A Discussion on Race & Racism: A Virtual Event
Wednesday, September 30, 2020 | 4–5:30 pmDetails and RegistrationModerated by Joy Connolly, ACLS and Alondra Nelson, SSRC
Featuring Khalil Gibran Muhammad, Harvard Kennedy School, and Bianca Williams, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Joy Connolly on the Value of Academic Societies

In November 2019, ACLS President Joy Connolly shared a letter with the Chronicle of Higher Education on the importance of learned societies.

National Hispanic Heritage Month Resource List

ACLS asked its global community of fellows to share scholarly work being produced on Hispanic/Latino experiences and the diaspora.

Race and Racism Discussion Event

Join a discussion on Race and Racism moderated by ACLS President Joy Connolly and SSRC President Alondra Nelson with special guests.

Leading Edge Fellows

The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) has proudly named the 2020 Leading Edge Fellows.

Jovonne Bickerstaff Joins ACLS as Program Officer for Higher Education Initiatives

New Role Will Focus on Strengthening the Learned Societies and the Academy of the Future, Including Strategies to Improve Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Mellon-ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellows Reflect

Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion fellows reflect on their current work and their unique journeys as first-generation students.

Farren Yero

Farren Yero
Laboratories of Consent: Vaccine Science in the Spanish Atlantic World, 1779-1840

Rhetoric Society of America

Rhetoric Society of America
Founded: 1968
Admitted to ACLS: 2008