Mahgoub  Mahmoud Biography



Mahgoub Mahmoud, Ph.D.
Professor, Sociology Program
Department of Sociology, Social Work, and Urban Professions

"Mahgoub Mahmoud is professor of sociology; former director of the university’s office of international relations; a former social affairs’ adviser of Sudan; research officer at the Gambia African center for democracy; a founder and president of the Sudan human rights’ organization in Cairo, Egypt, and its bilingual quarterly. His publications include extensive works in English and Arabic on Africa and human rights; state bureaucracy, politics and religion; law and Justice in Islam; and Arabic translations of American research on Nubian archaeology and cultural anthropology and Sudanese law and society. Dr. Mahmoud is a multiple year honoree in who’s who among America’s teachers and who’s who in America."


  1. The Sources of Islamic Jurisprudence: Justice and Law in Islam
  2. Sudan Law and International Human Rights Norms: Comparative Research (African Studies (Lewiston, N.Y.), V. 64.)
  3. Linkages among African and African-American Thinkers: The Emergence of a Transgeographical Intellectual Community
  4. Human Rights of African Prisoners
  5. State and Religion in the Sudan Sudanese Thinkers
  6. Criminology and Penology in Islamic Jurisprudence
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