Karachi and The Crown: Life in Pakistan’s Capital City during the years 1947 to 1956

Regular contributor to fibiwiki,  Rabia Zafar, has contacted FIBIS to inform us of her new blog,  Karachi and The Crown: Life in Pakistan’s Capital City during the Dominion years. The blog is an  online version of Rabia’s masters dissertation which is  an  exhibition on her home town of Karachi, Pakistan. The exhibition  aims to explore the city’s various aspects: social, cultural, political and economic. Depicting the period, 15 August 1947 to 23 March 1956, it is hoped that visitors will leave with a sense of what the city was like during this time

Title:  Karachi and The Crown: Life in Pakistan’s Capital City during the years 1947 to 1956.

Dates:  Thursday, 22 August to Saturday, 24 August 2013
Timings:  Thursday: 9am to 5 pm; Friday: 9am to 7pm; Saturday: 9am to 4pm (same as the Library’s timings)

Location:  Slough Museum, Ground floor, Slough Library, 85 High Street, Slough SL1 1EA, UK
Transport:  Both the train and bus stations are about a 5 minutes walk.

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