I am an associate professor in the department of philosophy and religion and Dean’s Leadership Fellow at Northeastern University in Boston. I’m also the author of the award-winning Pious Fashion: How Muslim Women Dress (Harvard University Press, 2017). My current writing project is Stealing Your Religion, a book about the ethics of religious appropriation (under contract with Harvard University Press).
I write, teach, and more recently tweet about gender, sexuality, and politics in everyday religious practice. As a comparative ethicist, my interests have taken me to India, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Spain, and Turkey.
My public scholarship has appeared in
The Atlantic and The Los Angeles Times.
You can find my c.v. here.