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View Resource Contesting the Canon: Women’s Participation in the World of Urdu Poetry

Sundas Amer was a 2020 AIPS Short-Term Research Grant awardee and conducted research in Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad, Pakistan for two months. Amer's research focuses on " the historical relationship between Iran and the Indian subcontinent and the close ties between Persian and Urdu language and literary traditions."

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View Resource Showing Up Is Half the Battle: Candidate Strategy and Vote Choice in Pakistan

Natalya Rahman was a 2021 AIPS Short-Term Research Grant awardee and conducted research in primarily Karachi, Pakistan for three months. Rahman's "outcome variable, i.e., equitable gender attitudes, has direct implications for the nature of women’s political participation in Pakistan, moving beyond the binary that is whether women turn out to vote or not."

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View Resource The Texture, Poetics, and the Taste of Love and Knowledge in Amīr Khusraw and Fakhr al-Dīn Irāqī’s Works

Ilma Qureshi was a 2021 AIPS Short-Term Research Grant awardee and conducted research in Lahore, Pakistan for one month. Qureshi was able "to conduct archival work, acquire rare manuscripts, and establish scholarly and professional contacts within Pakistan."

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View Resource Students Strike Back: Youth Life and the Promise of Post-Colonial Pakistan

Hashim Ali was a 2021 AIPS Short-Term Research Grant awardee and conducted research at the Punjab Archives in Lahore, Pakistan for two months. Ali's research focused on the separation of students during the times of colonization as a way to establish "historical context for the formation of youth-culture in the 1960s and the kinds of institutions that became laboratories of protest and social...

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View Resource Mediatizing Islam: Social Media, Television Dramas, and the Making of Pious Publics in Pakistan

Elliot Montpellier was a 2021 AIPS Short-Term Research Grant awardee and conducted research in Karachi, Pakistan for one month. Montpellier's work " focuses on Pakistani television dramas, examining how this entertainment genre uses religion as a discursive and visual theme."

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