I received my PhD in Theology and Philosophy from the University of St. Michael's College, University of Toronto in 2011, focusing upon the modernization of political and legal thought in Muhammad Iqbal and Moses Mendelssohn.
I also received the MA in Religion and Culture from Laurier, where I wrote a thesis in Islamic and NT studies, and the MTS in Theology and Philosophy from McMaster University where I wrote my major essay upon Christian political thought.
My current research interests are twofold:
H.C. Hillier and Basit Koshul. Muhammad Iqbal: Essays on the Reconstruction of Modern Muslim Thought. Edinburgh University Press. (2015)
H.C. Hillier. "The Problem of Liberal Tolerance: Zizek's Political Theology". Didaskalia. (2015)
H.C. Hillier. "The Rationalism of Jewish Law in Moses Mendelssohn". Canadian Theological Review. (2013)
H.C. Hillier. "Muhammad Iqbal on al-Fiqh: Towards a Natural Law Jurisprudence". Journal of Islamic Law & Culture. (2011)
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