Naila Sahar did her Ph.D. as a Fulbright scholar at State University of New York, Buffalo in the department of English. The topic of her PhD dissertation is Reimagining Muslim women: Gendered Religious Life and Resistance in the age of Islamophobia. Her research interests include Feminist studies, Gender studies, Gendered religious nationalism, South Asian studies and postcolonial studies. Her work has appeared in South Asian Voices, South Asian Review, Gender Matters and Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies. These days she is working as Assistant Professor in English department at University of Management and Technology (UMT), Lahore.
For me, teaching postcolonialism, both theory and literature, to Pakistani graduate students is an act of shattering stereotypes, and an experience in introducing counter-narratives. I start teaching postcolonialism with [...]
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