Muhammad Abdullah

Muhammad Abdullah

Assistant Professor

MA Applied Linguistics (University of Salford, UK)
MA English Language and Literature (International Islamic University, Islamabad)
Room A-155, Seemi Tajammul Building

Currently pursuing PhD in Linguistics at National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad; Vice Chancellor’s Scholarship from University of Salford 2010-11; taught at UKIM Islamic School, Manchester; lecturer at Department of Linguistics GCU Faisalabad; ex-Head/pioneered Department of English Riphah International University, Faisalabad campus; author Integrating Culture and Language Teaching (2012) and Career Counselling (2007); trained to teach at university by SPoRT, Manchester; certified in Edward de Bono Critical Thinking Methods; trainer for Advanced Research Methods in Humanities and Social Sciences; facilitated teacher training workshops across schools in Punjab; Certified Education Management; founder Language Methods Network (LMN) a platform to promote language research in Pakistan; member Asia TEFL; member Society for Natural Language Processing, Pakistan; Member NATESOL, UK.
Research Interests: ELT, Critical Linguistics, Islamic/Post-Feminisms; Gender Studies, Research Philosophy, History of Disciplines.