Iftikhar H. Malik
Professor Iftikhar H. Malik, FRHisSoc, has been teaching modern history at Bath Spa University since 1995. During the early 1990s, Malik held the Quaid-i-Azam Chair at St. Antony’s College, Oxford, and since 2002, has been a Member of the Common Room at Wolfson College, Oxford. With doctoral and postdoctoral training at Michigan State, Columbia, and UC, Berkeley, Malik has authored 17 books, several chapters, 75 scholarly papers, and 250 review articles. Some of Iftikhar H. Malik’s recent volumes include: Pashtun Identity and Geopolitics in Southwest Asia: Pakistan and Afghanistan since 9/11 (Anthem, 2016); Pakistan: Democracy, Terror and the Building of a Nation (New Holland Publishers, 2010); The History of Pakistan (Greenwood Press, 2008); Crescent between Cross and Star: Muslims and the West after 9/11 (OUP, 2006); Jihad, Hindutva, and the Taliban: South Asia at the Crossroads (OUP, 2005); Islam and Modernity: Muslims in Western Europe and the United States (Pluto, 2004); Islam, Nationalism and the West: Issues of Identity in Pakistan (St. Antony’s-Macmillan Series, 1999), and State and Civil Society in Pakistan: Politics of Authority, Ideology and Ethnicity (St. Antony’s-Macmillan Series, 1997).