Vazira Zamindar:
Associate Professor, Department of History, Brown University


Memory and War in Bangladesh,’

“India-Pakistan Partition and Forced Migrations,” The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migrations, Wiley, Spring 2012

‘1947: Recovering Displaced Histories of Karachi’, Interpreting the Sindhi World: Essays on Culture, History and Language, edited by Michel Boivin and Mathew Cook. Karachi: Oxford University Press, 2009.

The Long Partition and the Making of Modern South Asia: Refugees, Boundaries, Histories, New York: Columbia University Press, 2007. 

‘Edward Said and Eqbal Ahmad: Anti-Imperialist Struggles in a PostColonial World’, ISIM Review, No. 13. December 2003.

‘Veiled Politics: Rethinking the Debate on Hijab’, ISIM Review, No.13. December 2003.

‘Sadequain: The Making and Unmaking of a National Artist’, The Holy Sinner, edited by Salima Hashmi. Karachi: Herald Publications, 2003. 

‘Yeh mulk hamara ghar: the national order of things and Muslim identity in John Mathew Mattan’s Sarfaroosh’, in Contemporary South Asia, Vol. 11, no.2 (2002):183-198.

'Rite of Passage: The Partition of History and the Dawn of Pakistan', Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, Vol. 1, no.2 (1999):183-200.

‘A House Divided’, The Herald Special Issue for the 50th Anniversary of Independence, Karachi: August 1997.

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