SCAS News - 14 January, 2020

Alisse Waterston Appointed New Non-resident Long-term Fellow

The Swedish Collegium is delighted to announce the name of its new Non-resident Long-term
Fellow, Professor Alisse Waterston.

Alisse Waterston is Presidential Scholar and Professor of Anthropology at the John Jay College
of Criminal Justice at the City University of New York and will act as 'Non-resident Long-term
Fellow for Programmes in Transnational Processes, Structural Violence, and Inequality' at the
Collegium. Waterston took office on 1 January 2020.

Alisse Waterston joins Professors Bruce G. Carruthers, Linda Colley, Marianne Gullberg and
Michael J. Puett as a SCAS Long-term Fellow.

The Collegium maintains a long-term commitment in several broad areas where it aims to contribute
to long-term scholarly developments. In these efforts, the Collegium benefits from the contributions
of its 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.

Read more about the Non-resident Long-term Fellows >>