Robert Nicholson

Senior Fellow of the Center for Hebraic Thought

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Robert Nicholson is Adjunct Professor at The King’s College and Senior Fellow at the TKC Center for Hebraic Thought. Robert is also the founder and president of The Philos Project, an education and advocacy nonprofit based in New York City. He holds a BA in Hebrew Studies from Binghamton University, and a JD and MA in Middle Eastern history from Syracuse University. A former U.S. Marine and a 2012-13 Tikvah Fellow, Robert founded Philos in 2014.

Having spent countless hours on the ground in Israel, the Palestinian Territories, Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, and Egypt, Robert leverages a wide range of relationships and real-world experience to spread the vision of a multi-ethnic and multi-religious Middle East based on freedom and rule of law. Robert serves on the Board of Directors of Passages, and is a publisher of Providence: A Journal of Christianity and American Foreign Policy. His written work has appeared in First Things, The Federalist, The Jerusalem Post, The Hill, and The American Interest, among others.

Time at King's: September 2019 to Present


Syracuse University College of Law

M.A. History/Middle East
Syracuse University

B.A. Hebrew Studies/History
Binghamton University

A.A. Humanities
Onondaga Community College