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COMMUNITY

Progressivism in Pakistani Higher Education

Sociologist Nida Kirmani in conversation with Associate Editor Nur Nasreen Ibrahim
VOL. 1
INTERVIEW

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27 Aug 2020
Interview
Pashtun Tahafuz Movement
Interview
Pashtun Tahafuz Movement
Postcolonial Feminist Theory
Progressivism
Deniz Kandiyoti
Lyari
Mama Qadeer
Zakir Nagar
Refusal of Anthropology
Baloch Missing Persons
Gulalai Ismail
Matiullah Jan

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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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