Emily Chamlee-Wright

Dr. Chamlee-Wright joined IHS in November 2016 with an accomplished record as an academic leader, scholar, and educator. From 2012 to 2016 she served as provost and dean at Washington College and was previously the Elbert H. Neese Professor of Economics and associate dean at Beloit College. Emily earned her PhD in economics from George Mason University and has published six books. She is a former W.K. Kellogg National Leadership Fellow and received the excellence in teaching award from Beloit College, a Distinguished Alumna Award from George Mason University, and the 2014 Charles G. Koch Outstanding IHS Alum Award.

Blog Posts By Emily Chamlee-Wright

Just Published: “The Value and Limits of Academic Speech”

… The Institute for Humane Studies is excited to announce the release of a new collection of essays titled, The Value and Limits of Academic Speech. Edited by Donald Downs and Christopher Surprenant, the volume features a diverse lineup of respected political scientists, philosophers, sociologists and more, who explore historical, cultural, legal, and normative facets of campus speech …