Issue 10: Borders/Boundaries

Pashtuns in Lahore

Jan 2016

Pashtuns and their work circuits are part of Lahore's Walled City heritage, but they are now under-valued–and targeted. Issue 10
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Mobility and Spatiality among Tribal Pashtuns

Jan 2016

Horizontal mobility and frequent movement are considered a cosmopolitan lifestyle when practiced by the elite. Not so lower down in the socioeconomic ladder: Mobile Tribal Pashtuns are associated with illegality. Issue 10
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Poets of Partition

Jan 2016

What is the poet's role in the history of Partition? Issue 10: Borders/Boundaries
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The Razed our Homes | VOICES

Dec 2015

Five months on, a political worker remembers one of Islamabad's most brutal evictions. Issue 10: Borders/Boundaries
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A Politics of Rage in Islamabad

Dec 2015

Loss and anger in the aftermath of this summer's brutal slum eviction in Islamabad is fundamental to a resistant and emancipatory politics. Issue 10: Borders/Boundaries
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Lines of Control: Partition as a Productive Space

Dec 2015

A curator reflects on Partition, and the role of visual culture in showing the unsayable, giving voice to the unthinkable, and shaping images out of the forgotten. Issue 10: Borders/Boundaries
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Why the Left is (Still) Sexist

Dec 2015

Dare I suggest that it isn’t so much that the Left needs to rethink its gender politics, but that the Left needs to rethink its politics? Issue 10: Borders/Boundaries
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