Andrew March is a Professor of Political Science. He teaches political theory and has a special interest in Islamic political thought, especially the Islamic legal tradition. His most recent book is on the invention of popular sovereignty in modern Islamic thought entitled The Caliphate of Man (Belknap Press: 2019). He has written on the problem of Islam and liberal citizenship, namely on the intersection of liberal theory and the Islamic jurisprudence of Muslim minorities (fiqh al-aqalliyyat). He teaches courses on Islamic Political Thought, Islamic Law & Ethics, Islamic Political Philosophy, and Islam & Liberalism.