Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs
Center for Contemporary South Asia

Dann Naseemullah — The Colonial Construction of Political Orders: Uneven State-Building and its Consequences in South Asia

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

12:00pm – 2:00pm

McKinney Conference Room, Watson Institute

Lunch will be provided

+ Google Calendar12/06/2017 12:0012/06/2017 14:00America/New_YorkDann Naseemullah — The Colonial Construction of Political Orders: Uneven State-Building and its Consequences in South AsiaDann Naseemullah is currently a Lecturer (tenure-track assistant professor) in South Asia and International Relations at King's College London. He previously taught at Johns Hopkins University and the London School of Economics. He received my Ph.D. in political science at the University of California, Berkeley in December 2010.  His book, Development after Statism: Industrial Firms and the Political Economy of South Asia, was published by Cambridge University Press...McKinney Conference Room, Watson InstituteMM/DD/YYYY
+ iCal/Outlook12/06/2017 12:0012/06/2017 14:00America/New_YorkDann Naseemullah — The Colonial Construction of Political Orders: Uneven State-Building and its Consequences in South AsiaDann Naseemullah is currently a Lecturer (tenure-track assistant professor) in South Asia and International Relations at King's College London. He previously taught at Johns Hopkins University and the London School of Economics. He received my Ph.D. in political science at the University of California, Berkeley in December 2010.  His book, Development after Statism: Industrial Firms and the Political Economy of South Asia, was published by Cambridge University Press...McKinney Conference Room, Watson InstituteMM/DD/YYYY

Dann Naseemullah is currently a Lecturer (tenure-track assistant professor) in South Asia and International Relations at King's College London. He previously taught at Johns Hopkins University and the London School of Economics. He received my Ph.D. in political science at the University of California, Berkeley in December 2010.

 His book, Development after Statism: Industrial Firms and the Political Economy of South Asia, was published by Cambridge University Press in late 2016. His broader research interests include comparative industrialization, state capacity, state formation and political order, all in relation to the Indian subcontinent.  

South Asia Seminar