Chad Haines

Chad Haines

Center for the Study Of Religion & Conflict

Chad Haines has research interests in Social Anthropology, Pakistan, Islam, South Asia, globalization, urban transformation, postcoloniality, Dubai, Cairo. His research focuses on everyday lives of Muslims and how they create new identities through such social practices as lifestyle options, consumption, labor, and migration. He is the author of Nation, Territory and Globalization in Pakistan: A View from the Margins (Routledge, 2012) and is currently working on a new manuscript tentatively titled Being Global, Being Muslim: Dubai, Islamabad, and Cairo.

chad.haines@asu.edu