Mohammed Hashas is Lecturer in the Department of Political Science at Luiss University of Rome. He is also a Research Fellow affiliate to Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient (ZMO) in Berlin (2020-present). His research areas are modern intellectual history of the Arab-Islamic world, philosophy and theology in the Arab world, and European Islamic thought. Hashas has been a visiting research fellow in Copenhagen, Tilburg, Berlin, Oxford, and Winchester in Virginia. Hashas published The Idea of European Islam (2019), Intercultural Geopoetics (2017), and led the edition of Pluralism in Islamic Contexts (2021), Islamic Ethics and the Trusteeship Paradigm (2020), Islam, State and Modernity (2018), Imams in Western Europe (2018), besides various journal articles and book chapters. His forthcoming edited volume Contemporary Moroccan Thought will appear with Brill in 2024 (c. pp. 700). Hashas has been collaborating with Reset DOC since 2011, and has been a scientific coordinator and scientific advisory board for Reset DOC seminars in North Africa since 2018. He frequently writes essays in Arabic and English on philosophy, theology, and society in the Arab world and Western Europe.
Mohammed Hashas – Biography