Kenan Malik is a writer, lecturer and broadcaster. His books include The Meaning of Race (1996), Man, Beast and Zombie (2000), Strange Fruit: Why Both Sides Are Wrong in the Race Debate (2008) and The Quest for a Moral Compass: A Global History of Ethics (2015). He was shortlisted for the Orwell Prize in 2010.
Books by Kenan Malik
From Fatwa to Jihad
by Kenan Malik
It is well written and well researched and makes a series of good points. The most interesting point to me was about identity
Interviews with Kenan Malik
The best books on Morality Without God, recommended by Kenan Malik
Religion is often presented as the guardian of moral values. The problem with this, says the author and broadcaster, is that it diminishes what it means to be human. He picks the best books on morality without God.
Interviews where books by Kenan Malik were recommended
The best books on Islamic Militancy, recommended by Jason Burke
Jason Burke, journalist and author of an acclaimed book on Al-Qaeda, tells us what he learnt about militants when he was caught in a firefight in Iraq—and suggests five books we should read to understand their motivations.