The Institute for Advanced Study invites applications for a two-year appointment for an early-career scholar as part of the Environmental Stewardship, Place, and Community Initiative funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Join us at the 3rd annual Thinking Spatially symposium as we explore the topics of Politics and Polarization, a defining characteristic of today’s political climate. Geographic relationships may help to provide clarity in the factors related to political discourse. What are the drivers of polarization and how do they affect political perspectives? Can maps help us to interpret the divisiveness more efficiently?
Join the IAS on Thursday afternoons for our eclectic, wide-ranging, discussion series designed for scholars from all walks of life.
Due to COVID-19, this season’s events will be held virtually*, via Zoom. All events will take place at 3:30 p.m. Additional details about each event, including Zoom registration details, can be found on our events calendar.
Milica Milic-Kolarevic is analyzing the damages and benefits of Serbia's new "The gift of gratitude" law, and what it could mean for Serbian oncology practices.
Jennifer Nicklay is working to use the data gathered from grower science to support grower relationships and advocate for system changes.
Yuming Fang is studying the role social media bots have in the amplification of anti vaccination conversations on social media platforms.
Watch Kona zoom around the backyard chasing squirrels and her beloved rubber chicken, affectionately named Greg.
Watch Goldy Gopher spin his head via zoom