M. A. MUJEEB KHAN portrait
  • Assistant Professor, World Languages and Cultures

Research Summary

See my publications and presentations for recent work. My work takes the Islamicate world and East Asia as case studies, comparatively and independently, to examine science, religion, law, culture, and representation, in the modern and pre-modern worlds, specifically the medieval period and late early modern periods. I also pursue research on perceptions and reception that ranges from late antiquity to the contemporary period.


  • PhD, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge
  • M.S., History and Philosophy of Science, University of Tokyo
  • A.M. (M.A.), Regional Studies - East Asia, Harvard University
  • B.S., Physics (Honors College, minors in Japanese and Biology), Stony Brook University