Jeremy Gunn

Jeremy Gunn hold a PhD of the Committee on the Study of Religion from Harvard University (1991).

He has lectured courses on numerous topics including, the History of the Arab World, the United States and the Middle East, Religion and Politics, International Law and International Organisations, History of the twentieth century, Race and Religion in the United States, American Culture, American Political System.

He has published numerous books and articles including, most recently, Interacting Civilizations: A History of Muslim Societies from the Mediterranean Basin to the Iranian Plateau (2015), No Establishment of Religion: America’s Original Contribution to Religious Liberty (2012), “Islam and the Concept of the Separation of Religion and the State” (2016), “Organisation of Islamic Cooperation” (2016).