Mohammed Rustom, a professor of Islamic Thought and Global Philosophy at Carleton University and the director of the Carleton Centre for the Study of Islam. focuses his research on Islamic philosophy, Arabic, and Persian Sufi literature, Quranic exegesis, translation theory, and cross-cultural philosophy.
Roy A. Sorensen is a professor of Philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin, a professorial fellow in Philosophy at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, and the Jackman Humanities Institute’s Distinguished Visiting Fellow for the academic year 2023-24. He has research interests in epistemology, metaphysics, and philosophy of language, areas in which he has published widely.
James Madaio is a research fellow at the Oriental Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague. His areas of interest lie in Indian philosophical traditions, the historiography and genealogy of modern Hindu movements, Indic theories of the self, pedagogy, and hermeneutics, and cross-cultural philosophy and dialogues.
Lawrence Pasternack, a professor of Philosophy at Oklahoma State University, focuses his work on Kant, with publications across his ethical theory, epistemology, and philosophy of religion.
Pauline Kleingeld is a professor of Philosophy at the University of Groningen. Her academic interests lie in Kant and Kantian philosophy, as well as in ethics and political philosophy.
Sean M. Smith, an assistant professor of Philosophy at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa works at the intersection of Indian Buddhist philosophy (with a particular emphasis on the Pāli tradition) and contemporary philosophy of mind, cognitive science, and moral psychology.
Sajjad Rizvi (Exeter) is an intellectual historian interested in the course of philosophy in the Islamic world both past and present. He also takes an increasing interest in how that study and category of philosophy coincides with the emergent category of global philosophy.
Jason Stanley, the Jacob Urowsky Professor of Philosophy at Yale University, is renowned for his contributions to philosophy of language and epistemology, whose tools in his more recent work he brings to bear on questions of political philosophy.
Reza Hadisi (Toronto) pursues questions in ethics, epistemology, and action theory through the study of the history of philosophy. He is particularly interested in the Medieval Arabic and Persian traditions and Kant.
Birgit Kellner is a Buddhologist and Tibetologist who serves as the director of the Institute for Cultural and Intellectual History of Asia in Vienna, part of the Austrian Academy of Science.
Joseph Len “Joey” Miller is an assistant professor of Philosophy at West Chester University who specializes in Native American philosophy and ethics. As an enrolled member of Muscogee Nation, his research focuses on understanding the ethical frameworks of his ancestors and how these frameworks have been adapted to address settler colonialism.
Pirachula Chulanon (Toronto Metropolitan) specializes in Kant’s theories of knowledge and mind. His work concerns the origins and limits of our understanding of our own humanity and rationality. He pairs this with research and teaching interests in ethics and aesthetics, especially theories of art in the German-speaking tradition after Kant.