Non-resident Long-term Fellows

The Collegium maintains a long-term commitment in three broad areas where it aims to contribute
to long-term scholarly developments. In these efforts, the Collegium benefits from the contributions
of five Non-resident Long-term Fellows. They also serve in an advisory role in the assessment of
candidates to the Collegium’s different fellowship programmes. Moreover, Long-term Fellows
participate in the meetings of the Academic Senate and act as mentors to the Pro Futura Scientia
Programme’s early-career scholars.

Linda Colley
Non-resident Long-term Fellow for Programmes in Early Modern and Modern History, SCAS.
Shelby M.C. Davis 1958 Professor of History, Princeton University

Peter Gärdenfors
Non-resident Long-term Fellow for Programmes in the Cognitive and Biological Sciences, SCAS
Senior Professor of Cognitive Science, Lund University.

Hans Joas
Non-resident Long-term Fellow for Programmes in Theoretical and Historical Social Science
and Religious Studies, SCAS
Ernst Troeltsch Professor, Faculty of Theology, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
Professor of Sociology and Social Thought, University of Chicago

Michael J. Puett
Non-resident Long-term Fellow for Programmes in Anthropological and Historical Sciences
and the Languages and Civilizations of East Asia, SCAS. (in residence May-June 2019)
Walter C. Klein Professor of Chinese History, and Harvard College Professor, Harvard University

Wlodek Rabinowicz
Non-resident Long-term Fellow for Programmes in the Philosophical, Cultural and
Economic Sciences, SCAS.
Senior Professor of Practical Philosophy, Lund University.