Albert O. Hirschmann Professor, School of Social Science.
Proponents of free trade have argued that expanding global markets
should reduce income inequality in poorer countries. So far,
however, there is no compelling evidence that...
Seiberg, Professor, School of Natural Sciences. This lecture
discusses how the Large Hadron Collider is expected to provide
further information about the standard model of particle physics,
which describes the elementary particles and the...
In this presentation, Professor Glen W. Bowersock discusses the
emergence and interrelated fates of Rome, Constantinople, and
Moscow. Rome became the capital of a great Mediterranean empire,
which tried through myth and mystique to reconcile its...
The hundred and fifty years before the Protestant Reformation
used to be seen as a period of religious decadence. More recently,
they have been understood as an era of rather anxious piety, in
which the faithful purchased indulgences, went on...
John Norris Bahcall, Richard Black Professor of Astrophysics in
the School of Natural Sciences at the Institute for Advanced Study,
recipient of the National Medal of Science, president of the
American Astronomical Society, President-Elect of the...