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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Talk by Richa Nagar, November 2

"Storytelling and Co-authorship in Feminist Alliance Work:

Reflections From a Journey"

Talk by Richa Nagar

Professor of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies

University of Minnesota

Date: 11/02/2012
Time: 1:00 - 2:15 PM
Location: 400 Ford Hall

If all writing is fundamentally tied to the production of meanings and
texts, then feminist research that blurs the borders of academia and
activism is necessarily about the labor and politics of mobilizing
experience for particular ends. Co-authoring stories is a chief tool
by which feminists working in alliances across borders mobilize
experience to write against relations of power that produce social
violence, and to imagine and enact their own visions and ethics of
social change. Such work demands a serious engagement with the
complexities of identity, representation, and political imagination as
well as a rethinking of the assumptions and possibilities associated
with engagement and expertise. This presentation draws upon 16 years
of partnership with activists in India and with academic co-authors in
the US to reflect on how story telling across social, geographical,
and institutional borders can enhance critical engagement with
questions of violence and struggles for social change, while also
troubling dominant discourses and methodologies inside and outside of
the academy. In offering six "truths" of alliance work, this talk
reflects on the labor process, assumptions, possibilities, and risks
associated with co-authorship as a tool for mobilizing intellectual
spaces in which stories from multiple locations in an alliance can
speak with one another and evolve into more nuanced critical

Richa Nagar is Professor of Gender, Women's, and Sexuality Studies at
the University of Minnesota and she has worked closely with Sangtin
Kisaan Mazdoor Sangathan (Sangtin Peasants and Workers Organization)
in Sitapur District of India. She has co-authored Sangtin Yatra
(Sangtin, 2004), Playing with Fire (University of Minnesota Press and
Zubaan, 2006), A World of Difference (Guilford, 2009), and Ek Aur
Neemsaar (Rajkamal Prakashan, 2012) and she has co-edited Critical
Transnational Feminist Studies (SUNY Press, 2010). She has been a
residential fellow at the Center for Advanced Studies in the
Behavioral Sciences (CASBS) in Stanford and at the Jawaharlal Nehru
Institute for Advanced Studies in New Delhi.

Event URL: https://events.umn.edu/021316

AIIS summer 2013 and academic year 2013-2014 language programs

The American Institute of Indian Studies welcomes applications for its summer 2013 and academic year 2013-2014 language programs. Programs to be offered include Hindi (Jaipur), Bengali (Kolkata), Punjabi (Chandigarh), Tamil (Madurai); Marathi (Pune), Urdu (Lucknow), Telugu (Vizag), Malayalam (Thiruvananthapuram) and Sanskrit (Pune) and Pali/Prakrit (Pune). We will offer other Indian languages upon request.

All academic year applicants should have the equivalent of two years of prior language study. For regular summer Sanskrit, we require the equivalent of two years of prior study; for summer Bengali, Hindi and Tamil we require the equivalent of one year of prior study. For summer Urdu, we require the equivalent of one year of either Hindi or Urdu. We can offer courses at all levels, including beginning, in other Indian languages for the summer. AIIS is also offering a fall semester program. We offer Hindi and Urdu at all levels for the fall; we require two years of prior language study for other languages for the fall.

Summer students should apply for FLAS (graduate students) if available for funding to cover the costs of the program. Funding for Hindi, Bengali, Punjabi and Urdu may be available through the U.S. State Department's CLS program (see www.clscholarship.org). Academic year students are eligible to apply for an AIIS fellowship which would cover all expenses for the program.

The application deadline is January 31, 2013. Applications can be downloaded from the AIIS web site at www.indiastudies.org. For more information: Phone: 773-702-8638. Email: aiis@uchicago.edu.

Summer 2013
Academic Year 3013
Semester 2013

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Boren Scholarships and Fellowships

The applications for the 2013-2014 David L. Boren Scholarships and Fellowships are now available at www.borenawards.org

Boren Awards provide unique funding opportunities for U.S. undergraduate and graduate students to study in Africa, Asia, Central & Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East, where they can add important international and language components to their educations.

Boren Scholars and Fellows represent a variety of academic backgrounds, but all are interested in studying less commonly taught languages, including but not limited to Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, and Swahili. As part of the African Languages Initiative, Boren Award applicants have the opportunity to further their study of Akan/Twi, Hausa, Portuguese, Swahili, Wolof, Yoruba, or Zulu. For a complete list of languages, visit our website.

Undergraduate students can receive up to $20,000 for an academic year???s study abroad and graduate students up to $30,000 for language study and international research. In exchange for funding, recipients commit to working in the federal government for a minimum of one year.

National Application Deadlines
Boren Fellowship: January 31, 2013
Boren Scholarship: February 13, 2013*

*Many institutions have an earlier on-campus deadline. Visit our website for information about your campus deadline and Boren campus representative.

For more information about the Boren Awards, to register for one of our upcoming webinars, and to access the on-line application, please visit www.borenawards.org
You can also contact the Boren Awards staff at boren@iie.org or 1-800-618-NSEP with questions.

The Boren Awards are initiatives of the National Security Education Program (NSEP) and are administered by the Institute of International Education.

Sardar Patel Award 2012 for best dissertation

Sardar Patel Award 2012
Call for Submissions

The UCLA Center for India and South Asia, and the Department of History, UCLA announce the Sardar Patel Award for the best dissertation submitted at any American university on the subject of modern India in 2012. The amount of the award is $10,000.

1. The dissertation must be on any topic on Modern India (the dates of Modern India are defined as 1800 to the present).

2. The topic must also fall within the following fields of study: History, Social Sciences, Humanities, Education or the Fine Arts.

3. Dissertations submitted for consideration will have been completed during the 2011-2012 academic year (1 September 2011 through 31 August 2012). In some cases dissertations completed very close to these dates may also be considered.

4. The dissertation must have been written while enrolled at a U.S. accredited university in history, anthropology, sociology, literature, political science, or one of the other disciplines in the humanities, the arts, or the social sciences.

Applicants must submit TWO bound hard copies of their dissertation, TWO copies of an abstract of 500-1000 words, ONE copy of their curriculum vitae, and a letter from their dissertation supervisor or department chair attesting to the completion of the dissertation during the period stipulated in item #3.

Submission materials must be postmarked no later than January 04, 2013. Late submissions will not be accepted.

Submissions should be sent to:
Professor Akhil Gupta
Chair, Sardar Patel Award Committee
UCLA Center for India and South Asia
11387 Bunche Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1487
Email: akgupta@anthro.ucla.edu

For more information: http://www.international.ucla.edu/southasia/patel/

Monday, October 22, 2012

Urbanization Postdoc Opportunity in Bangalore

The National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS), Bangalore announces a postdoctoral position under the collaborative research project with the Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change (ICGC) at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, entitled 'The Great Transformation: Urban Land Markets, Livelihoods and the Growing Ecological Crisis in Asia's Cities'.

Click here for details.

Monday, October 15, 2012

"The Long 1980s" conference (New Delhi): registration open

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the American Institute of Indian Studies, we invite you to join us on December 21-22, 2012 in Delhi to discuss The Long 1980s: Recovering a 'Lost Decade.'

Book-ended by the dramatic historical markers of the Emergency on the one hand and economic liberalization and the Mandal and Masjid controversies on the other, the period that we consciously choose to delineate here as "the long 1980s" is typically dismissed as an era of economic stagnation and political authoritarianism. And yet, in many ways, the 1980s was a period of extraordinary importance. In areas as distinct as the visual arts, classical and popular music, cultural patronage, the writing of national histories, and print and audio-visual media, the 1980s was an era of consolidation and productive re-alignment. Furthermore, these years witnessed a critical deepening of scholarship in the interpretive sciences on these realms both in the Indian academy and around the world. Propelled by this realization, we seek to bring together scholars from across the humanities and social sciences to pursue three interlocking projects: (1) to identify what we are calling the long 1980s as a pivotal turning point in India's twentieth-century history; (2) to take stock of the scholarship on the areas we have identified as historically constitutive of that period; and (3) to connect studies of cultural production with those of political practice and political economy.

The first of three conferences, "The Long 1980s: Recovering a 'Lost Decade'" is being organized by Sumathi Ramaswamy of Duke University, Karin Zitzewitz of Michigan State University, Rebecca Brown at Johns Hopkins University and Arvind Rajagopal of New York University and will be held at the India International Centre in New Delhi December 21-22, 2012.

This conference is open to the public without charge, but registration is required. For more information and to register, please go to http://thelong1980s.wordpress.com/

In celebration of its 50th anniversary, the American Institute of Indian Studies will be hosting three two-day conferences that would provide an opportunity for U.S. based scholars to interact with scholars at the Indian institutions that provide research affiliations for AIIS fellows. These conferences will be funded by the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs through the Council of American Overseas Research Centers. Faculty from AIIS member colleges and universities were invited to submit proposals for the conferences to be held at the AIIS centers in Gurgaon and New Delhi between December 2012 and January 2014. The purpose of the initiative is to showcase, in India, AIIS's deep commitment to India-focused research and to provide an opportunity for dialogue between U.S.-based and India-based scholars. By involving scholars at institutions with which AIIS fellows and faculty members affiliate, AIIS would like to acknowledge the important role of Indian institutions and scholars in hosting AIIS researchers, and to deepen and strengthen relationships between AIIS member institutions and affiliate Indian institutions.
The three conferences will be:
The Long 1980s: Recovering a 'Lost Decade' is being organized by Sumathi Ramaswamy of Duke University, Karin Zitzewitz of Michigan State University, Rebecca Brown at Johns Hopkins University and Arvind Rajagopal of New York University and will be held in December 2012.
Regions and Regionalism in India: Past Cases and Present Opportunities is being organized by Benjamin Cohen of the University of Utah and Sumit Ganguly of Indiana University and will be held in the summer of 2013.
Political Imaginaries: Rethinking India's Twentieth Century is being organized by Manu Goswami of New York University and Mrinalini Sinha of the University of Michigan and will be held in December 2013.

AIIS Book Prize Competitions for 2013

In order to promote scholarship in South Asian Studies, the American Institute of Indian Studies (AIIS) announces the award of two prizes each year for the best unpublished book manuscript on an Indian subject, one in the humanities, "The Edward Cameron Dimock, Jr. Prize in the Indian Humanities" and one in the social sciences, "The Joseph W. Elder Prize in the Indian Social Sciences".

We want to encourage as many people as possible to submit their manuscripts for the 2013 book prize competition. Click here to download the details.

Monday, October 8, 2012

Talk by the Prime Minister of the Tibetan Government-in-Exile, Dr. Lobsang Sangay

On his first official state visit to Minnesota, the Prime Minister of
the Tibetan Government-in-Exile, Dr. Lobsang Sangay, will be speaking
on campus in a guest lecture on US-China relations, the situation
inside Tibet, and human rights in the region, followed by a Q&A
session with the audience.

A Harvard Law School graduate, Dr. Sangay is the first democratically
elected Tibetan Prime Minister after His Holiness the Dalai Lama
devolved political power to him in 2011. He was a Senior Fellow at the
East Asian Legal Studies Program at Harvard Law School after he
obtained his LL.M. He is an expert on international law, democratic
constitutions, and contemporary China. In 2007, he was selected as one
of the twenty-four Young Leaders of Asia by the Asia Society and a
delegate to the World Justice Forum in Vienna, Austria, where top
legal experts and judges from around the world congregate.

The event will take place next Friday, October 12, 2012 at Walter
Mondale Hall (the law school) in Room 25. Doors open at 3:30 and the
event will begin at 4:00pm.

You can rsvp on the Facebook event page here:

Please feel free to contact Tenzin Pelkyi at palky001@umn.edu with any
questions about the event.

Saturday, October 6, 2012

Selected New Titles in Ames Library - October 2012

Below you can read a list of selected new titles added to the Ames Library of South Asia in September 2012. Or click here to download a copy.

BF1714.H5 D675 2011 Jambay Dorji. Astrologically auspicious aspects in building construction. Thimphu: Dhodter Rigtsel Publications, 2011.
BL1140.4.B7342 L3513 2011 Sri Lalita Sahasranamam = Sree Lalita sahasranamam: with meanings and commentaries in English. Nagercoil: CBH Publications, 2011.
Quarto BL1357.K37 J345 2010 Jain, L. C. Systemic sciences in the karma antiquity. Jabalpur: Gulab Rani Karma Science Museum and Shri Brahmi Sundari Prasthashram Samiti, 2010-<2011>
Quarto BL2018.367.P3 S53 2012 Shah, Safdar Ali, Dr. The Sikh heritage of Pakistan. Lahore: Constellation Plus, [2012]
BL2047.S55 F47 2009 Fernando, Keerthisiri. Religion and identity: comparing Sinhala Buddhists and Christians in and around London. Colombo: Godage International Publishers, 2009.
BP63.P2 H8 2012 Hussain, Asaf. Pakistan's cultural revolution: creation of a new Muslim empire. Karachi, Pakistan: Royal Book Company, 2012.
BP130.45.A25513 2011 Abdullah, M. S. M. Al-Quran on oneness of being: a novel approach towards it's research. [Colombo]: All Ceylon Thareekathul Mufliheen, 2011.
BP173.75 P3 2011 Patel, M. Iqbal. Exploitation and concentrtion [i.e. concentration] free fair and just distribution of wealth in Islamic economics system. Karachi: S.M. Suhail & Co., [2011?]
BP189.3.A364 2011 Ahmad, Kamran. Tareeqat: 7 elements of living Sufism in Pakistan. Islamabad: Mehergarh Publications, 2011.
BQ4570.P4 H46 2009 Hemananda, Madawala. Quantum theory & Buddhism: essential guide to inner peace and happiness. Dehiwala: [Madawala Hemananda]: Sole distributor, Buddhist Cultural Centre, 2009.
BT738.F47 2009 Fernando, Keerthisiri. Integrity and integration of Christian community in Sri Lanka: a sociological analysis. Colombo: Godage International Publishers, 2009.
DS35.3.O7425 A44 2011 Akhtar, Shahnaz. The Organization of Islamic Conference: political and economic co-operation, 1974-1994. Lahore: Research Society of Pakistan, University of the Punjab, 2005.
DS339.2.E84 2009 Ethnic activism and civil society in South Asia. Los Angeles: Sage: Asia-Link, EuropeAid Co-Operation Office: Midea, 2009.
DS354.58.Y68 2012 Yousufzai, Hassan M. Towards understanding Pukhtoon jirga: an indigenous way of peacebuilding [i.e. peace-building] and more--. Lahore: Sang-e-Meel Publications, 2012.
DS371.3.S758 2012 Strick van Linschoten, Alex. An enemy we created: the myth of the Taliban-Al Qaeda merger in Afghanistan. New York: Oxford University Press, c2012.
DS371.4.A34 2012 Afghanistan in the balance: counterinsurgency, comprehensive approach, and political order. Montreal; Ithaca [N.Y.: Published for the School of Policy Studies, Queen's University by] McGill-Queen's University Press, c2012.
DS371.4.J35 2011 Jalalzai, Musa Khan. Civil war and the partition of Afghanistan: independent Pashtunistan, Khurasan, Blackwater and warlord militias. Karachi: Royal Book Company, 2011.
DS376.9.K43 2011 Khan, Iftikhar Ahmad. Ippy's chronicles: a narration of torments jinxing Pakistan. [Islamabad]: IPP's Chronicles, c2011 (Islamabad: Profile Printing Publishing).
DS383.5.N4 C43 2012 Chaudhry, Aizaz Ahmad. Pakistan mirrored to Dutch eyes. Lahore: Sang-i Meel Publications, 2012.
DS385.U4 A3 2009 Ujjan, Zafar Ali. Exile in the land of Raam & Raawan. Islamabad: Kabir Publication, 2009.
Quarto DS389.A345 2010 AF-Pak think tank review. Peshawar: Pakistan Study Centre, [2010?]
DS389.22.B4 G7 2009 Great leader of Asia Shahed Benazir Bhutto. Badin, Sindh: Mirza Academy, 2009.
DS392.B28 B3486 2010 Balochistan: rationalisation of centre-province relations. Islamabad: Islamabad Policy Research Institute: Hanns Seidel Foundation, 2010.
DS392.S58 A9 2009 Azizu, Shaikha. Notes on Sindh. Jamshoro, Sindh: Sindhi Adabi Board, 2009.
DS392.T43 T43 2011 Thatta: a historical reflection. Thatta: District Govt., [2012]
DS392.2.K37 B85 2011 Bullo, Momin. Kashmore: now & then. Kandhkot, Sindh: District Govt. Kashmore: Pakistan Heritage Preservation & Promotion, [2011?]
DS392.2.M37 B85 2011 Bullo, Momin. Matiari: the cultural capital of Sindh. Matiari, Sindh: District Govt., Matiari: Pakistan Heritage Preservation & Promotion, [2011?]
DS393.8.K438 2010 Khatuna, Sanjida. My golden Bangla: story of the emergence of Bangladesh. Dhaka: Shahitya Prakash, 2010.
DS396.9.D3 D48 2010 Dhaka: a selected bibliography. Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, 2010.
DS432.N46 B34 2012 Bagchi, Romit. Gorkhaland: crisis of statehood. New Delhi; Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications India, 2012.
DS450.S6 C66 2012 Contemporary India and South Africa: legacies, identities, dilemmas. New Delhi; New York: Routledge, 2012.
DS480.45.M384 2012 Masud, Khwaja. Lessons of my life: Pakistan, Islam and the spirit of revolution. Lahore: ILQA Publications, 2012.
DS480.84.S26 2012 Samaddara, Ranabira. The nation form: essays on Indian nationalism. New Delhi; Thousand Oaks, Calif.: SAGE, 2012.
DS481.I65 S49 2012 Sevea, Iqbal Singh. The political philosophy of Muhammad Iqbal: Islam and nationalism in late colonial India. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012.
DS481.R275 N38 2009 Proceedings of the National Seminar on the Role of Babu Jagjivan Ram in Promoting Social Justice in India, December 16-17, 2009. New Delhi: Indian Institute of Public Administration, 2010.
DS485.B47 H85 2011 Husain, Shahanara. History of ancient Bengal: selected essays on state, society, and culture. [Rajshahi]: Institute of Bangladesh Studies, Rajshahi University, 2011.
DS485.K27 K4462 2012 Khan, Nyla Ali. The parchment of Kashmir: history, society, and polity. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
DS485.M684.S2495 2010 Sailo, Keihawla. Golden history of Lushai hills: Zoram = Chin-Lushai-Kuki country. [Aizwal]: Keihawla Sailo, 2010.
DS490.M36 W35 2011 Waidyasekera, D. D. M. The royal artificers of Mangalagama and their descendants. Pannipitiya: Stamford Lake Publication, 2011.
Flat G2283.M6G3 M5 2009 Natural resources atlas of Mizoram. Aizawl: Mizoram Remote Sensing Application Centre, Science, Technology & Environment Wing, Planning Dept., Mizoram, 2009.
GE160.B3 E58 2010 Environment of capital Dhaka: plants, wildlife, gardens, parks, open spaces, air, water, earthquake. Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, 2010.
GN635.C5 M87 2011 Murakami, Daisuke. National imaginings and ethnic tourism in Lhasa, Tibet: postcolonial identities amongst contemporary Tibetans. Kathmandu: Vajra Publications: Distributor, Vajra Book Shop, c2011.
Quarto HA4587.A52 C46 2011 Census of India, 2011. Series 29, Andhra Pradesh. Paper. [New Delhi]: Office of the Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India, Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India, 2011-
Quarto HA4587.L34 C49 2011 Census of India, 2011. Series 32, Lakshadweep. Paper. [New Delhi]: Office of the Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India, Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India, 2011-
Quarto HA4587.M43 C46 2011 Census of India, 2011. Series 18, Meghalaya. Paper. [New Delhi: Office of the Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India, Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India], 2011-
Quarto HC440.5.P246 2011 Framework for economic growth Pakistan. Islamabad: Planning Commission Govt. of Pakistan, 2011.
Quarto HD2346.B3 I54 2010 An informed basis for efficient, inclusive and profitable SME development: an overall synthesis. Dhaka: Small and Medium Enterprise Sector Development Project, Ministry of Industries, 2010.
HD6189.G65 2011 Golani, Sonia. Corporate divas. New Delhi: Penguin Books, 2011.
Quarto HD9734.B3 L4 2010 The level and structure of demand for manufactured goods: towards an evidence base for inclusive SME Development. Dhaka: Small and Medium Enterprise Sector Development Project, 2010.
HE8699.P3 H87 2012 Hussain, Mehmood. Radio journalism. Islamabad: National Book Foundation, 2012.
Quarto HM1126.A56 2010 Proceedings of the abstract of Annual Research Conference (ARC-2010) of University of Jaffna on "Knowledge for Reconciliation and Redevelopment": 15th November, 2010, University of Jaffna, Jaffna, Sri Lanka. Jaffna: University of Jaffna, c2010.
HN690.Z9 V52 2012 Chitralekha. Ordinary people, extraordinary violence: Naxalites and Hindu extremists in India. New Delhi, India; Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2012.
HQ1236.5.S66 E47 2011 Engendering democratic governance in South Asia. Lalitpur: South Asia Partnership International, 2011.
HQ1240.5.I4 M44 2011 Meena, Hemraj. Women empowerment and self help group: gender disparity and democratic safety. Jaipur: Aadi Publications, 2011.
HQ1735.9.S89 2010 Subedi, Prativa. Nepali women at the crossroads. Kathmandu: Prasanna Subedi and Trilok Subedi, 2010.
HQ1742.I57 2011 Insights and interventions: essays in honour of Uma Chakravarti. New Delhi: Primus Books, 2011.
HQ1745.5.Z75 A3 2011 Baqai, Farah Gul. Women in Pakistan movement. [Islamabad: s.n., 2011?]
HV395.6.D53 2010 Diaspora philanthropy in Bangladesh: [selected case studies, profiles, and database]. Dhaka: Bangladesh Freedom Foundation, 2010.
HV800.I5 S57 2009 Sinha, Debotosh. Problems and prospects of child welfare and rights in our society. Kolkata: Fine Prints, 2009.
HX393.5.N39 2010 Naxalism: issues and concerns. New Delhi: Discovery Pub. House, 2010.
JF1338.A3 I435 2010 Glimpses through the lens: a collection of memories from the archives of LBSNAA. Mussoorie: Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, [2010?]
JQ629.A58 S569 2011 Siddiqui, Tasneem Ahmad. Pakistan: time for change. Karachi: Pakistan Study Centre, University of Karachi, 2011.
JZ1242.S434 2012 Shah, Mowahid Hussain. Will & skill. Lahore: Jumhoori Publications, 2012.
Quarto JZ5588.K396 2010 Kazmi, Zaheer. UN Security Council Resolution 1540: achievements and challenges. Islamabad: South Asian Strategic Stability Institute, 2010.
Quarto JZ5665.K436 2010 Khan, Muhammad Khurshid. Fissile material cutoff treaty: an overview from Pakistan's standpoint. Islamabad: South Asian Strategic Stability Institute, 2010.
KNS2107.C37 R36 2012 Priya Rao. Development and social justice: a legal perspective. Delhi: Kalpaz Publications, 2012.
KPK172.K43 2011 Kharel, Laxmi Prasad. Constitutional law & constitutionalism: global & Nepalese perspective. Kathamandu: Laxmi Prasad Kharel, 2011.
KPL2040.R33 2011 Rabbani, Mian Raza. A biography of Pakistani federalism unity in diversity. Islamabad: Leo Books, [2011?]
Quarto KPS4545.A67 S465 2011 Accountability, restorative justice, and reconciliation: report of a civil society seminar on the review of the report of the UN Secretary General's panel of experts on accountability in Sri Lanka and connected papers. Ethul Kotte: Marga Institute, 2011.
Quarto LA1167.R4 2011 Report on English medium school survey-2010. Dhaka: Bangladesh Bureau of Educational Information and Statistics, Ministry of Education, [2011]
Quarto LA1167.S8 2011 Study on teaching-learning environment in secondary schools: students' perspectives. Dhaka: Bangladesh Bureau of Educational Information & Statistics, Ministry of Education, [2011]
Quarto LC4097.B36 S7 2011 A study on the education status of children in selected slum areas: study report. Dhaka: Bangladesh Bureau of Educational Information and Statistics, Ministry of Education, [2011]
N7292.A32 2012 Afghanistan: forging civilizations along the Silk Road. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art; New Haven, Conn.: Distributed by Yale University Press, c2012.
Quarto N7310.C45 A3 2011 Chittaprosad. Yours Chitta: translated excerpts from select letters of Chittaprosad. New Delhi: Delhi Art Gallery, [2011]
N7310.7.A745 2011 Ali, Salwat. Making waves: contemporary art in Pakistan. Karachi: Foundation for Museum of Modern Art, 2011.
N7485.P3 B47 2009 Between intention and reception: art criticism in Pakistan. Karachi: Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture, 2009.
NA31.D53 2010 Dictionary of architecture. Hyderabad, Sindh: Sindhi Language Authority, 2010.
P40.45.P18 R3458 2012 Rahman, Tariq. A history of language, learning among the Muslims of South Asia. Lahore: Sang-e-Meel Publications, 2012.
PK6996.W3 S25 2010 Saka, Karim Khan. Let's speak Wakhi: culture and langue of Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, and China's Wakhi people. Paris: L'Harmattan, 2010.
PL4758.9.K7953 W553 2010 Wilden, Eva. Kur̲untokai : a critical edition and annotated translation of the Kur̲untokai. Pondicherry: Ecole Francaise D'extreme-Orient; Chennai: Tamilmann Patippakam, c2010.
PR9420.9.A33 P66 2011 Ahamada, Jasima Uddina. Poems of love. Dhaka: Palok Publishers, 2011.
PR9540.9.K48 V65 2011 Khan, Sadiqullah. The voices: poems. [Pakistan]: Kaaf Publications, 2011.
PS3621.M75 S67 2011 Umrigar, Thrity N. The space between us. New York: Harper Perennial Modern Classics, 2011.
Quarto QC903.2.B353 B36 2009 Bangladesh Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan 2009. Dhaka: Ministry of Environment and Forests, Govt. of the People's Republic of Bangladesh, 2009.
RA1211.F47 2009 Fernando, P. Ravindra. Poisoning: a modern epidemic in Sri Lanka: Olcott memorial oration, 2008. Colombo: Medical Defence Organisation, 2009.
TS533.4.S72 F47 2010 Fernando, P. Ravindra. Trends in firearm injuries and deaths in Sri Lanka. [Colombo]: Medical Defence Organisation (Private) Limited, 2010.
U150.T59 2012 Tiwary, Arun Kumar. Reorganising the Air Force for future operations. New Delhi: United Service Institution of India: Vij Books, c2012.
Quarto UA840.K43 2010 Khattak, Masood ur Rehman. Indian military's cold start doctrine: capabilities, limitations and possible response from Pakistan. [Islamabad?]: South Asian Strategic Stability Institute (SASSI), 2010.
UA853.B36 Y8 2011 Yusuf, K. F. The Peelkhana mutiny and massacre. Islamabad: Pakistan Forum, 2011.
Z106.5.I4 A86 2011 Aspects of manuscript culture in South India. Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2012.