Dr. Shaheena Ayub Bhatti

Director

Name: Dr. Shaheena Ayub Bhatti
Designation: Director
Department: Women Research and Resource Centre
 
Qualification: PhD in English
NUML, Islamabad
 
  MA TEFL
AIOU, Islamabad
 
  MA English
Punjab University, Lahore
 
Phone: +92-51-9292900 (116)/ +92-51-9292912
Email: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]
Status: On Job
Dr. Shaheena Ayub Bhatti

Professional Experience

April 3, 2017- to date
Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi
Director


NUML, Islamabad, Pakistan.
Director Research


NUML, Islamabad, Pakistan
Associate Professor and HoD, Department of English


NUML, Islamabad, Pakistan
Assistant Professor, Department of English


NUML, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Pakistan
In charge Students' Affairs

PUBLICATIONS/CONFERENCES

  • Almas, N. & Bhatti, S. A. (2017).  (Un)Screening Objectification: Women in Pakistani Films. Kashmir Journal of Language Research. 20 (1), 137-148. ISSN-1028-6640
  • Bhatti, S, A., Murtaza, G., & Rose, S. (2017). Vyry and Scarlett: A Comparative Analysis of Jubilee and Gone With the Wind. Pakistan Journal of American Studies, 35(2), 28-48. ISSN 1011-811X.
  • Shahzad, A., & Bhatti, S, A. (2017).  Traces of Postmodern Dismantling of Euro-American Truth Claims in Gerald Vizenor’s The Heirs of Columbus. Journal of Social Sciences, 8(2), 224-235. ISSN: 1812-0687.
  • Maan, M, F., & Bhatti, S, A. (2017). Self in Language and Subject Position: Bakhtinian Perspective in the Far Pavilions, The Jewel in the Crown and Moth Smoke. Journal of Social Sciences, 8(1), 167-181. ISSN: 1812-0687.
  • Murtaza, G., & Bhatti, S, A. (2017). Euroamerican Discursive Subjection of Native Americans. Journal of Critical Inquiry, 15 (1), 91-107. ISSN:  1814-2877.
  • Bhatti, S, A., & Rose, S. (2017). Dispatches from the Vietnam War. Pakistan Journal of American Studies, 35 (1), 1-15. ISSN 1011-811X.
  • Almas, N., & Bhatti, S, A. (2017).  “(Un) Screening Objectification: Women in Pakistani Films”. Kashmir Journal of Language Research, 20(1), 137-148.  ISSN: 1028-6040
  • Akhtar, A., & Bhatti, S, A. (2016). “Jason Bourne is Dead.” Kashmir Journal of Language Research, 19(2), 51-62.
  • Zaib, A., & Bhatti, S, A. (2017).  Decolonization: The East Writes Back in Kamila Shamsie’s Burnt Shadows. Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 5(1), 124-134. ISSN: (E) 2306-112X (P) 2305- 6533
  • Abbasi, M, I., & Bhatti, S, A. (2017).  White Linguistic Violence and Black Americans: A Textual Analysis of the Bluest Eye. Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 5(1), 135-144. ISSN: (E) 2306-112X (P) 2305- 6533.
  • Imtiaz, U., & Bhatti, S, A. (2016). Critical Discourse Analysis of Don deLillo’s Falling Man in the Post-9/11 Situation of the World. Journal of Social Sciences, 7(2), 206-220. ISSN: 1812-0687.
  • Murtaza, G., & Bhatti, S, A. (2015). Stylistic Interdiscursivity for Re-Configuration of Differential Native American Identity in Sherman Alexie’s Poetry. Kashmir Journal of Language Research, 18(2), 31-52. ISSN: 1028-6040
  • Sukhera, F., & Bhatti, S. A. (2016). Traumatic Effects of Haunting Memories of Holocaust in Saul Bellows’ The Victim. Journal of Social Sciences, 6(2),  20-38.  ISSN: 1812-0687.
  • Murtaza, G., & Bhatti, S, A. (2016). Sherman Alexie’s Discursive Reconstruction of the Native American Subject. Journal of Critical Inquiry, 14(1), 31-47.  ISSN: 2222-5706
  • Bhatti, S, A. (2010).  Sherman Alexie: Chronicler Extraordinaire of American Indians.  NUML Research Magazine, 8(1), 103-114. ISSN: 1814-2577.
  • Bhatti, S, A. (2008). Tracks through the Beet Queen to Love Medicine: Marginality in Louise Erdrich’s Novels. NUML Research Magazine, (1), 1-10. ISSN: 1814-2877.
  • Bhatti, S, A. (2006). Green Grass Running Water: Magical Realism in Thomas King. NUML Research Magazine, (1), 73-78. ISSN: 1814-2877.
  • Bhatti, S, A. (2003). Stylistic Devices in Toni Morrison’s Novels. NUML Research Journal (1), 46-51. ISSN: 1814-2877.
  • Bhatti, S, A. (2002). Stylistic Devices in Faulkner’s The Sound and the Fury. Pakistan Journal of American Studies, 20 (1), 95-101. ISSN: 1011-811X
  • Bhatti, S, A. (2015). Morrison’s Love: The story that must go on. Journal of Critical Inquiry, 13(1), 58-65. ISSN: 2222-5706

Theses Supervised

PhD

  1. Faisal Sukhera: The Trauma of the Holocaust in Saul Bellow’s Fiction (Degree awarded)
  2. Uzma Imtiaz: The Impact of  9/11 on Contemporary English Fiction (Degree awarded)
  3. Shaista Zeb: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Hugo Chavez’s Rhetoric: A Study of Dominance and Resistance (Degree awarded)
  4. Ghulam Murtaza: Discursive Reconstruction of the Native American Subject in Sherman Alexie’s Works  (Degree awarded)
  5. Arshia Zaib: Speaking Silences: Pakistani Fiction Amidst Terrorism and Chaos. (Degree awarded) 
  6. Ismail Abbasi: Marxist Feminism in Alice Walker’s novels The Temple of My Familiar, Meridian and The Color Purple. (Degree awarded) 
  7. Maria Farooq Maan: Constituting Identities Through Narratives: A Dialogic Perspective (Degree awarded) 
  8. Aamir Shehzad: Towards Ideological Transformation of Diaspora: An Analysis of Meatless Days, Saffron Dreams and Home Boy. (Degree awarded)
  9. Neelum Almas: The Female Hero: Femicide in Motion. (Degree awarded)
  10. Amer Akhtar: Tarantino’s People: Deconstructions in Postmodernism. (Degree awarded)
  11. Asma Mansoor: Eco-Performativity in Multivalent Textual Ecologies. (Defense awaited)
  12. Fasih ur Rehman Khattak: The Politics of Space & Place in Contemporary Native American Female Fiction Writers. (In Process)
  13. Qasim Mirza: Mythical Retrieval of History in Native American Writings. (In Process)
  14. Rizwan Aftab: Linguistic Critique of African American Fiction: A Socio-Pragmatic Study. (In Process)

MPhil

  1. Shabnum Nasim: Cultural Integration of the Blacks in the United States: A Social and Psychological Study of Toni Morrison’s Novels - Degree Awarded – April 2009
  2. Muhammad Ismail: The Autobiographical Element in Maya Angelou – Degree Awarded - April 2009
  3. Zoobia Abbass: A Study of the Post-Modern Perspective in Morrison’s Novels  – Degree Awarded - April 2009
  4. Shamaila Haleem: The World of Women In Bharati Mukherjee’s Novels: Gender Roles Redefined Through Ethnic Encounters - Degree Awarded - April 2009
  5. Amjad Mehmood: An Implicatural Analysis of  the Speeches of Othello – Degree Awarded - April 2008
  6. Ghazala Rashid: Stylistic Devices in Sylvia Plath: A Textual Analysis of The Bell Jar and Selected Poems– Degree Awarded - April 2009
  7. Huma Yawer: Vocabulary Coinage in J. K. Rowling’s Works Degree Awarded – December 2014
  8. Rehmana Kousar: Representation of Females as Us and Them in Pride and Prejudice and Bride and Prejudice - Degree Awarded - July 2017
  9. Hareem Fiaz: Magic Realism in Print and Film Versions of Life of Pi. Degree Awarded - July 2017
  10. Khansa Rooshda: Need as Love in Lawrence’s Female Characters - Degree Awarded - August 2017
  11. Maryam Manzur: Inter-Species Encounters in Edward Albee’s Plays. Degree Awarded - August 2017  
  12. Fiza Liaqat: Pronouns and Identity Construction in The Reluctant Fundamentalist. (Defense Awaited)

ACHIEVEMENTS

  1. Member: Advisory Board, Journal of English Language and Literature. Government College University, Faisalabad.
  2. Member: Advisory Board, UCP Management Review. University of Central Punjab, Lahore. 2016.
  3. Member: Advisory Board, Journal of Social Sciences. Government College University, Faisalabad.
  4. Member: Board of Studies. Khushal Khan Khattak University, Karak. 2016.
  5. Subject Expert: Selection Board, University of Management Sciences and Information Technology, Kotli. 2016.
  6. Subject Specialist: Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi.  2017.
  7. Member: Board of Studies. University of Management Sciences and Information Technology, Kotli. 2015.
  8. Member: HEC Committee on English. 2013.
  9. Best University Teachers’ Award. NUML. 2011-2012.
  10. Fulbright Post-doc Scholar. University of Arizona, Tucson. August 2010/July 2011.
  11. Member: Board of Studies. Hazara University, Mansehra. 2011.
  12. Fulbright Visiting Specialists: Direct Access to the Muslim World. Piedmont Community College, Roxboro, North Carolina. USA. Sept./Oct. 2008
  13. Semester Evaluator: Department of English AJK. Muzzaffarabad, AJK. 2007
  14. Founder General Secretary: Pakistan National Association of the Fulbright Alumni.
  15. Fulbright Summer Institute on Contemporary American Literature. Northern Illinois University, DeKalb. USA. 2004.

CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS

Workshops/Seminars/Conferences Attended

  1. Heroes and Monsters: Extra-ordinary Tales of Learning and Teaching in the Arts and Humanities. The third HEA Arts and Humanities annual learning and teaching conference. The Lowry, Salford Quays, Manchester. 2 - 4 June 2014.
  2. Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences (AESS) 2011. Annual Meeting "Confronting Complexity." June 23-26, 2011, Burlington, Vermont.
  3. American Literature and the Ecological Thought. A Session Sponsored by the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment (ASLE) at the American Literature Association. 22nd Annual Conference, Boston, May 26-29, 2011.
  4. Seminar - Academic Integrity in an Electronic World: Student Cheating and Plagiarism. Office of Instruction and Assessment. University of Arizona, Tucson. Arizona. November 9, 2010.
  5. Conference on Language and Technology. FAST-NU. Feb. 2009.
  6. Research Methodology for Bilingual Research. FJWU. Rawalpindi. July, 2008.
  7. 30th Anniversary Fulbright Alumni Conference: Washington DC. November 2007.
  8. 4th Annual Fulbright Alumni Conference: USEFP & Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad. Apr.2007.
  9. International ELT Conference: NUML, Islamabad. Dec.2006
  10. Morocco in Western Art: University Cadi Ayyad, Marrakesh, Morocco. Nov. 2006.
  11. Perceptual Learning Styles and Implications for the English Classroom: Regional English Language Office & USEFP. Jun. 2006.
  12. 3rd Annual Fulbright Alumni Conference: USEFP & Peshawar University, Islamabad. Apr.2006.
  13. 2nd National Fulbright Alumni Conference: USEFP & LUMS. Lahore. Apr. 2005.
  14. Fulbright Alumni Conference: USEFP & Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi. 2004.
  15. National Teacher Quality Conference: Better Pakistan Foundation. Feb. 2001.
  16. American Literature: The American Center, Islamabad. Apr. 1987.
  17. Modern English Teaching Methods: The American Center, Islamabad. Oct. /Nov. 1984.

 

Paper Presented

  1. Ethics and Values in Women Universities. FJWU, Rawalpindi. January 16-18 and January 23-25, 2019.
  2. 2nd International Conference on Literature and Linguistics. Starhotels Metropole. Via Principe Amedeo, 3, 00185 Roma RM, Italy. July 20-22, 2018.
  3. The European Conference on Arts & Humanities. Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront, Brighton & Hove, United Kingdom Monday, July 9-10, 2018.
  4. Oxford Women's Leadership Symposium. Margaret Thatcher Centre, Somerville College, Oxford. December 4-6, 2017.  
  5. invited Speaker & Panel Chair: Conference on Local Cities, Foreign Capitals: Finding the Local Anchor in the Global Cultures. 9th-11th October 2017 at IIUI, Islamabad.
  6. Panel Chair & Presenter: International Conference on Critical Social Sciences and Humanities. IIUI, Islamabad. 14th – 15th September, 2017
  7. Panel Chair & Presenter: International Conference on Border Crossings: Translation, migration & Gender in the Americas, the Transatlantic and the Transpacific. University of Bordeaux-Montaigne, Bordeaux, France. July 5th-8th 2017.
  8. Panel Chair and Presenter: Fictions of History Interdisciplinary Conference on Critical Theory. The Graduate Center, CUNY and the New York Public Library. May 5th-6th, 2017
  9. National Invited Speaker and Session Chair: 1st International Multi-Disciplinary Conference (IMDC 2016). The University of Lahore, Sargodha Campus. April 12-13th 2017.
  10. Panel Chair & Moderator: 4th International Conference on “Language, Literature and Society” (ICLLS). Pakistan Academy of Letters, Islamabad. January 5th-8th, 2017
  11. Panel Chair and presenter: Women, Environment and Environmental Justice (ICWEEJ) IIUI, December 7th -9th, 2016.
  12. National Invited Speaker: 2nd International Multi-Disciplinary Conference (IMDC 2016). The University of Lahore, Gujrat Campus. 19-20 December 2016.
  13. Keynote Speaker: 1st National Conference of Language & Literature, NCLL 2016. Shaheed Benazir Bhutto University, Nawabshah. 24-25th November , 2016
  14. Healing and the Environment in American Indian Biographies. 2nd International Conference on the Humanities 2016: “New Directions in the Humanities: Our Engagement with the Environment”, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka. October 6th and 7th 2016. 
  15. Panel discussion: 2nd International Conference on the Humanities 2016: “New Directions in the Humanities: Our Engagement with the Environment”, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka. October 6th and 7th 2016. 
  16. Chair and Moderator: Pakistani Women’s Consciousness Raising: Role of Media and Literature. Islamic International University, Islamabad. December 18, 2015.
  17. Panel: Literature and the Environment. (Chair). Air University, Islamabad. December 16, 2015.
  18. research in the Humanities in Pakistan. National Invited Speaker. IMDC 2015. Gujrat, Pakistan. November 24th, 2015.
  19. The Environment in American Indian Biographies. IMDC 2015. Gujrat, Pakistan. November 23rd 2015.
  20. Teaching American Literature in HEIs in Pakistan. Area Study Center, QAU. Islamabad. November 11, 2015.
  21. The International Conference on Language, Literature, Culture and Education 2014. 30th-31st December 2014, PNB Darby Park, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  22. SPELT. Abbottabad. September 20th, 2014.
  23. Native American and Indigenous Studies Association, Annual Meeting. University of Texas, Austin, Texas. USA. May 29-31, 2014.
  24. International Journal of Arts & Sciences: Annual Multidisciplinary Conference. Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada. May 19-22, 2014.
  25. Towards a postcolonial pedagogy: engaging with literary representations of 'race', racism and ethnicity. University of Reading, UK. 29 April 2014.
  26. First International Conference of Literature and Language. Government College University, Lahore. April 4-6, 2014. 
  27. 9th Biennial Symbiosis 2013 Conference: Transatlantic Literary & Cultural Relations. Brunel University, Uxbridge. UK. June 27, 2013 to June 30, 2013.
  28. Pakistan, South Asia and Muslim Societies, FCCU and IIUI. Forman Christian College University, Lahore. March 6-7, 2012.
  29. Stylistics: Theory and Practice in the Seminars in Language and Literature series. Riphah International University, Faisalabad Campus, Faisalabad. April 7, 2013.
  30. Ninth ASLE Biennial Conference: Species, Space and the Imagination of the Global. Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.  June 21-26, 2011.
  31. Third Annual Meeting of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association. UC Davis, California. May 19-21, 2011.
  32. Where Have All the Wild Things Gone?: Ecocriticism and Comparative Literature. Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas. April 14-16, 2011
  33. 25th Annual MELUS Conference. Florida Atlantic University. Boca Raton, FL. April 7 – 10, 2011.
  34. CRITICAL JUNCTURES: America and its Crises, Chesapeake American Studies Association meeting.  George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia. April 2, 2011.
  35. Occasional Lecture Series. Texas State University, San Marcos. TX. March 29-30, 2011.
  36. Inter/Intra Textuality: An Interdisciplinary Examination of Texts. The Graduate Literature Conference, University of Idaho, March 4-5 2011.
  37. Western Literature Association Conference. Prescott, AZ. October 20-23, 2010.
  38. 6th Annual Fulbright and Humphrey Alumni Conference. National Center for Physics, Islamabad, Pakistan. April 2010.
  39. 5th Annual Fulbright and Humphrey Alumni Conference. NUML. April 2008.
  40. Significance of Exchange Program and the Fulbright Program.  Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois. USA. November 2007.
  41. International ELT Conference: NUML, Islamabad. Dec.2006
  42. 9th American Studies Conference, “Politics and Religion in USA”: Area Study Center, QAU & The American Center. Islamabad. Apr. 2005.
  43. 8th American Studies Conference: Area Study Center, QAU & The American Center. Sep. 2004. Islamabad.
  44. 7th American Studies Conference: Area Study Center, QAU & The American Center. 2003. Islamabad.
  45. 6th American Studies Conference: Area Study Center, QAU & The American Center. Mar. 2002. Islamabad.
  46. 14th Annual International Conference, “Teaching of Language Through Literary Texts”. SPELT, Islamabad. Oct. 1998.
  47. TEFL Workshop: AIOU, Islamabad. Jun. 1990.
  48. 4th Conference on the Teaching of English as a Foreign/Second Language, “Productive Skills: Speaking & Writing”. NAHE, UGC, Islamabad. Aug. 1987.
  49. 3rd Conference on the Teaching of English as a Foreign/Second Language. NAHE, UGC, Islamabad. Oct. 1985

Books Published

  1. Aziz Bhatti Shaheed (NH). Edited. Under publication. Oxford University Press. 2018.
  2. Red, White, Black and Blue: Essays in Literary Criticism. ExLibris publishers. Indiana. USA. 2011. ISBN 10: 1462895565 ISBN 13: 9781462895564.
  3. Snippets From My Life: Hong Kong and Beyond. Ed. ExLibris publishers. Indiana. USA. 2011. ISBN: 978-1-4628-5273-4
  4. The Teaching of Stylistics at the Post-graduate Level: A NUML Case Study. Vdm Publishing. 2010. ISBN-13: 978-3639213560. ISBN-10: 3639213564.
  5. Redefining American Literature. Ambassadors of Peace. Amazon.com. 2007. Pages. 127-137.
  6. Editor: Anthology of Short Stories: (core text MA English) National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad.
  7. Editor: American and Canadian Literatures: (core text MA English) NUML, Islamabad.