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Seyyada Anaam Burney

Seyyada Anaam Burney

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Seyyada Anaam Burney


Seyyada Anaam Burney, MPhil CANTAB, has previously worked as a Lecturer of Sociology and Urban Planning at NUST, Islamabad. A feminist geographer by training, her life and research interests include food, identity, gender, performance, culture, and the everyday. Her personal and intellectual explorations of diaspora have taken her from a childhood in Kuwait, through degrees at Mount Holyoke College and Cambridge University, to a recent home-coming in Islamabad, Pakistan. This article is adapted from research originally conducted for the author’s unpublished MPhil Dissertation, titled “Curried Nation: Identity and the Politics of Ethnicity in British Asian Cookbooks.” (Photo credit: Hiba Moazzam)


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