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Bibliography of Research Work Featured on Khyber.ORG

  1. Dilip Mukerjee., Afghanistan under Daud - Relations with Neighboring States, Asian Survey, Vol. 15, No.4 (April 1975), pp 301-312, (Details)
  2. Raymond Chickrie., Afghan Muslims of Guyana and Suriname, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, Vol 22, No 2, 2002, (Details)
  3. Louis Dupree., Ajmal Khattak - Revolutionary Pashtun Poet, South Asia Series Vol. XX No. 9, (Pakistan, Afghanistan), (Details)
  4. Khan Barmazid., Amir Timur and Afghans, (Details)
  5. Akbar S. Ahmad., An Aspect of the Colonial Encounter in the Frontier, (Details)
  6. Akbar S. Ahmed., A Taste for Freedom - The Case of the Gomal Nomads, (Details) (PDF)
  7. Mark Jacobsen., British Retreat from Waziristan, (Details) (PDF)
  8. A Z Hilali., Costs and Benefits of Afghan War for Pakistan, (Details) (PDF)
  9. N H Dupree., Cultural Heritage and National Identity in Afghanistan, (Details) (PDF)
  10. William Trousdale., Dr. Brydon's Report of the Kabul Disaster and Documentation of History, (Details)
  11. Khan Barmazid., Early history of Niazi tribe, (Details)
  12. Iqbal Ali Shah., Folk Life of Afghanistan, Transactions of the Folklore Society, Vol XXXJ, December 1919, No. IV, (Details)
  13. Margaret A. Mills & Abdul Ali Ahrary., Folklore of Afghanistan, Encyclopaedia Iranica, (Details)
  14. Bill Woodburn., Forts of the Chitral Campaign of 1895, (Details) (PDF)
  15. S W Helms., Kandahar of the Arab Conquest, World Archaeology, Vol 14, No. 3., Islamic Archaeology, February 1983, pp 342-354, (Details)
  16. ڈاکٹر هدايت الله نعيم., پختو + پشتو = پخشتو, پخشتو اکيڈمی پشاور يونيورسٹی, (Details)
  17. Adeel Khan., Pakhtun Ethnic Nationalism Separation to Integration, (Details) (PDF)
  18. Tariq Rehman., Pashto Language and Identity Formation in Pakistan, (Details) (PDF)
  19. Fazlur Rahim Marwat., Pashto Literature - A Quest for Identity, University of Texas, USA, November 14-15, 2002, (Details)
  20. Dr. Ali Jan., Pashto Under the British Empire, (Details) (PDF)
  21. Mikhail Pelevin, Matthias Weinreich., Songs of the Taliban: Continuity of Form and Thought in an Ever-Changing Environment, Iran and the Caucasus, 16 (2012) 45-70, (Details) (PDF)
  22. T H Holdich., Tirah, (Details) (PDF)
  23. Mark W. Herold., US Bombing and Afghan Civilian Deaths - Official Neglect of 'Unworthy' Bodies, International Journal of Urban & Regional Research, Vol 26.3, September 2002, pp 626-34, (Details) (PDF)
  24. Khan Barmazid., When Pashtun Soldiers refused to fight against Ottomans, (Details)
  25. Major. W. R. Hay., Yusufzai State of Swat, Geographical Journal, Vol 84, No 3, September 1934, (Details)

Papers 16-20

  1. S. W. HELMS., Kandahar of the Arab Conquest.,
    World Archaeology, Vol 14, No. 3.,
    Islamic Archaeology, February 1983, pp 342-354
  2. BURKI. R. K., Dying Languages; Special Focus on Ormuri., Pakistan Journal of Public Administration; December 2001; Volume 6. No. 2
  3. MUKERJEE. D., Afghanistan under Daud; Relations with Neighboring States., Asian Survey, Vol. 15, No.4 (April 1975), pp 301-312
  4. CHEEMA. P. I., Afghanistan's Crisis & Pakistan's Security Dilemma., Asian Survey, Vol. 23, No.3 (March 1983), pp 227-243
  5. AHMAD. A. S., An Aspect of the Colonial Encounter in the Frontier

Papers 21-25

  1. C. LINDHOLM., Images of the Pathan; The Usefulness of Colonial Ethnography
  2. B. GLATZER., The Pashtun Tribal System, Contemporary Studies; Tribal Studies, Vol 5
  3. B. GLATZER., Being Pashtun - Being Muslim: Concepts of Person & War in Afghanistan, Essay on South Asian Society: Culture & Politics II, Zentrum Moderner Orient, Berlin, 1998
  4. I.A. SHAH., Folklife of Afghanistan, Transactions of Folklore Society, Vol XXXJ, December 1919, No. IV
  5. M. HAUNDER., One Man against an Empire: The Faqir of Ipi and the British in Central Asia on the Eve of and during the Second World War, Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 16, No. 1, The Second World War: Part 1 (Jan., 1981), 183-212

Papers 26-30

  1. D.N. MACKENZIE., A Standard Pashto, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Vol. 22, No. 1/3 (1959), 231-235
  2. H. PENZL., Western Loan Words in Pashto, University of Michigan
  3. I. MAHMOOD., Deforestation in NWFP, NIPA, September 2003
  4. V. MINORSKY., The Khalaj West of the Oxus, Excerpts from "The Turkish Dialect of the Khalaj", Bulletin of the School of Oriental Studies, University of London, Vol 10, No 2, pp 417-437
  5. P. G. KREYENBROEK., Folk Poetry in Iranian Languages, Encyclopaedia Iranica

Papers 31-35

Following are Excerpts from various chapters of "Gazetteer of the Bannu District" published first in 1887.

  1. Geography of Bannu
  2. History & Settlement of Bannu
  3. Social & Religious Life in Bannu
  4. Tribes & Castes in Bannu
  5. Leading Families of Bannu

Papers 36-40

Following are Excerpts from various chapters of "Gazetteer of the Kohat District" published first in 1883-84.

  1. General Description & Geography of the District
  2. History of the District
  3. Social & Religious Life in Kohat
  4. Castes, Tribes & Leading Families in Kohat
  5. Relations of Kohat with Bordering Tribes

Papers 41-45

  1. J. BAILY., Amin-e Diwaneh - The Musician as Madman, Popular Music, Vol. 7, No. 2, South Asia/West Crossover, May 1988, pp 133-146
  2. M.A. MILLS & A. A. AHRARY., Folklore of Afghanistan, Encyclopaedia Iranica
  3. T. MOREMAN., Army in India & Frontier Warfare 1914-1939
  4. M. MARSDEN., Muslim Village Intellectuals: The Life of the Mind in Northern Pakistan, Antrhopology Today, Vol 21 No 1, February 2005
  5. H. SIDKY., Malangs, Sufis and Mystics: An Ethnographic and Historical Study of Shamanism in Afghanistan, Asian Folklore Studies, Vol. 49, No. 2 (1990), 275-301

Papers 46-50

  1. H. SIDKY., Shamans and Mountain Spirits in Hunza, Asian Folklore Studies, Volume 53, 1994: 67-96