Aanwinsten Pakistan 2004-2005
- Mubarak Ali
Earlier this year the institute received papers from Prof. Mubarak Ali. Mubarak Ali is a pakistan historian, born in Tonk, British India 1941. He headed the department of history at the University of Sindh, Pakistan for more than twenty years and was director of the Goethe Institute in Lahore, Pakistan until 1996. He published books and articles in English and Urdu on Pakistan history in the twentieth century and wrote in particular on the partition of India, the role of the Communist Party, the new start of Pakistan since 1947 and the rewriting of Pakistan history for ideological reasons for instance by the Jamaat- i- Islami which opposed the Pakistan Movement.
The papers consist of correspondence, manuscripts, typescripts, conference papers and articles and book reviews published in Pakistan newspapers and periodicals on Mughal India, British India and the partition in 1947 and particularly the role of Moslems, Islam and Islamic themes.
See also: http://www.iisg.nl/archives/en/files/m/10935332full.php
- S.M. Jaffar
Last year (2004) the Institute arrived additional materials to the S.M Jaffar papers already present in the 'Progressive Movements of Pakistan' Collection.
This year the different Jaffar collections have been brought together in one collection and made accessible through a list.
S.M. Jaffar was born in Sialkot, Punjab, British India 1910, and died in Islamabad, Pakistan 1979. He studied at Edwards College in Peshawar from 1927-1931 and worked in the thirties and forties for the Judicial Commissioner in the North West Frontier Province. He was professor of history at Islamia College in Peshawar, director of the Peshawar Museum and director of the Department of Archives in Peshawar under the Government of West Pakistan in the fifties and sixties. He is author of publications on the history of Muslim India.
The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts and other documents concerning his academic career, the management of the Peshawar Museum and the Department of Archives in Peshawar, and his research and collecting activities on the history of Afghanistan, India, Iran and Pakistan and the fate of these collections after his retirement and death.
See also: http://www.iisg.nl/archives/nl/files/j/10936075full.php
- Mijnwerkers in Pakistan
Kijk voor alle relevante informatie over dit project/collectie op:
Mine Workers in Pakistan (tekst in engels)
- Collectie Progressieve Bewegingen in Pakistan
Documenten over progressieve bewegingen in Pakistan verzameld door Ahmad Saleem van het Gohar Research Institute of Pakistan (GRIP) in Lahore, bestaande uit rapporten, pamfletten, fotokopieën van tijdschriften, knipsels en enkele documenten van de Communistische Partij van Pakistan, the Pakistaanse Nationale Awami Partij, studentenorganisaties, regionale en andere organisaties (1940, 1947, 1965-1990, 1996-1997); enkele bestanden over communisten die verwacht werden van samenzwering (1922, 1924, 1927); kopieën van tijdschriften en knipsels, inclusief cartoons (1948, 1953, 1955-1956).
In de jaren 1998-2004 ontving het Instituut een grote hoeveelheid aanvullende documenten. De collectie zal regelmatig aangevuld blijven worden.
Van de collectie is een voorlopige lijst beschikbaar.