About the Author

Professor Emeritus in Foreign Affairs at Princeton University, L. Carl Brown is a historian of the modern Near East and North Africa with special emphasis on the Arab world. A member of the Princeton faculty from 1966 to 1993 he was long director of the interdisciplinary Program in Near Eastern Studies.

L. Carl Brown Newsletters

Fellowship Years: 1960-1962 Fellowship Topic: North Africa Fellowship Area: Sudan, Morrocco, & Tunisia Tunisia: Education, “Cultural Unity” and the Future Sudan: Old Memories and the New Reality Sudan: The Southern Provinces Sudan: The Philosophy of a Revolution Morocco: The End of an Era Colonization — A Second Look The Bizerte Affair