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.

Social Science

Sociology

Historical Studies

History of Soviet-American Relations

Historical Studies
Historical Studies

Medieval Political, Social, and Legal History

Historical Studies

Justice

Social Science

Sociology

Mathematics

Analytic Number Theory

Mathematics

Computational Complexity, Proof Theory

Mathematics

Number Theory, Automorphic Forms on Exceptional Groups

Natural Sciences

Theoretical Physics

Natural Sciences

Theoretical Physics

Natural Sciences

Astrophysics

Natural Sciences

Astrophysics

Mathematics

Cohomology of Arithmetic Groups, Special Values of Automorphic L-functions

Mathematics

Algebraic Groups, Zariski-dense Subgroups, Locally Symmetric Spaces

Program in Interdisciplinary Studies

Mathematical Analysis, Analytic Number Theory

Mathematics

Number Theory, Algebraic Geometry

Mathematics

Representation Theory, Automorphic Functions, Number Theory

Natural Sciences

Theoretical Physics

Historical Studies

Classical Archaeology

Natural Sciences

String Theory

Program in Interdisciplinary Studies
Social Science

Anthropology

Historical Studies

Religious Culture of the Early Modern Catholic World

Natural Sciences

Theoretical Physics

Historical Studies

Early Modern British Culture

Mathematics

Automorphic Forms, Representation Theory, Number Theory

Mathematics

Professor

Natural Sciences
Social Science

History of International Relations

Historical Studies

History and Philosophy of Science

Mathematics

Harmonic Analysis, Dispersive Evolution Equations

Historical Studies
Historical Studies

Professor

Natural Sciences

Cosmology

Historical Studies

Samaritan Studies

Mathematics

Symplectic Geometry, Hamiltonian Dynamics

Mathematics

Arithmetic of Algebraic Groups, Geometry of Related Locally Symmetric Spaces

Social Science

Professor Emerita

Historical Studies

Early Modern History

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