The Footprints of Partition
By Anam Zakaria

The Partition of British India and the subsequent creation of two antagonist countries is a phenomenon that we are still trying to comprehend. This book documents the journey of Partition itself – after Partition.

From Quetta to Delhi
By Reena Nanda

This story is a cameo set against the backdrop of Partition – a decision taken by political leaders in Britain and India that shattered the lives of ordinary people, like the family in this narrative who at that time were living in Quetta, Balochistan.

Writing Pakistan
By Mushtaq Bilal

In this first-ever collection of interviews with Pakistani novelists, Mushtaq Bilal explores how fictions are informed by the authors’ cultural identities. It is an essential read for anyone interested in the art of storytelling, books and Pakistan.

Uprising in Pakistan
By Tariq Ali

In his riveting account of events that took place in 1968, Tariq Ali offers an eyewitness perspective on history, showing that a powerful popular movement was the only successful moment of the 60s’ revolutionary wave.

Pakistan at the Crossroads
By Christophe Jaffrelot

In this in-depth book, top international scholars assess Pakistan’s politics, economy, challenges faced by its civil and military regimes, internal threats, law enforcement reforms, judiciary, border conflicts and diplomatic relations with its neighbouring countries.