Assistant Professor of International Relations
B.A.: Wesleyan University
PhD. Cornell University
Scholarly Interests: borders, state formation, South Asia (particularly Bangladesh), international development, humanitarianism, ethnography, agrarian change, contemporary and classical social theory.
Forthcoming. "Narrating Boundaries: Framing and Contesting Suffering, Community, and Belonging Along the India-Bangladesh Border." Political Geography.
2012. "Histories of Belonging(s): Narrating Territory, Possession, and Dispossession at the India- Bangladesh Border." Modern Asian Studies. 46:3. 527-558. To be reprinted in Borderlands in South Asia: People, State, and Nation at the Margins. Edited by David Gellner. Forthcoming. Duke University Press
2010. Cons, J and K. Paprocki. "Contested Credit Landscapes: Microcredit, Self-Help, and Self- Determination in Rural Bangladesh." Third World Quarterly. Volume 31, No. 4. 637-654.