The Scholars-in-Residence program brings to UW-Madison’s campus renowned thinkers whose cross-disciplinary work is in the vanguard of the humanities. During their time on campus, Scholars-in-Residence give public lectures, meet with faculty and students, participate in colloquia, and teach graduate seminars. These visits promise to intensify and internationalize intellectual life—on campus and in Madison.

The support of the Distinguished International Visitors Fund, the A. W. Mellon Foundation, and the Jay C. and Ruth Halls Visiting Scholar Fund make the Scholars-in-Residence program possible.