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Zeeshan Ali Afsar

Area of Interest: Sociolinguistics, Language and Identity, Post  Colonialism, ELT and ESL.
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (92)992-383591-5
Academics/ Degrees
  • M. Phil in Linguistics, Air University Islamabad, 2016
  • MA, Hazara University, Mansehra, Pakistan, 2008
  • BA, Hazara University, Mansehra, Pakistan, 2006
Journal Publications
1. Muhammad Faisal Rehman,Zeeshan Ali Afsar,Humaira Kanwal,Amna Jahangir ,Muhammad Wasil Rehman Healing Gardens Redefining the Perspective of Roger Ulrich Theory, PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 2023
2. Abdul Wahab ,Zeeshan Ali Afsar,,Iqra Ismail ,,Dr Raham Zaid , Sara Rafique Effects of Depression, Aggression, and Self-Concept on the Academic Achievement of University Students. , Journal of Positive School Psychology, 2023
3. Naeem W,Zeeshan Ali Afsar,Ahraf Z Factors Causing ESL Students’ Demotivation to Learn English., Global Language Review, 2023
4. Fauzia Shafi,Zeeshan Ali Afsar, Rimsha Sameen Anguish, Agony and Death: An Existential Study of The Blind Owl., Journal of Policy Research, 2022
5. Saleem M.,Zeeshan Ali Afsar,Khan S. Summarizing Approach in Improving Academic Writing Skills of ESL Learners., Journal of Policy Research, 2022
6. Sarwar, M.,Zeeshan Ali Afsar,Jamal, S. Undergraduates' Views on the most Difficult Aspects of Academic Writing in the English Language, Journal of Social Sciences Review, 2022
7. Muhammad Haseeb Nasir,Zeeshan Ali Afsar, Amina Batool Language Appropriation and Construction of Identity in Pakistani English Literature: A Narrative analysis of ‘MEATLESS DAYS’, Pakistan Journal of Society, Education and Language (PJSEL), 2022
  • Feb. 2011 to Continued: Lecturer, Department of Humanities, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Abbottabad
  • Nov. 2009 till Jan. 2011: Lecturer, Department of Humanities, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Abbottabad
  • Oct. 2008 to Oct. 2009: Lecturer, Army Public College, PMA Kakul, Abbottabad
Research Interests
  • Sociology, 
  • Language and Identity, 
  • Post  Colonialism, 
  • ELT and ESL