Ph.D., University of Virginia
Dr. Faizi is Assistant Professor of Religion at LUMS and the Program Director of the Study of Religion stream in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences. His research interests include philosophy of religion, philosophical and scriptural hermeneutics, semiotics, and questions surrounding religion and modernity. His current research is focused on philosophic analyses of texts and thinkers wrestling with questions at the interface of religion, secularity, and modernity, with particular focus on how modern religious thinkers thematize relationships between scriptural texts and modern scientific and philosophic discourse. His current teaching work is focused on theories and methods in religious studies and topics within philosophy of religion.