She is M Phil in Linguistics, presently working as Lecturer in English at GCWU, Sialkot. She has a great bent towards interdisciplinary research especially in studying the literature through corpus based methodologies. She is teaching Linguistics and Literature at BS and MA level besides teaching English as a minor course in various disciplines. She has practical and unconventional approach to different tasks and has ability to work as an energetic team member.
Mahmood, A. M., Zaffar, S., & Perveen, S. (2011). Front Vowels in Pakistani English. International Journal of Academic Research.3 (5).
Mahmood, R., Parveen, S., Shah, K. S. & Batool, A. (2013). A Corpus Driven Comparative Study of Representation of ‘Man ‘and ‘Woman’ in Pakistani and British English Fictions. International Institute for Science, Technology and Education (IISTE).
Mahmood, R., Batool, A., Shah, K. S. & Parveen, S. (2013). A Corpus Driven Comparative Analysis of Modal Verbs in Pakistani and British English Fictions. International Institute for Science, Technology and Education (IISTE).
Parveen, S. (2015). Cultural Identity in Pakistani Fiction: A Case Study in Pakistani Culture. Journal of Literature, Languages and Linguistics, 8, 82-84.