Dr. Tariq Rahman to Speak at IDEAS on "Pakistan Wars: An Alternative History"
Professor Dr. Tariq Rahman, the esteemed Dean of the School of Education at Beaconhouse National University (BNU), is set to engage in a thought-provoking discussion about his latest book, "Pakistan Wars: An Alternative History." The event is scheduled to take place at the Institute of Development and Economic Alternatives (IDEAS) on Thursday, December 7, 2023.
The talk promises an exploration of alternative historical narratives related to Pakistan's conflicts, providing a unique perspective on the country's complex journey. Professor Dr. Tariq Rahman, a distinguished academic and accomplished author, is widely recognized for his expertise in the field of education and his valuable contributions to Pakistani historiography.
Details of the Event:
- Speaker: Professor Dr. Tariq Rahman, Dean, School of Education, BNU
- Event Title: "Pakistan Wars: An Alternative History"
- Date: Thursday, December 7, 2023
- Time: 04:00 - 05:30 pm
- Venue: Institute of Development and Economic Alternatives (IDEAS), 19-A, F.C.C., Syed Maratib Ali Road, Gulberg IV, Lahore
About the Talk:
Professor Dr. Tariq Rahman's talk will delve into the alternative historical narratives presented in his book, challenging conventional perspectives on significant events in Pakistan's history. The discussion aims to stimulate critical thinking and foster a deeper understanding of the diverse factors that have shaped the nation.
About the Author:
Professor Dr. Tariq Rahman is a distinguished academic, accomplished author, and the Dean of the School of Education at BNU. His extensive research and scholarly work have earned him national and international acclaim, making him a respected authority on Pakistani history and language.
BNU takes pride in the accomplishments of its faculty members and encourages students, academics, and the general public to attend Professor Dr. Tariq Rahman's insightful talk at IDEAS. This event promises to be an enriching experience, providing an alternative lens through which to view Pakistan's historical landscape.