Robert Dodge was a history teacher for 37 years and moved to Denver in June 2014 after 35 years as an expat. He received a BA and MS from North Dakota State University, where he was awarded one of 22 NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarships, and an MPA from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard. His writing career became serious after studying with Thomas Schelling, who won the Nobel Prize in Economics in 2005 for his work in game theory. Schelling and his work are the subject of three of Dodge’s six books and also two articles. History is a theme that runs through all his work.