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Revisiting settlement contemporaneity and exploring stability and instability: case studies from the Indus civilization2020 Journal of field archaeology 45 (1): 1-15
  • Cameron A. Petrie
  • Frank Lynam
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0093-4690
Constitutional migration and the meaning of religious freedom: from Ireland and India to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan2020 Journal of Asian studies 79 (1): 129-54
  • Matthew J. Nelson
*H6/KW [JOURNAL-]0021-9118
Trade ‘outside the law’: Uzbek and Afghan transnational merchants between Yiwu and South-Central Asia2020 Central Asian survey 39 (1): 135-54
  • Diana Ibañez-Tirado
  • Magnus Marsden
*H6/KW [CENTRAL-]0263-4937in special issue ‘Informal markets and trade in Central Asia and the Caucasus’
Revisiting settlement contemporaneity and exploring stability and instability: case studies from the Indus civilization2020 Journal of field archaeology 45 (1): 1-15
  • Cameron A. Petrie
  • Frank Lynam
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0093-4690
Pakistan's forgotten founders: a case study of Sikander Hyat-Khan2019 South Asia research 39 (1): 95-110
  • Jeanne M. Sheehan
H6/KWL [SOUTH-]0262-7280
Segregated from the city: women's spaces in Islamic movements in Pakistan2019 City and society 31 (1): 55-76
  • Maryem F. Zaman
H6/KD [CITY-]0893-0465in special section 'Urban religions'
Violence, law and the archive: how dossiers of memory challenge enforced disappearances in the war on terror in Pakistan2019 Polar: political and legal anthropology review 42 (1): 53-67
  • Alman Hussain
H6/KF [APLA-]1081-6976
Drone warfare in Waziristan and the new military humanism2019 Current anthropology (Supplement) 60 (19): S77-S86
  • Hugh Gusterson
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204in thematic issue 'Cultures of militarism'
#Kashmir 2016: notes toward a media ecology of an occupied zone2019 South Asian popular culture 17 (2): 111-31
  • Goldie Osuri
H6/KW [SOUTH-]1474-6689
Pakistani popular music: a call to reform in the public sphere2019 South Asian popular culture 17 (2): 197-211
  • Saba Pirzadeh
  • Tehmina Pirzada
H6/KW [SOUTH-]1474-6689
Postcolonial land governance in Pakistan: exclusionary practices on state-owned farms2019 South Asia research 39 (2): 218-35
  • Asif Mehmood
H6/KWL [SOUTH-]0262-7280
Envy, jealousy and evil eye: a comparative study of Pashtun tribal and Mexican peasant cultures2019 Taiwan journal of anthropology 17 (1): 45-64
  • Irfan Ullah
  • Mokhtar Saidin
  • Nasha Rodziadi Khaw
H6/KWS [TAIWAN-]1727-1878Chinese summary
The "nationalisation" of Sufi sanctuaries, a "Sufisation" of the Pakistani state?2019 Journal des anthropologues 158-159: 277-97
  • Alix Philippon
1156-0428English summary
Unicorns from Utopia2019 British Museum magazine (94): 54-5
  • Andrew Robinson
*H6 [BRITISH MUSEUM SOCIETY. Bulletin]0965-8297
Representation of gender in the secondary school Sindhi textbooks of Pakistan2019 Asian journal of social science 47 (4-5): 566-80
  • Ghazal Kazim Syed
  • Nadia Agha
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1568-4849
Pakistan. History, society, and modernity2019 Asian journal of social science 47 (4-5): 631-42
  • Habibul Haque Khondker
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1568-4849review article on The struggle of Pakistan: a Muslim homeland and global politics by A Jalal (Cambridge MA: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2014) and The new Pakistani middle class by A Maqsood (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2017)
Rules and regulatory situation in practicing of traditional medicine for healing in South Asia2019 South Asian anthropologist 19 (2): 109-18
  • Zannatul Ferdous
H6/KW [SOUTH-]0257-7348
Gender, sect and shrine: discursive contestations at Bibi Pak Daman, Lahore2019 Culture and religion 20 (1): 65-81
  • Umber Bin Ibad
  • Virinder S. Kalra
H6/KFO [SCOTTISH-]1475-5610
Institutionalizing an ambiguous category: 'khwaja sira' activism, the state, and sex/gender regulation in Pakistan2019 Anthropological quarterly 92 (4): 1135-72
  • Faris A. Khan
H6 [PRIMITIVE-]0003-5491
Discrimination is what ethnic groups make of it: subjective perceptions of peripherality among the Mohajirs of Pakistan2019 Nations and nationalism 25 (2): 697-717
  • Farhan Hanif Siddiqi
*H6/KF [NATIONS-]1354-5078
Elisa Read’s travels in Ladakh and Baltistan in the 1920s and 1930s2019 Himalaya: the journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies 39 (2)
  • Hugh Rayner
  • James Crowden
  • John Bray
H6/KWL [HIMALAYAN-]0891-4834in thematic section ‘Religion and social change in Ladakh’; photo essay
'We are inheritors of a rural civilisation': rural complexity and ceramic economy in the Indus civilisation in northwest India2019 World archaeology 51 (2): 252-72
  • Cameron A. Petrie
  • Danika Parikh
H6/KE [WORLD-]1470-1375in thematic issue 'Rural archaeologies'
'We are inheritors of a rural civilisation': rural complexity and ceramic economy in the Indus civilisation in northwest India2019 World archaeology 51 (2): 252-72
  • Cameron A. Petrie
  • Danika Parikh
H6/KE [WORLD-]1470-1375in thematic issue 'Rural archaeologies'
Words and images in the Muslim public space: placards announcing Sufi saints' festivals in the Pakistani Punjab2018/19 Baessler-Archiv (Neue Folge) 65: 51-66
  • Jürgen Wasim Frembgen
H6 [BAESSLER-]0005-3856
Social security or cultural benefits: why is son preference common in rural Pakistan?2018 Asian journal of social science 46 (1/2): 35-51
  • Nadia Agha
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1568-4849
Pashtun Jirgas, their potential in Pak-Afghan reconciliation and national reconstruction2018 South Asia research 38 (1): 57-74
  • Farooq Yousaf
  • Zahid Shahab Ahmed
H6/KWL [SOUTH-]0262-7280
The network of global migration 1990-2013 using EGRMs to test theories of migration between countries2018 Social networks 53: 20-9
  • Michael Windzio
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0378-8733in special issue 'The missing link: social network analysis in migration and transnationalism'
Mohenjo-Daro's small public structures: heterarchy, collective action and a re-visitation of old interpretations with GIS and 3D modelling2018 Cambridge archaeological journal 28 (2): 205-23
  • Adam S. Green
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
After the massacres: nursing survivors of partition violence in Pakistan Punjab camps2018 Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (Series 3) 28 (2): 273-93
  • Ilyas Chattha
H6/KW [ROYAL-]1356-1863
G. A. Naqvi: from Indian police (UP), 1926 t0 Pakistani citizen (Sindh), 19472018 Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (Series 3) 28 (2): 295-314
  • Rakesh Ankit
H6/KW [ROYAL-]1356-1863
Pious masculinity, ethical reflexivity, and moral order in an Islamic piety movement in Pakistan2018 Anthropological quarterly 91 (1): 53-77
  • Arsalan Khan
H6 [PRIMITIVE-]0003-5491in special section 'New directions in the anthropology of religion and gender: faith and emergent masculinities'
Exchange relations and social change in rural Pakistan: rituals and ceremonies of childbirth, marriage and death2018 South Asia research 38 (2): 177-94
  • Muhammad A.Z. Mughal
H6/KWL [SOUTH-]0262-7280
Taghm. The sowing festival in Gojal2018 Tsantsa (23): 127-37
  • Martin Sökefeld
H6/KF [TSANTSA-]1420-7834photo essay
From terrorism to dispossession: Pakistan's Anti-Terrorism Act as means of eviction2018 Anthropology today 34 (3): 15-18
  • Mubbashir Rizvi
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGY-]0268-540X
Cinema itself: cinephobia, filmic anxieties, and ontologies of the moving image in Pakistan2018 Visual anthropology 31 (3): 253-67
  • Timothy P. A. Cooper
*H6 [VISUAL-]0894-9468
Religious television and contesting piety in Karachi, Pakistan2018 American anthropologist 120 (3): 523-34
  • Taha Kazi
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294Spanish summary
Drawing the line: bonds and bounds of civility in a Christian basti of Karachi2018 Anthropological theory 18 (2-3): 382-408
  • Laurent Gayer
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]1463-4996in special issue 'Civility: global perspectives'
Stone beads in Oman during the 3rd to 2nd millennia BCE: new approaches to the study of trade and technology2018 Beads 30: 63-76
  • DEnnys Frenez
  • Jonathan Mark Kenoyer
*H6 [BEADS-]
Elite ethnography in an insecure place: the methodological implications of "studying up" in Pakistan2018 Focaal (82): 80-93
  • Rosita Armytage
H6/KF [FOCAAL-]0920-1297
Legitimate response of Muslims toward Islamophobia2018 Journal of Islamic thought and civilisation 7 (1): 31-52
  • Muhammad Yaseen Naseem
  • Samraiz Hafeez
2520-0313
Current trends of Muslim academia in comparative religions2018 Journal of Islamic thought and civilisation 7 (1): 53-70
  • Andleeb Gul
2520-0313
Conceptual framework of an ideal Muslim capital: comparison between early Muslim capital of Baghdad and latest of Islamabad2018 Journal of Islamic thought and civilisation 7 (1): 71-88
  • Faiqa Khilat
  • Fariha Tariq
2520-0313
Macintyre, Ricoerue and Iqbal on Pakistan's identity crisis: a Muslim critique2018 Journal of Islamic thought and civilisation 7 (1): 89-101
  • Riffat Iqbal
2520-0313
The debate of procedural versus programmatic secularism; reflections from constitutionalism in Pakistan2018 Journal of Islamic thought and civilisation 8 (1): 60-71
  • Muhammad Danyal Khan
2520-0313
Usage of religious symbols in fiction by Pakistani women writers2018 Journal of Islamic thought and civilisation 8 (1): 84-92
  • Ambreen Salahuddin
2520-0313
Problems and possibilities in reconciling Islam and gender equality policies in Pakistan2018 Journal of Islamic thought and civilisation 8 (1): 93-104
  • Asma Majeed
  • Sabir Ali
2520-0313
Impact of formal networks on women entrepreneurship in Pakistan2018 Journal of Islamic thought and civilisation 8 (1): 105-28
  • Arooj Zeb
  • Shahid Jan Kakakhel
2520-0313
Supply chain management: an Islamic business ethics perspective2018 Journal of Islamic thought and civilisation 8 (1): 144-66
  • Asher Ramish
  • Noor ul Ain
2520-0313
Early Christian SÄ«rah writings of subcontinent: a comparative study of their methods, impact and cogitating on new contemporizing methodology2018 Journal of Islamic thought and civilisation 8 (1): 129-43
  • Farman Ali
  • Humaira Ahmad
2520-0313
Occupational safety in Islamic perspective2018 Journal of Islamic thought and civilisation 8 (1): 178-91
  • Amir Hayat
2520-0313