James W. Morris

James W. Morris Ph.D. Harvard, B.A. University of Chicago is currently Professor and Sharjah Chair of Islamic Studies, and Director of Graduate Studies, in the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies at the University of Exeter. He has previously taught at the Institute of Ismaili Studies in Paris and London, and in departments of Religious Studies at Princeton, Temple, and Oberlin; he lectures and gives seminars and workshops extensively throughout Europe, North America, and the Islamic world. His most recent books include Orientations: Islamic Thought in a World Civilisation (2001), The Master and the Disciple: An Early Islamic Spiritual Dialogue (2001), Ibn ‘Arabi: The Meccan Revelations (2002, as co-author).