SCAS News - 6 May, 2021 (Updated: 10 June, 2021)

The Swedish Collegium Announces the Fellows of the Academic Year 2021-22

Today, the Swedish Collegium is pleased to present the Fellows who will be in residence during
the academic year 2021-22. The Fellows are:

Jessica Abbott, Lund University
Mikael S Adolphson, University of Cambridge
Bruce G. Carruthers, Northwestern University**
Pim Edelaar, Pablo de Olavide University, Seville
Aaron Ellison, Harvard University
Yaffa Epstein, Uppsala University*
Gioia Filocamo, Istituto superiore di Studi musicali di Terni, and University of Parma
Michael Goodhart, University of Pittsburgh
Robin Holt, Copenhagen Business School, and Nottingham Business School
Margaret R. Hunt, Uppsala University
Magnus Ivarsson, The Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm
Adam Kirrander, University of Edinburgh
Kah-Wee Lee, National University of Singapore
Sofia Lodén, Stockholm University*
Aryo Makko , Stockholm University*
Afshin Mehrpouya, HEC Paris***
Ivan Miroshnikov, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, and University of Helsinki*
Jeremy Ravi Mumford, Brown University
Rashna Darius Nicholson, University of Hong Kong
Susan Pedersen, Columbia University
Mia Phillipson, Uppsala University, and SciLifeLab
Frank Pieke, Leiden University
Maxime Polleri, McGill University, and Stanford University
Francesca Rosignoli, Stockholm University, and Eurac Research
Valentyna Savchyn, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv
Anja Schüppert, University of Groningen
Cris Shore, Goldsmiths University of London
Patrik Svensson
Fanny Wonu Veys, Dutch National Museum of World Cultures
Alisse Waterston, the City University of New York**
Michael J. Watts, University of California, Berkeley
Linda Wedlin, Uppsala University***

* Pro Futura Scientia Fellow
**Non-resident Long-term Fellow
*** Short-term Visitor

Further information about all Fellows will be available during the summer of 2021.
Some Fellows will be in residence during the entire academic year, whereas others will be
at the Collegium either during the autumn or the spring semester.

Please note that this list above is subject to change.