Professor of religion, politics and international relations - Northwestern University, Evanston.
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Université et pays de rattachement
Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois - USA
Fonction actuelle
  • Professor of Political Science
Titres académiques
  • The Johns Hopkins University. Ph.D. in Political Science, 2002
    Fields: International Relations, Political Theory, Cultural Anthropology
  • Yale University. M.A. in International Relations, 1996. Concentration: U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East, Religion and Politics in the Middle East
  • Wesleyan University, B.A. in Government with Honors, 1992
Domaines d’enseignement
  • Religion, politics and international relations, with emphasis on the law and politics of international human rights and international religious freedom
  • History and politics of American foreign relations
  • International relations of the Middle East with an emphasis on relations between the United States, the EU, Turkey and Iran
Domaine de recherche
Thématique de recherche
  • International relations
  • Politics of secularism and religion
  • Law and religion
  • US foreign relations
  • International relations of the Middle East, especially Turkey and Iran
  • Politics of religious freedom
  • Theory and method in the study of religion and global public life
Publications / contributions
  • The Politics of Secularism in International Relations (Princeton, 2008).
  • Beyond Religious Freedom: The New Global Politics of Religion (Princeton, 2015).
  • Politics of Religious Freedom (co-editor, Chicago, 2015).
  • Symposium, “Re-Thinking Religious Freedom”, Journal of Law and Religion (co-editor, 2014).
  • Comparative Secularisms in a Global Age (co-editor, Palgrave, 2013).
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