Alexander von Humboldt International Research Award

September 29, 2017

Political Science Professor Ran Hirschl has won a coveted Alexander von Humboldt International Research Award (3.5 million Euros for a five-year term), Germany’s most generous research prize. It is aimed at attracting top scholars in all disciplines to conduct research in Germany. The selection committee describes Hirschl as ‘one of the world’s leading scholars of comparative constitutionalism’. This year’s four other winners come from the University of Chicago, Cornell, Harvard and Tsinghua University (China). Pictured above: Ran Hirschl receives the AvH Award from Johanna Wanka (left), the German Federal Minister for Education and Research.

A video detailing Professor Hirschl’s Alexander von Humboldt Professorship is available here.