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.
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.
Shankar Nair’s (Virginia) general field of interest is the religious and intellectual history of the Indian subcontinent, particularly as it relates to broader traditions of Sufism and Islamic philosophy, Qur’anic exegesis, and Hindu philosophy and theology.