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Book: The Other Shiites. From the Mediterranean to Central Asia

michelboivin (5 oct. 2008)

Alessandro Monsutti, Silvia Naef & Fabian Sabah (eds) (2007) The Other Shiites. From the Mediterranean to Central Asia, Bern, Peter Lang. This collective volume is the proceedings of an international conference, which took place at the University of Geneva in 2002. The « Other » in the title ...

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Book: Poetry, Islam and Ethnicity in Postcolonial Pakistan

Rémy (15 nov. 2011)

Nukhbah Taj Langah, Poetry as Resistance: Islam and Ethnicity in Postcolonial Pakistan, New Delhi, Routledge India, 2011. "Focusing on the culturally and historically rich Siraiki-speaking region, often tagged as ‘South Punjab’, this book discusses the ways in which Siraiki creative writers have ...

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International conference: Exploring modern South Asian history with visual research methods

Rémy (12 déc. 2012)

Call for papers ‘Exploring modern South Asian history with visual research methods: theories and practices’ Conference University of Cambridge, 15 – 16 March 2013 CFP deadline: 31 December 2012 Conveners: Dr Annamaria Motrescu (University of Cambridge) and Prof. Marcus Banks (University of ...

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Call for papers: "Sindh through the centuries", December 2013

Rémy (3 mai 2013)

Second International Seminar on "Sindh through the centuries" Karachi, December 2013 "Sindh Madressatul Islam University is organizing Second International Seminar on “Sindh Through the Centuries” at Karachi in December 2013. The seminar will focus on history, culture, language, archeology, ...

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Book: Interpreting the Sindhi World: Essays on Culture and History

Rémy (25 août 2011)

Michel Boivin & Matthew A. Cook (Ed.), Interpreting the Sindhi World: Essays on Culture and History, Karachi, Oxford University Press, 2010. The book edited by Michel Boivin (CNRS, Paris) and Matthew Cook (North Carolina Central University) provides an array of papers dealing with society and ...

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Book: Journey to God. Sufis and Dervishes in Islam

Rémy (10 janv. 2009)

Jürgen Wasim Frembgen (2008) Journey to God. Sufis and Dervishes in Islam, Karachi, Oxford University Press. Since 1981, the author has been conducting ethnographic fieldwork on Islamic mysticism and Sufi cults in South Asia and more particularly in Pakistan. His latest book is a revised English ...

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MIFS Newsletter n°6 (September 2011)

Rémy (5 sept. 2011)

The editorial team of the Sindhi Studies Group is pleased to present to you the sixth issue of the MIFS newsletter. You will find various information (interview, fieldwork report,excerpt from Sindhi poetry, book reviews, agenda, etc.) pertaining to Sufism, Sindh, Pakistan. You can download it here ...

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PhD thesis: Inventories of historic towns in Sindh

michelboivin (5 nov. 2009)

Anila Naeem, Recognising historic significance using inventories: a case of historic towns in Sindh, Pakistan, Joint Center for Urban Design - Oxford Brook, 16 November 2009. "This research deals with two connected problems in the context of Sindh, the south-eastern parts of Pakistan: the lack of ...

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Book: Atlas of Muslim Minorities in South and South-East Asia

Rémy (1 mai 2010)

Michel Gilquin (dir.), 2010, Atlas des minorités musulmanes en Asie méridionale et orientale, Paris, Editions CNRS, 347 p. This book brings together fifteen contributions addressing the issue of Muslim minorities in South Asia (India, Nepal, Sri Lanka) and Southeast Asia (Burma, Thailand, Cambodia ...

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MA dissertation: Hurs and the Historiography of Sindh

michelboivin (12 mai 2010)

Abdul Haque Chang, The Issue of Hur: Representation in the Historiography of Sindh, MA thesis in Cultural Anthropology, University of Texas, Austin, 2010. "This thesis aimed at understanding how certain narratives about the Hurs of Sindh generated by British colonial administers have become dominant ...

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