Holder of UNESCO Chair for Interreligious Dialogue Studies at the University of Kufa, Editor-in-Chief of Kufa Review and Founding Director of the Intellectual Studies book series
“The Power of Dialogue in Encountering the Sectarian Violence in Iraq”
Dr. Hassan Nadhem is a university professor (University of Kufa—Iraq), writer, and translator. He is the holder of UNESCO Chair for Interreligious Dialogue Studies at the University of Kufa, the editor-in-chief of Kufa Review and founding director of Intellectual Studies (series of books published by the University of Kufa). He has taught in many institutions and universities across the Arab world and the West: he is an at-distance lecturer and supervisor of the course on Quranic and Hadith sciences ICAS at Middlesex University in London.
Dr. Nadhem has published 20 authored and translated books, six chapters in books, 10 peer-reviewed articles, one encyclopedia entry, over five book reviews, presented paper in 10 conferences, and published several pieces in various newspapers and magazines. His current teaching and research activities mainly involve modern Arabic language.
About the Series
For centuries, philosophers and theologians debated the question of why God, who is all-knowing, all-powerful, all-good, is hidden, absent or silent in the face of human suffering. In our lecture series, we are inviting prominent scholars from a range of disciplines and from different parts of the world to address and help us understand an array of topics pertaining to the problem of Divine Hiddenness.