The author is a linguistic historian.
The first coherent account of the response to 9/11 portraying Pakistan, its literature and its art forms
The complexity of teaching and learning English in the country and recommendations for the future.
Both the law and the society in Pakistan do not allow certain radical forms of questioning
Harris Khalique’s new book is more than just a milestone in Pakistani poetry; it is a psychologically devastating social indictment and political...
An academic remembered for his wit and genuine respect for his counterparts -- whether or not he agreed with them
Aasim Sajjad Akhtar’s latest book resurrects the dead tradition of using left-leaning theoretical models to Pakistan’s political analysis
Anam Zakaria’s new book is an original and significant addition to the contemporary history on Azad Kashmir
A revisit to the violent partition of the subcontinent and the accompanying nostalgia and trauma of divided lives
Nasim Zehra’s book on Kargil is a valuable addition to the existing scholarship on Pakistan’s wars and military decision-making -- a brave...
The book is an original, highly rigorous and well-informed piece of research on the interface of morality and economics -- something which happens...