- Public Health (13)
- Arts (6)
- Militarism & War (6)
- Diaspora/Migration (5)
- Islam (5)
- Activism (4)
- Colonialism (4)
- Communalism (4)
- Gender (4)
- Nationalism (4)
- Class (2)
- Elections (2)
- Queer (2)
- Separatism (2)
- Youth/2nd Gen (2)
- 11-Sep (1)
- Censorship (1)
- Globalization (1)
- Neoliberalism (1)
- Nuclearization (1)
- Obama (1)
- Police Brutality (1)
- Race (1)
- Sikhism (1)
Results for Pakistan
- Book Review: Corona by Bushra Rehman (Sibling Rivalry Press, 2013)
This fragmented, musical novel breaks the prettiness of memory, brings irreverent humor where it should, shows the crisscross of ethnic neighborhoods in New York City, and celebrates love in the midst of violence. ...
- Inquilab Zindabad
Choreographer Joti Singh reflects on her own familial connections to Ghadar history, staged recently in her production "Red, Saffron, and Green." ...
- Book Review: The State of Islam: Culture And Cold War Politics In Pakistan by Saadia Toor
Hamzah Saif reviews Saadia Toor's The State of Islam , "a forceful corrective to the dialogue on Pakistan." ...
- The Art of Politics
In honor of our 20th anniversary, we wanted to share our perspectives on crafting this vibrant issue, which features poetry by Bushra Rehman, Purvi Shah, YaliniDream and Ather Zia, along with a photo essay by Sabelo Narasimhan. Together, these pieces ...
- Bushra Rehman / Corona / It Sucks When The Whole Of Your Relationship Fits Into One T-Mobile Bill
This was my world, where the city met the pulse of irrepressible wildlife, where my parents and their friends created a Muslim community from scratch. It is this world and the leaving of it I recreate in my writing. ...
- Tonight in Kashmir
Late at night, alone but not in silence, in the capital city of Kashmir ...
- Of Silences, Suffering and Solidarity: Facing South Asia’s “Original Sin”
A monthly column by South Asia Solidarity Initiative that discusses current social justice issues in South Asia and the imperative of transnational solidarity. This month, Mohamad Junaid and Balmurli Natrajan explore the need for South Asians to rise in ...
- Hunting the “Out-of-Place Muslim”
The Global War on Terror’s fixation on al-Qa‘ida as a roving band of "foreign fighters" allows the U.S. to claim that it is not fighting a war on Islam, but rather helping local Muslim populations rid themselves of narrow-minded interlopers ...
- The Trouble with Secularism
A Review of Amitava Kumar's Husband of a Fanatic ...
- Resurrecting Pacifism
Non-violence in an Era of Nuclear Nationalism ...