Ryann Craig is the Director of Student Programs for the Berkley Center for Peace and World Affairs and Adjunct Professor for the Alwaleed Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at Georgetown University. Before joining the Berkley Center, she worked in academic support and student advising as Assistant Director of Academic Support at Catholic University. She recently served as a copyeditor for the International Qurʾanic Studies Association’s journal and monograph series (2016-2018) and has been involved in a number of religious minority cultural heritage preservation initiatives in the U.S., Germany, and Israel/Palestine. Ryann completed her Ph.D. (Catholic University of America) on the use of qurʾanic prooftexts by medieval Christian Arabic and Syriac authors while in-residence as a doctoral fellow at the Tantur Ecumenical Institute in Jerusalem. She is co-editor with Vasile-Octavian Mihoc of A Contested Coexistence: Insights in Arabic Christianity from Theology to Migration (Harrassowitz, 2020).
The Catholic University of America - Ph.D., Islam/Muslim Christian Understanding
Reformed Theological Seminary - M.A., Religion
American University - M.A., International Affairs
The Catholic University of America - M.A., Arabic
University of Illinois - B.A., Religious Studies