T. Jeremy Gunn
T. Jeremy Gunn is Professor of Law and Political Science at l’Université Internationale de Rabat (Morocco) and Lecturer on the Global Campus Arab Master’s Programme in Democracy and Human Rights.
He received a Ph.D. from Harvard University, a Juris Doctor degree from Boston University (magna cum laude), and an A.M. from the University of Chicago. He was formerly a Senior Fellow at the United States Institute of Peace and has worked at the U.S. State Department, and the American Civil Liberties Union.
Ms. Devandas Aguilar was previously part of the disability rights movement at national, regional and international level and continues to work closely with organisations of persons with disabilities.
Among his publications are “The Concept of ‘Separation of Religion and the State’ in Islam” (2016), “The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation: Universal Human Rights, Islamic Values, or Raisons d’état?” (2017) (with Alvaro Lagresa), “Secularism, the Secular, and Secularization” in Trends of Secularism in a Pluralistic World (2013), Spiritual Weapons: The Cold War and the Forging of an American National Religion (2009), “Religious Freedom and Laïcité: A Comparison of the United States and France” (2004), and “The Complexity of Religion and the Definition of ‘Religion’ in International Law” (2003).