Dr. Craig Considine is a U.S. Catholic of Irish and Italian descent. Considine is currently a faculty member in the Department of Sociology at Rice University and author of Muslims in America: Examining the Facts (ABC-CLIO – July 2018), a new book which examines the veracity of controversial claims and beliefs surrounding Muslims in the United States.
Considine’s next book is titled Islam in America: Exploring the Issues, also to be published by ABC-CLIO (July 2019). Craig is also the author of Islam, Race, and Pluralism in the Pakistani Diaspora, published by Routledge in July 2017. He holds a PhD from Trinity College Dublin (Ireland), an MSc from the University of London (England), and a BA from American University (Washington, DC). Considine is a native of Needham, Massachusetts.
Considine, Craig. (2017). “The Racialization of Islam in the United States: Islamophobia, Hate Crimes and ‘Flying while Brown.’” Religions 8(9): 1-19.
Considine, Craig. (2017). Islam, Race, and Pluralism in the Pakistani Diaspora. New York, NY: Routledge.
Considine, Craig. (2017). “Pakistanis and Irish Identity: Religion, Race, and Ethnicity in Post-Celtic Tiger Ireland.” Sociology. January 17. Online first.
Considine, Craig. (2016). “Religious Pluralism and Civic Rights in a ‘Muslim Nation’: An Analysis of Prophet Muhammad’s Covenants with Christians.” Religions 7(15): 1-21.
Considine, Craig. (2016). “What does it mean to be ‘Irish’? Perceptions of Irish identity among young Pakistani men.” Diaspora Studies 10: 1-12.
Considine, Craig. (2016). “Prophet Muhammad’s Covenants with Christians: Pluralism and Civic Rights in the First Islamic State.” Interreligious Insight 14(1): 42-57.