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ACLS Names Second Cohort of Leading Edge Fellows

Luce Foundation-Funded Program Partners Early-Career Scholars of Ethics and Religion with Nonprofit Organizations for Year-Long Projects

ACLS Invites Proposals from Partners to Host 2021 Leading Edge Fellows

Program Partners Early Career Humanities Scholars of Vision with Organizations Advancing Social Justice and Equity in Society.

Upholding the Centrality of Humanistic Study in Higher Education

The recent news from the University of Vermont serves as an important reminder to double down on our commitment as a community.

ACLS Member Societies Speak to Wall Street Journal On Pauses in PhD Admissions

Member societies share their thoughts on the recent pauses in admissions for more than 140 humanities and social sciences programs. 

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Candid discourse exploring the history, current state, and solutions addressing humanities fields that remain mostly white and male. ​

Interrupting Privilege by Ralina L. Joseph F’19: Bringing Seattle’s Community Together for Intergenerational Anti-Racist Workshops

Through workshops led by Mellon/ACLS Scholars and Society Fellow Ralina Joseph F’19, Seattle’s community gather for anti-racist dialogue.

Erin Eife

Erin Eife
Freed Without Freedom: Surveillance and Citizenship for People on Pretrial Release