Musa al-Gharbi is a Paul F. Lazarsfeld Fellow in sociology at Columbia University. His primary research interests include the Sociology of Knowledge, Cognitive Sociology, Social Psychology and Applied Social Epistemology & Ethics.
Al-Gharbi’s research has been published in The Wilson Quarterly, Middle East Policy, The National Interest, The American Conservative, Al-Jazeera America, Salon, The Huffington Post, Counterpunch and other venues–subsequently featured in dossiers by the U.S. State Department, the U.S Council on Foreign Relations, the U.S. Army War College, the Combatting Terrorism Center (CTC) at Westpoint, and Germany’s Federal Agency for Civic Education.
Articles have been translated into Spanish, Russian, German, French, Portuguese, Arabic, Farsi, and other languages–receiving wide circulation and syndication. Work has been cited in textbooks and journal articles, and featured by the Woodrow Wilson Institute, the Brookings Institute, the New America Foundation, and in outlets such as Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Newsweek, MSN, New York Magazine, Real Clear World, Truthdig, Jadaliyya, The Arabist, Antiwar, War in Context and War on the Rocks.
Musa is also frequently tapped for radio and print interviews, to include spots with Voice of America, NewsMax TV, Agence France-Presse (AFP), Voice of Russia, RT America, Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting, China’s Global Times, and Egypt’s Al-Ahram.