The Religious Impact of Secular Governance

Who Wants a Caliphate?

A historical narrative of Islamic governance, it's emphasis in the Islamic tradition, and the religious impact of post-colonial secular governance in the Muslim world.
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Ovamir Anjum

Chair of Islamic Studies, University of Toledo
About me
Ovamir Anjum is the Imam Khattab Chair of Islamic Studies at the Department of Philosophy, University of Toledo. He studies the connections between theology, ethics, politics, and law in classical and medieval Islam, with a subfocus on its comparisons with western thought.