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Matthew A. Cook is Associate Professor at the Department of History and the Department of Language and Literature at the North Carolina Central University, USA. His past teaching appointments include: North Carolina State University, New York University, Columbia University, Hofstra University, and Duke University. His research focus is on Sindh, colonialism in South Asia, and the methodological conjunction of anthropology and history. He is editor or co-editor of three books by Oxford University Press: Observing Sindh: Selected Reports by Edward Paterson Del Hoste; Interpreting the Sindhi World: Essays on Society and History; and his latest Willoughbhy's Minute: Treaty of Nownahar, Fraud, and the British in Sindh. Cook recently completed a book manuscript titled, Annexation and the Unhappy Valley: The Colonization of Sindh by the East India Company.