6th Floor,

Arfa Software Technology Park, Lahore

P (042) - 111-111-ITU (488)

Saira Salman
Teaching Fellow
M.Phil - English Literature, Kinnaird College for Women, Pakistan

My research interest spans from interdisciplinary trends related to narratology to stage craft and the socio-political binaries with regards to theatre. I also tend to dabble in Miltonian narratives, pointedly armed with a posthumanist lens along with questions related to the innate study of the self. At present, I am invested in interdisciplinary strands related to English literature and theoretically, the post-postmodern (or as I like to call it, postmortemism), the absurd and the technological sciences.


Having studied an M.Phil in English from Kinnaird College for Women, Lahore, Saira is presently employed as a Teaching Fellow in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences in Information Technology University. Before embarking on a teaching expedition at ITU, Saira Salman was a freelance writer and beta reader for various publishing websites. She was also a trainee pilot at the Lahore Flying Club.

HEC travel grant 2018, Travelogue Poetry award (winning submission) 2014

  • British Society for Literature and Science
  • Royal Society for Literature