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Making Sense of the Past in the Present: Storying Diasporic Identities of African-Pakistanis by Individual Member Maggie Ronkin


Still photos by Sajid Munir at Lok Virsa.

Read the full report by Maggie Ronkin

Carla Petievich, an individual member of AIPS, has shared a number of images from Pakistan.

Images of Asia has a large collection of vintage Pakistani postcards and lithographs.

Hunza in Treble Vision

PDF version available for viewing or download. Web-based slide show coming soon.

AIPS Sponsored Photo Exhibition: The Other Pakistan by Individual Member Elisabeth Braun

Smiling children peek through a tarp wall at Jabba camp

This exhibition showcases 30 images by 20 Pakistani photographers who in their work have aimed to capture the rich texture, beauty and dignity of contemporary life in Pakistan. The photographers are members of the Pakistan Photographers Group (PPG) and participated earlier this year in a competition to determine winning entries for this exhibition. The subjects presented in their photographs are people, young and old, in urban and rural settings, at work and at play as well as historic architecture, landscapes and uniquely Pakistani sports. Just as the 20 photographers introduced in this exhibition are individuals with their own identities, so the images conveyed will reflect their own individual visions of Pakistan's humanity.

The slide show is available below.

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Photography of Lahore & Karachi

Photographed by Kevin Bubriski, these images depict the vibrant color and vitality on the streets of Pakistan. Hosted by SocialDocumentary.net.

Brown Bag Radio

SASA's Brown Bag Radio initiative brings current research and topical issues about South Asia live to the Internet. Presentations are modeled on brown bag seminars of the sort held at universities and think tanks around the world. The presenter has between 20 and 30 minutes to speak. An associated PowerPoint file accompanies the talk and is available for download. A discussant gets first chance at asking questions and moderates call-in questions (details given during the live broadcast). A Q&A session fills the hour. A day later the MP3 file is posted to our blog. The PowerPoint file remains online. If you miss the live presentation you can still listen to it at any time and participate in the discussion via questions posted to the blog.

Higher Education Commission Digital Library

The HEC Digital Library Program aims to provide researchers within public and private universities in Pakistan and non-profit research and development organizations with access to international scholarly literature based on electronic (online) delivery, providing access to high quality, peer-reviewed journals, databases, articles and e-Books across a wide range of disciplines.