6th Floor,

Arfa Software Technology Park, Lahore

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

Saira Salman
Teaching Fellow, School of Humanities and Social Sciences
M.Phil in English Literature, Kinnaird College for Women

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