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Research Interests for Mbaye Lo

Research Interests:

Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), oral proficiency-based language teaching and testing. Areas of research include the sociology of Islam, Islamic militancy & theories of civil society, the development of Arabic language and culture in Africa.

Keywords:
Authority, Cyberspace, Islam, Middle East
Areas of Interest:

the sociology of Islam, Islamic militancy & theories of civil society, the development of Arabic language

Recent Publications   (search)
  1. Lo, M, The Last Scholar: Cheikh Moussa Kamara and the Condemnation of Jihad by the Sword, ISLAMiCommentary (April, 2016), Duke Islamic Studies Center & Carolina Center for the Study of the Middle East and Muslim Civilizations (UNC-Chapel Hill) [available here]
  2. Lo, M, Muslim University Models in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunitie (April, 2016)
  3. Lo, M, The West’s Freedom Problem and the Roots of Islamic Militancy, IslamiCommentary (February, 2016), Duke University [available here]
  4. Lo, M; Haron, M, Introduction: Africa's Muslim Institutions of Higher Learning: Moving Forward, in Muslim Institutions of Higher Education in Postcolonial Africa, edited by Lo, M; Haron, M (January, 2016), pp. 1-9, Springer, ISBN 9781137552310 (translated by Lo, M.) [doi[abs]
  5. Ahmed, AAA; Lo, M, The International University of Africa, Sudan: Its History, Mission, and Dissertations, in Muslim Institutions of Higher Education in Postcolonial Africa (January, 2016), pp. 211-220, ISBN 9781137552310 (translated by Lo, MB.) [bok%25253A978-1-137-55231-0.pdf], [doi[abs]

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