Dr. Muqtedar Khan
University of Delaware
467 Smith Hall
Newark, DE 19716
Office Hours: Tue 3-5PM & By Appt
Fields: Comparative Politics, International Relations, Political Theory
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.
"Five American Perspectives on Islam: An Analytical Report" published by Center for Global Policy, Washington DC, 2018.
"From Jihad to Salam in Pursuit of Political Change: A Perspective Based on the Quran," Journal of Islam and Religious Studies, Winter 2017. Co-authored with Dr. Tahir Shad.
"Political Muslims in America: From Islamism to Exceptionalism", Middle East Policy Journal, 2015.
is Enlightenment?: An Islamic Perspective", Journal of Religion and Society, Fall 2014.
Democracy and Islamism after the Counterrevolution in Egypt", Middle East Policy, Spring 2014.
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