The University of Chicago is a remarkable institution that is dedicated to the life of the mind and to professors pursuing their intellectual and scholarly goals. Since its inception, the university has been especially focused on the core academic values of scholarship and free inquiry. Propelled by rigorous debate and cross-disciplinary collaboration, faculty form an intellectual community that produces ideas that matter and enrich human life. Talented students, small seminars, and a multitude of workshops make this institution truly a scholar’s haven.

Luc Anselin
Allison Carnegie
Alice Goff
Jennifer Kubota
Sarah London
John MacAloon
Emily Talen
Ed Vogel