Shaun Casey's research interests include the ethics of war and peace, the role of religion in presidential politics, public theology, the role of the Church in fighting global poverty, and the problem of theodicy as it relates to the Red Sox. He serves as a consultant to the Project on Religion and Post Conflict Reconstruction at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. His current projects include writing a book on the role of religion in the 1960 presidential election and offering free advice to candidates running for political office.
He received his B.A. from Abilene Christian University, an M. Div. from the Harvard Divinity School, an M.P.A. from the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, and a Th.D. from the Harvard Divinity School.
Religion and the Election: What Do We Think We Know?
as author at MIT World Host: The Office of the Chaplain of the Institute,
together with: Alan Wolfe,