IBA lecture series by Dr Noman ul Haq on May 7

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IBA lecture series by Dr Noman ul Haq on May 7

May 2, 2018

KARACHI: A distinguished lecture series by Dr Syed Nomanul Haq Institute of Business Administration Karachi (IBA) will be held on 7th May 2018 at city campus Karachi.

Dr Nomanul Haq will be talking about Allama Iqbal and the topic of the discussion is Iqbal as History Iqbal as commodity.

Eighty years after the death of Allama Iqbal, this lecture by Dr. Syed Nomanul Haq assesses the literary, philosophical, and political status of this lofty national figure at this particular historical juncture. Dr Haq’s assessment is based essentially on primary sources, particularly Iqbal’s Urdu and Persian poetry as well as his private letters.

Dr Nomanul Haq has been serving as a senior faculty member of IBA in the Department of the Social Sciences and Liberal arts, functioning as its advisor.

He continues to be a visiting scholar at the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn). In the past he has taught at LUMS, Brown University, and at U.Penn. He has been published in some of the world’s top journals and by some leading academic presses. Dr Haq has written widely about Iqbal’s poetry and thought.

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IBA lecture series by Dr Noman ul Haq on May 7

Home » Karachi

IBA lecture series by Dr Noman ul Haq on May 7

May 2, 2018

KARACHI: A distinguished lecture series by Dr Syed Nomanul Haq Institute of Business Administration Karachi (IBA) will be held on 7th May 2018 at city campus Karachi.

Dr Nomanul Haq will be talking about Allama Iqbal and the topic of the discussion is Iqbal as History Iqbal as commodity.

Eighty years after the death of Allama Iqbal, this lecture by Dr. Syed Nomanul Haq assesses the literary, philosophical, and political status of this lofty national figure at this particular historical juncture. Dr Haq’s assessment is based essentially on primary sources, particularly Iqbal’s Urdu and Persian poetry as well as his private letters.

Dr Nomanul Haq has been serving as a senior faculty member of IBA in the Department of the Social Sciences and Liberal arts, functioning as its advisor.

He continues to be a visiting scholar at the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn). In the past he has taught at LUMS, Brown University, and at U.Penn. He has been published in some of the world’s top journals and by some leading academic presses. Dr Haq has written widely about Iqbal’s poetry and thought.

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