Thanks to everyone who attended our Community Cinema screening of Bhutto on April 5. All of these books, dvds and audio recordings help give more perspective to the events in the documentary. Each item is available for check out at any of the Austin Public Libraries.
Deception: Pakistan, the United States, and the secret trade in nuclear weapons
Descent into chaos: the US and the failure of nation building in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Central Asia
Enough to go around: searching for hope in Afghanistan, Pakistan & Darfur
Frontline Pakistan: the struggle with militant Islam
Pakistan’s drift into extremism: Allah, the army, and America’s war on terror
Pearls, politics, & power: how women can win and lead
Ramchand Pakistani [videorecording]
Reconciliation [sound recording]
Return of the Taliban [videorecording]
Revolutionaries and reformers: contemporary Islamist movements in the Middle East
Stones into schools: promoting peace with books, not bombs, in Afghanistan and Pakistan
Subject to debate: sense and dissents on women, politics, and culture
The most dangerous place: Pakistan’s lawless frontier
The veil: women writers on its history, lore, and politics
To live or to perish forever: two tumultuous years in Pakistan
Unruly women: the politics of confinement and resistance
War, coups & terror: Pakistan’s army in years of turmoil
Whatever happened to the year of the woman? : Why women still aren’t making it to the top in politics
Handlin, Amy H.
You’ve come a long way, baby: women, politics, and popular culture / Goren, Lilly J.
Zulfi Bhutto of Pakistan: his life and times / Wolpert, Stanley A.