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Progressivism in Pakistani Higher Education

Most dissenters in Pakistan, whether it's a movement like the PTM, or journalists critical of the state, the first reaction of the state's representatives is to characterize them as traitors or funded by foreign governments.

RECOMMENDED: Questioning the ‘Muslim Woman’: Identity and Insecurity in an Urban Indian Locality by Nida Kirmani (Routledge, 2013)

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Pashtun Tahafuz Movement
Postcolonial Feminist Theory
Progressivism
Deniz Kandiyoti
Lyari
Mama Qadeer
Zakir Nagar
Refusal of Anthropology
Baloch Missing Persons
Gulalai Ismail
Matiullah Jan

NIDA KIRMANI is the Madeleine Haas Russell Visiting Associate Professor of South Asian Studies at Brandeis University. She is an Associate Professor of Sociology in the Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), and coordinator of the Gender and Sexuality Studies Minor. She is a leading feminist public intellectual who has published widely on issues related to gender, Islam, women’s movements, development, and urban studies in India and Pakistan. She completed her Ph.D. in 2007 from the University of Manchester in Sociology. Her book, Questioning ‘the Muslim Woman’: Identity and Insecurity in an Urban Indian Locality, was published in 2013 by Routledge. She is currently working on on urban violence, gender, and insecurity in Lyari in Karachi, Pakistan.

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Pashtun Tahafuz Movement

NIDA KIRMANI

Sociologist Nida Kirmani in conversation with Associate Editor Nur Nasreen Ibrahim

VOL. 1
27 Aug 2020
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