Pratinav Anil, a Clarendon scholar, is completing his doctorate on Muslim politics in postcolonial India at St John’s College, University of Oxford. Educated at Sciences Po and the LSE, he has between his degrees briefly worked at the Centre de recherches internationales in Paris and as a farmhand in the Val-d’Oise. His India’s First Dictatorship: The Emergency, 1975-1977 (Hurst), co-authored with Christophe Jaffrelot, is out now.
Can the history of Myanmar’s political economy help us make sense of the military coup?
How the language of state-making in Pakistan contributes to the erasure of regional languages.
Southasiasphere podcast episode 06: Updates and analysis from around the region.