pp. 423-4[Trans. from English by the editor].
- 2001. ‘Language, Knowledge and Inequality’. Chapter 13 in Abbi, Anvita; Gupta R. S; Kidwai, Ayesha (eds), Linguistic Structure and Language Dynamics in South Asia (Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas, 2001), 185-196 [8th Roundtable of South Asian Language Analysis, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, 4-6 January 1997].
- ‘Introduction’ to Tales of the Punjab Told by the People (1894). Edited by Flora Annie Steel. Karachi: Oxford University, 2002, pp. ix-xvii.
- ‘The Language of the Salariat’, Chapter 4 of The Post-Colonial State and Social Transformation in India and Pakistan. Edited by. S.M Naseem and Khalid Nadvi. Karachi: Oxford University Press, 2002. pp. 97-128.
- ‘English Teaching Institutions in Pakistan’. Chapter 3 of Language Policy Planning and Practice: A South Asian Perspective Ed. Sabiha Mansoor, Shaheen |Meraj and Aliya Tahir. Karachi: OUP, 2004.
- ‘Education in Pakistan: A Survey’. (ed) Craig Baxter Pakistan on the Brink: Politics, Economics and Society London, Boulder, Toronto and Oxford: Lexington Books, 2004. pp. 171-190.
- ‘Language, Power and Ideology in Pakistan’, Kukreja, Veena and Singh, M.P (eds). Pakistan: Democracy, Development and Security Issues. (New Delhi and London: Sage, 2005), pp. 108-122.
- ‘Reasons for rage: reflections on the education system of Pakistan with special reference to English’ Hathaway, Robert M. (ed), Education Reform in Pakistan: Building for the Future Washington, DC: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 2005. pp. 87-106. Revised version as ‘The Politics of Knowledge: Language, Education and the Potential for Violence in Pakistan’ Rahman, Tariq Education Under Globalization: The Case of Pakistan Islamabad: Actionaid, 2006. pp. 48-64. A smaller version in Saeed Shafqat (ed) New Perspectives on Pakistan: Visions for the future (OUP 2007), pp. 122-151. Also published as ‘The Educational Caste System: A Survey of Schooling and Polarization in Pakistan’ Chapter 10 in Globalization, Modernization and Education in Muslim Countries (ed) Rukhsana, Zia (New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc. 2006) pp. 151-163.
- ‘Islamic/Muslim Languages in South Asia’, Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics 2nd edition. (ed) Vol 8, Entry 4218, p 409. Keith Brown, Oxford: Elsevier, 2006.
- ‘Ahmed Ali (1908-1994), pp. 15-19 and ‘Taufiq Rafat (1927-1998), pp. 281-284 Entries in Dictionary of Literary Biography Vol. 323, South Asian Writing in English London: Bruccoli Clark Layman Book, Thomson Gale, 2006.
- ‘Language Policy, Multilingualism and Language Vitality in Pakistan’. In Trends in Linguistics: Lesser-Known Languages of South Asia-Status and Policies, Case Studies and Applications of Information Technology (eds) Saxena, Anju and Borin, Lars (Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 2006), pp. 73-104.
- ‘The Role of English in Pakistan with Special Reference to Tolerance and Militancy’. In Tsui, Amy B. M. and Tollefson, James W (eds), Language Policy, Culture, and Identity in Asian Contexts (London and New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers 2007), Chapter 12, pp. 219-239.
- ‘Language Policy in Pakistan’ In Encyclopedia of Language and Education second edition (eds) Stephen May and Nancy H. Hornberger New York: Springer, pp. 383-392.
- ‘Madrasas: The Potential for Violence in Pakistan?’ in Jamal Malik (ed) Madrasa in South Asia: Teaching Terror? (London: Routledge, 2008), pp. 61-84.
- ‘Abd al-Haqq Baba-yi Urdu’, Encyclopedia of Islam. E.J. Brill. Revised 2009 edition.
- ‘The History of Arabic in South Asia’, Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics Gen .ed. KEES VERSTEEGH Vol-III (London: Brill, 2008), pp. 506-512.
- ‘Language Problems and Politics in Pakistan’. In Handbook of South Asian Politics: India Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal, Edited by Paul Brass (London & New York: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2010), pp. 232-246.
- ‘The Education System in Pakistan with Respect to Inequality’ in Shaping a Nation An Examination of Education in Pakistan eds. Stephen Lyon and Lain Edgar (Karachi: Oxford University Press 2010), 231-261.
- ‘English as Linguistic Capital in a Globalizing World’. In English Language Education in South Asia (eds) Lesley Farrell, Udaya Narayana Singh and Ram Ashishgiri (Delhi: Cambridge University Press under the imprint of Foundation Books, 2011), pp. 221-232.
Journal Articles (93 but only those in ‘W’ and ‘X’ categories of HEC are given below)
HEC CATEGORY ‘W’
(Peer-reviewed, indexed journals with impact factor from industrially advanced countries: USA, UK and Europe with indices given in brackets. The impact factors of previous five years average is given in square brackets).
- ‘Eplebophilia and the Creation of a Spiritual Myth in the Works of Ralph Nicholas Chubb’, Journal of Homosexuality [New York] Vol-20: Nos. ½ (1990), pp. 103-127 [Impact factor 0.752]
- `Language and Politics in a Pakistan Province: The Sindhi Language Movement' Asian Survey [University of California, Berkeley] 35: 11 (November 1995), 1005-1016. [Impact factor 0.446]
- 'Language of the Proto-Historic Indus Valley', The Mankind Quarterly [USA]36: Nos. 3 & 4(Spring/Summer 1996), 221-246 [Impact factor 0.269]
- The Urdu-English Controversy in Pakistan', Modern Asian Studies [Cambridge, UK] 31: 1 (1997), 177-207. [Impact factor 0.438]
- ‘Language and Ethnicity in Pakistan’, Asian Survey [USA] Vol. XXXVII, No. 9 (September 1997), 833-839. . [Impact factor 0.446]
- ‘Transforming the Colonial Legacy: the Future of the Pakistani University’, Futures, [U.K] Vol.30:No. 7 (1998), 669-680. [Impact factor 1.080]
- ‘Language Ideology, Identity and the commodification of Language in the Call Centers of Pakistan’, Language in Society, [Cambridge University Press UK, USA] (2009), pp. 233-228. [Impact factor 1.210]
Total impact factor of above journal articles: 4.641
Total impact factor including book reviews/ review articles: 9.621
HEC CATEGORY ‘X’
(Peer-reviewed, indexed journals from industrially advanced countries: USA, UK, Europe, Australia and Japan with indices given in brackets. Without impact factor)
8.1 `The Homosexual Aspect of Forster's A Passage to India', Studies in English Literature [Tokyo] (Mar, 1984), pp.37-54.
9.2 `Edward Carpenter and D. H. Lawrence', American Notes & Queries [University of Kentucky USA] (Sept-Oct, 1985), pp.18- 20.
10.3 `E. M. Forster and Ghalib', American Notes & Queries [USA] (Jan- Feb, 1985), pp. 80-81.
11.4 ‘Edward Carpenter's From Adam's Peak to Elephanta as a Source of E. M. Forster's A Passage to India’, Forum for Modern Language Studies [University of St. Andrews, U.K] 22: 1 (Jan, 1986), pp.10-15.
12.5 ‘Edward Carpenter and E. M. Forster’, Durham University Journal [England] (Dec, 1986), pp.59-69.
13.6 `The Use of the Millenarian Myth in E. M. Forster's Howards End', Studies in English Literature [Tokyo] (Mar, 1987), pp.33-60.
14.7 `E. M. Forster's Breakaway From the Ephebophilic Literary Tradition', Etudes Anglaises [Paris] 3 (July-Sep, 1987), pp.267-278.
15.8 `The Literary Treatment of Indian Themes in the Works of Edward Carpenter', Durham University Journal [UK] 53: 1 (Dec, 1987), pp.77-81.
16.9 `A Study of the Under Plot in E. M. Forster's Where Angels Fear to Tread', Studies in English Literature [Tokyo] (Mar-Apr, 1988), pp.97-105. 17.10 `The Significance of Oriental Poetry in E. M. Forster's A Passage to India', Durham University Journal (Dec, 1988), pp.101-110.
18.11 `Zulfikar Ghose and the Land of His Birth', Review of Contemporary Fiction [University of New Mexico] 9: 2(Summer, 1989), pp.179-187.
19.12 `Boy love in the Urdu Ghazal' Annual of Urdu Studies, [Chicago University, USA] (1990) pp. 1-20]. 20.13 `A Study of E. M. Forster's Maurice', Durham University Journal [UK] 51: 1 (Jan, 1990), pp. 81-87.
21.14 `Maurice and the Longest Journey', Studies in English Literature [Tokyo] (Mar, 1990), pp.57-75.
22.15 `A Short History of the Pakistani Novel in English', Commonwealth Novel in English 3: 2 (Fall 1990), 143-159.].
23.16 ‘Linguistic Deviation as a Stylistic Device in Pakistani English Fiction’, Journal of Commonwealth Literature (UK), 25: 1 (1990) pp. 1-11.
24.17 `Politics in the Novels of Salman Rushdie', The Commonwealth Review [New Delhi] 1: 2 (1990), pp.102-117. Also in Commonwealth Novel in English 4: 1 (Spring 1991), 24-37.
25.18 `The Under Plot in E. M. Forster's The Longest Journey', Durham University Journal [UK] 52: 1 (Jan, 1991), pp.59-67.
26.19 `Syed Ross Masood and A Passage to India', American Notes and Queries [University of Kentucky, USA] 4: 2 (April, 1991), pp.78-81.
27.20 `The Double plot in E. M. Forster's A Room With a View', Cahiers Victoriens et Edouardiens [France] 33 (1991), 43- 62. 28.21 `The Use of Words in Pakistani English', English Today (Cambridge, UK) 7: 2 (Apr 1991), pp. 32-38.
29.22 `The Phonetic and Phonological Features of Pakistani English', World Englishes (Oxford; U.K), 10: 1 (Spring, 1991), pp. 83-95.
30.23 `Critical Prejudices to Aspects of Partition Literature: Universal Versus Ethnocentric Values', The Toronto South Asian Review [Canada] 11: 1 (Summer 1992), 69-78.
31.24 `The Siraiki Language Movement in Pakistan, Language Planning and Language Problems 19: 1 (February 1995) [New York & Berlin]
32.25 `The Pashto Language Movement in Pakistan', Contemporary South Asia [UK] 4:2 (July 1995), 151-170.
33.26 `British Language Policies and Imperialism in India', Language Problems and Language Planning [UK] 20: 2 (Summer 1996), 91-115.
34.27 `The Balochi/Brahvi Language Movements in Pakistan' Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies 19: 3 (Spring 1996), 71-88.
35.28 `The Punjabi Language Movement in Pakistan', The International Journal of the Sociology of Language. [Germany] 122 (1996). [Also see http://www.apna.org.com/ articles/rahman 2.html]
36.29 `The Medium of Instruction Controversy in Pakistan' [U.K] Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development Vol. 18:2, 1997, 145-154.
37.30 `Linguistics in Pakistan [Canada]: A Country Report', in The Yearbook of South Asian Languages & Linguistics (ed) Rajindra Singh (Delhi: Sage Publications, 1998), 184-196. 1-33.
38.31 ‘The Politics of Urdu in India’, Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies [USA] XXII: 2 (Winter 1999), 38-60.
39.32 ‘The Decline of Persian in British India’, South Asia [Australia] Vol. XXII, No. 1 (1999) 63-77.
40.33 ‘The Teaching of Urdu in British India’, The Annual of Urdu Studies, [USA] Number 15 part 1, (2000), 31-56.
41.34 ‘The Language of Employment: The Case of Pakistan’, Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies [USA] Vol. XXIII, No. 4 (Summer 2000) pp. 62-87.
42.35 `Language-Teaching and World View in Urdu Medium Schools in Pakistan', The Year Book of South Asian Languages and Linguistics [Canada] 2000, pp. 173-184.
43.36 ‘The Teaching of Arabic to the Muslims of South Asia’, Islamic Studies [Islamabad, Pakistan] Vol. 39: No. 3 (Autumn 2000), pp. 399-443
44.37 ‘The Learning of Balochi and Brahvi in Pakistan; Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies [USA] Vol. 24: No. 4 (Summer 2001), 45-59.
45.38 ‘The Project of Respectability: Changes in Language Textbooks in British India’, South Asia [Australia]Vol. 24, No. 2 (2001), 29-51 December 2001.
46.39 ‘Islamic Texts in the Indigenous Languages of Pakistan’, Islamic Studies [Pakistan] Vol. 40: No. 1 (Spring 2001), pp. 25-48
47.40 ‘Language Learning and Power: A Theoretical Approach’, International Journal of the Sociology of Language [Germany] 152 (2001), 1-
48.41 ‘The Learning of Pashto in North India and Pakistan: A Historical Account’ Journal of Asian History [USA] 35 /2 (2001), 158-187.
49.42 ‘English-Teaching Institutions in Pakistan’, Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development [UK] 22: 3 (2001), 242-261.
50.43 ‘The Learning of Punjabi by Punjabi Muslims: A Historical Account’, International Journal of Punjab Studies [UK] Vol. 8: No. 2 (July-Dec 2001), pp. 187-224. (also on www.apna.org).
51.44 ‘Government Policies and the Politics of the Teaching of Urdu in Pakistan’, Annual of Urdu Studies [USA] No 17 (2002), pp. 95-124.
52.45 ‘Language, Power and Ideology’, Economic and Political Weekly [Mumbai] Vol XXXVII: No 44 & 45 (November 2002) pp 4556-4560. Also on internet published electronically in Canada. (www.teluq.uquebec.ca/diverseiteentree.htm) Another version called ‘Language-Teaching and Power in Pakistan’, Indian Social Science Review Vol.5: No.1 (Jan-Jun 2003), 45-61.
53.46. ‘Denizens of Alien Worlds: a survey of Students and Teachers at Pakistan’s Urdu and English language-medium schools, and madrassa’, Contemporary South Asia 13 (3), (September 2004) 327-346.
54.47 ‘The Muslim Response to English in South Asia: With Special Reference to Inequality, Intolerance and Militancy in Pakistan’, Journal of Language, Identity and Education4:2 (2005), 119-135.
55.48 ‘Urdu as an Islamic Language’, Annual of Urdu Studies Vol. 21 (2006), 101-119.
56.49 ‘Urdu in Hyderabad State’, Annual of Urdu Studies, [University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA] Vol. 23(2008), pp. 36-54
57.50 ‘Munazarah Literature in Urdu: An Extra-curricular Educational Input in Pakistan’s Religious Education’, Islamic Studies 47:2 (2008), 197-220
58.51 The Events of 1857 in Contemporary writings in Urdu’, South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies. [Australia], (2009) Vol. 32 No. 2 pp. 212-229
59.52 ‘The language of love: a Study of the Amorous and Erotic Associations of Urdu’, Cracow Indological Studies [Poland] Vol. 11 pp. 29-65.
60.53 ‘Urdu and the Muslim Identity: ‘Standardization of Urdu in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries’, Annual of Urdu Studies, Vol 25, (2010), pp. 83-107.
The impact factors of previous five years average is given in square brackets. Out of over 300 book reviews, only the ones in scholarly, indexed, abstracted or peer reviewed journals are given below:
- ‘Race Relations in Pakistani Literature in English. Revs. Hanif Kureishi, Borderline (1981); Birds of Panage (1983); My beautiful Launderette (1986) and Tariq Mehmood, Hand on the Sun (1983). In CRNLE Reviews Journal [Flinders University, Australia] Nos. 182 (1988), pp. 140-145. [Peer reviewed]
- ‘Rev. Bapsi Sidhwa: Ice. Candy Man (1988). In World Lit Today [U.S] (Autumn 1988), pp. 732-733. [Soc. Sc. Hum. Ind; Bk. Rev. Ind; Guide to Reviews of Books from and about Hispanic America; Hispanica American Periodicals Ind; Arts. Hum. Cit. Ind; Int. Bibliog book Reviews].
- ‘Pioneering Art’, Rev. Iftekhar Arif, The Twelfth Man: Poems (1989). In Third World Quarterly [London] Vol. 11: No. 4 (October 1989), pp. 303-304 [Int. Pol. Sc. Abstr; Curr. Cont; ABC Pol Sc; PAIS; Int Dev Abstr; Dev Ind; Soc. Sc. Lit. Ind; Br. Hum. Ind; Sociol. Abstr; Hist. Abstr].
- ‘Rev. Ahmed Ali, Selected Poems (ed) Klaus Stuckert. In World Literature Today [U.S] (Aulamn 1989), pp. 743-744 [Soc. Sc. Hum. Ind; Bk. Rev. Ind; Guide to Reviews of Books from and about Hispanic America; Hispanica American Periodicals Ind; Arts. Hum. Cit. Ind; Int. Bibliog book Reviews].
- ‘Rev. Adam Zameenzad, Love Bones and Water (1989). In World Lit Today [U.S] (Spring 1990), pp. 365-366. [as above].
- Rev. The Penguin Book of Modern Indian Short Stories (ed) Wimal Dissanayake (1989). In World Lit Today [USA] (Winter 1991), pp. 187-188 [Soc. Sc. Hum. Ind; Bk. Rev. Ind; Guide to Reviews of Books from and about Hispanic America; Hispanica American Periodicals Ind; Arts. Hum. Cit. Ind; Int. Bibliog book Reviews].
- `Sociolinguistic Survey of Northern Pakistan'. Review Article. Language: Journal of the Linguistic Society of America Vol.70: No.4 (December 1994). [AICP, Chic. Per. Ind; Hum. Ind; Ind. Bk. Rev. Hum; Lang. Teach; Ling. Abstr; Psychol. Abstr; Soc. Sc. Cit. Ind] [Impact factor 2.646]
- Pattanayak, D. R (ed.) Multilingualism in India Clevedon/Philadelphia: Multilingual Matters, 1990. In Language Problems & Language Planning [Holland] 20: 3 (Fall 1996), pp. 277-280. [MLA; Socio. Abstr; Int. Pol. Sc. Abstr.; Amer. Bibl. Slavic & E. Eur. Stud; CIJE; Cont. Pg: Educ; Lang. Teach & Ling. Abstr; Mult. Ed. Abstr; SOPODA].
- Rajendra Singh, Linguistic Theory, Language Contact, and Modern Hindustani Peter Lang, 1995. In Meta [Canada] Vol. 43: No. 2 (June 1998), 325-326. [Curr. Cont; Arts. Hum. Cit. Ind].
- Review of Thomas Ricento (ed.), Ideology, Politics and language policies: Focus on English. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2000. In Language in Society (Cambridge U.K) Vol 31 No 2 (April 2002). pp. 288-290. [ASCA; ASSIA; Abstr. Anthro; Anthro. Lit; Arts & Hum. Cit. Ind; Bibl. Eng. Lang &Lit; Bibl. Ling; Bk. Rev. Ind; CIJE; Chic. Per. Ind; Br. Educ. Ind; Curr. Cont; E.I; SOPODA; SSCI; Socio. Abstr; PCI; Psychol. Abstr; Sp. Ed. Needs. Abstr; Sociol. Educ. Abstr]. [Impact factor 1.210]
- Rev. Edward Conzel. A Short History of Buddhism (1980) Repr. 1996). In Islamic Studies (Islamabad) Vol. 41: No 2 (Summer 2002), pp. 356-359.
- Rev. Mehrzad Bouroujerdi, Iranian Intellectuals and the West; the Tovmented Triumph of Nativism (1996). In Islamic Studies (Islamabad) Vol. 42. No. 1 (Spring 2003), pp. 176-179.
- Rev. Roots of the Islamic Revolution in Iran: Four Lectures by Hamid Algar. New York: Islamic Publications 2001. In Islamic Studies 42: 4 (Winter 2003) 711-714.
- Book Rev. of Language Planning in Higher Education: A Case Study of Pakistan by Sabiha Mansoor in TESOL Quarterly Vol 41: No. 2 (June 2007) 433-436. [Impact factor 1.124]
- Book Rev. Redefining Urdu Politics in India (ed) Athar Farouqui in Annual of Urdu Studies, No. 22.(2007), 295-300. [Universtiy of Wisconsin-Madison, USA].
- Book Rev. Nicholas Ostler, Empires of the Word: A Language History of the World. London: Harper Collin Publishers, 2005. pp 615. In Language Policy (2008) 7:75-79.
- Book Rev. Anna Suvorova, Early Urdu Theatre: Traditions and Transformations, Lahore: National College of Arts, 2009. In Annual of Urdu Studies no. 25 (2010), 296-297.
Total impact factor of above (Book reviews & Review article): 4.980
SUPERVISION OF RESEARCH
8.1.1. Naureen Talha, ‘Economic Factors in the Making of Pakistan’, Ph. D Thesis, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad. 1985.
8.1.2 Sabiha Mansoor, ‘The Role of English in Higher Education in Pakistan’, Ph. D University of Reading, U.K, 2002 [As co-supervisor in Pakistan].
8.1.3 Lubna Ali, ‘Foreign Policy of A Post-Revolutionary State: A Case Study of Iran, 1979-2002’, QAU, 2003.
8.2 M. Phil
8.2.1 Ijlal Hussain Shah, ‘The Pragmatics of Formality and Politeness in Burushaski and Shia’, M. Phil, QAU, 1994.
8.2.2 Sajid Awan, ‘Divergent Attitudes and Fertility Trends in Pakistan’, M. Phil, QAU, 1997.
8.2.3 Azmat Ullah Raja, ‘Hamood-Ur-Rehman Commission Report: An Analysis’, M. Phil, QAU, 2003.
8.3.1 Mariam Durrani, ‘Impact of Modernization on Hindko’, M.Sc Anthropology, QAU, 1995.
8.3.2 Najia Hyder, ‘Language as a Means of Influencing Power’, M.Sc Anthropology, QAU, 1995.
8.3.3 Yaqub ul Hasan, ‘Azad Kashmir Mein Kashmiri Zaban ke Masail aur us ka Mustaqlil’ [Urud: The Problems and Prospects of Kashmiri in Azad Kashmir] M.Sc, Allama Iqbal Open University, 1991.
CITATION OF MY WORK
Citations in Google.Scholar.com 640+
- Only Google Scholar.com has been consulted.
- Citations in dissertations are not included.
- Self citations in Google scholar.com are included but those not given in that data base have been ignored.
Ms. Qaisera Sheikh
Head, Teacher Education Department
Sheikh,Q,A.(In press) “ Pakistani English- A New Linguistic Identity” in Pakistan Journal of History and Culture, Islamabad.( On the HEC list of approved journals).
Ms. Qaisera Sheikh has enrolled as Ph.D. Research Fellow at University of Education.
Assistant Professor, SE
- Dar, Fatima. (2012). Let language run its natural course. SPELT Quarterly, Vol 27-No.1, 13-16
- Dar, Fatima. (2000). Teaching and writing poetry. SPELT Quartely, Vol 15: No 2, 13-19
- Dar, Fatima. (2002, July 14). Emotional intelligence and literature. DAWN
- Dar, Fatima. (2002) Private Schools Teacher training Programs: Learning from the experience of two school systems: In Abbas Rashid. (Ed.) SAHE Education Watch Report 2002: Learning to Teach.
- Dar, Fatima. (2003). Developing emotional intelligence through literature. SPELT Quartely, Vol 18 – No. 1, 20-22
- Dar, Fatima (2003). English Language teaching through e-mail. In, Sabiha Mansoor Aliya Tahir, , & Shaheen Meraj, (Eds.). Language policy, planning and Practice. Karachi: Oxford University Press.
- Dar, Fatima (2005). Online language learning. In Zafar Syed (Ed.) Culture, context, and
- Dar, Fatima Nuzhat Saleem (2006). Time to clean up environment: Reading strategies. communication in English language teaching. Abu Dhabi: Military Language Institute. SPELTQuarterly, Vol 21- No.2.
- Dar, Fatima (2008, June 15). Gender disparity in children’s literature. DAWN.
- Fatima Dar. Zubeda Kassim Ali (2009 ) Cooperative learning-Is it an aid to learning? In, Sabiha Mansoor, Aliya Sikandar, Nasreen Hussain & Nasreen Ahsan( Eds.) Emerging issues in TEFL Karachi: Oxford University Press
- Dar, Fatima. (2011).Affective education: How affective is our learning. In G. Cane, A. Ahmad & M. Hanzala (Eds.) Teaching English in multi contexts: current challenges,future directions. Newcastle upon Tyne: CSP.
Contributions To Books
Co-authored four complete units for the 2012 Punjab Textbook Board Grade 9th English textbook which is being used in schools all over Punjab.
Mrs. Rahat Rizwan
Head of Department, Educational Leadership and Management, SE
- Paper titled : “Role of Leadership at the Headteachers’ Level at Urban Primary Government Schools in Developed and Developing Countries: A Case of Schools in Coventry vs Lahore” presented at the 2012 International Conference on Management and Education Innovation – ICMEI 2012 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
MA ELM 2008-10
Three Articles published
"Investigating Teachers' Attitude towards Using Computers to Promote Teaching and Learning in Relation to Their Age, Years of Teaching Experience and Professional Education"
Computers are becoming a popular educational tool in early primary classrooms. Many nations of the world are striving to provide students with technology-rich learning environments. Developing countries like Pakistan are also trying to improve their national programs by integrating computer technology into education. But a successful implementation of computer-based learning is dependent upon having a deeper understanding of teacher attitudes towards the use of computers.
Published in: Articlesbase on Jul 28, 2010
“Group Work vs. Whole Class Activity”
Group work has only been recently introduced in the education system of Pakistan. Many primary teachers, especially in the public schools, are still not aware of different strategies that can be used to facilitate learning among students while they are engaged in group work. This paper aims to provide an overview of teaching strategies to determine which strategy of student organisation works best while performing different classroom tasks. As different students have different learning preferences, it is important for teachers to not only appreciate different teaching strategies but also to also distinguish between situations where each is best suited.
Published in: ERIC DIGEST (September 2010)
Published in: Articlesbase on July 30, 2010
“School Improvement Plan-Promoting Reading Culture in Schools”
No school can claim to be the best without continuously adapting and improving its teaching strategies in accordance with the changing times. Therefore, improvement has become a permanent feature of school practice. The objective of this paper is to develop an action plan which would promote a reading culture amongst our young learners in order to further improve the standard of education in the private schools of Pakistan.
Published in: Articlesbase July 28, 2010
Ms. Shabana Ahmed
Assistant Professor, SE
· Ms. Shabana Ahmed was awarded scholarship for International Master in ELT from York Saint John University, UK.
- Form Focused Instruction. Centre of English Language, Aga Khan University, Institute for Educational, Development 6th International Seminar ELT in a Changing World: Innovative Approaches to New Challenges
- Presentation on Designing and Adapting Materials for Communicative Language Teaching on the 7th British Universities Postgraduate Research Conference Principles and Practice for Language Learning and Materials Development 2009
- Presentation on Relative effects of explicit and implicit oral corrective feedback on EFL learners’ performance in incidental focus on form 4th Research Methodologies Conference York St John University
Ms. Syeda Amina Zahra Gardezi
Assistant Professor, SE
- Gardezi, S. A. & H. Nesi (2009), “Variation in the writing of economics students in Britain and Pakistan: the case of conjunctive ties”, In: M. Charles, S. Hunston, D. Pecorari (Eds) At the Interface of Corpus and Discourse: Analysing Academic Discourses. London: Continuum.
MA ELM 2008-09
Three Articles published
“Why Policies and Reforms fail in Pakistan? Recommendations to make Policies and Reforms successful in Higher Education of Pakistan.”
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the problems and prospects of higher education in Pakistan. Higher education plays the role of leadership in the society. The functions of the universities are to develop people physically, mentally and spiritually. This improves and promotes the economic, social, political and cultural life of the nation. In Pakistan, after more than five decades, the developmental indicators are not showing positive results. The main objectives of this study are: (1) determining the present profile of education in Pakistan; (2) examining the past efforts done for the improvement of higher education; (4) highlighting the budget provisions for higher education; and (5) exploring problems of higher education in Pakistan.
Published in: Articlesbase on August 8, 2010
“Integration of ICT in Curriculum Expected Achievements and Challenges”
Education day by day is getting better, specific and most importantly technologically updated. This essay in particular highlights the need of integrating ICT (Information and communication technology) in the curriculum. In order to stay updated with the latest knowledge, technology can play a very important role. Hence all schools and education sector are likely to integrate ICT in their curriculum in order to develop a culture of innovative thinking, extensive use of present knowledge, lifelong learning and social responsibility with ethical values. The responsibility for ICT implementation lies in the hands of all stakeholders of education system
Published in: Articlesbase on August 7, 2010
“Importance Of Group Work in Primary Education and the Role of the Teacher to manage it.”
Historically, the conventional method of teaching and conveying information by a teacher has not been much effective. This one-way method of communicating to the pupils is quite ineffective and sometimes quite boring and unintuitive for the students. Students do not get a chance to express their ideas, viewpoints and thoughts. Moreover their ability to interact, sharing knowledge, and confidence-level gets narrowed-down.
The role of the teacher should be of directing the students, as well as facilitating and monitoring their learning process. The students in a class have different attitudes, strengths and learning styles. This paper covers the importance of group work in primary education and the role of the teacher to manage it.
Published in: Articlesbase on July31, 2010
Research Activities (2007-2009)
The BNU SE faculty members were engaged in a number of research activities. The most significant contribution made was the completion of Punjab Government funded project ‘Successful Women Educators of Punjab in December, 2008. In addition, the faculty has been able to get a number of research papers published and made presentations at international and national seminars and conferences.
Ms. Farhana Iqbal
Three Articles published
Effectiveness of and Issues in the ICT Integrated Mathematics Curriculum of BSS in Lahore"