View a complete collection of Robert Langlands’s papers, as well as some of his lectures and correspondence, on topics ranging from functoriality, representation theory, and base change to endoscopy, Shimura varieties, percolation, and...

During the 2015-16 academic year, the School of Mathematics hosted a program on the topic of geometric structures in three dimensions. This article is an adaptation of a talk I gave in fall 2015, as part of the School's...

*This therefore, is mathematics: she reminds you of the invisible forms of the soul; she gives light to her own discoveries; she awakens the mind and purifies the intellect; she brings light to our intrinsic ideas;...*

Edward Nelson, Member in the Schools of Mathematics (1956–59, 79–80) and Natural Sciences (1963–64, 67–68, 73–74) and Professor of Mathematics at Princeton University until his death in 2014, was...

Jean Bourgain, IBM von Neumann Professor in the School of Mathematics, was bestowed the title of Baron by the Belgian government in July 2015. In association with the honor, Bourgain designed a coat of arms inscribed "In hope against hope....

*Symplectic and contact topology* is an active area of mathematics which combines ideas from dynamical systems, analysis, topology, several complex variables, as well as differential and algebraic geometry.

This Institute event celebrates the work and impact of Jean Bourgain, IBM Von Neumann Professor in the School of Mathematics and member of the Faculty since 1994. Recipient of the Fields Medal...

Mathematics has a vital role in shaping a product’s life, from research & development to manufacturing, and from marketing to supply chain. In this public lecture, Institute Trustee Sandi Peterson and Kathy Wengel, both Princeton...

This event celebrates the work and life of Emmy Noether, one of the first Visitors at the Institute from 1933–35. A highly prolific mathematician who published...

In the beginning of the twentieth century, the University of Göttingen was one of the top research centers for mathematics in the world. The mathematician David Hilbert was a well-established professor there, and during the winter semester of...

# An Inside View of IAS

*Trustee Eric Schmidt*

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Oleg Grabar on Muslim Legal Interpretation

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Patricia Crone on Arabia

# Fantasy Echo: History and the Construction of Identity

# What Is a State?

*n*is proportional to the height above the table.

# Entanglement and the Geometry of Spacetime

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# Embedded Portraits: Appending a New Myth to an Old Myth

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Art and Science in the Early Modern Netherlands

*artes*) as a means to pursue knowledge (

*scientia*) of everything from the stars to anatomy to newly discovered species.

*Freeman Dyson in a letter to his parents, November 1, 1948*