Saturday, November 18 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM Thornton Salon B (11th Flooor)

Session 158
Protest and Reform

Chair: Mark Frazier, New School for Social Research

1. Recognizing the Relational Logic of the Political Elite’s Point of View: Insights from the Puzzling Case of Nehru’s Shifting Point of View on Land Reforms in IndiaSourabh Singh, Florida State University.

2. Critical Event Analysis of Civilian Massacres and anti-Colonial Protests in India and China, 1919-1925Mark Frazier, New School for Social Research.

3. Anti-Corruption and Illiberalism in the Global South: Comparison of Russia, Brazil, and IndiaMarina Zaloznaya, University of Iowa.

4. From Protest Event to Protest Wave: Temporal Structure of Protest Wave from the World-Historical PerspectiveChungse Jung, SUNY Cortland.

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