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CFP: Journal of International and Global Studies « Postcolonialities

CFP: Journal of International and Global Studies « Postcolonialities. The Journal for International and Global Studies (http://www.lindenwood.edu/jigs/) is seeking articles that address today’s global world. In particular, it seeks high-quality, original work that is based on both theory and practice. This is a free online peer reviewed journal that is available to a global audience.…

Pakistaniaat: Special Issue Editorial (Excerpt)

Too Soon?: Pakistan and the 1971 War (For a complete version of this editorial visit Pakistaniaat) During the chitchat that often precedes the start of class, I recently heard my students talking about whether they planned to attend a “too soon” party. One young woman explained by way of an example: “A friend of mine…

Pakistaniaat: Special Issue on Faiz Ahmed Faiz

We are pleased to announce that to honor Faiz’s 100th birthday, Pakistaniaat will publish a special issue in Dec 201. Guest Editor:  Dr. Amina Yaqin, University of London. Please visit our website (http://pakistaniaat.org/) to submit your articles in the special section created for this issue. Early queries welcome (pakistaniaat@gmail.com)

Coming Soon: Pakistaniaat December Issue

Our December issue will soon be available online as well as in the print version. Please note that from this issue onward, Pakistaniaat will become a Delayed-Open Access journal, which means that you would need to subscribe to access our current content. All members of our editorial staff and all of our contributors will receive…

Fawzia Afzal-Khan: The "Offending Chapter"

Posted from Fawzia Afzal-Khan’s Website. The Controversy Behind My Book and the “Offending Chapter” My memoir, Lahore With Love: Growing Up With Girlfriends Pakistani Style, was published in March 2010 by Syracuse University Press. Book launches were held at University of Rhode Island, at the acclaimed Quaid-e-Azam Library in Lahore, Pakistan, at the Rubin Museum…

Pakistaniaat: Moving to Delayed Open-Access

This is to let all of you know that from our December Issue onward, Pakistaniaat will become a delayed open-access journal. We do this for the long-term sustainability of the journal and to generate some funds for the journal by encouraging individual and institutional subscriptions. All this means is that when we publish an issue,…

Pakistaniaat: The Kindle Edition

Here is the latest in Pakistaniaat’s publishing innovation. All four issues published so far are now available on Kindle and can be ordered through Amazon.com. Here is a link to the page: Pakistaniaat on Kindle. Please pass this on to your friends and feel free to post this on your blogs. Masood Raja, Editor

Sikh Studies–New Journal

Sikh Studies: Current Perspectives Sikh Studies: Current Perspectives, a recently launched academic journal, will soon be housed in the Department of English, University of North Texas. The journal was founded recently by Professor (emeritus) Harbans Lal, a renowned scholar on Sikh studies and a former chair of the Department of Pharmacology and Neurosciences, Medical College…

CFP: Special Issue on South Asian Children's Literature

This call for papers announces a Special issue of the Journal of Asian and African Studies focused on Children’s Literature in South Asia. Some common themes for pre-modern fairy/folk tales in South Asia (as in the rest of the world) were: incest in various forms, ogress mothers eating their own children with great relish and…