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Romanian cognitive anthropologist, fieldwork in a NE Romanian village. Interested in folk epistemology, trust, morality, communication. University Lecturer in Anthropology at the Faculty of Political Sciences, SNSPA, Bucharest→
Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, Jena
Muhammad Afzal Upal
Dr. Muahmmad Afzal Upal is author of Moderate Fundamentalists: Ahmadiyya Muslims Jama'at in the Lens of Cognitive Science of Religion (DeGruyter, 2017) and Professor at Mercyhurst University in Erie, PA. He is currently co-editing (with James R. Lewis) Brill Handbook of Islamic Sects and Islam-inspired Religious Movements (Brill, 2018). He has published 100+ peer reviewed published articles on Cognitive Science of Religion, Countering Violent Extremism, and Artificial Intelligence.→
Erie, PA, USA