From fantasies of biopolitics to histories of immunity, from theories of language learning to Chinese poetry, School faculty research and publish on the central issues humanity faces—and delve into historical, linguistic, literary-cultural, philosophical, and philological answers to historical and current questions.
In the classroom, libraries, archives, and laboratories, award-winning faculty pursue this research, publish it, and connect it to their teaching. We provide numerous opportunities for undergraduate students to join us in the research enterprise.
Our graduate programs are a home for those pursuing academic and other careers, all of whom receive excellent training and experience in research and teaching.
See the sites of our thirteen departments and programs for much more information about our interdisciplinary, intercultural expertise, our recent publications and current research work, and what we can offer you.