Uzma Rizvi was a 2017-18 AIPS Fellow and conducted research in the United Arab Emirates for three months. Rizvi writes: "At the core of this project is the desire to contextualize the many relationships between the UAE and Pakistan/Northern India through time, to theorize the concept of a ‘coast’ as a threshold which has the capacity to engender forms of marginal subject positionality, and the...
Harappa.com is an interactive website offering the most up-to-date information on the ancient history of Pakistan. You can take virtual tours of Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro, monumental cities of the ancient Indus Civilization (300 BC-1500 BC). The Harappa.com store offers teaching resources including replicas of Harappan artifacts, slides, and adult books and coloring books for children.
Alan Lee was a 2019 AIPS Short-Term Research Grant awardee. Lee conducted research in Pakistan to "study ancient iron artifacts from Bhamala Stupa (~100 – 500 AD) and Badalpur Stupa (~300 BC - 200 AD) located in the region once known as Gandhara"
Fatima Quraishi (New York University) was a 2015 AIPS Short-Term Research Grant awardee who visited "funerary monuments and museum collections in
Lahore as part of her dissertation research on the vast Makli necropolis, located in the Indus river delta region in Sindh."