Current Scholars

Each year, leading scientists and scholars from all over the world come to the Institute to interact, explore, share, and discover. A new intellectual mix of researchers and ideas is created, spanning young postdoctoral fellows to distinguished senior professors, across the humanities and sciences.

Mathematics

Geometric Analysis

Historical Studies

Modern European History and International Relations

Natural Sciences

Astrophysics

Program in Interdisciplinary Studies

Chemistry

Mathematics

Automorphic Forms, Galois Representations

Mathematics

Theoretical Computer Science

Mathematics

Theoretical Machine Learning

Social Science

Intellectual and Cultural History, Eighteenth-century France

Historical Studies

Latin Literature and Roman Social History

Natural Sciences

Astrophysics

Mathematics

Number Theory

Historical Studies

Professor Emeritus

Historical Studies

Ancient China

Mathematics

Algebraic Geometry

Natural Sciences

Theoretical Physics

Social Science

American Literature, Queer Studies, Political Theology

Social Science

Philosophy

Mathematics

Implicit Partial Differential Equations

Program in Interdisciplinary Studies
Natural Sciences

Theoretical Physics

Natural Sciences

Cosmology

Social Science

Sociology

Mathematics

Professor Emeritus

Social Science

Anthropology

Historical Studies

Luce Foundation Professor in East Asian Studies

Historical Studies

Art History

Social Science

Sociology

Mathematics

Diophantine Approximation by Special Points, Applications to Dynamics, Geometry

Natural Sciences

Theoretical Particle Physics

Social Science

Social and Political History of Conservation in Africa

Program in Interdisciplinary Studies

Origins and Nature of the Mind

Mathematics

Harmonic Analysis

Program in Interdisciplinary Studies
Mathematics

Computer Science

Natural Sciences

Professor Emeritus

Social Science

Anthropology, History

Historical Studies

Medieval Social and Religious History

Social Science

Historical Sociology of the Social Sciences

Social Science

Sociology

Social Science

James D. Wolfensohn Professor

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