Sabith Khan

Adjunct Associate Professor, Nonprofit Studies
  • Profile
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    • Memberships

      Fellow, US-India Policy Institute

      Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA)

      European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes (EADI)

      Association for Middle Eastern Public Policy and Administration (AMEPPA)

      Middle East Institute

      South Asian Journalists Association

    • Professional Experience

      Founder and Executive Director (2011 to Present)

      MENASA 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency

      Executive Director (2012)

      MPSN 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Washington, DC

  • Selected Publications
    Journal Articles

    Godfery, J., Branigan, E., & Khan, S. (2016). Old and new forms of giving: Understanding corporate philanthropy in India. Voluntas, 27(1).

    Khan, S. (2015). Re-examining the policies in the humanitarian aid sector — A call for greater “value rationality." Nonprofit Policy Forum.

    Khan, S. (2015). Practical spirituality and religious giving: Pluralisms and new forms of American Muslim giving. Gandhi Marg, 36(4).

    Khan, S. (2015). New styles of community building and philanthropy by Arab-American Muslims. Voluntas.

    Khan, S. (2015). Faith-based charitable giving and its impact on notions of community — The case of American Muslim NGOs. Qualitative Sociological Review, 11(4).

    Khan, S. (2015). Mapping American-Muslim philanthropy between 2002-12 — Major trends, challenges and opportunities. Journal of Social Sciences.

    Book Chapters

    Khan, S. (2016). Islamic philanthropy as a discursive tradition. In Facilitating higher education growth through fundraising and philanthropy. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

    Khan, S. (2015). Administration of philanthropy and the need for a new value rationality. In Eradicating terrorism from the Middle East: Policy and administrative approaches. Spring Publishers.