Harper-Schmidt Fellows at the University of Chicago teach in the College's core courses in Humanities, Social Sciences, and Western Civilization. These Junior Fellows receive four year appointments as Collegiate Assistant Professors. The Society also includes a number of regular faculty who have received three year appointments as Senior Fellows

Andrew Junker
Collegiate Assistant Professor
Interests: Religion, Political Sociology, Social Movements, Culture, China and Japan
Undergraduate Teaching: Self, Culture, and Society
Office: Gates-Blake 327
Email: ajunker@uchicago.edu
Homepage: http://chicago.academia.edu/AndrewJunker

Stefan Klusemann 
Collegiate Assistant Professor in the Social Sciences 
Interests: Historical Sociology of Political, Cultural, and Economic Change, Violence, Dynamics of Conflict, Revolutions, Paramilitaries, Sociological Theory
Undergraduate Teaching: Power, Identity, and Resistance
Office: Gates-Blake 322
Email: klusemann@uchicago.edu

Liping Wang
Collegiate Assistant Professor and Junior Fellow of the Society of Fellows
Interests: Political Sociology; Social Theory; Comparative Historical Sociology; Ethnic Studies; Sociology of Knowledge and Culture; Modern and Contemporary China
Undergraduate Teaching: Power, Identity, and Resistance
Office: Gates-Blake 407
Email: lipingw@uchicago.edu
Homepage: https://societyoffellows.uchicago.edu/directory/liping-wang

Elizabeth Williamson
Collegiate Assistant Professor
Interests: Emotions, Collective Behavior and Social Movements, Religion, the Body and Embodiment, Research Methods, Theory, Social Psychology, Organizations, and Culture
Undergraduate Teaching: Social Science Inquiry
Office: Gates-Blake 404
Email: williamsone@uchicago.edu