=Abul Kalam Azad, "Presidential Address to the Fifty-third Session of the Indian National Congress (1940): [on this site]

=Ahmad, Eqbal. [Many articles, including a tribute by Noam Chomsky to him as a "secular Sufi"]: [site]; and a review essay by Amitava Kumar in Outlook India, Nov. 2006: [site]

=Ahmed, Ishtiaq, "The 1947 Partition of India: A Paradigm for Pathological Politics in India and Pakistan": [site]

=Ahmed, Ishtiaq, "Forced Migration and Ethnic Cleansing in Lahore in 1947: Some First-Person Accounts," on the South Asia Citizens Web website, June 2004, in pdf format: [site]

="Akbar," Social Scientist 20, 232-33 (1992). A special issue about him: [site]

=Alam, Muzaffar, and Sanjay Subramanyam, "The Making of a Munshi,"  in CSSAAME 24,2 (2004): [site]; also: [on this site]

=AMERICAN JOURNALISM IN THE 19th CENTURY: Selected magazine articles about South Asia: [on this site]

=Ambedkar, B. R. "Ranade, Gandhi, and Jinnah" (1943): [on this site]

=Appiah, Kwame Anthony. "How Muslims Made Europe," The New York Review of Books 55,17 (Nov. 6, 2008): [site]

=Asani, Ali S. "Preaching Love and Tolerance," Dawn, Nov. 21, 2004; about Hazrat Mu'in ud-Din Chishti and the Chishti order: [on this site]

=Bloch, Hannah, "One Family Divided: in Pakistan, the clash between extremist and moderate visions of Islam can be deeply personal, as the tale of one clan shows"; Time Magazine 158,13 (Oct. 1, 2001): [site]. The personal website of Attiya Dawood: [site]

=Brass, Paul R., "The Body as Symbol: History, Memory, and Communal Violence," Manushi 141: [site]

="Communalism," Social Scientist 18, 205-6 (June-July 1990). A special issue on the topic, edited by K. M. Panikkar: [site]

=COSS (Council of Social Sciences, Pakistan) offers a series of online monographs: [site]

="Crime or Custom? Violence against Women in Pakistan," Human Rights Watch, August 1999: [site]

=Daftary, Farhad, and Azim Nanji, "What is Shia Islam?" Online through the Institute of Ismaili Studies: [site]


="Family Matters," Business Standard, April 10, 2010: [site]
="A New Deal in Pakistan," New York Review, April 3, 2008: [site]

="On the Long Road to Freedom, Finally," Tehelka, March 2, 2008: [site]
="Pakistan's flawed and feudal princess," he Observer, Dec. 30, 2007: [site]
="Rising, Falling," Outlook Magazine, July 3, 2006: [site]; or [on this site]; [about 1857]
="Scholars are only now beginning to realise the extent to which the Mughal emperors adopted what most would assume to be outrightly Christian devotions," New Statesman, Dec. 19, 2005: [site]
="Inside the Madrasas," New York Review of Books 52,19 (Dec. 5, 2005): [site]
="An Essay in Imperial Villain-Making," in The Guardian, May 24, 2005: [site]; about Tipu Sultan
="India: The War Over History," New York Review of Books 52,6 (April 7, 2005): [site]; or [on this site] (in MS Word form).
="Inside Islam's 'Terror Schools'," New Statesman, March 28, 2005: [site]
="The Real Islam," Time (Asia)164,4-5 (July 26, 2004): [site]
="Sir Vidia Gets It Badly Wrong," in Outlook Magazine, March 15, 2004: [site]; or [on this site]

=Darling, Linda T., "'Do Justice, Do Justice, For That is Paradise': Middle Eastern Advice for Indian Muslim Rulers," in Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East 22,1-2 (2002) (in PDF format): [site]

=Eaton, Richard M.,"Temple Desecration in Pre-modern India," Frontline 17,25 (Dec. 9-22, 2000), pp. 62-70: [site]. Because this site is often slow to respond, the article is also provided in pdf form [on this site]

=Eaton, Richard M., "Temple Desecration and Indo-Muslim States," Frontline 17,26 (Dec. 23, 2000-Jan. 5, 2001), pp. 70-77: [site]. Because this site is often slow to respond, the article is also provided in pdf form [on this site].

=Feldman, Noah, "Why Shariah?", New York Times Magazine, Mar. 16, 2008: [site]

=Findlay, L. M., "'[T]hat Liberty of Writing': Incontinent Ordinance in 'Oriental' Jones"; from "The Containment and Re-deployment of English India," Romantic Circles Praxis Series, Nov. 2000: [site]

=Ghosh, Amitav, "The Man Behind the Mosque," The Little Magazine 1,2 (2000): [site]. About Babur and the Babur-nama.

=Ghulam Yahya, "The Eleven Illustrations, a.k.a. The Illustrated Book About Makers Of Glassware, etc., And A Description of Their Tools by Ghulam Yahya." An interesting text, c. 1820, well explicated and with many illustrations: [site

=Grare, Frederic, "The Resurgence of Baloch Nationalism," a Carnegie Endowment publication, Jan. 2006: [site]

=Guha, Sumit, "Transitions and Translations: Regional Power and Vernacular Identity in the Dakhan c.1500-1800," in CSSAAME 24,2 (2004): [site]

=Habib, Irfan, "History and interpretation," Frontline 14,16 (Aug. 9-22, 1997): [site]

="Half Crescent: The Emerging Indian Muslim," by an editorial team, Outlook India, Oct. 4, 2004: [site]

=Hamid, Mohsin, "Reinventing Pakistan," Smithsonian Magazine, July 2004: [on this site]

=Harrison, Selig S., "Pakistan's Baluch Insurgency," Le monde diplomatique, Oct. 2006: [site]

=Hasan, Mushirul, "Introduction"-- an essay on Maulana Muhammad Ali (1878-1931) and an excerpt from his autobiography, My Life: A Fragment: [site]

=Hasan, Mushirul, ed., "Muslim Identity Politics: Fifty Years After Independence," Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, in three parts: Part One: 16,2 (1996): [site]; Part Two: 17,1 (1997): [site]; Part Three: 17,2 (1997): [site]

=Hasan, Riffat, "My struggle to help Muslim women reclaim their God-given rights," Dawn Review, Nov. 7 and Nov. 14th, 2002: [on this site]

=Husain, Dr. Zakir, "A Day in August, 1947," Outlook India, Oct. 29, 2004. Trans. C. M. Naim: [site] or [on this site]

="India: International Religious Freedom Report, 2006," by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor: [site]

=Iqbal, Sir Muhammad: links [on this site]

=Jalal, Ayesha. "The Greater Jihad" (an interview), Tufts Journal, March 2008: [site]

=Jalal, Ayesha. "Religion as Difference, Religion as Faith: Paradoxes of Muslim Identity." Online as a COSS (Pakistan) monograph; has a good deal to say about Iqbal: [site]

=Jinnah, Muhammad Ali (1876-1948):

=="Presidential address by Muhammad Ali Jinnah to the Muslim League, Lucknow 1916": [on this site]
=="Presidential address by Muhammad Ali Jinnah to the Muslim League, Lucknow 1937": [on this site]
=="Presidential address by Muhammad Ali Jinnah to the Muslim League, Lahore 1940": [on this site]
=="Muhammad Ali Jinnah's Presidential Address to the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan, August 11, 1947": [on this site]
=="Address by Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Governor General of Pakistan, in Dacca, March 21st, 1948": [on this site]
==A number of speeches and remarks by Jinnah, and pictures, etc. on a Pakistani Government website: [site]
==A. G. Noorani, "Jinnah's Secularism," Frontline 22,13 (June 18-July 1, 2005): [site]; reflections on his first speech to the Constituent Assembly
=Jones, Sir William, "On Asiatick History, Civil and Natural" (1793): [site]

=Jones, Sir William, "The Origin and Families of Nations" (1792): [site]

=Joshi, Namrata, "Slokas After a Noon Namaz: Muslim children study Sanskrit and Hindu ones read Quran in these UP madrassas," Outlook India, Dec. 22, 2008: [site]

=Kaplan, Robert D., "The Lawless Frontier" [between Pakistan and Afghanistan], Atlantic, September 2000: [site]

=Kaplan, Robert D., "Waterworld" [about the situation in Bangladesh], Atlantic, Jan./Feb 2008: [site]

=Karabell, Zachary, "The Day I Became a Muslim," Salon, Dec. 11, 1999: [site]

=Karnad, Girish, "What Statement is being Made by the Award to Naipaul?", Outlook India, Nov. 2, 2012: [site]; then compare "Those Magnificent Invading Musical Muslims," Outlook India, Nov. 7, 2012: [site]

=Khan, Sir Sayyid Ahmad: material [on this site]

=Kirkpatrick, Joanna, "Bangladeshi Arts of the Riksha": [site]

=Kumar, Amitava, "Lunch with a Bigot," Seminar 538 (June 2004): [site]

=Lakshman, Kanchan, "A Rising Insurgency" [about Balochistan], Outlook India, Aug. 12, 2004: [site]

=Lal, Vinay, "Aurangzeb, Akbar, and the Communalization of History," on his large South Asian website "Manas," along with much other valuable material: [site]

=Lala Lajpat Rai, "Open Letters to Sir Syed Ahmed Khan" (1888): [on this site]

=Lala Lajpat Rai, "The Hindu-Muslim Problem" (a series of newspaper articles, 1924): [on this site]

=Lalami, Laila, "The Missionary Position," The Nation, June 19, 2006: [site]

=Lelyveld, David, "Growing up Sharif," the first part of Chapter Two from Aligarh's First Generation: Muslim Solidarity in British India (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1978): [on this site]

=Lester, Toby, "What is the Koran?," The Atlantic, Jan. 1999: [site]

=Lewis, Bernard, "The Roots of Muslim Rage," The Atlantic, Sept. 1990: [site]

=Masood, Ehsan, "Pakistan's Education Gamble," Dec. 12, 2006: [site] (An overview article)

=Metcalf, Barbara D., "The 'Ulama in Transition: The Eighteenth Century," Chapter 1 of Islamic Revival in British India: Deoband, 1860-1900 (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1982); now republished by OUP India: [on this site]

=Metcalf, Barbara D., "Islam and Women: the Case of the Tablighi Jamaat," Stanford Humanities Review 5,6 (1996): [site]

=Metcalf, Barbara D., "'Traditionalist' Islamic Activism: Deoband, Tablighis, and Talibs," post-September-11th thoughts, available with other very useful articles on the SSRC website: [site]

=Metcalf, Barbara D., "The Study of Muslims in South Asia," December 2005: [on this site]

=Minault, Gail, "Women, Legal Reform, and Muslim Identity," Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, 17,2 (1997): [site

=Minissale, Gregory, "The Synthesis of European and Mughal Art in the Emperor Akbar’s Khamsa of Nizami": [site]

=Maulana Mohammed Ali's speech at the Fourth Plenary Session of the Round Table Conference in London, 19th Nov., 1930: [on this site]

="Muhammadan India (A.D. 637-1803)," Vol. 2, Chapter 10, Imperial Gazetteer: [site]

=Munir Report: "Report of the Court of Inquiry constituted under Punjab Act II of 1954 to enquire into the Punjab Disturbances of 1953" [on attacks on Ahmadiyyas in Pakistan]: excerpts concerning an "Islamic State": [on this site]; the whole report: [site]

=Naidu, Sarojini, "Ideals of Islam" (a talk, 1917): [on this site]

=Naim, C. M., a special selection of his articles: [on this site]

=Naipaul, V. S., "Among the Believers" (a part of the book), The Atlantic, July 1981: [site]

=Nanji, Azim, and Farhad Daftary, "Ismaili Communities--South Asia," online through the Institute of Ismaili Studies: [site]

=Noorani, A. G. "Jinnah in India's history," Frontline 22,16 (July 30-Aug. 12, 2005): [site]; "Assessing Jinnah," Frontline 22,17 (Aug. 13-26, 2005): [site]

=Noorani, A. G. "The Koran and Muslims," Frontline 23,14 (July 1-14, 2006): [site]

=Noorani, A. G. "Jehad and the truth," Frontline 26,4, (Feb. 14-27, 2009): [site]

=Pandit, K. N., "Baharistan-i-Shahi: A Chronicle of Mediaeval Kashmir" (1614): [site]

=Panikkar, K. N., "Outsider as Enemy: the Politics of Rewriting History in India," in Frontline 18,1 (Jan. 6-19, 2001): [site]

=PARTITION: a good set of links to useful articles, from SAWNET: [site]

=Peer, Basharat, "Kashmir's Forever War," in Granta 112 (2010): [site]

=Rafael, George, "A is for Arab," from Salon (Jan. 8, 2002), about Muslim contributions to our lives: [site]

=Rahmat Ali, Chaudhary, "Now or Never," a pamphlet that was apparently the first published call for the formation of Pakistan: [on this site]

=Raley, Rita, "A Teleology of Letters; or, From a 'Common Source' to a Common Language"; from "The Containment and Re-deployment of English India," Romantic Circles Praxis Series, Nov. 2000: [site]

=Riaz, Ali, "Nations, Nation-state and the Politics of Muslim Identity in South Asia," Comparative Studies of Asia, Africa, and the Middle East 22, 1-2 (2002) (PDF format): [site]

=Richards, John F., "Early Modern India and World History": [site]

=Said, Edward. "The Clash of Ignorance," The Nation, Oct. 22, 2001: [site]. Contains a scathing critique of Samuel Huntington's views.

=Said, Edward. "An Intellectual Catastrophe," Al-Ahram, 6-12 August 1998 (389); a review of Naipaul's Beyond Belief: [site]

=Said, Edward. A major archive of articles about his work and thought: [site]

=Sayani, Rahimatulla M. "Presidential Address to the Indian National Congress" (Calcutta, 1896): [on this site]

=Singhvi, Vir, "Dilemma of an Indian Muslim," Hindustan Times, Aug. 11, 2007: [site]

=Schimmel, Annemarie, "Karbala and the Imam Husayn  in Persian and Indo-Muslim Literature": [site]

=Sikand, Yoginder, "Asghar Ali Engineer's Quest for an Islamic Theology of Peace and Religious Pluralism," Progressive Dawoodi Bohras: [site]

=Sila-Khan, Dominique, "Muslim Saints and Hindu Rulers: The Development of Sufi and Ismaili Mysticism in the Non-Muslim States of India," Ismailia Association, 1981: [site]

=Subramanyam, Sanjay, "Golden Age Hallucinations," Outlook India, Aug. 20, 2001: [site]; or [on this site]

=Subramanyam, Sanjay, "Diversity in South Asian Islam," Akhbar, Oct.-Dec. 2002: [site]

=Thapar, Romila, "A Paradigm Shift," Frontline 14,16 (Aug. 9-22, 1997): [site]

=Thapar, Romila, "Somanatha and Mahmud: an Analysis of Five Different Narratives," Frontline, April 10-23, 1999: [site]; because this site is often slow to respond, the article is also provided [on this site].

=Thapar, Romila, "Conversations about history" (an interview by Kalpana Sharma), The Hindu, Jan 25., 2009: [site]

=Traub, James, "Keeping Up With the Shidhayes: India's New Middle Class" (an exceptionally thoughtful look at Aurangabad), New York Times Magazine, April 15, 2001: [on this site]

=Tyabji, Badruddin, "Presidential Address to the Indian National Congress" (Madras, 1887): [on this site]

=UNDP (United Nations Development Program): "Arab Human Development Report, 2002" --  an assessment of development needs in the heartland of Islam: [site]. An update for 2003: [site]

=Viswanathan, Gauri, "Ethnographic Politics and the Discourse of Origins," Stanford Humanities Review 5,6 (1996): [site]

=Wink, Andre, "Perspectives on the Indo-Islamic World," a lecture at Tel Aviv University, April 2006: [site]

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