Sheldon, Garrett Ward

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SHELDON, Garrett Ward

SHELDON, Garrett Ward. American, b. 1954. Genres: Ethics, Intellectual history, Politics/Government, Theology/Religion. Career: Clinch Valley College of the University of Virginia, Wise, professor of political science, 1983-; editor and writer. Nash's Chapel Baptist church, minister. Speaker on Early American political thought and on Christianity. Publications: The History of Political Theory, 1988; Religion and Politics, 1990; The Political Philosophy of Thomas Jefferson, 1991; What Would Jesus Do?, 1993; The Political Thought of John Taylor; (ed.) Major Concepts in Politics and Political Theory, 1991-; What Would Jefferson Say?, 1998; The Encyclopedia of Political Thought, 2001; Religion and Political Culture in Jefferson's Virginia, 2001; The Political Philosophy of James Madison, 2002; Jefferson and Ataturk: Political Philosophies, 2002; What Did Jesus Say?, in press. Address: University of Virginia at Wise, Wise, VA 24293, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]