The Advisory Board consists of academic specialists in Middle East studies who advise Campus Watch and provide insights into developments in the field.

David Cook
Associate Professor of Religion
Rice University Areas of expertise: early Islam, Muslim apocalyptic literature and movements for radical social change, dreams, historical astronomy, Judeo-Arabic literature, and West African Islam.
https://reli.rice.edu/people/faculty/david-cook

James E. Lindsay
Professor of Middle East History
Colorado State University Areas of expertise: history and historiography of the Islamic Near East in the middle ages.
https://history.colostate.edu/author/lindsayj/

Philip Carl Salzman
Professor of Anthropology
McGill University Areas of expertise: Iran, India
http://www.mcgill.ca/anthropology/people/fulltime/philipsalzman

Kemal Silay
Ottoman and Modern Turkish Studies Endowed Chair Professor
Indiana University, Bloomington
Areas of expertise: Ottoman and Turkish history and literature, Turkish language studies.
https://sgis.indiana.edu/faculty/directory/silay-kemal.html

Raymond Tanter
Professor Emeritus of Political Science
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Areas of expertise: Arab-Israeli conflict, Iran, terrorism, nuclear proliferation.
https://lsa.umich.edu/polisci/people/emeriti/rtanter.html