Jocelyne Cesari is an associate professor of the practice of religion, peace, and conflict resolution in the Department of Government and a senior fellow at the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs.
Major international activities include:
- Served as the Minerva Chair at the National Defense University with a research focus on Islam and democracy in the context of the Arab Spring
- Deputy director of research for the public understanding of religion at the University of Birmingham, U.K.
- Global Ethics Senior Fellow at the Carnegie Council for International Affairs
- Author of nine books on Islam, democracy, and Muslim identity in Europe