- M.Litt. in Literary Studies from the University of Strathclyde (Scotland)
- Double MA in Literature and Linguistics (with distinction) and M.Sc. in Economics from the University of Karachi.
- M.Sc. in Economics – University of Karachi
Ms. Halah C. Simon has been associated with Iqra University as an Assistant Professor and a Senior Research Associate in the Faculty of Education and Learning Sciences since May 2010. She received her MLitt. in Literary Studies from the University of Strathclyde (Scotland), a double MA in Literature and Linguistics (with distinction) and M.Sc. in Economics from the University of Karachi.
She has an extensive experience of teaching at graduate and postgraduate levels at the University of Karachi, St. Patrick’s College (HoD) and College of Banking and Finance. At Iqra University, she is engaged in teaching; drafting and editing articles; and composing modules and reviews for periodicals. Ms. Simon has presented papers at international conferences and has a number of research publications to her credit. Her current analyses deal with issues pertinent to higher education, gender-specific educational interventions, cognitive sciences, qualitative research methods and education-public sector.
In addition, her subject specific research interests comprise: examining the alternative patterns of lineation in Metaphysical poetry; exploring psycho-symbolic master-servant relationships in Elizabethan literature; and investigating the use of language as an instrument of tyranny and suppression of truth in the works of George Orwell.
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