Imagining Kashmir: Islam and a Nation within or without
Supervisor: Dr Faisal Devji
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I. Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy and the Asian Studies Centre, University of Oxford, November 2, 2021: "Understanding Kashmir and the Nullification of Article 370: Law, History, and Politics." Title of the Paper, 'He who has steel has everything: Iqbal, Ahmadis, and the Kashmiri rights movement.'
II. Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies South Asia Conference, April 15-17, 2021: "Writing the Region: Knowledge, Practice and Power in South Asia." Title of the Paper, 'Liminal Spaces, Populist Metaphors: 'Regional' or 'Transnational' Political Imagination in Kashmir and Punjab? c.1930s.'
III. Royal Holloway, University of London, May 21-22, 2019: "India and Pakistan: The Formative Phase, c.1947-1960." Title of the Paper, 'Towards Making or Unmaking a Nation: India, Pakistan, and 'Kashmiri Refugees' in a No Man's Land, c.1947-1955.'