Hattendorf, John B(rewster)

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HATTENDORF, John B(rewster)

HATTENDORF, John B(rewster). American, b. 1941. Genres: History, Local history/Rural topics, Marine sciences/Oceanography, Military/Defense/Arms control, Transportation, Travel/Exploration. Career: U.S. Naval War College, Newport, RI, instructor and research associate, 1972-73, from assistant professor to associate professor of strategy, 1977-81, professor of naval history, 1983-84, Ernest J. King professor of maritime history, 1984-, director of department of advanced research, 1988-. Visiting professor, National University of Singapore, 1981-83, and University of Freiburg, 1991; member of faculty, Salve Regina College, 1988-92, and Frank Munson Institute of American Maritime History, 1990-, director, 1995-2001; St. Antony's College, Oxford, senior associate member, 1986; Pembroke College, Oxford, visiting fellow, 2000-02. Assistant head of ships' histories section and research section, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, naval history division, 1967-69; exchange researcher at German Armed Forces Military History Research Office, U.S. Department of Defense, 1990-91. Publications: A Dusty Path, 1964; (with J.D. Hayes) The Writings of Stephen B. Luce, 1975; On His Majesty's Service, 1983; (with B.M. Simpson III and J.R. Wadleigh) Sailors and Scholars, 1984; Two Beginnings, 1984; England in the War of the Spanish Succession, 1987; The Evolution of the U.S. Navy's Maritime Strategy, 1977-1987, 1989; (with D.H. King and W. Estes) A Sea of Words, 1995; (with D.H. King) Harbors and High Seas, 1996; (with D.H. King) Every Man Will Do His Duty, 1997; (with others) America and the Sea, 1998; John Robinson's Account of Sweden, 1688, 1998; Naval History and Maritime Strategy (essays), 2000; Semper Endem, 2001; The Boundless Deep, 2003. EDITOR: (with R.S. Jordan) Maritime Strategy and the Balance of Power, 1989; (with M.H. Murfett) The Limitations of Military Power, 1990; Mahan on Naval Strategy, 1991; The Influence of History on Mahan, 1991; (with others) British Naval Documents, 1704-1960, 1993; (with T. Goldrick) Mahan Is Not Enough, 1993; Ubi Sumus?, 1994; Maritime History, 1995, vol. 2: The 18th Century and the Classic Age of Sail, 1997; St. Barthelemy and the Swedish West Indies Company, 1995; Josiah Burchert's Transaction, 1995; Doing Naval History (essays), 1995; Naval Policy and Strategy in the Mediterranean, 1999; (with R.W. Unger) War at Sea in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, 2002. Address: Dept of Advanced Research (Code 35), U.S. Naval War College, 686 Cushing Rd, Newport, RI 02841-1207, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]