Saturday, November 13 / 12:00 PM - 1:45 PM

Session 196
Postcolonial Development: Legacies and Strategies

Chair: Salih Noor, Northwestern University
Discussant: Salih Noor, Northwestern University

1. Partisans of Progress? Labor and the ‘Development Project’ in Bangladesh’s Semi-Centennial DecadeMushahid Hussain, Cornell University.

2. Contract Migration as Economic Development Strategy: The Philippines and South KoreaSuzy Lee, Binghamton University, State University of New York (SUNY).

3. The Colonial Origins of State Failure: Indirect Rule and Political (Under)Development in Italian AfricaSalih Noor, Northwestern University.

4. Abolition as a Critical Juncture: Revolutions, Liberal Reforms, and the Divergent Legacies of French Forced Settlement in Haiti and the Antilles coloniesOlukunle Owolabi, Villanova University.

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