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Jeffrey M. Shaw, PhD

Jeffrey M. Shaw, PhD

Associate Professor
College of Distance Education | S&P
Phone:
(401) 841-2215
Email:
Jeffrey.shaw@usnwc.edu

Profile

Jeff Shaw is an Associate Professor of Strategy and Policy in the College of Distance Education. He taught S&P in-residence from November, 2008 until May 2011.  He was one of two professors to deliver the modified S&P curriculum to the commander of the Ethiopian Defense Command and Staff College in Addis Ababa in August, 2009. He also teaches as an adjunct for the Air Command and Staff College Online Masters Program.

He is co-editor (with Dr. Tim Demy of the COSL) of the forthcoming 3-volume "Wars of Religion: An Encyclopedia of Faith and Conflict" from ABC-CLIO, and is also the author of "Illusions of Freedom," a revised edition of his Salve Regina doctoral dissertation to be published by Wipf and Stock Publishers in 2014. He is a consulting editor of the forthcoming Ashgate International series on Religion and Modern War. His book reviews have appeared in the Journal of Military Ethics, the Air & Space Power Journal, the Royal United Service Institute Journal, and the journal Techne: Research in Philosophy and Technology.  He is also guest editor of the 2013 Thematic edition of the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies' online journal entitled "Synesis: The Journal of Science, Technology, Ethics, and Policy," and is a peer reviewer for the journal Philosophy & Technology.  He has taught the required senior Capstone liberal arts course in residence at Salve Regina University in the General Studies department. His article entitled "Putting the Cooperative Maritime Strategy to Work: A Wargaming Perspective" will appear in the January 2014 edition of Joint Force Quarterly. 

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