Professor Wadi is the current Dean of the Institute of Islamic Studies and has taught for more than twenty years. His background in both Political Science and Islamic Studies provided him with a comprehensive prism in understanding Muslim society, its culture, and dynamics. He follows major issues on Islam and the Muslim World including its development and tension. He engages the media and serves as a political analyst on Islam and politics, the Mindanao conflict, and the peace process.
Islamic Revivalism and Contemporary Movements; Kalam and Islamic Philosophy; Islamic Political Thought; The Qur’an and its Commentary (Tafsir); Islamic History; Arabic Historiography; Islamic Civilization; Islamic Economics; Islam in Southeast Asia