Be sure to come out next week for our first session of the Autumn Quarter (October 10, 5pm). Our guest will be our very own PhD candidate, Diana Kim. She will be presenting her paper “The Perverse Consequences of Fiscal Legibility: Registering Opium Consumers in British Burma, 1893-1934″. Tania Islas will be our discussant.
For those interested in Burma, here is a nice introduction to the case (click here for the link).
The paper will go out over the comparativepol and polsal lists later today.
Hope to see you there!