The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study announced the 51 women and men — from across the University and around the world — who will be convening as next year’s Radcliffe Institute Fellows. A fellowship program is the defining feature of an institute for advanced study. Fellows are accomplished individuals in an array of fields who pursue independent projects within a rich, multidisciplinary environment. Radcliffe Institute Dean Lizabeth Cohen, herself a former fellow at the institute, spoke about the incoming group: “These extremely talented individuals will arrive at different stages of their work, but whether they start exploring big new ideas or whether they complete ambitious projects, we expect that all will enjoy a year of profound growth and great productivity.” After a highly competitive, two-tier peer review process, only 5 percent of applicants were accepted to create a diverse incoming class that ranges from A to V: from anthropologists, chemical engineers, linguists, literature professors,...
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