Noaman G. Ali is assistant professor of political economy at the Lahore University of Management Sciences in Pakistan. His research and teaching concerns, broadly, the political economy of underdevelopment, and particularly the relationship between rural movements, institutions and agrarian change. Noaman has published in the Journal of Agrarian Change and Rethinking Marxism, and he has also written for Tanqeed. He is also the host of the podcast Introduction to Political Economy.
Ali, N. (2020). "Agrarian Class Struggle and State Formation in Post-colonial Pakistan, 1959–1974: Contingencies of Mazdoor Kisan Raj". Journal of Agrarian Change, 20 (2), 270-288, doi:10.1111/joac.12338.
Ali, N. (2015). "Reading Gramsci Through Fanon: Hegemony Before Dominance in Revolutionary Theory". Rethinking Marxism, 27 (2), 242-258, doi:10.1080/08935696.2015.1007793.
Ali, N. (2010). "Amazing Fantasy," "Palestine," "Spider-Man," "Straczynski, J.M", Published. M. Keith Booker (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Comic Books and Graphic Novels, Greenwood Press.
Ali, N. (2021). "Suturing Subalternity: Contingency and Political Struggle in the Formation of Peasant Agency in Northwestern Pakistan, 1968-1978". Annual Conference on South Asia. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, United States of America.
Ali, N. (2021). "The Real World of Oligarchy in the Shadow of COVID-19". Canadian Political Science Association Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada.
Ali, N. (2019). "State and Class Formation at the Margins: Agrarian Change and Sovereign Power in Post-colonial Northwestern Pakistan". Princeton South Asia Conference. Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, United States of America.
Ali, N. (2019). "Maoists on a Muslim Frontier: Agrarian Class Struggle and the Transformation of State Power in Northwestern Pakistan, 1948–1986". American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington DC, United States of America.
Ali, N. (2019). "Agrarian Class Struggle, Sovereign Power and State Formation in South Asia: Evidence from Northwestern Pakistan". Historical Materialism. School of Oriental and African Studies, London, United Kingdom.
Ali, N. (2016). "Peasants, Class Struggle and Post-colonial State Formation in Northwestern Pakistan.". Historical Materialism. York University, Toronto, Canada.
Ali, N. (2016). "Strategies of Accumulation on the Contested Frontier: Landlords and Rural Capitalism in Northwestern Pakistan". International Rural Sociology Association: XIV World Congress of Rural Sociology. Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada.
Ali, N. (2016). "Strategies of Accumulation on the Contested Frontier: Landlords and Rural Capitalism in Northwestern Pakistan". Canadian Association for the Study of International Development Annual Conference. University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada.
Ali, N. (2015). "From 'Hardness' to 'Softness': Rural Class Struggle, Ruling Class Power and the State in Northwestern Pakistan". New Political Science. Universidad de la Habana, Havana, Cuba.