Dr. Rizvi’s Research

Research & Publications

Rizvi, U.Z. 2011. Subjectivity and Spatiality in Indus Urban Forms: Mohenjo-Daro, the Body, and the Domestication of Waste, in The Archaeology of Politics: The Materiality of Political Practice and Action in the Past, edited by Peter G. Johansen and Andrew M. Bauer, pp. 221-244. Cambridge Scholars Press.

Public Scholarship:

Rizvi, U.Z. 2018. Public Anthropology and Negotiating What it Means on TV. Anthrodendum. https://anthrodendum.org/2018/05/24/public-anthropology-and-negotiating-what-that-means-on-tv/

Talks:

Rizvi, U.Z. 2017. On the Politics of Things: Sand, Salt, and Sovereignty at Mohenjo-Daro. Department of Anthropology Colloquium/Seminar, University of Chicago, Chicago. May 8.

Rizvi, U.Z. 2017. Early Urban Forms: Architecture, Infrastructure, and Access at Mohenjo-Daro. International Seminar on Mohenjo-Daro, organized by Dr. Kaleemullah Lashari (Chair, TCC, Mohenjo-Daro). National Fund of Mohenjo-Daro and Government of Sindh. Mohenjo-Daro, Pakistan, February 9-11.

Rizvi, U. Z. 2015. Discussant for Forum: Policy, Education, and Harappa. The Future of Archaeology and Heritage in Pakistan. Harappa International Conference: Environment, Archaeology, Conservation, and Legacy. Sahiwal, August 17.

Rizvi, U.Z. 2015. Technopolitics: Indus Architecture, Planning, and Urban Subjectivity. Harappa International Conference: Environment, Archaeology, Conservation, and Legacy. Lahore, August 15.

Rizvi, U.Z. 2014. Subjectivity and Spatiality in Indus Urban Forms: Mohenjo-Daro, the Body, and the Domestication of Waste. Center for Gulf Studies, American University of Sharjah, Sharjah. March 18.

Rizvi, U.Z. 2010. Technologies and Techniques of the self and sovereignty: Urban form as political strategy in the Harappan Civilization. Yale University, March 6.