N.J. Slabbert is an honored writer and scholar whose work ranges across science, technology, public policy, history and global affairs. The U.S. Government has recognized him as an intellectual serving the public interest. He is creator of The Sword of Zeus Project, a multimedia research, education and media project about the role of Greece in World War 2; co-author with Aris Melissaratos, Director of Technology Enterprise at Johns Hopkins University, of the book Innovation, The Key to Prosperity: Technology & America’s Role in the 21st Century Global Economy; and co-author with Morton White, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy and Intellectual History at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, N.J., of the forthcoming book The Intellectual versus the City: Antiurbanism in America from Jefferson to the 21st Century. Mr. Slabbert’s work has appeared in media ranging from The Washington Post and The Harvard International Review to Reader’s Digest, of which he is a former senior editor and staff writer. He can be reached at N.J.Slabbert@gmail.com.
Mr. Slabbert is currently the ArMel Scientifics Center for Technology & Public Policy Fellow in Intellectual History http://www.center4techpublicpolicy.org/#!__library