In a public lecture, Jeffrey Davidow, former U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, Venezuela, and Zambia, will discuss how even though America’s historic role of interventionism has long passed, the opportunities and challenges of Latin America present serious issues for U.S. involvement.
It is with deep conviction regarding the freedom of inquiry and intellectual exchange and the respect for the principles of justice and non-discrimination that we, the undersigned, condemn and oppose the recent federal executive order that suspends the entry of refugees, immigrants, and other visitors.
In his biography of the late IAS Professor and medieval historian Ernst Kantorowicz, former Member Robert E. Lerner offers "a timely meditation on the vicissitudes of abstract, purist ideals under the pressure of savage real-world events," writes George Prochnik in the New York Times.
Could dark matter consist of primordial black holes, as numerous as the stars? Member Timothy Brandt and former Member Marc Kamionkowski are turning to more radical ways of explaining the universe’s missing mass.