Dr. Taimur Rahman has been teaching political science at LUMS since 2002. He is also the spokesperson for the band Laal and a grassroots political activist.
Rahman, T. (2016). Mazdoor Kissan Party. Economic and Political Weekly, 51 (5).
Rahman, T. (2015). The Army and Democracy: Military Politics in Pakistan. Pacific Affairs, 88 (1), 731-733.
Rahman, P. (2014). Religious Extremism and Azad's Concept of Secularism. Indo-Iranian, 67 (1-4).
Rahman, P. (2013). Kabul Diary. Economic and Political Weekly, 48 (30).
Rahman, P. (2011). What Is Civil Society? A Marxist Critique of the Concept of Civil Society. Revolutionary Democracy, 17 (2).
Rahman, P. (2008). Lenin on the Asiatic Mode of Production. Revolutionary Democracy, 14 (2).
Rahman, T. (2007). Marx and Engels on the Asiatic Mode of Production in India. Revolutionary Democracy, 13 (2).
Rahman, T. (2018). Capital in Pakistan, Published. Marcello Musto and Babak Amini (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Marx's 'Capital': A Global History of Translation, Dissemination and Reception, Routledge.
Rahman, T. (2015). The Democratic State and the Labour Movement, Published. Subhoranjan Dasgupta (Eds.), Democratic Governance and Politics of the Left in South Asia, Aakar Books.
Rahman, T. (2015). Neoliberalism and Education in Pakistan, Published. Ravi Kumar (Eds.), Neoliberalism, Critical Pedagogy and Education, Routledge.
Rahman, T. (2014). System analysis: Corruption Perception Index. Committee for Welfare of Women Prisoners (CWWP), Hamdard School of Law (HSL) and the Network of Asia-Pacific Schools and Institutes of Public Administration and Governance (NAPSIPAG), Karachi, Pakistan.