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Enslaved Women as American Revolutionaries

A specialist in the studies of slavery, the Civil War and Reconstruction, and women’s history, Cook-Bell tells in her book…

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A flower that blooms in the land of Dante

Like a Sufi, there is a constant search in her poetry. This is a never ending search – This search…

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Go with the Flow

Book ‘The Nile: History’s Greatest River’ published in 2012 in Norwegian, and now translated into English, documents life along world’s…

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Sindh – Glimpses of Yore

Review of book ‘Discovering Sindh’s Past’ edited by renowned research scholars; Michel Boiven, Mathew A. Cook and Julian Levesque, published…

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Remnants of a Separation

Partition of Indian subcontinent in 1947 changed the air of the region. Despite the certainty of Independence and Divide, everyone…

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Thinking with Ghalib: Sharing thoughts of Ghalib with new generation

The range of topics reflects human being, human thought, human wisdom and human position in the vast context of nature.…

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‘Wall Paintings of Sindh’ – A Compendium of Visual Art

The book offers new areas of research such as what preparatory techniques were applied in wall paintings, what type of…

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Paintings on the Walls: The Impulse to Adorn

Panting on Walls or ‘Impulse to adorn – The art of the painted murals in western Sindh’ is a recently…

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Memoirs of a Person Who Never Laughed at Sufferings

Autobiographical writings compel the authors to recall the forgotten faces and remember the ignored events. However, in either case writers…

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