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Dr. Hashim Khan (PhD University of Bakht Alruda, Sudan)

Assistant Professor
PROFILE SUMMARY

Dr. Hashim Khan completed his PhD degree in English Literature from the University of Bakht Alruda, the Republic of Sudan in 2021. He has been teaching English language and literature in national and international institutions including Ministry of Education KSA and Taif University KSA. His areas of interest in research include Post-colonial Studies, History of English Literature, Novel and Identity Crisis. On his previous job at Saudi Japanese college in Jeddah KSA, he worked as Head of English Department. He authored 10 research articles in HEC recognized journals.

QUALIFICATION
PhD English Literature University of Bakht Alruda, the Republic of Sudan 2021
MPhil English Linguistics Lahore Leads University Lahore Pakistan 2018
MA English Literature University of the Punjab Pakistan 1996
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Assistant Professor Capital University of Science and Technology (CUST), Islamabad Since – Oct 2021
English Language Instructor Taif University Taif KSA Nov 2008 – Aug 2018
English Language Teacher Ministry of Education KSA (Riyadh and Tabouk regions) Sep 2002 – Oct 2008
Lecturer in English Islamabad College for Boys Islamabad Pakistan Sep 1999 – Sep 2000
MANAGAEMENT EXPERIENCE
Head of English Department Saudi Japanese Automobile High Institute (Education Department) Jeddah KSA Nov 2018 – Aug 2021
RESEARCH AREAS / INTERESTS
  1. Post-colonial Studies
  2. Identity Crisis
  3. History of English Literature
  4. Novel
JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
1. Khan H., Umer M., & Khan K. A. (2020). A Narrative of Confrontation and Reconciliation through Vivid Symbolism: A Study of Mohsin Hamid’s Novel The Reluctant Fundamentalist. Global Language Review, V(IV), 133-141. https://doi.org/10.31703/glr.2020(V-III).14.
2. Khan H., Umer M. & Khan K. A. (2020). A Panoramic Study of Pakistani Literature: The Zeitgeist of Trends, Literary Excellence, Pakistan’s Soft Image and Definition of National Identity. Elementary Education Online, Vol 19 (Issue 4), 5015-5022. doi: 10.17051/ilkonline.2020.04.764909
3. Khan H., Khan K. A. & Umer M. (2020). A Study of the Compendium of Post- Colonial African Literature with its Anthological Relation to the Terms ‘Colonised’, ‘Colonists’ and ‘Colonisation’. Elementary Education Online, Vol 19 (Issue 3), 3341-3347. doi: 10.17051/ilkonline.2020.03.735499
4. Khan H., Umer M. & Khan K. A. (2021). “I Heartily Hate and Detest that Animal Called Man”: A Cyclopaedic Study of Satire From Primeval to Contemporary Fiction. Journal of Hunan University Natural Sciences. Vol. 48. No. 8. 14-30.
5. Sabir A., Ullah A., Khan K. A. & Khan H. (2021). Exploitation in Franz Kafka’s Novella The Metamorphosis: An Existentialist Study. Journal of Hunan University Natural Sciences. Vol. 48. No. 8. 31-43.
6. Ullah Z., Khan H., Khan K. A. & Ullah A. (2021). Fusion of Modern and Post-Modern Elements in T.S. Eliot’s The Waste Land (1922). Turkish Online Journal of Qualitative Inquiry (TOJQI). Vol. 12. Issue 7. 4172-4182.
7. Khan H., Khan K. A. & Umer M. (2021). A Psychological Exegesis of Displacement in Bapsi Sidhwa’s Novel The Bride: A Sociolinguistic Analysis. Global Social Sciences Review (GSSR). Vol VI. No. 1. 373-382. DOI: 10.31703/gssr.2021 (VI-I).38.
8. Naz F., Khan H. & Khan K. A. (2021). Compulsion versus Volition in A Farewell to Arms. Global Social Sciences Review (GSSR). Vol VI. No. 1. 420-428. DOI: 10.31703/gssr.2021(VI-I).42.
9. Umar M., Khan H. & Naz F. (2021). Research Crisis in Pakistani Higher Education: The Issue of Assessment and Plagiarism. Linguistica Antverpiensia. Volume 2021, Issue 3. 4883-4894.
10. Ullah A., Sabir A., Khan H. & Umer M. (2021). Survival in the Metamorphosis (2002): An Existentialist Study. Linguistica Antverpiensia. Volume 2021, Issue 3. 4907-4917.

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