BRAIS is supported by an Advisory Board comprised of academics from across Britain working in a wide variety of disciplines.

British Association for Islamic Studies Advisory Board as of September 2017: 

  • Ali Reza Bhojani, Al-Mahdi Institute
  • Alison Scott-Baumann, SOAS, London
  • Amira Bennison, Cambridge
  • Andrew Newman, Edinburgh
  • Anicee van Engeland, Oxford
  • Ataullah Siddiqui, Markfield Institute of Higher Education
  • Ayman Shihadeh, School of Oriental and African Studies, London
  • Beverley Milton-Edwards, Queen’s University Belfast
  • Carool Kersten, King’s London
  • Colin Turner, Durham
  • Delia Cortese, Middlesex
  • Farid Panjwani, CREME, Institute of Education, London
  • Francis Robinson, Royal Holloway, London
  • Gary Bunt, Trinity St David, Wales
  • Haifaa Jawad, Birmingham
  • Hatsuki Aishima, Manchester
  • Hilary Kalmbach, Sussex
  • Hossein Godazgar, Al-Maktoum, Dundee
  • Hugh Goddard, Edinburgh
  • Jon Hoover, Nottingham
  • Judith Pfeiffer, Oxford
  • Lisa Bernasek, University of Southampton
  • Lloyd Ridgeon, Glasgow
  • Mansur Ali, Cardiff
  • Mehmet Asutay, Durham
  • Mohammed Mesbahi, Islamic College, London
  • Mohammad Talib, Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies
  • Muhammad Abdel Haleem, SOAS, London
  • Nicolai Sinai, Oxford
  • Oliver Scharbrodt, University of Birmingham
  • Omar Ali-de-Unzaga, Institute of Ismaili Studies, London
  • Ron Geaves, Cardiff University
  • Roy Jackson, Gloucestershire
  • Saeko Yazaki, Glasgow
  • Sajjad Rizvi, Exeter
  • Sariya Cheruvallil-Contractor, Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations, Coventry
  • Sean McLoughlin, Leeds
  • Shuruq Naguib, Lancaster
  • Simonetta  Calderini, Roehampton, London
  • Tim Winter, Cambridge
  • Zahia Salhi, Manchester
  • Zahid Parvez, Markfield Institute of Higher Education
  • Zohar Hadromi-Allouche, Aberdeen