Iza Hussin

Iza Hussin is University Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Studies at the University of Cambridge, a member of the World History faculty, and the Mohamed Noah Fellow at Pembroke College Cambridge. Her work occupies the intersection of Islamic legal studies, comparative politics, and post/colonial law and society studies. Current research projects include a manuscript on the travels of law across the Indian Ocean arena, on the securitization of religion in local and international legal reasoning, and on challenges to liberal governance in Southeast Asia. She is Director of the PhD in Politics and International Studies, a general editor of the Cambridge University Press series Asian Connections, associate editor of Modern Asian Studies, and Associate Research Fellow at the Joint Centre for History and Economics (Harvard/Cambridge).

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