SAMAR Magazine Issue #14 (Fall/Winter 2001)
The Fall/Winter 2001 issue of SAMAR (No. 14) includes several articles that explore the notion of a "South Asian American Generation," raising questions about identity politics, youth activism, and the connection between diasporas. The issue is prefaced by an editorial note about September 11, 2001, and its aftermath.
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.
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.
Martyrs' Day Commemoration
Advertisement for "Martyrs' Day Commemoration" held on November 21, 1998 and presented by the Gadar Memorial Steering Committee and Consulate General of India. The program included an homage to Gadar member Bud Dillon, a poetry reading, and lecture by journalist P. Sainath.
SAMAR Magazine Issue #9 (Winter/Spring 1998)
The Winter/Spring 1998 issue of SAMAR (No. 9) focused on the theme of "conservatism," and featured contributions by Vijay Prashad, David Bergman, Arvind Rajagopal, Sunaina Maira, Faiza Ahmad, Pervez Hoodbhoy, Naeem Mohaimen, Sagheer Faiz, Srinivas Kuruganti, Michelle Yasmine Valladares, Pratyusha Basu, and Dina Siddiqui.