Tag Archives: South Asia

The Oriental Collection at Peshawar University

A review of the Oriental Collection at Peshawar University Working at Peshawar University libraries has been one of the most refreshing research experiences I have…

Landscaping India: From Colony to Postcolony

A review of Landscaping India: From Colony to Postcolony, by Sandeep Banjeree. How did colonialism create and sustain its spatial hegemony in British India? How…

The South Asian Diaspora in Australia

A review of Camels, Ships, Trains: Translation Across the ‘Indian Archipelago’ 1860-1930, by Samia Khatun. Samia Khatun’s remarkable PhD dissertation, Camels, Ships, Trains: Translation Across…

Hitting the Archives This Summer?

Will you be doing archival research on topics Islamic or related to the Islamic world this summer? Before heading out, be sure to brush up…