Dr Adnan Naseemullah
Lecturer in South Asia and International Relations, Department of War Studies & the India Institute
Room: 1 SEB A, South East Block, top floor, Strand campus
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7848 7034
Office Hours in 2017-18: Thursday 1:30-3:30pm
Dr Adnan Naseemullah joined the King’s College in September 2014, after teaching at Johns Hopkins University and the London School of Economics.
His research interests include the political economy of industrial development, state formation and political order, all in relation to the South Asian region. Dr Naseemullah's book, Development after Statism: Industrial Firms and the Political Economy of South Asia, published by Cambridge University Press in 2017, focuses on the strategies of Indian and Pakistani manufacturers in acquiring capital, managing labour and engaging with international markets after the withdrawal of the state from industrial governance in India and Pakistan.
He has published articles on the politics of development, state-building, political violence and conservative political thought in Comparative Politics, Political Geography, Governance, Studies in Comparative International Development, India Review, Studies in Indian Politics and the Journal of Human Rights.
- MA South Asia and Global Security (programme director and convener)
- Introduction to South Asia, BA in International Relations
- South Asian Political Economy, BA in International Development