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Interdivisional Programs

The University of Chicago has a distinctive and distinguished tradition of interdisciplinary research and teaching. Faculty and students with interests that span departmental lines are readily able to find colleagues throughout the University. The many interdivisional programs that flourish at the University vary widely in purpose and organization. Some are formal, degree granting committees, some are area studies centers, some are comparatively informal groupings of faculty and advanced students who share an interest in some method, approach, or subject area.

The Council on Advanced Studies in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Divinity School

Sian Beilock, Vice Provost for Academic Initiatives

Members

  • Daniel Arnold
  • Shadi Bartsch-Zimmer
  • Robert Bird
  • Mark Philip Bradley
  • Andreas Glaeser
  • John Kelly
  • Katherine Kinzler
  • Jonathan Lear
  • Jill Mateo
  • John McCormick
  • Eric Santner
  • Judith Zeitlin

Ex Officio Members

  • Richard A. Rosengarten, Dean of the Divinity School
  • Anne Walters Robertson, Interim Dean of the Division of Humanities
  • David Nirenberg, Dean of the Division of Social Sciences

Administrative Director

Julianne Gorny

THE COUNCIL ON ADVANCED STUDIES

Judd Hall 443/444

5835 South Kimbark Avenue

Chicago, IL 60637

(773) 702-8540

cas@uchicago.edu  

http://cas.uchicago.edu