Kenan Malik

Indian-born English free expression advocate, historian, and scientific author

Asia-Pacific and South Asia
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Kenan Malik is an Indian-born English writer, lecturer, and broadcaster. He studied neurobiology and the history of science before becoming a research psychologist at the University of Sussex. Over the past two decades, Malik’s academic and journalistic work have addressed issues including the politics of multiculturalism, the nature of secularism, and the limits of free speech. He is the author of five books, including “From Fatwa To Jihad: The Rushdie Affair And Its Legacy” and “The Quest for a Moral Compass: A Global History of Ethics.”Malik is currently a monthly columnist for The International New York Times anda presenter on BBC Radio 4.

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