Rabiat Akande is a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University, and she teaches international law at Northeastern University School of Law. Her research explores the contestations over religion-state relations during Nigeria's colonial encounter with the British Empire (1841-1960). Her research interests are Islamic Legal History, International Law and the Third World, and Comparative Constitutional Law: Constitution design and Dispute Resolution. She received an SJD from Harvard Law School.
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