Khaula completed her Master’s degree in English Literature in 2015 from McMaster University, Canada, and B.A. (Hons.) English Literature in 2013 from York University, Canada. She joined UCP as a Lecturer in Fall 2015 and is currently teaching both writing and literature based courses.
Khaula’s primary undergraduate and graduate research is in Shakespearean plays and their creative adaptations. She has worked extensively on their cultural and political appropriations and re-imaginings and the critical questions they raise about political and domestic violence. As this takes a rather theoretical as well as sociological approach, Khaula has done work on gender and postcolonial theories and the critical role human body, particularly the female body, plays in literary works. She intends to take her literary interests forward and focalize on the South Asian culture and the adaptations of Shakespeare it has produced.
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Faculty of English, University of Central Punjab