July 1, 2021
Senior Fellow Shaun Casey is joining the Pulaski Institution as a non-resident fellow. The institution aims to promote a fairer, more politically sustainable global future that reaches more places and leaves fewer people behind.
Walsh School of Foreign Service
Shaun Casey is a senior fellow at the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs and a professor of the practice in Georgetown's Walsh School of Foreign Service. He served as Berkley Center director from 2017 to 2021. Casey is also a senior fellow with the Luce Project on Religion and Its Publics at the University of Virginia and a Pulaski Institution non-resident fellow. He previously was U.S. special representative for religion and global affairs and director of the U.S. Department of State’s Office of Religion and Global Affairs. He has also served as professor of Christian ethics at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC, and held positions at the Center for American Progress and the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Casey has written on the ethics of the war in Iraq, as well the role of religion in American presidential politics. He is the author of The Making of a Catholic President: Kennedy vs. Nixon 1960 (2009) and co-editor of The Oxford Handbook of Political Theology (forthcoming, with Michael Kessler); he is writing a book on ethics and international politics tentatively titled Niebuhr’s Children. Casey holds a B.A. from Abilene Christian University, MPA from Harvard Kennedy School, and M.Div. and Th.D. in religion and society from Harvard Divinity School.