- Victoria Camps, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
- Masahiro Hamashita, Kobe College
- John Heintz, The University of Calgary
- Stella Hughes, Radio France Internationale
- Zdzisław Krasnodębski, University of Bremen
- Donald McDonald, Australian Opera
- Martha Nussbaum, Brown University
- His Excellency Hon. Mr Justice R.S. Pathak, former Chief Justice of India
- The Reverend Sir John Polkinghorne, Queen’s College Cambridge
- Alan Rauch, Georgia Institute of Technology
- The Right Reverend Sir Paul Reeves, former Governor General of New Zealand
- The Reverend J. Deotis Roberts, Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary
- E. Jane Ryder, private scholar, Edinburgh
- Epifiano San Juan, University of Connecticut
- Maxim Stamenov, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
- Oleg Suša, Institute of Philosophy Prague
- Arthur Williamson, California State University, Sacramento
- Robert F. Yeager, University of North Carolina at Asheville
- The theme for 1993 and 1994 is Costing Values. Seminars in Edinburgh, Japan, China, India, Malta, Canada and the USA tackle questions such as: what values should be upheld in our communities? What resources are needed to implement them? What sacrifices must be made in order to pursue such priorities?
- Distinguished Visiting Professors include Right Reverend Sir Paul Reeves, former Primate of New Zealand and Governor General of New Zealand, and His Excellency Hon. Mr Justice R.S. Pathak, former Chief Justice of India and Judge at the International Court of Justice.
- The one-day seminar Indigenous Peoples and Ethnic Minorities is held in May, featuring papers from Sir John Thomson, the Indian High Commissioner, the Ambassador of Romania and the Bishop of Galloway. The event is chaired by Sir Mark Russell and the Most Rev. Richard Holloway.
- The Valletta meeting of the Costing Values project, titled Family Values in the Mediterranean, is chaired by the Hon. E. Fenech Adami, Prime Minister of Malta. Speakers from Israel, Egypt, Tunisia and Greece are joined by the Maltese Minister for Education, Hon. Dr Ugo Mifsud Bonnici.
- In October, IASH partners with the Faculty of Divinity to host a bicentennial conference on William Robertson.
- In November, the Institute hosts Funding the Arts, a seminar led by Donald McDonald, and Human Rights, with papers from Judge Stephen M. Schwebel and H.E. Hon. Mr Justice R.S. Pathak.
- At an audience with HRH The Duke of Edinburgh in Buckingham Palace, the Scots at War project is approved.
- Presentations by Sir Ninian Stephen, Rt. Rev. Sir Paul Reeves and Professor Peter Jones are published as Occasional Papers.
- The Mellon Foundation awards nine Fellowships to IASH, to be awarded to scholars from Eastern Europe between 1995 and 1997.
- The Charles Wallace India Trust awards the first of their Fellowships, to be taken up by Indian scholars from 1995 onwards.
Donald McDonald: “I regard my period there as a Fellow in 1993 as one of the great gifts to my adult life and remain indebted to the Institute for that period of study, reflection and learning.”
H.E. Hon. Mr. Justice R.S. Pathak: “I count it a privilege and a great pleasure to have been invited to work at the Institute. I believe that it plays a significant role in bringing intellectuals from all parts of the globe together, in promoting the basic ethos of the concept of One World and in weaving a valuable network of its values.”
Masahiro Hamashita: “The Institute has been and still is one of the most admirable academic places for developing the possibility of the humanities.”
Donald McDonald: “My experience as a Fellow of the Institute was quite simply one of the most enjoyable times of my life; more particularly I found it to be most beneficial in helping me to a mature, reflective evaluation of my career and of the professional discipline within which I have pursued it.”
WORK IN PROGRESS SEMINARS BY FELLOWS OF THE INSTITUTE:
Professor Victoria Camps, “The Fading Away of an Educated Public”
Professor John Heintz, “Duchamp’s Second Failure: Can a Joke be a Work of Art?”
H.E. Mr Justice R.S. Pathak, “Amendment of the Indian Constitution”
The Right Reverend Sir Paul Reeves, “Some Central Issues”; “Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights”
Rev. Dr J. Deotis Roberts, “Natural Evil and Human Agency”
Professor David Stafford, “The Best of Friends?: British-American Intelligence Links in the 20th Century”
Dr Maxim Stamenov, “What Makes Dialogue Start, and Go On, and On, and On?”
Dr Oleg Susa, “Environmental Ethics, Social Context, Relationship”
Professor Arthur Williamson, “Scots, Jews & Indians: The British Imperial Impulse & The Discourse of Cultural Difference”
Professor Robert F. Yeager, “Medieval Manuscripts and Modern Literary Thought”