Sarah Moser is an Assistant Professor of Cultural and Urban Geography at McGill University. Her research examines how national, religious, and ethnic identities shape cities in Southeast Asia and the Muslim world more broadly. Her current work investigates the global emergence of supra-national religious and ethnic identities and how they are manifested in urban form and used to serve secular nation-building purposes.

Moser holds a Ph.D. in geography from the National University of Singapore.