Linda K. Kerber to Deliver the 2020 Charles Homer Haskins Prize LectureWednesday, October 28, 2020 | 3 pm EDTVirtual Event: Advance Registration Required | Register Now

ACLS Shares 2020 Book Publications by Our Fellows

These publications represent a range of humanistic scholarship resulting from ACLS-funded research via our fellowship programs.

ACLS Opens Second Round of Leading Edge Fellowship Competition

ACLS will place 11 scholars of religion, theology, ethics, and related humanities fields with participating nonprofit organizations across the country.

Joy’s October 2020 Message to the Community

Humanistic scholarship an important if unsung piece of the engine of democratic sensibility.

Introducing African Humanities Voices

New video series chronicles African scholars engaged in the reinvigoration of the humanities across the continent.

Race and Racism Discussion Highlights

Passionate virtual panel explored obstacles and solutions toward a more inclusive academy.

Rachel Bloom-Pojar F'20 on Community-Engaged Scholarship in the Age of COVID-19

2020 Mellon/ACLS Scholars and Society Fellow shares her experience working with Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin.

Yuan Tian

Yuan Tian
Negotiating Extraterritoriality at the Southwestern Frontier: Grassroots Strategies and Colonial Knowledge in Late Qing China (1860 to 1911)

Bibliographical Society of America

Bibliographical Society of America
Founded: 1904
Admitted to ACLS: 1929