Professor Hafsa Kanjwal on the Last 100 Days of Kashmir Under Siege
November 20, 2019


Professor Hafsa Kanjwal, who teaches South Asian history at Lafayette College and completed her doctorate specializing in contemporary Kashmiri history and women's studies from the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), has been a prominent voice on Kashmir under siege over the last 100 days. Here is an aggregated list of articles, interviews and media and television participations by Dr. Kanjwal, including a basic bibliography of resources pertinent to her work concerning Kashmir and its history. All media embedded/linked directly from their respective sources. As more material is published in the public domain with Hafsa's participation on different platforms, we will keep on updating this "visual bibliography."

Hafsa Kanjwal's International Media/Radio/Television Interventions

AJ+ - Inside India’s Crackdown on Kashmir

Asian American Writers' Workshop Special Podcast on Kashmir

NBC News with Chris Hayes - Podcast and Transcript

DIVE | Episode 1 | Kashmir Unrest

The Crackdown in Kashmir - The Brian Lehrer Show on New York Public Radio

International Bookclub Discussion on Until My Freedom Has Come

Articles and Press

Lectures and Academic Talks

Professor Hafsa Kanjwal Speaks at New York University

Professor Kanjwal at Columbia University, New York

Violence on Kashmir is Epistemological as it is Physical - Lecture by Hafsa Kanjwal at Columbia University, NYC

StandWithKashmir x Womens March Global Webinar Series | Ep 1


Relevant Links

Resisting Occupation: A Teach-in on Kashmir at The People’s Forum NYC

Professor Hafsa Kanjwal Page

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