ABDULBASIT KASSIM

ABDULBASIT KASSIM

ABDULBASIT KASSIM

Abdulbasit Kassim is a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Religion Rice University and a Visiting Doctoral Fellow at the Institute of Islamic Thought in Africa at Northwestern University. His primary field of research is Islam and Africana Studies. His research focuses on the Intellectual and Social History of Africa (with emphasis on Islam in Central and Western Sudanic Africa), History of Islamic Thought, African and African Diaspora Religions, Africology and Postcolonial Studies, Gender and Sexuality in Muslim Societies, and Religion in International Relations. He is the co-editor of The Boko Haram Reader: From Nigerian Preachers to the Islamic State published by Hurst, Oxford University Press, and Ouida Books in 2018. His second book “Boko Haram: Modernity, Warfare, Slavery, and Muslim Identity”(co-authored with Professor Moses Ochonu) will be published by the University of Michigan Press in Fall 2021.

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