Ger FitzGerald is a political scientist who works at the intersection of religion and international affairs. Professor FitzGerald teaches graduate and undergraduate classes in international relations theory, comparative politics, and revolutions at George Mason University. His expertise is in state-minority religion relations, having spent 8-years studying this topic closely in the UK, France, and the Netherlands. He recently completed a 3-year consultancy with the British Council, where he managed the flagship Bridging Voices program. Bridging Voices supported three transatlantic research projects focused on the role of religion in promoting social justice in instances of forced displacement, issues related to Sexual Diversity and Eastern Orthodox Christianity, and the concept of a ‘Muslim Atlantic’.