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Iftikhar Malik

  • Professor of History
  • Email: i.malik@bathspa.ac.uk
  • School or Department: CoLA - Culture and Environment
  • Office: NP.CM.214
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Personal statement

Iftikhar teaches courses on Contemporary Muslim World, Muslim Diaspora, Modern Asia, the U.S. history, the British Empire, historiography, and the South Asian history and politics. In February 2015 and again in 2016, Iftikhar taught at the University of Helsinki as an Erasmus professor. During 2004, he taught an MA course (International Politics) at the University of Brussels, while in 2006, he was a visiting Erasmus Professor at the University of Barcelona (AUB). In July 2007, he lectured at the University of Peloponnese's International Summer Seminar held on the island of Hydra followed by another in Corinth in August 2015. In 2007-8, he trained more than one hundred EU election monitors for Pakistan at Pisa's Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, followed by a specific workshop for EU safety personnel in 2009.

In March-April 2013, Iftikhar again trained several EU election monitors for Pakistan. On 23 March 2013, Iftikhar was a panellist along with Dominic Grieve MP, the Attorney-General, at the second annual conference on British Pakistanis, held at Oxford Union. Iftikhar has been an active member of the Punjab Research Group since 1990 and, among others, has convened conferences under its auspices in Bath and Oxford. In November 2012, Iftikhar presented two papers on Southwest Asian politics at an international seminar convened by Maastricht-based European Institute of Public Affairs (EIPA).

In November 2009, he offered a paper on security issues in Southwestern Asia at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, and in February 2011 his paper focused on the parameters of civil society at a conference on Pakistan at Jamia Millia, Delhi. On 26 November 2008, he presented a paper to an international conference on Political Islam, convened by the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in Brussels.

On 24 March 2012, Iftikhar was the keynote speaker at Spalding Symposium at Merton College, Oxford. He has published seventeen books and seventy research papers in international journals. His recent publications include Pashtun Identity and Geo-Politics in Southwest Asia (London, Anthem, 2016); a volume by New Holland Publishers (London along with a US edition, 2010), two books with Greenwood Press, USA, (2005 and 2008), a chapter in Amnesty International Lecture/OUP Series (2006); a paper in Seminar (Delhi, 2007) and ten Online papers for scholarly sites/journals. Three of his books have appeared from Oxford in St. Antony's Series and two volumes have been published by Oxford University Press. His two recent books deal with Islam and Modernity in reference to Muslims in Europe and the United States.

He has contributed articles in The Encyclopaedia of Islam, OUP's Encyclopaedia of Human Rights, Blackwell's History-Compass, World Book Encyclopaedia, Europa, World and Its Peoples, and several other reference projects. Iftikhar is an MCR at Wolfson College, Oxford, and lives in Bath and Oxford.

He has been an external examiner for the University of Bradford (1998-2002, 2005, 2008); and PhD examiner at the University of Exeter (2009); University of Birmingham (2007); University of Sussex (2007-8); Bradford (2013); Glasgow-Caledonian (2014); UCL, Preston (2014); the University of East Anglia (2015), and at the universities in Karachi, Islamabad, Multan, Bahawalpur, and Aligarh (1992, 2008, 2010, 2016).

He is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and is on the editorial board of six scholarly journals based in Oxford, Coventry, Stockholm, Edgehill, Karachi and Islamabad. Since 9/11, Iftikhar has offered 870 interviews to the print, audio and visual media on a wide variety of subjects.

Academic qualifications

  • MA Oxford
  • MA Punjab
  • PhD Michigan State.

Professional memberships

  • Quaid-i-Azam Fellow, St. Antony's College, Oxford (1989-94)
  • Fellow of The Royal Historical Society, (2000-
  • Member, Common Room, Wolfson College, Oxford, (2002-
  • Edit. Board, Contemporary South Asia (1991-
  • International Journal of Punjab Studies
  • Edit. Board, Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences (2011-
  • Edit. Board, Critical Muslim (2010-
  • Journal of Peace and Democracy in South Asia (2003- 
  • Royal Commonwealth Society (2002-3)
  • Trustee, UK Iqbal Academy, (2003-2010)

Other external roles

  • Guest speaker on Islamic Studies at British Universities, HEFCE Workshop, London, 23 November 2007 
  • Guest speaker at various EU forums, 2008-13
  • Guest speaker at the FCO, 2004-9 
  • Expert advice on South Asia, BBC History Magazine, 2008 and 2009 
  • Executive Committee, British Association for South Asian Studies, 1997-2003
  • Executive Committee, British Association for Pakistan Studies, 1990-
  • Trustee and Executive Committee Member, UK Iqbal Academy, Birmingham, 2003-09
  • Member, International Association of Punjab Studies, 1997-.

Editorial work:

Refereeing and reading manuscripts for Oneworld Publications (Oxford); Minority Rights Group (London); C. Hurst; Yale University Press; Pluto; University of California; Oxford University Press; Angel Books, UGI, Pearson Group, Routledge, University of Manchester Press, and Plagrave. Referees papers for Asian Survey (Berkeley); The Geographical Review (Worcestor, MA.); Contemporary South Asia (Oxford); Ethnicities (Bristol), Pakistan Journal of History and Culture (Islamabad).

  • Media (radio, tv and papers) contributions and special lectures to public groups and think tanks:
  • 825 media interviews from 12 September 2001 to 7 August 2013
  • Interviews in The Observer (London), Los Angeles Times, Dawn (Karachi), The Washington Times, Politiken (Copenhagen), El Periodico de Catalunya (Barcelona), BBC History Magazine, Far Eastern Economic Review; The News International.

Prizes or shortlistings:

  • Twice shortlisted for Muslim News Achievement Award. (2001 and 2002) 
  • Fellowship of the Royal Historical Society 
  • Elected to the membership of the Common Room at Wolfson College, Oxford 
  • Briefing at Foreign and Commonwealth Office, (March and July 2003) 
  • Special Report on Asylum Case for a law firm, June 2003 
  • Interview Panel Expert at the FCO Selection of research staff on 31 July 2003 
  • Refereed a research paper for Asian Survey, UC, Berkeley, 2003 
  • Referee papers for Contemporary South Asia (Oxford) 
  • Refereed papers for Asian Survey, Berkeley, August 2004 and 2008 
  • Briefing at the MOD, London, 25 June 2004 
  • Briefing at Farnham Castle in June 2003, June-July 2004; May and September 2005; and January, February, June 2006; January 2008.
  • Refereed a paper for The Geographical Review (Worcester, MA), 2005.
  • Refereed a paper for Contemporary South Asia, 2005.
  • Refereed a paper for Asian Survey, May 2005.
  • Refereed Research Project for Canadian Council of Social Sciences, 2005.
  • Refereed a paper for Ethnicities, Bristol, October 2005
  • Refereed a paper for Contemporry South Asia, Oxford, March 2006.
  • Refereed eight papers for Pakistan Journal of History and Culture, November-December 2006 and January 2008.
  • Refereed a paper for International Studies, February 2007
  • Wrote an online research paper for Pakistan Security Research Unit (PSRU), University of Bradford, July 2007
  • Helped develop a web page for Shingetsu Institute, Japan, August 2007
  • www.opendemocracy.net
  • www.jis.oxfordjournals.org
  • www.history.ac.uk
  • Refereed 8 papers for Pakistan Journal of History and Culture (November-December 2007)
  • Refereed papers for Journal of Pakistan Study Centre, Karachi, January 2008, 2013.
  • Interview on elections in Gujarat, India: www.ia-forum.org
  • Review papers * books for Intelligence and National Security; Oxford Journal of Islamic Studies, and, Muslim World Book Reviews.

Teaching Specialism

  • Asian history
  • The history and politics of the contemporary Muslim world
  • Muslim Diaspora Communities
  • The British Empire
  • Historiography
  • South Asian Studies
  • The U.S. history and politics 
  • Research supervision in the above areas.

External examiners

  • The University of Bradford (1998-2002) 
  • London Metropolitan (2000-2004) 
  • The University(ies) of Karachi (1993-1994, 2011-3); Bahawalpur (1998-1999, 2011); Peshawar (2004)
  • Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, (2005) 
  • The University of Bradford (2005, 2008)
  • The University of Birmingham, 2006 
  • The University of Sussex, 2007 
  • Muslim University, Aligarh, 2008 
  • Royal Holloway College, 2008
  • The University of Exeter, 2009 
  • International Islamic University, 2013.

Current scholarship

1-Islamic Modernism in India 
2-Frontier Politics.

Conferences and Seminars: 

2013:

  • Punjab Research Group, Coventry, 29 June.
  • Seminar on Intizaar Hussain, London, 19 May
  • The British Pakistanis, Oxford, 23 March
  • The EU Election workshops, Brussels. 27 March, 7 and 30 April.

2012:

  • Keynote Address, The Spalding Symposium, Oxford, 24 March
  • The British Pakistanis, Oxford, 17 February
  • EIPA (Maastricht) Conference on Southwest Asia, 12 November.

2011:

  • 1947: a seminar at St. Cross College, Oxford, 20 August
  • "The U.S., U.K., and the Muslims: A Study of Pluralism(s)", Georgia Tech Summer School at Worcester College, Oxford, 21 July
  • "Shared Values, Shared Experiences: Pakistan", Christian-Muslim Dialogue with Sadiq Khan MP, Tooting, 16 July
  • "The State of Pakistan", Jamia Millia, Delhi, 24-25 February
  • "Faith and Citizenship", London, 13 January.

2010

  • "Adelard of Bath", Bath Guild Hall, 4 October
  • "After the Floods", a seminar at Oriel College, Oxford, 30 October
  • "Islam, South Asia and Britain", Southend, 16 April
  • "Sharia and Islam", Bath, 23 March.

 Recent professional updating

  • Participation in several teaching and learning workshops
  • Attended some equal opportunities courses
  • Has taught on an MA course (International Politics) at the University of Brussels (2004)
  • Erasmus teaching at the AUB, Barcelona, Spain (2006)
  • Have been supervising Ph. D. research
  • Taught at the Institute of International Relations (Hydra-Athens), 2007.

Research and academic outputs

Go to ResearchSPAce

Muslims and Western Europe in the modern era: contemporary debates in historical perspective
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Hackett, S and Malik, I.H, eds. (2018) Muslims and Western Europe in the modern era: contemporary debates in historical perspective. Bloomsbury, London. ISBN 9781474291941 (Forthcoming)


The silk road and beyond: narratives of a Muslim historian
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Malik, I.H (2018) The silk road and beyond: narratives of a Muslim historian. Oxford University Press, Oxford. (Forthcoming)


Qulzam kay uss Paar
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Malik, I.H (2017) Qulzam kay uss Paar. Emel Books, Islamabad.


Pashtun identity and geopolitics in Southwest Asia: Pakistan and Afghanistan since 9/11
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Malik, I.H (2016) Pashtun identity and geopolitics in Southwest Asia: Pakistan and Afghanistan since 9/11. Anthem, London. ISBN 9781783084944


Pakistan: democracy, terror and the building of a nation
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Malik, I.H (2010) Pakistan: democracy, terror and the building of a nation. New Holland, London. ISBN 9781847734532


A history of Pakistan
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Malik, I.H (2008) A history of Pakistan. Greenwood Press, Westport, Conn. ISBN 9780313341373


Crescent between cross and star : Muslims and the West after 9/11
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Malik, I.H (2006) Crescent between cross and star : Muslims and the West after 9/11. Oxford University Press, Karachi. ISBN 9780195472868


Culture and customs of Pakistan
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Malik, I.H (2006) Culture and customs of Pakistan. Greenwood Press, Westport, Conn. ISBN 9780313331268


Jihad, Hindutva, and the Taliban: South Asia at the crossroads
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Malik, I.H (2005) Jihad, Hindutva, and the Taliban: South Asia at the crossroads. Oxford University Press, Karachi. ISBN 9780195977905


Islam, globalisation and modernity: the tragedy of Bosnia
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Malik, I.H (2004) Islam, globalisation and modernity: the tragedy of Bosnia. Vanguard, Lahore. ISBN 9694023806


Islam and modernity: Muslims in Europe and the United States
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Malik, I.H (2003) Islam and modernity: Muslims in Europe and the United States. Pluto Press, London. ISBN 9780745316116


Islam, nationalism and the West: issues of identity in Pakistan
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Malik, I.H (1999) Islam, nationalism and the West: issues of identity in Pakistan. St. Martin's Press, New York,. ISBN 9780312220600


State and civil society in Pakistan: politics of authority, ideology and ethnicity
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Malik, I.H (1997) State and civil society in Pakistan: politics of authority, ideology and ethnicity. Macmillan, Basingstoke. ISBN 9780230376298


US-South Asian relations, 1940-47: American attitudes toward the Pakistan movement
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Malik, I.H (1991) US-South Asian relations, 1940-47: American attitudes toward the Pakistan movement. Macmillan, Basingstoke. ISBN 9780333538159


Sir Syed Ahmed Khan: reconstructing the discourse of a pioneering Muslim modernist
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Malik, I.H (2017) 'Sir Syed Ahmed Khan: reconstructing the discourse of a pioneering Muslim modernist.' In: Kidwai, A.R, ed. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan : Muslim Renaissance man of India. Viva Books, New Delhi. ISBN 9789386243553


Muslims, migration and settlement of
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Malik, I.H (2016) 'Muslims, migration and settlement of.' In: Stone, J, Dennis, R.M, Rizova, P, Smith, A.D and Hou, X, eds. The Wiley Blackwell encyclopedia of race, ethnicity and nationalism. Wiley, London. ISBN 9781405189781


Pashtun identity formation and Taliban politics: grand narratives and the contemporary searchlight
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Malik, I.H (2015) 'Pashtun identity formation and Taliban politics: grand narratives and the contemporary searchlight.' In: Gregory, S, ed. Democratic transition and security in Pakistan. Routledge, London, pp. 102-123. ISBN 9781138842182


Political Islam in South Asia
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Malik, I.H (2015) 'Political Islam in South Asia.' In: South Asia 2016. 13th ed. Routledge, London. ISBN 9781857437836


Political Islam in South Asia
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Malik, I.H (2014) 'Political Islam in South Asia.' In: South Asia 2015. 12th ed. Routledge, London. ISBN 9781857437348


Political Islam in South Asia
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Malik, I.H (2013) 'Political Islam in South Asia.' In: South Asia 2014. 11th ed. Routledge, London. ISBN 9781857436969


Political Islam in South Asia
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Malik, I.H (2012) 'Political Islam in South Asia.' In: South Asia 2013. 10th ed. Routledge, London. ISBN 9781857436563


Political Islam in South Asia
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Malik, I.H (2011) 'Political Islam in South Asia.' In: South Asia 2012. 9th ed. Routledge, London. ISBN 9781857436242


Political Islam in South Asia
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Malik, I.H (2010) 'Political Islam in South Asia.' In: South Asia 2011. 8th ed. Routledge, London. ISBN 9781857435726


Pakistan
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Malik, I.H (2009) 'Pakistan.' In: Forsythe, D, ed. Encyclopedia of human rights. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 9780195334029


Pakistan
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Malik, I.H (2007) 'Pakistan.' In: Archer, T and Huuhtanen, H, eds. Islamist opposition parties and the potential for EU engagement. Finnish Institute of International Affairs, Helsinki, pp. 73-92. ISBN 9789517691956


Strangers in our midst: in search of seven pillars of wisdom - response
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Malik, I.H (2006) 'Strangers in our midst: in search of seven pillars of wisdom - response.' In: Tunstall, K, ed. Displacement, asylum, migration: the Oxford amnesty lectures 2004. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 127-137. ISBN 9780192807243


Between identity-politics and authoritarianism in Pakistan
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Malik, I.H (2002) 'Between identity-politics and authoritarianism in Pakistan.' In: Sajoo, A.B, ed. Civil society in the Muslim world : contemporary perspectives. Tauris, London, pp. 273-294. ISBN 9781850435907


Revisiting Deoband
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Malik, I.H (2015) 'Revisiting Deoband.' Critical Muslim, 15. ISSN 2048-8475


Rumi in whirling times
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Malik, I.H (2015) 'Rumi in whirling times.' Critical Muslim. ISSN 2048-8475


The road to Jerusalem
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Malik, I.H (2015) 'The road to Jerusalem.' Oxbridge Philokalic Review, 2.


Hannah Arendt’s Eichmann
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Malik, I.H (2014) 'Hannah Arendt’s Eichmann.' Critical Muslim, 12. ISSN 2048-8475


Peter Adelard and Islam: bridging the medieval worlds
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Malik, I.H (2013) 'Peter Adelard and Islam: bridging the medieval worlds.' Bath History, XIII.


Pakistan: between reckoning and redemption
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Malik, I.H (2012) 'Pakistan: between reckoning and redemption.' Critical Muslim, 2. pp. 226-235. ISSN 2048-8475


Punjab, partition and Pakistan
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Malik, I.H (2006) 'Punjab, partition and Pakistan.' Seminar (567).


Pakistan: a contemporary searchlight
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Malik, I.H (2004) 'Pakistan: a contemporary searchlight.' History Compass, 2 (1). ISSN 1478-0542


The Afghan conflict: Islam, the West and identity politics in South Asia
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Malik, I.H (2002) 'The Afghan conflict: Islam, the West and identity politics in South Asia.' Indo-British review, 23 (2). ISSN 0019-7211


Pakistan in 2001: the Afghanistan crisis and the rediscovery of the frontline state
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Malik, I.H (2002) 'Pakistan in 2001: the Afghanistan crisis and the rediscovery of the frontline state.' Asian Survey, 42 (1). pp. 204-212. ISSN 00044687


Evolution of Islam in Lahore and Punjab
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Malik, I.H (2017) Evolution of Islam in Lahore and Punjab. In: Cambridge Symposium on Lahore, 13 - 14 October 2017, Wolfson College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.


Good Muslim, bad Muslim
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Malik, I.H (2017) Good Muslim, bad Muslim. In: Karachi Literary Festival, 20 May 2017, The Alchemy, London, UK.


Sadhus, Sufis, savages and spies: the Silk Road in history
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Malik, I.H (2017) Sadhus, Sufis, savages and spies: the Silk Road in history. In: Royal Historical Society Events, 26 February 2017, Summertown Church Hall, Oxford, UK.


Sir Syed Ahmed Khan: his life and legacy
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Malik, I.H and Mahmood Masood, S (2017) Sir Syed Ahmed Khan: his life and legacy. In: The Pakistan Society Events Series, 24 January 2017, The Pakistan Society, London, UK.


American foreign policy under Clinton or Trump
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Malik, I.H (2016) American foreign policy under Clinton or Trump. In: The 2016 Presidential Election, 1 November 2016, BRLSI, Bath, UK.


Colonial Punjab: multiple facets
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Malik, I.H (2016) Colonial Punjab: multiple facets. In: Punjab: Past, Present and Future - 33rd International Conference of the Pubjab Research Group, 29 October 2016, Wolfson College, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.


A master Muslim heretic: revisiting the life and works of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan
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Malik, I.H (2016) A master Muslim heretic: revisiting the life and works of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan. In: Eighth Annual Muslim Institute Winter Gathering, 2 - 4 December 2016, Sarum College, Salisbury, UK.


Two mentors in conversation: Jalalud Din Rumi and Muhammad Iqbal on Islamic ethos
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Malik, I.H (2016) Two mentors in conversation: Jalalud Din Rumi and Muhammad Iqbal on Islamic ethos. In: The Second Annual BSU Colloquium for Global Philosophy and Religion: Difference in Identity - East and West, 29 - 30 April 2016, Bath Spa University, Bath, UK.


The history and culture of Pakistan
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Malik, I.H (2016) The history and culture of Pakistan. In: Public Lecture Series, 27 March 2016, Asian Cultural Centre, Oxford, UK.


Muslim radicalisation: drivers and trajectories
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Malik, I.H (2016) Muslim radicalisation: drivers and trajectories. In: FCO Event, 1 March 2016, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, London, UK.


Between law violence: Uzbekistan’s case study
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Malik, I.H (2016) Between law violence: Uzbekistan’s case study. In: Understanding Religion and Law: Fourth GW-4 Workshop, 21 March 2016, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK.


Islam: past and present
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Malik, I.H (2016) Islam: past and present. In: From the Ark to the Internet, 30 January 2016, Old School Hall, Sturminster Marshall, UK.


Intellectual Ijtiha'ad and Irja'a: imperatives of an alternative Muslim discourse
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Malik, I.H (2016) Intellectual Ijtiha'ad and Irja'a: imperatives of an alternative Muslim discourse. In: Nurturing Extremism: A Reading of the Measures of Intellectual Confrontation, 3-5 January 2016, Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria, Egypt.


Traditions in disputation: Madressas and Sharia within the Muslim contexts
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Malik, I.H (2015) Traditions in disputation: Madressas and Sharia within the Muslim contexts. In: Understanding Religion and Law: First GW-4 Workshop, 10 November 2015, University of Bath, Bath, UK.


Syed Ameer Ali: a traditional modernist!
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Malik, I.H (2015) Syed Ameer Ali: a traditional modernist! In: 29th Annual Pakistan Workshop: ‘Narrative, Biography and Autobiography’, 8-10 May 2015, Rookhow Centre, Rusland, Cumbria, UK.


South Asia: historical and geopolitical narratives
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Malik, I.H (2015) South Asia: historical and geopolitical narratives. In: ISSI Events, 7 April 2015, Institute of Strategic Studies, Islamabad.


A sundered tradition: retrieving critical intellectual tradition in Pakistan, Turkey, Bosnia and Morocco
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Malik, I.H (2015) A sundered tradition: retrieving critical intellectual tradition in Pakistan, Turkey, Bosnia and Morocco. In: International Conference on Management, Education and Social Sciences Research: Emerging Nation’s Perspective, 4-5 April 2015, University of Karachi, Pakistan.


Sundered identities and political Islam: imagining Pakistan as a modernist Muslim utopia
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Malik, I.H (2014) Sundered identities and political Islam: imagining Pakistan as a modernist Muslim utopia. In: Pakistan: Creation and Consolidation, 14 - 15 April 2014, Forman Christian College University, Lahore, Pakistan.


Islam in the context of Indian religions
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Malik, I.H (2012) Islam in the context of Indian religions. In: 37th Spalding Symposium on Indian Religions, 23-25 March 2012, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.


Islam in South Asia
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Malik, I.H (2012) Islam in South Asia. In: 37th Spalding Symposium on Indian Religions, 23-25 March 2012, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.


Shared values, shared experiences: Pakistan - London
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Malik, I.H, Khan, S, Khan, R and Gul, M (2011) Shared values, shared experiences: Pakistan - London. In: Religion, Identity, Citizenship, 16 July 2011, Tooting, London.


Understanding the civic sentiments and movements in Pakistan: stalemated cycle, or a way forward?
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Malik, I.H (2011) Understanding the civic sentiments and movements in Pakistan: stalemated cycle, or a way forward? In: The State of Pakistan, 24 - 25 February 2011, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, India.


After the floods: the future of Pakistan's economy and democracy
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Malik, I.H (2010) After the floods: the future of Pakistan's economy and democracy. In: Oxford University Pakistan Society: Mini Conference, 30 October 2010, Oriel College, Oxford.


Islam, South Asia and Britain
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Malik, I.H (2010) Islam, South Asia and Britain. In: The Southend Ethnic Minority Forum, 16 April 2010, Southend.


The United States and Pakistan
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Malik, I.H (2009) The United States and Pakistan. In: Tower Center Conference on Security, 18 November 2009, Southern Methodist University, Dallas TX, USA.


Muslim reformism in South Asia after 1857: Persian/Islamic culture and Britain
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Malik, I.H (2008) Muslim reformism in South Asia after 1857: Persian/Islamic culture and Britain. In: Royal Society for Asian Affairs: Public Talk, 23 January 2008, 2 Belgrave Square, London.


Keynote address
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Malik, I.H (2007) Keynote address. In: Social Cohesion : The Oxford Paradigm, 7 July 2007, St Antony’s College, University of Oxford.


British Islam, discourse and the politics of identity
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Malik, I.H (2006) British Islam, discourse and the politics of identity. In: 1001 Newsflashes - Western and Eastern Images, Understanding and Misunderstandings in Media and Politics, 24 - 25 November 2006, University of Zurich.


Syed Ahmed Khan and Muslim modernism in India
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Malik, I.H (2006) Syed Ahmed Khan and Muslim modernism in India. In: Sir Syed Ahmad Khan: Vision and Mission, 5 - 7 November 2006, Aligarh Muslim University, India.


Religious minorities in Pakistan
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Malik, I.H (2005) Religious minorities in Pakistan. In: Key Issues for Religious Minorities’ Rights in Asia, 7 - 9 June 2004, Colombo.


Jihad, Hindutva and Talebanisation: religion and majoritarian nationalisms in South Asia
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Malik, I.H (2003) Jihad, Hindutva and Talebanisation: religion and majoritarian nationalisms in South Asia. In: British Association of South Asian Studies Conference, 7 - 9 April 2003, Balliol College, University of Oxford.


Civil society in Pakistan: state holders in a contested state
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Malik, I.H (2009) Civil society in Pakistan: state holders in a contested state. Pakistan Security Research Unit, University of Bradford.


Religious minorities in Pakistan
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Malik, I.H (2002) Religious minorities in Pakistan. Minority Rights Group International, London. ISBN 1897693699


Will blood ever dry? ISIS and the Arab world [book review]
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Malik, I.H (2017) Will blood ever dry? ISIS and the Arab world [book review]. The Muslim World Book Review.


An eternal learner & Agni
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Malik, I.H (2017) An eternal learner & Agni. The Oxford Student.


Ibn Taymiyya’s 'Theological ethics' [book review]
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Malik, I.H (2016) Ibn Taymiyya’s 'Theological ethics' [book review]. The Muslim World Book Review.


Shaping Islamic discourses: the role of al-Azhar, al-Medina and al-Mustafa [book review]
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Malik, I.H (2016) Shaping Islamic discourses: the role of al-Azhar, al-Medina and al-Mustafa [book review]. The Muslim World Book Review.


Fifty years in the East: the memoirs of Wladimir Ivanow [book review]
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Malik, I.H (2016) Fifty years in the East: the memoirs of Wladimir Ivanow [book review]. The Muslim World Book Review.


The Pakistan paradox: instability and resilience [book review]
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Malik, I.H (2016) The Pakistan paradox: instability and resilience [book review]. The Muslim World Book Review.


Kabul-Taliban talks in Murree: a breakthrough or business as usual?
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Malik, I.H (2015) Kabul-Taliban talks in Murree: a breakthrough or business as usual? Muslim Institute.


Modi machine moves on: India at its watershed
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Malik, I.H (2015) Modi machine moves on: India at its watershed. Muslim Institute.


What is a Madrasa? [book review]
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Malik, I.H (2015) What is a Madrasa? [book review]. The Muslim World Book Review.


At Didcot Parkway Station - At Sham's Tomb [poems]
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Malik, I.H (2015) At Didcot Parkway Station - At Sham's Tomb [poems]. Romulus, 2015. p. 24.


Muslim Zion: Pakistan as a political idea [book review]
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Malik, I.H (2014) Muslim Zion: Pakistan as a political idea [book review]. Contemporary South Asia, 22 (4). pp. 422-424. ISSN 1469-364X


The politics of ethnicity in Pakistan: the Baloch, Sindhi and Mohajir ethnic movements [book review]
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Malik, I.H (2014) The politics of ethnicity in Pakistan: the Baloch, Sindhi and Mohajir ethnic movements [book review]. Contemporary South Asia, 22 (2). pp. 217-218. ISSN 1469-364X


Pakistan: partition and identity [book review]
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Malik, I.H (2010) Pakistan: partition and identity [book review]. FiveBooks.


Pakistan: weathering the storm [book review]
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Malik, I.H (2010) Pakistan: weathering the storm [book review]. Intelligence and National Security, 25 (3). pp. 394-401. ISSN 0268-4527


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