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Name: Dr. Shazia Akbar Ghilzai
Designation: Assistant Professor
Department: Linguistics


Qualifications:

M.A. Psycho and Neuro Linguistics (The University of Essex, UK)

Ph.D. English Linguistics and Literature (University Sorbonne Paris Nord, France)



Phone: +92-51 9064-3046
Email: sghilzai@qau.edu.pk
Status: On Job
Other Weblink: http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Shazia_Ghilzai


Research Interests Publications Conferences Research Projects

Her  research interests include :

Critical Discourse Analysis

Conversation Analysis

Semiotics

Literary Criticism

Critical Theory

Corpus Linguistics

Psycholinguistics

Neurolinguistics

Applied Linguistics

Anthropological Linguistics

Language and gender.


 

Ghilzai, S.A., M Sultana, A. Zeeshan (2020). Proverbial Rhetoric in Sustenance of Gender Stereotypes: An Ethnological Account of Proverbs from Pakistani Languages. Global Language Review 5 (2), 1-9.

Ishaq M., leghari, I.U., and Ghilzai.S.A. (2020). Indigenous Knowledge and Disaster Mitigation: The Case of Kalasha Community of Northern Pakistan. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(3), 2396-2415.

Ghilzai, S.A. (2020). Overgeneralization and Under-generalization in SLA: Evidence from Japanese. European Academic Research 8 (2), 753-762.

Ghilzai, S.A., ZA Bajwa (2020). Seeing Pakistan through the Gaze of Cartoonists-Editorial Cartoons Epitome of National Interest. European Academic Research 8 (2), 885-904.

Ghilzai, S.A. (2020) Exploring Power Politics and Hegemonic Struggles through Semiotic Analysis of Political Cartoons. European Academic Research 8 (3), 1354-1372.

Ghilzai, S.A. (2020). History of Pakistanis’ Power Politics-from 1947 to 2020- through the Critical Lenses of Cartoonists-Analysis of Political Cartoons. European Academic Research 8 (3), 1373-1398.

Ghilzai, S.A. (2018). SLI as A Processing Deficit? Perspectives in Language, Linguistics and Media 3 (1), 233-246.

Ghilzai, S.A., & Siddiqi, H. (2018). On Coming Back? The Impact of Expectations. RISS 2 (1), 117-130.

Ghilzai, S.A. (2018). Reviewing empty categories: psycholinguistic reality of NP trace and PRO gaps. PLLM 3 (1), 185-201.

Ghilzai, S.A. (2018). Reviewing incremental interpretation in second language sentence processing. Perspectives in Language, Linguistics and Media 3 (1), 202-217.

Ghilzai, S.A. (2018). The Influence of Cognitive and Psychological Factors on the Syntactic variation of Genitive Constructions: A comparison of English & Greek Language. PLLM 2 (1), 111-148.

Ghilzai, S.A. (2018). Reviewing Production and Comprehension of Wh-questions in German Broca’s Aphasia. PLLM 3 (1), 218-232.

Ghilzai, S.A. (2018). Is morphological decomposition limited to low frequency words? : An analytical review of morphological effects in. Perspectives in Language, Linguistics and Media 2 (1), 168-184.

Ghilzai, S.A. (2018). ERP’s for inflectional morphology: A review of single route vs dual route models of word recognition. ILSC 2 (1), 127-143.

Ghilzai, S.A., R Alam, Z Ahmad, A. Shaukat, SS Noor (2017). Impact of Cartoon Programs on Children’s Language and Behavior. ILSC 2 (1), 104-126

Ghilzai, S.A., Ayaz-ud-din, M Asghar (2017). A Critical Discourse Analysis of Imran Khan’s First Speech in the Parliament. PLLM 2 (1), 149-167.

Ghilzai, S.A., A. Kanwal (2017). Semiotic Analysis of Evil Eye Beliefs among Pakistani Cultures and their Predetermined Behavior. Research Issues in Social Sciences 1 (1), 47-67.

Ghilzai, S.A.  (2017). The Influence of Cognitive and Psychological Factors on the Syntactic variation of Genitive Constructions: A comparison of English & Greek Language. PLLM 2 (1), 111-148.

Ghilzai, S.A.  (2017). Sensitivity to Morphosyntactic Features in L2 Sentence Processing: Evidence from Persian, Urdu, and Japanese. Insights in Language, society and Culture 2 (1), 86-103.

Ghilzai, S.A. (2017). ERP’s for inflectional morphology: A review of single route vs dual route models of word recognition. ILSC 2 (1), 127-143.

Ghilzai, S.A. (2017). Is morphological decomposition limited to low frequency words? An analytical review of morphological effects in visual word recognition. Perspectives in Language, Linguistics and Media 2 (1), 168-184.

Ghilzai, S.A., H Siddiqi (2017). On Coming Back? The Impact of Expectations on Repatriates’ Psychosomatic state. RISS 2 (1), 117-130.

Ghilzai, S.A., S kabir (2017). A Comparative Analysis of Socio-cultural Variations in Politeness among Pakistani, Indian and Turkish Dramas. Perspectives in Language, Linguistics and Media 2 (1), 83-110.

Ghilzai, S.A., SB Naqvi, R Ishaq, N Riaz (2016) Representation of Hero & Heroines in Pakistani and Indian Dramas. PLLM 1 (1), 14 - 24

Ghilzai, S.A., Z Sajjad, F Ali, A. Khursheed, S Ghadeer (2016). Representation of Parents in Pakistani and Indian Media. Perspectives in Language, Linguistics and Media 1 (1), 48-82

Ghilzai, S.A., M Baloch (2016). Conversational Analysis of Turn taking Behavior and Gender Differences in Multimodal Conversation Perspectives in Language, Linguistics and Media 1 (1), 1-13.

Ghilzai, S.A., A. Ijaz (2016). A Study of Mystery and Misconceptions about Chua’s Of Shah Doula Peer. Insights in Language, Society and Culture 1 (2), 74-85

Ghilzai, S.A., H Ali (2016). Why only beg or dance? Trans genders. Insights in Language, Society and Culture 1 (1), 1-18

A Mehboob, N Baloch, SA Ghilzai (2016). EFL Learners’ Self-correction in Spoken Language. PLLM 1 (1), 34-47.

Ghilzai, S.A., Aniyat, A. (2015). Interruptions - A device to establish control and authority? An analysis of the Psychological function of Interruptions Deployed to Aver Domination in Conversation European academic research 3 (9), 10100-10116.

Ghilzai, S.A. (2014). The Role of L1 transfer in the Processing of L2 English Possessive Constructions: Evidence from German. European academic research 2 (6), 7454-7481.

Ghilzai, S.A. (2013). Truth value Cognitive Strategies and the Black magic. Paper presented in1st Kashmir international conference on Linguistics held at AJK University, Kashmir. 16-05-13.

Ghilzai, S.A. (2010). Acceptability Judgement in Non-Native Speakers of English in Sentence Processing. Research Group Project conducted at the University of Essex, UK.

Ghilzai, S.A. (2010). The  Role  of  Transfer  in  the  Acquisition  of  L2  Possessive by German, Greek, Japanese and Chinese speakers. MA Dissertation, the University of Essex, UK.

 

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Conferences/ Seminars/ workshops attended

 

Corpus Linguistics at IIUI, Pakistan                                                           (3-4 /12/2012)

2nd Kashmir international conference on Linguistics                                (15-16/05/ 2013)

International Conference on Migration, Education and Development in South Asia held at Q.A.U under HEC - British Council’s INSPIRE Program                                             (27-28 /03/ 2014)

SARI Annual International Conference 2018 entitled Resilience at Indian Literature, Culture and Cinema at the University Paris Nanterre and University Paris 13 Villetaneous Campus. 

Art, History, Post-colonialism and the Global Turn Conference at RISD (Rhode Island School of Design)                                           (25-09-2020) (09-10-2020) (23-10-2020)

9th Interdisciplinary Post graduate Conference, College of Business and Social Sciences Dept. AARM Birmingham , UK                                                              (10-09-2020)

The sexual politics of Freedom Conference by the Irish Centre of Human Rights, the National University of Ireland, Galway.                                                                (17-18/092020)

The Queer politics of Postcolonality, Centre for feminist Research, Goldsmith’s College, the University of London                                                                              (11/09/2020)               

Seminar Navigating digital Identities at Bell House Dulwich, UK              (8-092020)

Seminar Exploring the Intersectionality of Race and Gender at Utah State University

(20-09-2020)

 Seminar how do we talk about other geographies in/of Europe organized by RSA (Regional Studies Association) Research Network London                                                    (23-09-2020)

6th International Conference of the Linguistic Association of Pakistan (ICLAP)

(19-11-2019)

Seminars/Conferences /workshops Organized

 

Seminar on field Linguistics                                                          (30/11/11)

Invited speaker: Dr. Henrik Liljegren

            Stockholm University Sweden

 

Seminar on Linguistics  sans Languages                                     (14/03/11)

Code mixing                                                                                  (20/02/12)

Invited speaker:  Qaisra Shahraz

(Writer of Holy woman, pair of jeans & typhoon)

 

Typological Linguistics                                                                (12/05/12)

            Invited speaker: Dr. Henrik Liljegren

            Stockholm University Sweden

 

The learning mind 2020                                                               (2012)

Invited speaker: Dr. Abbas Hussain

Experienced Corporate and Educational Trainer,

International Speaker and Director at School of Intelligences

 

Seminar on Pakistani Languages                                                 (2013)

Invited speaker: Dr. Henrik Liljegren

            Stockholm University Stockholm University Sweden

 

 Scope of Linguistics                                                                     (28/5/2015)

Invited speaker: Omkar Koul

Central Institute of Indian Languages, India

 

Description of languages by using FLEX                                    (10/7/2015)

Invited speaker: Sadaf Munshi

The University of Texas, Austin

 

Multilingualism                                                                             (23/9/2015)

 Dr Rika Yamashita

University of Tokyo, Japan

 

Seminar on Applied Linguistic Research

Prof Dr Kathryn Richardson

 Queen Mary University of London                                          (14/10/2015)

 


Ghilzai, S.A. (2012) Sensitivity to Morphosyntactic Violations of Gender Agreement in Second Language Processing. (PKR 1.20, 000). University Research Funded Project    (URF), Quaid-e-Azam University. 



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