Craig Considine is a Catholic American of Irish and Italian descent. As a sociologist, he focuses on Islam, Muslims in American Society, interfaith relations, the sociology of religion, race and ethnic relations, and social problems. Craig’s forthcoming book, Islam, Race and Pluralism in the Pakistani Diaspora (Routledge, July 2017), explores the language of “us” and “them” and how binaries continue to inform the political and social narratives around Irish and American citizenship. Another of his forthcoming books, Between Muhammad and Jesus: A Catholic’s Love of Islam, will be published by Noura Books of Indonesia in the summer of 2017. He currently serves as a faculty member of the Department of Sociology at Rice University in Houston. Craig holds a PhD from Trinity College Dublin, an MSc from the University of London, and a BA from American University in Washington, DC. He is a native of Needham, Massachusetts.
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