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2010 Conference Agenda: Workshop on Alienated Nations, Fractured States: Afghanistan and Pakistan

9:00 – 10:30 am: Border Crossings
Stanford University
“Yaghistan Revisited: The Struggle for Domination of Afghan-Pakistan Borderlands”
Marine Corps University
“Divisive Hegemonies and Interlinked Publics: Case Studies of Religious Scholarship and Social Awareness in Afghanistan and the North West Frontier Province, 1930-2008”
University of Pennsylvania
“Identity, Modernity and Meaning in Pushtun and Punjabi Truck Decoration”
University of Pennsylvania
11 am- 12:30 pm: Molding Minds and Bodies
Stanford University
“Religious Schooling in Pakistan and its Relation to Other Schooling Options: A Disaggregated Analysis”
Pomona College
“Will the ‘right’ kind of Islam save Pakistan?: The Sufi Antidote”
Royal Institute of International Affairs- Chatham House
"Opium Nation"
2:00- 4:00 pm: Nations, Tribes, and Others
Stanford University
“Religious, Political and Tribal Networks in the Afghan War”
The Carnegie Endowment
“Epistemological Quandaries of the Afghan Nation: Mobility, Territoriality and The Other”
James Madison University
“How Tribal Are the Taleban?”
Afghanistan Analysts Network, Berlin/Kabul
“Diversity and Dynamics of Ethnic identities in Afghanistan: The case of The Baloch”
Humboldt University