Faculty Profile

Syeda Beena Butool

Assistant Professor

  • PhD , (Pursuing Ethics & Philosophy), Florida State University - 2013
  • MPhil (IR), University of Cambridge - 2007
  • MA (IR), University of Karachi - 2005
  • BA (Hons), University of Karachi - 2004
Area of Specialization:
Professional Activities:
On-board Status: Study Leave


Work Experience:

  • - Assistant Professor at Institute of Business Administration, Karachi (Apr-2012 to PRESENT)
  • - Lecturer at Institute of Business Administration, Karachi (May-2010 to Mar-2012)
  • - Full time Faculty Member at Institute of Business Administration, Karachi (Jan-2010 to Apr-2010)
  • - Adjunct Lecturer at Institute of Business Administration, Karachi (Jan-2009 to Nov-2009)
  • - Research Manager at Iqra University, Karachi (Oct-2007 to Oct-2008)

Membership & Affiliations:
  • - ASSOCIATE MEMBE, Pak Institute of Int'l Affairs
  • - MEMBER, Camb Int'l Studies Association

Honors & Awards:
  • - OSI Chevening Cambridge Trust Scholar-MPhil, Cambridge Trust OSI Chevening Cambridge Trust Scholar for the year 2006 to pursue MPhil at University of Cambridge.


sbutool@iba.edu.pk
: 111422422 (Ext.Study Leave)

 

Research Interest

List to come

  • FOUND. OF HUMAN BEHAVIOUR
  • HUMAN BEHAVIOR
  • INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
  • PHILOSOPHY LOGIC AND ETHICS
  • SOCIOECONOMIC PHILO. OF ISLAM
  • Syeda Beena Butool "Pakistani Responses to AfPak Policy: Local Narratives and an Ending Global War?", Asian Survey, Dec 01, 2013, Berkley, United States
  • Syeda Beena Butool "Pak Suzuki: The Termination Strategy", International Case Study Conference, Dec 15, 2012, Hyderabad, India
  • Syeda Beena Butool "Drone strikes inside FATA and the Lost Pakistani Narrative", The 41st Annual Conference on South Asia, Oct 14, 2012, Madison, Wisconsin., United States
  • Syeda Beena Butool "Dilemmas of Conflict Management: Pakistani Responses to AfPak Policy", XVI International Young Scholars Conference inaugurated by the Jan Masaryk Centre of International Studies at the University of Economics, May 25, 2012, Prague, England