Advisory Board

Adonis Al-Akra

Lecturer at the Command and Staff College, Ministry of Defense, Lebanon, he has been a Visiting Professor at the Mexico University Institute

Elias Atallah

Professor of Arabic Lexicography at the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies

Bensalem Himmich

Intellectual and Author, former Minister of Culture, he holds a state doctorate in Philosophy from the University of Paris

Hassan Hanafi

Tenured Professor at the Faculty of Arts, Cairo University from 1995 till now

Roshdi Rashed

Emeritus Director of Research (special class) at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) in Paris 

Rasheed El-Enany

Professor of Arabic and Comparative Literature at the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies

Ramzi al-Baalbaki

Chair of the Academic Board of the Doha Historical Dictionary of the Arabic Language and Jewett Professor of Arabic at the American University in Beirut

Said Bensaid Alaoui

Professor of Islamic and Western Political Thought, and Dean of the College of Arts and Humanities, Mohamed V University (1998-2006). 

Said Bengrad

Professor of Semiotics at Mohamed V University, Rabat, he holds a state doctorate in Semiotics from Meknes and third-cadre doctorate from the Sorbonne

Sabri Hafez

Professor of Arabic and Comparative Literature, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London (SOAS) and Editor of the online publication Kalima

Tayyib Tizini

Syrian intellectual with a PhD in German Philosophy and a PhD in Philosophical Sciences

Abdessalam Al-Massadi

Professor of Linguistics at the University of Tunis, Faculty of Arts and the Ecole Normale Superieur, from 1972 to 2005

Abdallah Mohammed Al-Jasmi

Chair of the Philosophy Department at the University of Kuwait

Aze-Eddine Bouchikhi

Director of the Doha Historical Dictionary of the Arabic Language under the auspices of the ACRPS.

Fathi Engazou

Professor in the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology, and Coordinator of the Anthropology Center and African Studies at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities in Sousse

Fathi Al-Maskini

Professor in the Philosophy Department at the High Institute of Human Sciences of Tunis and Chair of the Doctoral Committee in the Department

Fahmi Jadaan

A Jordanian intellectual who studied Philosophy at the Sorbonne where he obtained his PhD in Islamic Philosophy and Theology in 1968

Muhsin Jassim Al-Musawi

Professor of Arabic Literature and Comparative Cultural Studies, Columbia University, New York, and Editor of the Journal of Arabic Literature

Mohammed Bahloul

Professor at the University of Tunis specializing in Arabic civilization. He holds a state doctorate in Literature from Mannouba University, Tunisia

Mohammed Sabila

Professor at the College of Arts, Morocco, he holds a state doctorate from Rabat and worked as Head of the Philosophy, Sociology and Psychology Department at the Faculty of Arts, Fes

Mohammed Al-Amri

Retired University Professor, he holds a state doctorate from Mohamed V University, Morocco


Mounir Kchaou

Professor of Ethics and Political Philosophy at the University of TunisProfessor of Ethics and Political Philosophy at the University of Tunis

Yasir Suleiman Malley

Acting President and Provost of the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies and Director of the Alwaleed Center of Islamic Studies in Cambridge