TQ Chāt | # 11

Jul 2014

General Kayani Playing Basketball

General Kayani Playing Basketball

 “One Boy, One Girl“, and “Wet wood catches fire when burnt with dry wood” from Tanqeed’s video reportage on the War on Terror in Pakistan

A copy of Ayesha Jalal’s Self and Sovereignty (you’re welcome, internet)

In one hand a pen in the other a gun’: Punjabi language radicalism in Punjab, Pakistan

The Invention of the Hetrosexual

A history of the Hoshruba epic (be sure to see there are 12 pages)

Ustad Allah Bakhsh (1895-1978) captures the magic and dense storytelling of the Hoshruba epic in his glorious painting Tilism-e Hoshruba. This painting hangs in the Lahore Museum.

Ustad Allah Bakhsh (1895-1978) captures the magic and dense storytelling of the Hoshruba epic in his glorious painting Tilism-e Hoshruba. This painting hangs in the Lahore Museum.

Noshing with Nomads

Inaugural issue of Gadar Magazine: The United States of India (pub. July 1923)

Rewriting Hafez: Re-theorizing Untranslatability in Persian Poetry

Palestine: Visualizing the Conditions of the Occupation

Between Sultans and Kings: Translation in the Early Modern Mediterranean

سرکار کی آنکھ سے

سامراجی جنگ،ترقی کا راستہ اور لیفٹ

Mr. Mustache - Pakistan Army 2012

Mr. Mustache – Pakistan Army 2012

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