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date: 20 September 2019

(p. xi) Contributors

(p. xi) Contributors

Irfan Ahmad



is an anthropologist and a senior lecturer in politics at Monash University.



Shahrough Akhavi



is an adjunct professor of political science at Columbia University in New York City.



Abdullah A. Al-Arian



is an assistant professor of Middle East history at the School of Foreign Service in Qatar, Georgetown University.



Abdelwahab El-Affendi



is a reader in politics at the Centre for the Study of Democracy, University of Westminster and coordinator of the Centre’s Democracy and Islam Programme.Margot Badran is a senior fellow, ACMC, Georgetown and senior scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.



William O. Beeman



is professor of anthropology at the University of Minnesota.



Kamran Bokhari



is a vice president of Middle Eastern and and South Asian Affairs at Stratford. He is also a fellow with the Washington-based Institute for Social Policy and Understanding and a senior consultant to the World Bank.



Jason Burke



is a journalist and an author.



Sam (Oussama) Cherribi



is a senior lecturer in sociology at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, where he also directs the Emory Development Initiative (EDI) .



Natana J. DeLong-Bas



is a visiting assistant professor of comparative theology at Boston College.



Khaled Abou El Fadl



is Omar and Azmeralda Alfi Distinguished Professor of Islamic Law at the UCLA School of Law and Chair of the Islamic Studies Interdepartmental Program at UCLA.



*John L. Esposito*



is a university professor and professor of religion and international affairs and founding director of the Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim–Christian Understanding in the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University.



Moataz A. Fatthah



is a professor of political economy and public policy, the American University in Cairo, Cairo University and Central Michigan University.



Andrée Feillard



is a senior researcher on Indonesian Islam at the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS).



Behrooz Ghamari-Tabrizi



is an associate professor of sociology and history at the University of Illinois.



(p. xii) Bettina Gräf



is specialized in Islamic Studies and Political Science and is a postdoctorate research fellow at Zentrum Moderner Orient in Berlin.



Shadi Hamid



is a director of research at the Brookings Doha Center and a fellow at the Saban Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution.



Nader Hashemi



is an associate professor and director of the Center for Middle East Studies at the Josef Korbel School of International Affairs, University of Denver.



Shireen Hunter



is a visiting professor at the Al Waleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim–Christian Understanding of the Edmond A. Walsh School of Foreign Service of Georgetown University.



Sherman A. Jackson



is King Faisal Chair of Islamic Thought and Culture and professor of religion and American studies and ethnicity at the University of Southern California.



Ibrahim Kalin



is a senior advisor to the prime minister of Turkey and a fellow at the Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Muslim–Christian Understanding at Georgetown University.



Azzedine Layachi



is a professor of political science at St. John’s University, New York.



Mojtaba Mahdavi



is an associate professor of political science at the University of Alberta.



Tarek Masoud



is an associate professor of public policy at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.



Shoghig Mikaelian



is a PhD candidate at Concordia University.



Beverley Milton-Edwards



is a professor of politics at Queen’s University Belfast.



Ahmad Moussalli



is a professor of political studies at American University of Beirut.



David Romano



is Thomas G. Strong Professor of Middle East Politics at Missouri State University.



Ahmad Sadri



is Gorter Professor of Islamic World Studies and a professor of sociology at Lake Forest College.



Mahmoud Sadri



is a professor of sociology at the Federation of North Texas Universities.



Abdullah Saeed



is Sultan of Oman Professor of Arab and Islamic Studies and director of the National Centre of Excellence for Islamic Studies at the University of Melbourne, Australia.



Bassel F. Salloukh



is an associate dean of the School of Arts and Sciences and an associate professor of political science at the Social Sciences Department at Lebanese American University.



Emad El-Din Shahin



is a professor of public policy at the School of Global Affairs and Public Policy at the American University in Cairo.



M. Nazif Shahrani



is a professor of anthropology, Central Eurasian Studies, and Near Eastern Languages and Cultures at Indiana University, Bloomington.



Nael sp Shama



is a political researcher and columnist based in Cairo.



Niloufer Siddiqui



is a PhD candidate in political science at Yale University.



(p. xiii) Azzam Tamimi



is a British Palestinian academic and and author on Islamic political thought and and Islamic movements.



Leonardo A. Villalón



is a professor of political science and African studies at the University of Florida.



John O. Voll



is a professor of Islamic history and a past associate director of the Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Muslim–Christian Understanding at Georgetown University.



Fred R. von der Mehden



is professor emeritus of political science at Rice University.



Joshua T. White



is an international affairs fellow with the Council on Foreign Relations.



Michael J. Willis



is a university research lecturer and King Mohamed VI fellow in Moroccan and Mediterranean studies at the Faculty of Oriental Studies at the University of Oxford.



Peter Woodward



is a professor of politics at the University of Reading. (p. xiv)