Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences announces new fellows
Five Stanford faculty members are among the newly announced 2021-22 fellows at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS). They are:
- MICHAEL BERNSTEIN (computer science)
- LAUREN DAVENPORT (political science)
- ANNA GRZYMALA-BUSSE (political science)
- HAKEEM JEFFERSON (political science)
- AMALIA KESSLER (law)
The 2021-22 fellows class is composed of 38 scholars representing 19 U.S. institutions and nine international institutions and programs.
They will conduct research in fields in the social and behavioral sciences and cognate disciplines: anthropology, applied behavioral science, communication, computer science and engineering, cultural studies, economics, education, history, information science, law, philosophy, political science, psychology, public affairs, public policy and urban studies, science writing and sociology.
The class also embodies the full range of diversity – age, ethnicity, gender and race – that has been a CASBS signature feature for many years, but especially under the directorship of MARGARET LEVI, which began in 2014.
Though uncertainties related to the COVID pandemic persist, the center expects that most, if not all, aspects of the 2021-22 fellowship program – including its residential aspects – will proceed.
Read the full article and list of fellows on the CASBS website.