Dr Joshua Ralston is Reader in Christian-Muslim Relations at the University of Edinburgh. His work is concerned with theological, ethical, legal-political, and scriptural encounters between Christians and Muslims with a particular focus on Protestant Christianity and Sunni Islam.
Prof Mona Siddiqui is Chair in Islamic and Interreligious Studies at the University of Edinburgh School of Divinity, as well as Assistant Principal for Religion and Society and Dean International for the Middle East. Her research lies in Islamic jurisprudence (fiqh) and ethics and Christian-Muslim relations.
Dr Abdul Rahman Mustafa is the Network’s postdoctoral fellow. He brings expertise in both law and Islamic theology. He completed his PhD, ‘From God’s Nature to God’s Law: Theology, Law and Legal Theory in Islam’, in Arabic and Islamic Studies at Georgetown University.
Dr Omar Anchassi is an Early Career Fellow in Islamic Studies, with a focus on Islam law. He completed his PhD thesis, ‘Fazlur Rahman (1919 – 1988) and the Reformulation of the Religious Sciences of Islam’, at Queen Mary University and a post-doctoral fellowship at Exeter University.