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Disputed Legacies The Pakistan Papers
ISBN: HB: 9789385932090, University of Chicago Press, Zubaan Books, October 2019
360 pp., 21.6x14 cm
Offering vital new perspectives on the role of sexual violence as a weapon of war in Pakistan, "Disputed Legacies" examines the situations that arise when secular law comes into conflict with traditional practice and belief and how this directly affe...
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£37,50
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Difficult Transition The Nepal Papers
ISBN: HB: 9789385932052, University of Chicago Press, Zubaan Books, November 2016
320 pp., 21.6x14 cm
Nepal, because it was never directly colonized, is seen as something of an outlier on the subcontinent, but the country could not remain totally immune to the influence of colonialism in its neighborhood. A "Difficult Transition" shows that, in addit...
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£34,00
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Do you Remember Kunan Poshpora? The Story of a Mass Rape
ISBN: PB: 9789384757663, University of Chicago Press, Zubaan Books, September 2016
180 pp., 20.3x12.7 cm
On a cold February night in 1991, a group of soldiers and officers of the Indian army stormed into two villages in Kashmir, seeking out militants assumed to be hiding there. Incensed at the villagers' refusal to share any information, soldiers pulled...
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£14,50
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Doing Time with Nehru The Story of an Indian-Chinese Family
ISBN: PB: 9789384757809, University of Chicago Press, Zubaan Books, July 2016
160 pp., 20.3x12.7 cm, 10 halftones, 8 line drawings, 10 maps
It's midnight and there are fists pounding on the door. Authoritative voices shouting, "We're coming in! Get on the floor!" A few terrorized minutes later a family member is dragged out by armed men, disappearing into the night. This scenario is the...
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£11,50
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Dugong and the Barracudas
ISBN: PB: 9789384757656, University of Chicago Press, Zubaan Books, October 2015
140 pp., 20.3x12.7 cm
One of India's most popular young adult writers, Ranjit Lal is back – this time with the moving tale of Sushmita and the bullies who try to take her down. When Sushmita shows up for her first day at Rugged Rocks High with a sweet round face and innoc...
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£11,50
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Dalit Women Speak Out Caste, Class and Gender Violence in India
ISBN: PB: 9789383074761, University of Chicago Press, Zubaan Books, October 2014
466 pp., 22.3x14.7 cm
The right to equality regardless of gender or caste is fundamental in India. Yet even the Indian government has acknowledged that the institutional forces arrayed against this right are powerful – and, what's more, that they shape people's mindsets i...
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£26,50
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