Robert Prince is a Lecturer at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies of the University of Denver. Although he hails from New York City, he has lived in Colorado for 43 years where he has taught in higher education since 1971, for a good part at the University of Denver, where he contributed to build the undergraduate program in International Studies. Robert has also served as the US Representative to the Secretariat of the World Peace Council (1985 to 1990), in Helsinki, Finland; and Co-chair of the Nuclear Disarmament Task Force (US/USSR negotiations).
Trained in Anthropology and Economics, Robert Prince areas of research and expertise include the History and Politics of the Middle East and North Africa, Peripheral Economics of the Global Economy focusing on Algeria and Tunisia, and Political Economy. Robert interest in North Africa dates back to his Peace Corps service in Tunisia (1966-1968).