Tag: Kamila Shamsie
Kate Webb: The Individual Complexity of Eleanor MarxJuly 2014
How we remember the woman at the heart of one of the nineteenth century’s most important collective movements.
Where’s The Rage?February 2014
Kamila Shamsie and Pankaj Mishra discuss the absence of political anger in Western literature and why we shouldn’t be so quick to condemn writers like Mo Yan.
Fifty Shades of FeminismApril 2013
The cultural historian on the rhetoric of freedom, bossy white women, and the prospects of beating patriarchy by 2040.
The Storytellers of EmpireFebruary 2012
Captivated by an image of an atom bomb falling on Japan, Pakistani novelist Kamila Shamsie asks American writers why, “Your soldiers will come to our lands, but your novelists won’t.”
The Battle over Pakistan’s SchoolsJanuary 2012
Can a small group of reformers modernize Pakistan’s schools?