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Ahmad Fuad Rahmat
University Teacher (Part-time), Faculty of Arts
Ahmad Fuad Rahmat earned his M.A. in Politics from University College Dublin and his M.A. in Social Philosophy from Marquette University. He has been published in Monthly Review Zine, Radical Philosophy, the Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies and Critical Muslim. He currently researches in critical theoretical engagements with Malay pop culture. He maintains a keen interest in the philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche. He was also the instructor and organiser of Sekolah Falsafah, a grassroots initiative aimed to promote Western Philosophy to a wider Bahasa speaking audience which ran for three a hours a week from January to June 2014. He is editor in chief for projekdialog.com, the leading online publication on intercultural relations and politics in Malaysia. Night School, his show on BFM radio, discusses philosophy and social theory, and airs on Wednesdays at 9 p.m. He was a delegate at the 2010 World People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth in Cochabamba, Bolivia and has presented at various conferences on issues relating to the politics of freedom at home and abroad. He has been quoted in the Edge, Channel News Asia, Foreign Affairs and the Star.