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 four 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.

Peter Gärdenfors
Non-resident Long-term Fellow for Programmes in the Cultural, Cognitive and
Biological Sciences, SCAS
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.
Walter C. Klein Professor of Chinese History, and Harvard College Professor,
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

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