Alert Sign Dear reader, online ads enable us to deliver the journalism you value. Please support us by taking a moment to turn off Adblock on Dawn.com.

Alert Sign Dear reader, please upgrade to the latest version of IE to have a better reading experience

.

Claire Chambers

COLUMN: HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS

COLUMN: HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS

I recently met up with British-Pakistani author Qaisra Shahraz at her house in Manchester to discuss The Concubine... Published Oct 08, 2017 06:38am
COLUMN: EXIT, PURSUED BY A BEAR

COLUMN: EXIT, PURSUED BY A BEAR

On Aug 14, 1947, the Pakistani nation was born out of boundless bloodshed. What followed — an unprecedented ... Updated Aug 15, 2017 12:39pm
COLUMN: MANY WRITERS, ONE LOVE

COLUMN: MANY WRITERS, ONE LOVE

As fans of singer Ariana Grande happily exited the Manchester Arena on May 22, a lone assailant blew himself up,... Published Jun 18, 2017 07:23am
COLUMN: THE AGE OF RAGE

COLUMN: THE AGE OF RAGE

In March, a man drove a car on to London’s Westminster Bridge, killing three and injuring one before fatally... Updated Apr 30, 2017 07:05am
COLUMN: The Rawalpindi camp

COLUMN: The Rawalpindi camp

In my last column I wrote about the artistic depictions of Pakistan’s capital. Stark contrasts are to be found in... Published Feb 26, 2017 07:17am
Silent and seething

Silent and seething

In South Asian writing, the earthly paradise often acquires a hellish appearance when juxtaposed with reality Published Nov 06, 2016 06:47am
Children of equal gods

Children of equal gods

With works that dwelt on identifying violence in the colonial system, Frantz Fanon did not just theorise but also fought Published Sep 04, 2016 07:55am
Shakespeare or Shaikh Zubair?

Shakespeare or Shaikh Zubair?

How the rich and political flavours of Shakespeare’s plays are inspired by the Muslim world of his times Published May 08, 2016 07:28am
Like a new Titanic

Like a new Titanic

On the stories of Muslim refugees in Europe Published Mar 20, 2016 07:41am