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Abdul Aziz Said
Total Books: 7
a Syrian-born writer and senior ranking professor of international relations in the School of International Service at American University where he has taught for fifty years. He is the first occupant of the endowed Mohammed Said Farsi Chair of Islamic Peace;
founder and director of AU's Center for Global Peace,
which undertakes a range of activities aimed at advancing the understanding of world peace; and founding director of the International Peace and Conflict Resolution department in SIS.
Said is a frequent lecturer and participant in national and international peace conferences and dialogues and is deeply involved with a number of professional associations and Service Academies. His past and current public service includes consulting the U.S. Department of State, the Department of Defense, the United Nations and the White House Committee on the Islamic World.
Since joining the American University faculty in 1957, Said has written or edited over a dozen books.
- Islam and Peacemaking in the Middle East (co-authored with Nathan Funk, 2008), Lynne Rienner Publishers.
- Contemporary Islam: Dynamic, Not Static (co-edited with Meena Sharify-Funk and Mohammed Abu-Nimer, 2006).
- Cultural Diversity and Islam (co-edited with Meena Sharify-Funk), University of Press of America, 2003.
- Concepts of International Politics in Global Perspective, Fourth Edition (with Charles O. Lerche, Jr. and Charles O. Lerche, III), Prentice Hall: 1963, 1970, 1979, and 1995.
- Peace and Conflict Resolution in Islam: Precept and Practice (co-edited with Nathan C. Funk and Ayse Kadayifici), University Press of America, 2001.
- Ethnicity and U.S. Foreign Policy. Praeger Publishers. 1981
- Ethnicity in an International Context, ed. (with L.R. Simmons), Transaction Books, 1976.
- Human Rights and World Order, ed., Transaction Books/Praeger, 1978.
- The New Sovereigns: Multinational Corporations as World Powers,. ed. (with L.R. Simmons), Prentice-Hall, 1971.
- Theory of International Relations: The Crisis of Relevance, Prentice-Hall, 1968.