16 Press authors elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
The American Academy of Arts and Sciences has elected 16 Press authors as part of its 2020 class.
The more than 250 new members join the company of Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Maria Mitchell, Robert Frost, Martha Graham, Margaret Mead, Milton Friedman, and Martin Luther King, Jr. in the Academy.
The American Academy of Arts & Sciences was founded in 1780 by John Adams, John Hancock, and others who believed the United States should honor exceptionally accomplished individuals and engage them in advancing the public good.
You can find a full list of Press authors elected to the Academy below.
Biman Bagchi , author of Water in Biological and Chemical Processes
Andrew Gelman, co-editor of A Quantitative Tour of the Social Sciences
Philip W. Phillips, author of Advanced Solid State Physics
Martin Zanni, co-author of Concepts and Methods of 2D Infrared Spectroscopy
Sandrine Bony, co-editor of Clouds and Climate
Shun-ichiro Karato, author of Deformation of Earth Materials
Arogyaswami J. Paulraj, author of Introduction to Space-Time Wireless Communications
Alexander A. Razborov, co-editor of Logic Colloquium 2000
Hanna Kokko, author of Modelling for Field Biologists and Other Interesting People
Agustin Fuentes, author of Primates Face to Face
Clark Spencer Larsen, author of Bioarchaeology
Miranda Fricker, co-editor of The Cambridge Companion to Feminism in Philosophy
Muhammad Qasim Zaman, author of Modern Islamic Thought in a Radical Age
Mary Carruthers, author of The Book of Memory
Maud Ellmann, author of The Nets of Modernism
Wendy Sandler, author of Sign Language and Linguistic Universals