Professor Katharine Adeney is the director of the Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies at the University of Nottingham. Her principal research interests include: the countries of south Asia, especially India and Pakistan; ethnic conflict regulation and institutional design; the creation and maintenance of national identities; the politics of federal states, and democratisation in south Asia. She is author of Federalism and Ethnic Conflict Regulation in India and Pakistan (2007) and Contemporary India (2010) (with Andrew Wyatt). She has also co-edited (with Lawrence Saez) Coalition Politics and Hindu Nationalism.
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