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5 outstanding senior projects were nominated this year by their supervisors to be considered for the student fellowship to the Centre of South Asian Studies at the University of Cambridge. They were: Amna Tarar (Amen Jaffar) – Bhandal: Performance, Power and the Creations of Publics in Rural Punjab (Supervisor: Amen Jaffar)
I am very happy to announce that this year’s winner of the Raazia Waseem Prize for best senior project in English will be awarded to Zuha Siddqui. Zuha’s thesis ‘Press Censorship and the Urdu Digest’ with her supervisor Maryam Wasif was one of her many achievements during her undergraduate in English at LUMS.
MGSHSS is proud to announce that the best essays for the HSS department 2016-17 have been selected. The categories that the essays fall under include the following; Anthropology and Sociology, English, History, Philosophy, Political Science....More