Military Chaplains in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Beyond: Advisement and Leader Engagement in Highly Religious Environments

Peace and Security in the 21st
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Foreword, Major General Douglas Carver (ret.), former U.S. Army Chief of Chaplains Chapter 1: Introduction: The Modern Military Chaplaincy in the Era of Intervention and Terrorism, Eric Patterson Chapter 2: Yesterday and Today: Understanding the Role and Influence of the U.S. Military Chaplaincy, Pauletta Otis Chapter 3: Chaplains Advising Warfighters on Culture and Religion, Dayne Nix Chapter 4: Beginnings: The Army Chaplaincy Responds to the War on Terrorism, Eric Keller Chapter 5: The Iraq Inter-Religious Congress and the Baghdad Accords, Micheal Hoyt Chapter 6: Building National Capacity: Training Afghan Chaplains, Steven Moore Chapter 7: Religious Advisement and Religious Leader Engagement in the Horn of Africa, Jon Cutler Chapter 8: Advising Generals at the CENTCOM Center of Excellence, David West Chapter 9: Spiritual Resiliency: Findings from the U.S. Army "Health of the Force" Surveys (2008-present), Eric Wester Chapter 10: Spiritual and Professional Formation Under Stress: A Survey of Military Chaplains, Gary Roberts and L. Diane Hess-Hernandez Chapter 11: Chaplains, Religion, and the Study of International Relations, Jason Klocek and Ronald Hassner
The role of military chaplains has changed over the past decade as Western militaries have deployed to highly religious environments such as East Africa, Afghanistan, and Iraq. By looking at the rapidly changing role of the military chaplain, this volume raises issues critical to U.S. foreign and national security policy and diplomacy.
Instrumenten Solist: Douglas L. Carver, Capt Jon Cutler
Editiert von: Eric Patterson
About the editor Eric Patterson is dean of the School of Government and associate professor of political science at Regent University. He is also senior research fellow at Georgetown University's Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs. He is the author or editor of nine books, including Ending Wars Well: Just War Thinking and Post-Conflict (2012) and a Choice Highly Recommended Title, Ethics Beyond War's End ( 2012). Patterson served as a White House Fellow and at the State Department's Bureau of Political-Military Affairs, and has nearly seventeen years of continuing service as an officer in the Air National Guard. He has been a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a member of the International Institute for Strategic Studies. About the contributors Rabbi Captain Jon Cutler was director of Religious Affairs for Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA). Ron E. Hassner is Associate Professor in International Relations at the University of California, Berkeley and a co-director of Berkeley's Religion, Politics and Globalization Program. Lashanda Hess-Hernandez is Assistant to the Dean and Oxford Program Coordinator at Robertson School of Government. Colonel (Ret) Mike Hoyt served over 30 years active duty at every level of the Army Chaplaincy and joint command staffs. As the Director for Army Chaplain Corps Operations, the Pentagon, Chaplain Hoyt helped shape the strategic and institutional issues supporting the Army Chaplaincy for the next ten years. Chaplain (LtCol) Eric Keller (U.S. Army, ret.) provided critical state-side support within the Army chaplaincy following 9/11. Padre (LtCol) Steve Moore has served as a chaplain in the Canadian Forces for 22 years. His operational tours include Bosnia during the war (1993), Haiti (1997) and the Kandahar Provincial Reconstruction Team, Afghanistan for research purposes (2006). Commander Dayne E. Nix, CHC, USN (Ret.), served twenty-seven years in the U.S. Marine Corps and Navy. He currently teaches joint maritime operations for the U.S. Naval War College at the Naval Postgraduate School, in Monterey, California. Pauletta Otis is Professor of Security Studies at the Command and Staff College, Marine Corps University. She has served as a member of the Defense Intelligence Advisory Board and in a senior advisory capacity for the U.S. military chaplains. Gary E. Roberts is Associate Professor of Government at Regent University. Previously, he was a tenured faculty member at Fairleigh Dickinson University and the University of Memphis. LtCol David West is the founder Central Command's Center of Excellence of Af-Pak. Working with the support of then U.S. Central Command commander General David Petraeus, he met with religious leaders, including Wahhabi and Deobandi madrassa leaders from Pakistan. Chaplain (Colonel) Eric Wester has thirty-two years of military service culminating as a senior military chaplain and Army colonel, and nine years as a senior military leader in chaplaincy at senior command and strategic education.

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Autor: Douglas L. Carver
ISBN-13 :: 9781442235397
ISBN: 144223539X
Erscheinungsjahr: 07.08.2014
Gewicht: 522g
Seiten: 226
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Buch, 231x152x20 mm
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