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Frank Griffel, Professor of Islamic Studies

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Episode: April 14, 2010

14:43

Professor Griffel teaches courses on the intellectual history of Islam, its theology, and the way Islamic thinkers react to Western modernity. He has published widely in the fields of Islamic theology, Arab and Islamic philosophy, Islamic law, and Muslim intellectual history. We talk with Professor Griffel about his new book Al-Ghazali’s Philosophical Theology.

Learn more about Professor Griffel.