Kaya Genç examines Modern Turkey from an artistic lens, chronicling extraordinary lives in extraordinary times
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In August 2014, book blogger Maytal Radzinski, launched Women in Translation Month, a campaign designed to call attention to translated works of...
Reform of the modern Urdu canon was an ambitious project having no parallel in the history of imperialism
An overview of the recent online talks conducted by the LLF with historians Stephen Frederic Dale and Lisa Balabanlilar
Fouzia Saeed’s new book effectively breaks the myth that women in Pakistan have seldom achieved anything on their own
Ira Mukhoty’s exhaustive new biography reflects upon the life and times of the Mughal Emperor Akbar
Chosen from a list of 162 titles, this year’s Booker Prize long list is fresh, exciting and unexpected
A reinterpretation of the Marxist worldview within the context of Marx’s life and the sociopolitical dynamics of his age
In less than a decade since his emergence on the scene, Ali Akbar Natiq has taken the Urdu literary world by storm