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Lindsay Paturalski

m.a. candidate and teaching assistant

Lindsay Paturalski


Office: Stokes Hall, Cubicle S315-B


BA, History, Middle Tennessee State University, Magna Cum Laude

Research Interests:

My research interests include Colonial and Post-Colonial India; famine studies; food production; Cold War and Post-Cold War politics and their roles in developing nations; environmental movements; and bioethics.


Ernst Hooper Award for Scholarship in History, Department of History, MTSU

Paul W. Martin, Sr. Scholarship, Honors College, MTSU


“From Red to Green: The Progression of Indian Agriculture from Independence to the Green Revolution.” McNair Research Review, June 2011. Presented at the 19th Annual Summer Research Conference at Pennsylvania State University.

"Dam Dissent: Protest Methods and Results in India's Narmada Valley." Scientia et Humanitas, May 2012.