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Contents: Remembering Sir Syed Ahmad Khan in Bicentenary Year (1817-2017) (Issue 40)



Sir Syed Ahmad Khan: A plea for de-instutionalised remembrance
Irfanullah Farooqi


Why Sir Syed Ahmad Khan is not a positivist thinker
Talim Akhtar

Sir Sayyid and his educational mission
Amir Ali

Revisiting Islaah and Tehzeeb
Irfanullah Farooqi

Scripting a Democratisation
Fahad Hashmi

Sir Syed’s Old World
Atul Mishra

Making “modernity” one’s own: A note on Sir Syed’s notion of jadidiyyat
A K Muneer

Sir Syed Ahmad Khan (1817-1898): A Modern Muslim in a Pre-Modern Age
Raza Naeem

Revisiting Sir Syed’s Early Religious Writings
Soheb Niazi

Sir Syed Ahmad Khan: A Search for Social Cohesion outside the Political Arena
Rizwan Qaiser

My tribute to Sir Syed: Translation of both editions of Asār-us-Sanadīd
Rana Safvi

Sir Syed: The Pragmatist of 19th Century India
Mohammad Sajjad

Community as Possibility: Afghani’s Critique of Sir Sayyid
Mohammad Sayeed

Sir Syed, the Project of Rationality, and the Question of Women’s Education
Shivangini Tandon


For more stories, read Café Dissensus Everyday, the blog of Café Dissensus Magazine.

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