Andrew F. March
Andrew F. March is conducting research for a book on the problem of divine and popular sovereignty in modern Islamic thought at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University. He is an associate professor of law at Yale University and received his DPhil from Oxford University. He is the author of Islam and Liberal Citizenship (Oxford University Press, 2009) and will be working on a book titled The Caliphate of Man during his fellowship year. His other publications include: “Is there a Paradox of Learning from the Other? Four Questions and a Proposal” (The Muslim World, 2016), “What Can the Islamic Past Teach Us About Secular Modernity?” (Political Theory, 2015), “Democratizing Toleration” (Contemporary Political Theory, 2015), “Rethinking Religious Reasons in Public Justification” (American Political Science Review, 2013), “Genealogies of Sovereignty in Islamic Political Theology” (Social Research, 2013).