Dr. Tahir Saleem

Dr. Tahir Saleem

Dr. Tahir Saleem

Associate Head, Department of Linguistics

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Dr. Tahir has a 15-year career as an Associate Professor, teacher, and researcher. He earned his PhD in Linguistics and Literature from Air University Islamabad. Throughout his career, he has held positions such as Lecturer cum House Master (BS-17) in English at Army Burn Hall College for Boys Abbottabad and Assistant Professor in the Department of English at the University of Lahore. Dr. Tahir boasts an impressive academic and administrative record in higher education. His research interests span various areas, including Syntax, Morphology, Semantic, Bilingualism, and L2 Pragmatics. He actively participates in national and international conferences, where he presents and shares his research findings. Additionally, Dr. Tahir is dedicated to publishing his research work in Web of Science and Scopus Indexed journals, with an accumulative impact factor of more than 10. Furthermore, Dr. Tahir has been a mentor to several students who successfully completed their M. Phil. degrees under his supervision.

PhD Linguistics & Literature Air University Islamabad 2020
M.Phil Applied Linguistics Hazara University Mansehra 2014
MA English Language Teaching & LinguisticsUniversity of the Punjab 2007
MA English Literature University of the Punjab 2005
Associate Head Department of Linguistics, University of Central Punjab Lahore January 23, 2023, to date
Associate Professor University of Central Punjab Lahore February 5, 2018, to January 23, 2023
Assistant Professor The University of Lahore November 5, 2014, to February 5, 2018
Lecturer (BS-17) Army Burh Hall College for Boys Abbottabad March 17, 2008, to October 31, 2014
1Ullah, S. Anjum, U. Saleem, T. (in press). Voice Onset Time of Mankiyali: An Acoustic Analysis. Heliyon.
2Haroon, S., Aslam, M., Saleem, T. (2023). Exploring the Cross-Linguistic Functioning of the Principles of Wh-Movements: The Case of Pakistani ESL Learners. Cogent Arts & Humanities, 9(2). Online
3Saleem, A., & Saleem, T. (2023). Pragmatic Transfer in Congratulation Strategies of Punjabi EFL Learners: Social Power in Focus. Ampersand,10.Online
4Ghani, F., Saleem, T., Majeed, S., Batool, R., & Aslam, M. (2022). A corpus-based comparative ideational meta-functional analysis of Pakistani English and UK English newspaper editorials on COVID-19. Cogent Arts & Humanities, 9(1), 2-18. Online
5Saleem, A., Saleem, T., Aziz, A. (2022). A Pragmatic Study of Congratulation Strategies of Pakistani ESL Learners and British English Speakers. Asian-Pacific Journal of Second and Foreign Education, 7, 8 (2022). Online
6Saleem, T (2021). Linguistic Politeness of Pakistani English and British English Speakers: Culture and Gender Perspectives. Cogent Arts & Humanities, 8(1). Online
7Saleem, T., Anjum, U., & Ahmed, M. A., Qadeer, A., Shehzad, W. (2021). Developing Sociocultural Competence of English-using Pakistanis in EFL Classrooms: A Case of Apology Speech Acts. Asian EFL Journal, 28(1). Online
8Saleem, T., Unjum, U., Ahmed, M. I., & Qadeer, A. (2021). Social distance and speech behavior: A case of Pakistani English speakers’ apology responses. Cogent Arts & Humanities, 8(1), 1890410. Online
9Saleem, T., Anjum, U., & Tahir, S. (2021). The sociopragmatic and pragmalinguistic strategies in L2 pragmatic competence: A Case of Pakistani ESL learners. Journal of Intercultural Communication Research, 50(2), 185-206. Online
10Mushtaq, M., Saleem, T., Afzal, S., & Saleem, A. (2021). A corpus-based ideational meta-functional analysis of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s speech at United Nations general assembly. Cogent Social Sciences, 7(1), 1856999. Online
11Aziz, A., Saleem, T., Maqsood, B., & Ameen, Z. (2020). Grammatical and Syntactical Functions of Auxiliaries in English and Urdu. Amazonia Investiga, 9(35), 8-16. Online
12Anjum, U., Saleem, T., Qadeer, A., Khalid, M., & Shehzad, W. (2020). Tarawara community a marginalized linguistic community: An ethnohistorical perspective. Journal of Asian Civilizations, 43(2), 95-115.
13Zahara, F. T., Saleem, T., Joiya, N., & Abdullah, F. (2020). Mayers-Scotten’s 4-M Model: A Qusai-Experimental Study of Pashto-English Morphological Ability. Amazonia Investiga, 9(34), 8-16. Online
14Saleem, T., Anjum, U., & Khalid, M. (2020). Influence of social stratification on Pakistani English speakers apology responses: A phenomenological approach. Pakistan Journal of Society, Education and Language (PJSEL), 7(1), 52-63.
15Saleem, T., Batool, R., Saleem, A., & Azam, S. (2020). Caught between Two Cultures: Pragmatic Transfer in English-using Pakistanis Apology Responses. Amazonia Investiga, 9(35), 8-16. Online
16Saleem, T., Hakal, M., & Azam, S. (2020). Transcultural pragmatics awareness in ESL classroom: A case of Pakistani English speakers. Erevna: Journal of Linguistics and Literature, 4(1), 53-70.
17Aziz, F., Saleem, T., Saleem, A., & Batool, R. (2020). From pragmatic competence to intercultural competence: Pakistani ESL teachers’ perspectives of teaching interculturality in ESL classroom. Amazonia Investiga, 9(33), 37-45. Online
18Maqsood, B., Saleem, T., Aziz, A., & Azam, S. (2019). Grammatical Constraints on the Borrowing of Nouns and Verbs in Urdu and English. SAGE Open, 9(2), 21-58. Online
19Aziz, A., Maqsood, B., Saleem, T., & Azam, S. (2018). The investigation of pragmatic transfer in the speech act of congratulations by Punjabi EFL learners. International Journal of English Linguistics, 8(6), 240-255.Online
20Saleem, T., & Anjum, U. (2018). Positive and Negative Politeness: A Cross-Cultural Study of Responding to Apologies by British and Pakistani Speakers. International Journal of English Linguistics, 8(5), 71. Online
21Azam, S., & Saleem, T. (2018). Teaching pragmatic competence in Pakistani context: A case of Pakistani EFL learners compliment responses. Erevna Journal of Linguistics and Literature, 2(2), 27-49.
22Azam, S., & Saleem, T. (2018). Congratulations across cultures: Punjabi and British speakers. Erevna Journal of Linguistics and Literature, 2(1), 47-64.
23Saleem, T., Anjum, U., & Naz, A. (2018). Pragmatic Transfer in Pakistani English Speakers Apology Responses: Impact of Social Power. FWU Journal of Social Sciences, 12(2), 74. Online
24Saleem, T., Azam, S., & Servar, Q. (2018). A Lacanian reading of Kanza Javed's ashes, wine, and dust: The mourning subject of desire. New Horizons (1992-4399), 12(2).
25Aziz, A., Maqsood, B., Saleem, T., & Azam, S. (2018). A Comparative Study of WH-Movement in Urdu and English: A Minimalist Perspective. International Journal of English Linguistics, 8(6), 7-29. Online
26Ullah, S., Anjum, U., & Saleem, T. (2023). Voice Onset Time of Mankiyali Language: An Acoustic Analysis. GEMA Online Journal of Language Studies, 23(2). Online
27Khan, A. A., Khalid, A., & Saleem, T. (2023). The evidence of Embedded Language islands: the case of Pashto-English codeswitching. International Journal of Multilingualism, 1-24. Online
28Batool, R., Saleem, T. (2023). Comparative construction morphology of diminutive forms in English and Urdu. Cogent Arts and Humanities 10(01), 1-25 Online

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