Kenneth Garden, Ph. D., is an assistant professor of religion in the School of Arts and Sciences at Tufts University. His current research centers on the medieval Muslim religious scholar Abu Hamid al-Ghazali’s Revival of the Religious and controversies it inspired in Muslim Spain and Iran. This research touches on themes of revival and reform in Islam, Sufism and Islamic Philosophy, and the religious history of North Africa and Muslim Spain. His studies have taken him to Germany, Spain, Egypt, where he spent a year at the American University in Cairo, and Morocco, where he lived for two years in Fez and Rabat.
Dr. Garden can speak about:
- American Islam
- Classical and contemporary Islamic revival, renewal, and reform