Dr. Muzaffar Iqbal

President, Center for Islamic Sciences

Muzaffar Iqbal is the president of the Center for Islamic Sciences (established in 2000 as Center for Islam and Science and renamed in 2013). Over the past thirty years, his research and publications have focused on three broad areas within the framework of Muslim encounter with modernity: (i) the impact of this encounter on Muslim self-understanding of their spiritual and intellectual traditions; (ii) relationship between Islam and science and the role of modern science and technology in the reshaping of the intellectual, social, and political landscape of the Muslim world; and (iii), Qur’anic studies, including Western academic studies on the Qur’an. His publications include twenty-one books and over one hundred articles. His books and articles have been translated into Persian, Bahasa Indonesia, Albanian, and Korean.

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