Hadel Jarada

Ph.D. Candidate

Hadel Jarada is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations working broadly on the history of Islamic thought. Her dissertation establishes an intellectual history of the debate on free will and divine predestination in Māturīdī Muslim theology. Other research interests include the cultural and intellectual history of the Arabic-Islamic world in the Mamluk, early Ottoman and Safavid periods (1200-1800); Islamic law; Islamic philosophy and theology; Arabic language and literature.



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