The intricate workings of Science Fiction novels intrigued Robert Kurzban from a young age. Over time, his fascination evolved, eventually leaning more towards the science realm of the genre.
Now a published author and freelance writer, Robert Kurzban calls on his lifelong interest as a respected Social Scientist.
Throughout his career in social science, Robert Kurzban has contributed his research to a variety of publications in the field. His contributions have been published in technical scientific journals, trade publications and blogs. Over 100 of Robert Kurzban’s articles and studies have been peer-reviewed, solidifying the validity of his expertise. His published works have earned him over 10,000 Google Scholar citations.
Robert Kurzban has also authored, co-authored and edited seven books. Along with his social science colleague, Jason Weeden, he co-authored The Hidden Agenda of the Political Mind: How Self-Interest Shapes our Opinions and Why We Won’t Admit It. Published in 2014, Hidden Agenda took a leap into the ‘why’ behind the public’s political positions.
In 2019, Robert Kurzban launched his freelance writing team with the help of communications and investment expert, Elena Svitavsky. Strengthened by the slogan “Because Words Matter,” RE: Writers aims to connect professional organizations with talented copywriters. Currently, the team is focused on facilitating writing services for non-profit and financial organizations. Talented in all angles of the craft, the writers of the team are also equipped with editing skills that cater to academic publications.
The RE: Writers Founder and CEO knows firsthand just how crucial a strong grant proposal is for a non-profit seeking funding. On a freelance basis, Robert Kurzban has written and edited grants for non-profits and charitable organizations for a number of years. Leading the RE: Writers team, he aims to facilitate meaningful partnerships between writers and non-profits.
You can also find writing, editing, and publishing tips from Kurzban on the Bartering Exchange Network: http://barteringexchangenetwork.com/robert-kurzban/
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