R. Bruce Craig, (Ph.D. The American University 1999) teaches a broad range of courses on American History.
He is a specialist in Cold War history, the history of espionage, and public history. Craig=s career spans 25 years and includes stints with the American National Park Service, National Parks and Conservation Association, Shepherd University (West Virginia), and The American University (Washington D.C.). Immediately prior to his arrival at UPEI in 2007, Craig was executive director of the National Coalition for History, where he served as the national advocate for the American historical and archival communities on Capitol Hill. Craig is the author of over 100 scholarly and popular articles; his books include: Treasonable Doubt: The Harry Dexter White Spy Case (University Press of Kansas, 2004) and Freeman Tilden=s Interpreting Our Heritage (4th edition) and Collected Writings on Interpretation (forthcoming, University of North Carolina Press, 2007). He is currently working on a biography of alleged Soviet spy, Alger Hiss.