Mohammed Ayoob is an ISPU Adjunct Scholar and University Distinguished Professor of International Relations. He holds a joint appointment in James Madison College and the Department of Political Science. A specialist on conflict and security in the Third World, his publications on the subject have included conceptual essays as well as case studies dealing with South Asia, the Middle East, the Persian Gulf, and Southeast Asia. He has also researched, taught and published on the intersection of religion and politics in the Muslim world. He has been awarded fellowships and research grants from the Ford, Rockefeller, MacArthur, and MSU Foundations, the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, and the East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii. His latest book is titled The Many Faces of Political Islam: Religion and Politics in the Muslim World (University of Michigan Press, 2008) He received a Ph.D in Political Science from the University of Hawaii.
Ph.D University of Hawaii
South Asia , Political Islam , Middle East
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