Although my initial research interests were organised around farming knowledge, very quickly I became interested in processes for conflict management in rural Punjab. Over the years, I have carried out research on local conflict management, state elections and models of social control in both urban and rural Pakistan.
This interest has extended to a focus on political violence and securitisation both in Pakistan and the region. While I have written about political violence and insurgency activities, I have tried to avoid allowing the complexity of Pakistan’s social and cultural landscape to become reduced to questions of political violence.
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