Khurram Hussain

Khurram Hussain is a doctoral student in the Religious Studies Department at Yale University and a Visiting Fellow at the Center for Global Islamic Studies at Lehigh University. His dissertation, titled "Islam as Critique," focuses on the theology of nineteenth-century Indian Muslim reformer Sayyid Ahmad Khan as a mediatory discourse between Western modernity and traditional Islam by putting Khan in conversation with the work of Reinhold Niebuhr, Hannah Arendt, and Alastair MacIntyre.