Fatima Z. Naveed


May 2023:

Association for Anglophone Postcolonial Studies (GAPS) Annual Conference

Paper title: "'You can’t build a happy home with stolen bricks': The Abducted Woman & Home-As-Prison in Amrita Pritam’s Pinjar (1951)" for the panel Home as Architectural Framing of Identity in Postcolonial India.

3rd April 2023:

British Association for South Asian Studies (BASAS) Annual Conference

Paper title: "Dissenting Against the Establishment: Habib Jalib and the Myth of Pakistan in the 1960s" for the panel Literary Dissent and Muslim Identity after Partition.

December 2022:

International Seminar on Angarey and the Progressive Writers’ Movement

Paper title: "Changing Narratives of Dissent: Angarey (1932-33) and the Lihaaf Trials (1944-46)."

5th August 2022:

Writing Muslim Women in South Asia - An Online Symposium

Co-organiser of The Tasavvur Collective's first online symposium on the theme 'Writing Muslim Women in South Asia'. Recordings of all sessions are available here.

4th December 2020:

Decolonial Methodologies Series

Q&A with Exeter Decolonising Network

"The series engages with taught alumni on decolonial approaches in their dissertation and written work, in order to encourage and enable current students to utilise said methods in their own work. This session, we speak to Fatima Naveed, currently a postgraduate researcher at the University, on her encounters with archival sources and postcolonial theory."

1st July 2020:

Exeter South Asia Centre Online Workshop for PGRs

Co-organiser of and presenter at an online workshop for PGRs who were based at the University of Exeter as well as Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan. Students presented papers/thesis extracts and received feedback from nominated academics at Exeter, the University of Bristol, Royal Holloway University of London, CSSSC (Calcutta, India) and LUMS (Lahore, Pakistan).