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Muhammad Talal Khalid

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Graduate Teaching Assistant

Faculty of Arts, Department of English

Graduate Student - Masters

Faculty of Arts, Department of English

Work-Integrated Learning Project Assistant

Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning, TI Experiential Learning Team

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Educational Background

BS Honours English Literature, National University of Modern Languages, 2021

M.Phil English Literature, Bahauddin Zakariya University, 2023


Pakistani-born Muhammad Talal Khalid is an international student enrolled in the critical stream of the English literature thesis-based master's programme. His interests are: Trauma Theory, Long Eighteenth Century, Postcolonial and Disability Studies. His thesis mostly concerns with anxious attitudes vis-a-vis Colonialism, specifically Slavery, among Romantic Authors. His honours thesis at the National University of Modern Language in Pakistan focused on the critical race theory while reading American young adult literature. He is also managing editor of Muse Ponder.


Course number Course title Semester
ENGL 251.11 Literature and Society Winter 2023


  • Jillian Allan Master’s Entrance Award, 2022

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Languages Spoken: English, Urdu, Punjabi, Hindi, Saraiki, Hindko.