Taymiya R. Zaman teaches courses on ancient India, the
Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Empires, and modern South Asia and the
Middle East. Her area of research expertise is Mughal India. She
joined USF in the fall of 2007 and has designed the History
Department's "Islamic World" emphasis. She is actively
involved with the Middle Eastern and Asian Studies Programs at USF.
Her publications include articles on Mughal India, and chapters on
modern-day religious identities. She also writes creative
non-fiction and fiction.