The author is pursuing a PhD in English in the US
Tradition does not have to be an old, stagnant conception
Tracing the legacy of Professor Tahir Kamran, as he leaves GCU, after an association lasting a quarter of a century
Most professors, and especially policymakers in Pakistani universities, fail to realise that English Studies in Pakistan is a legacy of colonial...
The colonial belief that the teaching of ‘English’ canonical literature is the teaching of humanism has led to certain authors and texts being...
When a celebrity like Chester Bennington cuts their own life short, how do ardent fans rationalise the decision?
No history of Lahore, from this point onwards, will be considered complete without acknowledging its debt to this book
Mohsin Hamid reminds his readers that his continuous experiments will ensure he remains at the centre of any discussion of a Pakistani idiom of...
A large number of people read and ‘like’ and share poetry in the absence of editorial checks
Not just for the poetry, the music, and the voice, but for the entire experience that was a Leonard Cohen song
Jiwan Khan’s reprinted collection of prose offers a delightful insight into the social and historical milieu of middle-class thought