Author of The Religious Right and the Talibanization of America (Palgrave 2016) andConstructing Pakistan (Oxford 2010), Masood Ashraf Raja specializes in postcolonial studies, globalization theory, and the study of Islamic cultures and politics. His critical essays have been published in various journals such as the South Asian Review, Caribbean Studies, South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, Prose Studies, Mosaic, Radical Teacher and others. Raja has also co-edited two collections of essays, served on the PMLA Advisory Committee, and has recently won and finished administering a one million dollar Department of State grant as the Director of UNT-NUML Partnership, a three year cooperative agreement between UNT and National University of Modern Languages, Pakistan. He is currently working on his next book, entitled Democratic Criticism: Poetics of Incitement and the Muslim Sacred.
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