Ahmad Greene-Hayes is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Religion at Princeton University in the Religion in the Americas subfield, and an interdisciplinary scholar pursuing graduate certificates in the Department of African American Studies and the Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies. His research interests include 19th and 20th century Africana and African American religious histories, Black South Studies, and Black Queer Studies. His dissertation is a religious history of Black transnationalism, African American religions, and migrations between the Circum-Caribbean and New Orleans from 1915-1954. A current Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellow, he is the past recipient of fellowships and awards from the Mellon Mays Foundation, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, the Creating Connections Consortium (C3) at Columbia University, and the Political Theology Network. During the 2017-2018 academic year, he held the LGBT Studies Research Fellowship at Yale University, and during the 2017-2019 academic year, he held the Religion and Public Life Fellowship from the Center for the Study of Religion at Princeton. Ahmad is a writer and his public commentary on issues of race, gender, sexuality, Black politics and religion have appeared in The Black Scholar, Ebony, The Root, The Feminist Wire, The Huffington Post, Open Democracy and News One, among many other outlets. Most recently, in 2018, he founded the graduate student led, “Africana Religious History Working Group,” an intellectual community for doctoral students of African descent who study African American and Africana religious histories broadly construed, across institutions and varying subfields of study.