Books

Junglee Girl, Funny Boy

Novels by Ginu Kamani and Shyam Selvadurai

Nostalgia in the Land of Cool

A review of Sunaina Maira's Desis in the House

The Trouble with Secularism

A Review of Amitava Kumar's Husband of a Fanatic

Fare Labor: A Review of <i>Taxi!</i>

Bearing the economic risks without reaping the benefits, taxi drivers in NYC are least protected by labor laws. Biju Mathew's book illustrates the organizing work and collective action happening among NYC's yellow cab drivers and their numerous victories.

Inside, Outside and Everywhere In Between

"The authors in Voices of Resistance: Muslim Women on War, Faith and Sexuality resist the temptation to simplify Muslimness into one kind—whether geographically, sexually, spiritually or in terms of the many nuances of the Great Veil Debate. Instead, "Iqra" commands the book—"read" the many, the multi-faceted, and the defiant voices of Muslim women. "

Londonistan Recalled

Muslim migration to the UK is de-historicized, colonial legacies are ignored, and contemporary racism is overlooked, in Christopher Hitchens' England.

Fictions and Polemics

A Review of C.M. Naim's Ambiguities of Heritage

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