Below are resources related to the “Potohari Punjabi of Pakistan” chapter of Native Nations: The Survival of Indigenous Peoples, 3rd Edition, edited by Sharlotte Neely and Douglas W. Hume.
Agencies & Organizations
- Language is often important in an Indigenous People’s identity. What effect will likely result from the declining use of the Punjabi Potohari dialect?
- Speculate on what could be done to reverse the decline.
- Final Assault
- Like Children’s Eyes – “A short video about Bhaloti children. This has no dialogue or voice over. It’s a compilation of footage I took in the late 1990s that was put together by a former student of mine (Maria Kastrinou). Maria gets full directing and producing credit—all I did was take video of little kids on demand in the village. She worked as an intern for me over a summer and I have her access to all my video footage to code. Her ‘reward’ (apart from the internship funding) was that she could make short films out of any of the video.” — Stephen Lyon
- Lyon, Stephen M. 2004. An Anthropological Analysis of Local Politics and Patronage in a Pakistani Village. Edwin Mellon Press.
Contemporary Potohari Punjabi
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