SAMAR Magazine Issue #8 (Summer/Fall 1997)
The Summer/Fall 1997 issue of SAMAR (No. 8), subtitled "Organizing by Any Means Necessary," addressed activist movements, with a special attention to Organizers in the San Francisco Bay Area, South Asian domestic workers, and the Bhopal campaign.
SAMAR Magazine Issue #3 (Summer 1994)
The Summer 1994 issue of SAMAR (No. 3), entitled "The Packaging of South Asia," included articles that analyzed representations of South Asia in the world, with special attention to representations of Pakistan, Sri Lanka, India, and Kashmir.
SAMAR Magazine Issue #13 (Winter/Spring 2001)
The Winter/Spring 2001 issue of SAMAR (No. 13), entitled "Come, Africa" included several articles that highlighted the relationship between the Indian subcontinent and Africa continent, from comparative essays to features on the South Asian diaspora in Africa. The issue also includes an interview with Mahmood Mamdani by Nauman Naqvi and Chandana Mathur.
Newspaper Clippings about Eqbal Ahmad
Newspaper clippings in Urdu and English from the Pakistan Times of articles and letters to the editor urging support for Eqbal Ahmad, the Pakistani-born scholar and anti-war activist indicted for conspiring to kidnap Presidential adviser Henry Kissinger.