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View Resource Forging the Ideal Educated Girl

In Forging the Ideal Educated Girl, Shenila Khoja-Moolji traces the figure of the ‘educated girl’ to examine the evolving politics of educational reform and development campaigns in colonial India and Pakistan. She challenges the prevailing common sense associated with calls for women’s and girls’ education and argues that such advocacy is not simply about access to education but, more crucially,...
View Resource CultureTalk Pakistan

CultureTalk features video clips of interviews and discussions with people from many different countries and of many different ages and walks of life. Some interviews and discussions are in English; more are in languages other than English. Translations and/or transcripts are given for all non-English video clips.
View Resource Pakistani-U.S. Educational Cooperation Webinar

The Pakistani Embassy in Washington sponsored a Pakistan-U.S. Educational Cooperation Webinar on July 8, 2020. Participants spoke about the educational partnership between US and Pakistani higher education institutions and the benefits of international cooperation can have on higher education.
View Resource Education Narratives in Pakistan's Development Sector

Alexis Saba was a 2015 AIPS Short-Term Research Grant awardee who "traveled to Pakistan for six weeks for the purpose of conducting preliminary dissertation research in Islamabad on educational narratives and discourses within development, philanthropic, and non-governmental sectors."
View Resource Madrassas as NGOs: Analyzing Madrassa Resistance to Government Funding in Pakistan

Rafeel Wasif (University of Washington) was a 2015 AIPS Short-Term Research Grant awardee who conducted research in Lahore, Islamabad, and Karachi. Wasif writes, "This research tries to understand why madrasas as religious NGOs are so reluctant to take government money for their reforms."
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