Curriculum Vitae of Sumit Ganguly


Paper, “A Mosque, a Shrine, and Two Sieges,” International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, March 2007



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Paper, “A Mosque, a Shrine, and Two Sieges,” International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, March 2007
Lecture, “The United States-India Nuclear Deal: Background, Significance and Prospects,” Institute of South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore, Singapore, August 2006
Lecture, “India as a Great Power,” Institute for Defence and Strategic Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, August 2005
Paper, “The Indo-Pakistani Rivalry,” annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Honolulu, March 2005
Lecture, “U.S.-Indian Relations: Peering Ahead,” World Policy Institute, New School University, December 2004
Paper, “Assessing the Quality of Democracy in India and Bangladesh,” annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, September 2004
Lecture, “The Domestic Dimensions of the Kashmir Crisis,” Hans Seidel Stiftung, Munich, February 2003
Paper, “The Future of U.S. Policy toward South Asia,” Centre des études et reserches Internationales, Paris, December 2002
Paper, “American Foreign Policy toward South Asia,” conference on U.S. Foreign Policy toward the Third World, University of Freiburg, Germany, November 2002
Annual Puri Lecture on South Asia, “The Origins of War in South Asia,” Indiana University, Bloomington, November 2002
Inaugural lecture in South Asia lecture series, “India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan after September 11,” University of Colorado, Boulder, November 2002
Lecture, “Kashmir after the Elections,” Symposium on Kashmir, Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, October 2002
Lecture, “Conflict Unending in India and Pakistan,” University of Washington, Seattle, October 2002
Lecture, “The Origins of the Kashmir Insurgency,” Symposium on the Kashmir dispute, Agnes Scott College, October 2002
“The Kashmir Insurgency as a Civil War,” Seminar 21, Aerlie House, Virginia (organized by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology), September 2002
Lecture, “Options for Resolving the Kashmir Dispute,” Duke University, September 2002
Lecture, “National Security Strategies in South Asia,” National Defense University, July 2002
Lecture, “The Gujarat Pogrom: Sources and Explanations,” Ethics and Public Policy Center, Washington, DC, June 2002
Lecture, “Conflict and Security in South Asia,” University of Vermont, April 2002
Lecture, “The Prospects of War and Peace in South Asia,” University of Missouri, Columbia, April 2002
Lecture, “India, China, and the Tibet Question,” conference on the Cold War and its legacy in Tibet, Harvard Project on Cold War Studies, Harvard University, April 2002
Lecture, “South Asia after September 11,” Northwestern University, February 2002
Lecture, “The Insurgency in Kashmir,” Center for South Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley, February 2002
Lecture, “Reexamining American Options toward the Kashmir Dispute,” Foreign Service Institute (Arlington, Virginia), December 2001
“U.S. Options in Afghanistan,” Symposium on Recent Developments in Afghanistan, Center for the Study of Globalization, Yale University, November 2001
Lecture, “The Strategic Consequences of a Nuclear South Asia,” Middlebury College (Vermont), October 2001
Lecture, “The Turmoil in Afghanistan,” Washington University (St. Louis), September 2001
“The Islamic Dimensions of the Kashmir Insurgency,” Conference on Islam and Politics in South Asia, Centre des études et reserches internationales, Paris, December 1999
“Managing Internal Conflicts in the Asia-Pacific,” Conference on Security Order in the Asia-Pacific, East-West Center, Honolulu, October 1999
“CBMs and the Amelioration of Extant Security Issues in South Asia,” Conference on CBMs and Regional Security in South Asia, Wadduwa, Sri Lanka, June 1999
“Conflict Resolution in South Asia: History and Prospects,” Conference on Conflict Resolution in South Asia, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, March 1999
“Indian Strategic Culture,” Association of Asian Studies, Boston, March 1999
“Conflict and Cooperation in Indo-Pakistani Relations,” Conference on Indo-Pakistani Relations after the Nuclear Tests, Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, February 18–19, 1999
“Explaining Political Quiescence and Ethnic Conflict in Malaysia and Sri Lanka,” International Studies Association, Washington, D.C., February 1999
“The Sources of Indo-Pakistani Conflict,” Conference on South Asia after the Nuclear Tests, Center for International Security and Cooperation, Stanford University, January 15–16, 1999
“The Sino-Indian Border Question,” American Political Science Association, Boston, September 1998
Annual Finch Lecture on World Affairs, “A Cauldron of Conflict: Ethno-Religious Violence in South Asia,” Miami University (Ohio), October 2, 1997
“The Indian and Pakistani Nuclear Programs,” Conference on Asia and the New Millennium, University of San Francisco, September 26–28, 1997
“The Origins of War in South Asia,” Symposium on Contemporary South Asia, Grinnell College, September 16–18, 1997
“Options for Resolving the Crisis in Kashmir,” Symposium on Kashmir, University of Texas at Austin, April 1997
“Ethnic Policies and Political Quiescence in Malaysia,” Association for Asian Studies, Chicago, March 1997
“The Long and Winding Road: Promoting Growth and Averting Decline in India,” Conference on the Empowerment of Asia, University of British Columbia, Canada, October 1996
“An Analysis of the Eleventh General Election in India,” Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, D.C., June 1995
“War in South Asia: A Retrospective.” Wisconsin Conference on South Asia, Madison, November 1995
“Emergent Security Issues in South Asia.” Association for Asian Studies, Washington, D.C., April 1995
“Nuclear Issues in South Asia.” Conference on “Proliferation in Asia after the Cold War,” St. Antony's College, Oxford University, U.K., February 1995
“U.S. Nonproliferation Policy in South Asia.” Conference on “Security and Cooperation in South Asia,” Gustav Strasseman Institute, Bonn, Germany, February 1995
“Conflict Resolution in South Asia: An American Perspective.” Fourth U.S.-India Strategic Symposium, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India, September 1993
“A Framework for the Resolution of the Kashmir Crisis: U.S. Policy Options.” First U.S.-Pakistan Strategic Symposium, Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, D.C., June 1993
“India's Kashmir Crisis.” Association for Asian Studies, Los Angeles, March 1993

Conference participant, “The Diffusion of Weapons of Mass Destruction in the Developing World.” Sponsored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Cairo, Egypt, February 1993


“South Asia after the Cold War.” Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, D.C., May 1992
“The Political and Security Implications of the Kashmir Crisis.” India Workshop, Council on Foreign Relations, New York, May 1992
Commentator, “Sino-Indian Relations after the Cold War.” Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, Georgetown University, Washington D.C., April 1992
“The Salience of National Issues in the Tenth General Election in West Bengal.” Association for Asian Studies, Washington, D.C., April 1992
“Regional Security and Nuclear Nonproliferation in South Asia.” Department of Political Science, Wesleyan University, November 1991
“The Kashmiri Insurgency as a Challenge to Indian Secularism.” Conference on “Religion, Politics, and Identity—India in Comparative Perspective,” University of Hull, U.K., October 1991
Experts’ Group Discussant on “Regional Conflict and Cooperation in South Asia.” Canadian Institute of International Peace and Security, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, September 1991
“Soviet-Indian Relations after the Cold War.” International Studies Association, Vancouver, British Columbia, March 1991
“Ethnic Mobilization and Political Violence in South Asia.” PAWSS Winter Faculty Workshop on “Ethnicity, Nationalism, and Regional Conflict,” Amherst College, January 1991
“The Prospects for SAARC.” Conference on Security and Cooperation in South Asia, Villanova University, November 1990
“Leadership, Misperception and Decision-Making in the Sino-Indian Border Conflict of 1962.” American Political Science Association, San Francisco, August 1990
“Sino-Indian Nuclear Futures.” International Studies Association, Washington D.C., April 1990
“Foreign Policy Issues in the Ninth Indian General Elections.” Association of Asian Studies, Chicago, Illinois, April 1990
Foreign Language Skills:
Bengali (native speaker)

Hindi (fluent)



Urdu (speaking ability)

French (reading ability)

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