Saadia Sumbal

Saadia Sumbal

Assistant Professor

MPhil in History (Government College University Lahore)
MA History (Government College University Lahore)
Room # 334, Business and Social Sciences Building

Saadia Sumbal is Assistant Professor of History and has been teaching for over 16 years in various institutions in Pakistan; member History faculty at FCCU since August 2010 ;  served as visiting faculty member at National University FAST Lahore,  BeaconHouse National University Lahore,  National College of Business Administration and Economics Lahore,  Lahore Grammar College.

Research interests:
Sufism, Islamic Reformism in South Asia, Colonial and Post- Colonial Punjab, the political and socio-economic structure, religious institutions under Colonial Rule, and Subaltern Studies.


  • ‘Defending the Empire: Analyzing Military Recruitment in Colonial Mianwali’, The Historian, Vol.8, No.1, January-June 2010.
  • ‘The Migrant Sufis and Shrines: A Microcosm of Islam in the Tribal Structure of Mianwali’, International E-Journal of advances in Social Sciences (IJAOSS) e-ISSN (2411-183X) Vol.2, No.4, April 2016.
  • ‘Colonializing Agriculture: The British Economic Policies in Colonial Punjab’, Journal of Research in Applied, Natural and Social Sciences (IMPACT: JRANSS) ISSN (E): vol. 2 issue.1, June 2016.
  • ‘Coming Alive to Political Exigencies: Mianwali 1901-1977’, Published in Journal of Humanities and social Sciences IASET (JHSS), May 2015.