Dr. Javaria Farooqui
Assistant Professor, Humanities
Area of Interest: Popular culture, popular romance, literary theory, postcolonial literature/theory, book history
Tel # (Off): 111-001-007   (872)


Journal Papers:
1. Javaria Farooqui (2021), "“Romance, Austen and English Medium of schooling in Pakistan.”", Book: Language, Education, and Identity: Medium in South Asia.    (External URL)
2. Javaria Farooqui (2020), "The Kitchen and Beyond: The Romantic Chronotope in Pakistani Popular Fiction", Journal of Popular Romance Studies, Vol: 9, ISSN: 2159-4473    (External URL)
3. Javaria Farooqui (2019), "Reconnaissance of ‘Difference’ in Cognitive Maps: Authenticating Happily Ever After in Julia Quinn’s To Sir Philip with Love", Khazar Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol: 22, Issue: 2    (External URL)
Conference Papers:
1. Javaria Farooqui (2023) "“Reading Historical Popular Romance in 21st Century Pakistan.”", Romance Revitalised    (External URL)
2. Javaria Farooqui (2023) "Haya, Noor, and Emaan: Legitimizing Love in Urdu Popular Romance Fiction", Muslim Women’s Popular Fiction International Conference    (External URL)
3. Javaria Farooqui (2020) "Reading Popular Fiction in Twenty-First-Century Pakistan", Humanities Live, University of Tasmania, Asutralia   
4. Javaria Farooqui (2019) "“The Muslim Women Question: Aesthetics of Representation and the Politics of Erasure”", Critical Interventions: Mapping Emerging Scholarship on South Asia. LUMS, Lahore. Pakistan.   
5. Javaria Farooqui (2018) "The Kitchen and Beyond: Romantic Chronotope of Pakistani Popular Fiction", International Association for the Study of Popular Romance. Sydney, Asutralia.   
6. Javaria Farooqui (2016) "Raging Seas and Cloudy Skies: Macro to Meso level Psychosemantic Movement in Stephanie Laurens’ Black Cobra Quartet", IASPR, Utah, United States of America.   


University of Tasmania, Australia
Nov 2017 to Jan 2022
MPhil- English Literature
Government College University, Lahore, Pakistan

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