Syed Mohammad Ali
- Professorial Lecturer of Anthropology
- 2112 G St. 202
- [email protected]
Areas of Expertise
Dr. Ali is a development anthropologist whose areas of expertise include exploring interactions between governments, international donors and civil society organizations to address varied socio-economic and political challenges, specifically within the developing countries context.
Dr. Ali is a development anthropologist who works primarily in Pakistan,
Currently working on devolution and democracy in Pakistan study for the United States Institute of Peace.
Ph.D. 2013, Melbourne University
M.A. 2003, Melbourne University
B.A. 1994, Tufts University
2014 Ali, S.M. Development, Poverty, and Power in Pakistan: The Impact of State and Donor Interventions on Farmers, Routledge, Oxford.
Selected Articles and Book Chapters
2014 Ali, S.M. "Bypassing poor farmers: Market based approaches to agriculture in rural Pakistan," Melbourne Journal of Politics 39: 19-39.
2013 Ali, S.M. "The Afghan drug problem and its implications for Pakistan." In H. Riecke and K. Francke, eds., Partners for Stability: Involving Neighbors in Afghanistan’s Reconstruction – Transatlantic Approaches. Berlin: DGA-Schriften zur Internationalen Politik.
2008 Ali, S.M. "Commercial sexual exploitation of children in Pakistan," South Asia Journal 19: 93-101.
2007 Ali, S.M. "Poverty alleviation in South Asia," South Asia Journal 16: 65-75.
Anth 1002: Sociocultural Anthropology
Anth 2008: Foundations of Anthropology
Anth 6331: Research Methods in Development Anthropology
Last updated August 31, 2017