Issue 6: Mobs and Movements

Issue 6: Mobs and Movements

Mar 2014
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اردو | In this issue, we explore the tensions between the fragment and the whole: the mobs, the movements and the great teeming multitude.
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A Chronicle of the Death of a Civilization

Mar 2014
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اردو | It is Antoon’s virtuoso treatment of the themes of translation and the body that give this remarkable work its devastating, haunting power.
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Twenty-Three Million Stories

Mar 2014
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اردو | Bilal Tanweer has written a book of unusual beauty. TQ sits down with Tanweer to discuss his debut novel.
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The Man Who Could

Mar 2014
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اردو | Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry leaves behind a mixed legacy.
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In the Time of Riots: Communal Violence and Client Politics

Mar 2014
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اردو | Despite popular belief, it is widespread, shadowy networks—not religious tension—that drive Hindu-Muslim conflict in India.
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On Blind Faith: The Politics of Liberal Guilt

Mar 2014
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اردو | The people’s democratic project will have to avoid the liberalism fostered by an imperialist culture that detests Pakistan from the outset as a savage country.
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“And How Many Rains Must Fall” | Art Review

Mar 2014
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اردو | Artist Imran Qureshi brought violence to the rooftop of the Metropolitan Museum of Art–and its contradiction into the lives of the everyday New Yorker.
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