Dr. Muqtedar Khan
Muqtedar Khan, PhD (Georgetown University, 2000) joined the Department in 2005. His areas of interest are Politics of the Middle East and South Asia, Political Islam, Islamic Political Thought and American Foreign Policy in the Muslim World. Professor Khan teaches courses on Arab and Middle Eastern Politics, Politics of Development, Globalization, and Islam in World Affairs.
"Democracy is Necessary: The Political Philosophy of Islamic Governance", The Roundtable, Vol. 9 Issue 2, Fall 2010.
"Three Dimension of the Emerging Political Philosophy of Islam," in Shahram Akberzadeh, ed., Handbook of Political Islam, New York: Routledge, 2010.
Debating Moderate Islam: The Geopolitics of Islam and the West (University of Utah Press, August 2007).
Islamic Democratic Discourse: Theory, Debates and Philosophical Perspectives (Lexington Books, October 2006).