Saturday, November 18 / 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM Yellowstone (2nd Floor)

Session 168
State Power and State Development: Bureaucracy and Political Violence

Chair: Nandini Dey, University of Michigan
Discussant: Juan Wang, McGill University

1. Splintered Sovereignty and the De-Monopolization of Legitimate Violence in Colonial State Formation and ExpansionJoseph R Weinger, University of California, Los Angeles.

2. Caste and Census in Precolonial and Colonial IndiaRebecca Jean Emigh, UCLA; Patricia Ahmed, South Dakota State University; Dylan Riley, University of California at Berkeley.

3. The Origins of State Authority: Theory and Evidence from Chilemaximiliano vejares, Johns Hopkins University.

4. The Violent Road to Proportional Representation: Evidence from Late-Nineteenth Century Buenos Aires (1854-1873)Sebastian Cortesi, Johns Hopkins University.

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