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Chats Ep. 6: On Qurratulain Hyder's sci-fi story "Roshni ki Raftaar"

Time traveling from 1960s India to early modern Egypt with the acclaimed Urdu writer Qurratulain Hyder.
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30 Nov 2020
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Urdu Fiction
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Urdu Fiction
Posthumous
Qurratulain Hyder
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Time Travel
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An reading of the late Urdu writer Qurratulain Hyder's short story "Roshni ki Raftaar" by Nur Nasreen Ibrahim & Zuneera Shah, editors at SAAG. Featuring time travel, women in science, sci-fi traditions in Urdu compared to those in English, and much more.

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