South Asia Institute
South Asia Institute

Spring 2014 Seminar Series

Fri, December 6, 2013

Thursday, January 23
Andrew Wilder, United States Institute of Peace, “Afghanistan's Uncertain Future: Transitioning to War or Peace?”

Thursday, February 6
Frederic Grare, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, “Balochistan: The State versus the Nation”

Thursday, February 13
Tayyab Mahmud, Seattle University School of Law, “Caught Between the Lines: Geopolitics, Colonial Cartography, and Pakistan”

Thursday, February 27
William Fisher, Clark University, “The Politics of Difference and the Reach of Modernity in Post-Conflict Nepal"

Thursday, March 27
Alexander Evans, United Nations, “Understanding -- and Combating -- Evolving Threats from Al-Qaida and its Affiliates”

Thursday, April 10
Zahid Hussain, Author and Journalist, “Democracy in Pakistan: National Security Challenges”

Thursday, April 17
Cabeiri Robinson, University of Washington, “Refugees, Militants, and the Politics of 'Post-Conflict' in Azad Kashmir”

All seminars are free and open to the public. The seminars will take place in the Meyerson Conference Room (William C Hoggs Hall, Rm 4.118) from 3:30-5pm at University of Texas - Austin.

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