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.
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.