Craig Rubano’s work centers on pastoral practices that would build bridges across gender identity, sexual orientation, race, and faith lines from a critical postcolonial perspective. A graduate of Yale (AB, Poststructuralist Literary Theory) and Columbia (MA, English & Comparative Literature), Craig did his MDiv work at Princeton Theological Seminary, along with a Master of Theology degree specializing in Pastoral Care. His background includes a lifetime lived in South American countries, a perspective which informs the liberationist lens through which he views theologies of care, counseling, and congregational ministries. Craig has teaching experience in psychological dimensions of the several disciplines of practical theology. He also has considerable experience using song as a liturgical healing agent, having made his professional living for more than a decade in the musical singing field. While at PTS, Craig has been deeply involved with campus-wide efforts to bring seminarians together in covenant-bound conversations on diversity-related issues.
“The rooting of justice in our spiritual formation in Christ requires careful thought and teaching. I was equipped to lead in this way through my time at PTS. ”