Texas A&M University at Qatar
Dr. Hassan Bashir is a political scientist with specialization in political theory and International Relations. Since joining TAMUQ, Dr. Bashir has taught introductory courses and thematically arranged upper-level undergraduate seminars on American politics, world politics, Asian government and politics, modern South Asia, politics of global inequality, comparative political theory and professional ethics for engineers. Dr. Bashir has published widely on diverse topics in history of political thought and moral dimensions of globalization. Dr. Bashir has started several initiatives at TAMUQ, most notable among these are The Initiative in Professional Ethics (TIPE) and International Workshops on Humanitarian Engineering in collaboration with University of Groningen, Netherlands. Dr. Hassan Bashir has received over US$ 2.0 million in competitive research grants and industry sponsorships since 2011.
His research interests include history of political thought, comparative political theory, modern South Asia and moral dimensions of globalization.
• Bashir, Hassan and Gray, Phillip W. “Arms of the Republic: Republicanism and Militia Reforms during the U.S. Constitutional Convention and the First Federal Congress 1787-1791” History of Political Thought, Spring 2015
• Bashir, Hassan and Gray Phillip W. (Eds.) Deconstructing Global Citizenship: Political, Ethical and Cultural Perspectives (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books/ Rowman and Littlefield, 2016) Pages 346
• Bashir, Hassan, Keck, Stephen and Gray, Kevin (Eds.) Western Higher Education in Asia and the Middle East: Politics, Economics, and Pedagogy. (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books/ Rowman and Littlefield, 2016) Pages 321