Britain

Everybody was Kondo tidying

Binge-watching, binge-cleaning, Netflix-style.

| Apr 01, 2019

The life and times of a British journal of Islam

How ‘Islamic Review’ became one of the most prominent journals of Islamic thought in the West.

| Mar 18, 2019

Rewriting the Empire: an interview with Shrabani Basu

Journalist and historian Shrabani Basu talks about filling the gaps in the history of colonial India's relationship with Britain.

| Jan 27, 2018

Home and away

On transnational simultaneity among British Bangladeshis.

| Nov 27, 2015

The novelist’s canvas

In conversation with novelist Kamila Shamsie

| Jun 02, 2015

A good son

A Pakistani immigrant man has choices to make.

| Jan 09, 2015

Britain’s Banglatown

How the Bangladeshi community has come to shape local politics in Tower Hamlets.

| Dec 28, 2014

From Kathmandu to Kent: Nepalis in the UK

Diversity, activism and religion in a new diasporic community.

| Dec 26, 2014

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