Dr Sayed Ammar Nakshawani is an Islamic Lecturer, Scholar, Historian and Author. He is known for his knowledge of Islamic history and Qur’anic exegesis, as well as his ability to convey complex ideas in a clear and engaging manner. His lectures are viewed worldwide and have been translated into multiple languages, making him a popular and influential figure among the global Muslim community. Sayed Ammar has previously held the role as Associate and Research Director at the Project on Shiism and Global Affairs at Harvard University and was the Inaugural Imam Ali Chair of Shi’a Studies at the Hartford Seminary. He also served as Visiting Scholar at Columbia University’s Middle East Institute and the Department of Islamic Studies at the University of Cambridge. He obtained his doctorate from the University of Exeter where he published his dissertation on authority and leadership in early Islam.