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1999

Pluralism in American Institution of Higher Education: Case Study of Muslims’ Perception
September 3-5, 1999
ISNA 36th Annual ConventionThis paper was based on a primary survey of undergraduate students conducted at university of Buffalo. Its findings were discussed in historical and social context. 

1998

USA, Afghanistan, and Pakistan - Unresolved Issues
October 30-31, 1998
East and West University, Chicago, IL

Association of Muslim Social Scientists 27th Annual Convention

This presentation highlighted the events, which has lead to current situation in Afghanistan. Detailed account of US involvement and Pakistan’s activities in the region were discussed. 

Concepts of Politics and State: Machiavelli vs. Al-Ghazalli
May 16-17,1998
Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.This presentation drew a comparison between two philosophies of governing people. Al-Ghazalli, an Islamic philosopher of 11th century, defined the principles of exercising and accumulating political power. His princely principles contradict the rules of politics set by Machiaville. 
 
Childhood and Working Environment
April 16-17, 1998State of child labor in South Asian nations was analyzed with statistical data and socio-economic factors.
 
Crime, Punishment and Process of Law
April 16-17, 1998
SUNY at Buffalo, Buffalo, NYDuring the South Asian Human Rights Awareness Conference, the state of criminal justice and process of law in South Asian nations was presented.
 
 
Race and Ethnicity in the City of Buffalo
February 23, 1998

Buffalo State College, Buffalo, NY

A panel discussion with business leaders, educators, and city officials of Buffalo.

 

1997

Disastrous Divide: Myths and Reality of Partition
December 1, 1997
Cornell University, Ithaca, NYThe paper, presented in the round table discussion for the South Asia Program, investigated the historic factors that contributed towards the divide of India in 1947. The paper also included the problems of ‘Ethnic Diversity’ in the South Asia region.
 
Future of Pakistan: Year 2000 and Beyond
November 28-30, 1997
SUNY College at Brockport, New York26th Annual Convention of the Association of Muslim Social Scientists (AMSS) 

Presentation was made to analyze and discuss the multicultural potential of the South Asian state. It was followed by a video presentation that addressed the historical perspective.
The Story of 240 Years of Struggle: A Video Presentation

June 28, 1997
SUNY at Buffalo
A video presentation was made on the colonial rule in South Asia at the 8th Mushaira organized by the Urdu Society.

USA-Pakistan Relations
 
June 4, 1997
Capitol Hill, Washington D.C.
The presentation included analysis of economical and political relationships of these countries.