Hooria Liaqat has earned distinction in MA in English from the University of the Punjab, in 2014. Her MPhil dissertation titled (Re)Location of Power in J.M. Coetzee’s Disgrace and Foe explores power as a postcolonial phenomenon. Building upon the contention that power relations in the postcolonial world are defined by flux instead of fixity, her work examines the factors that are crucial to power distribution in the post-apartheid South Africa. She has presented research papers at conferences held at the University of the Manchester (UK), Institute of Black Atlantic Research, University of Central Lancashire (UK), Kinnaird College for Women (Pakistan) and Forman Christian College (Pakistan). She has also attended the Postcolonial Studies Association Convention (2019) held in the United Kingdom and 15th Annual Feminist Theory Workshop organized by the Duke University. Her academic interests include Postcolonial literature, Feminist Studies, Modern fiction and Digital Humanities.