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Mahvish Ahmad

Mahvish Ahmad works on political organising and documentary practices in sites of disappearance, tracing circulating techniques of imperial and sovereign violence, as well as the material legacies of anti-colonial and left movements. She is completing a manuscript on the politics and disappearance of Baloch life-worlds in Pakistan, based on over a decade of ethnographic, historical, political, and journalistic work. She is also a co-convenor of Revolutionary Papers; Archives of the Disappeared (with Mezna Qato, Yael Navaro, and Hana Morgenstern); and Tanqeed (with Madiha Tahir); and a trustee of the South Asian Research and Resource Centre (founded by Ahmad Salim). Mahvish is an Assistant Professor in Human Rights and Politics and a Co-Director of LSE Human Rights at the London School of Economics.

Articles by Mahvish Ahmad

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