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      The journals of ACLS member societies are a resource for high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarship in the humanities. Read more.

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      ACLS and The Monuments Men
      Learn about ACLS's role in recovering and preserving stolen artwork in WWII. Read more

    • Public Fellows Launch

      ACLS Launches 2014 Public Fellows Competition
      Now in its fourth year, this career-building fellowship program demonstrates the wide applicability of the humanities Ph.D.
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    2014 ACLS Fellows Announced

    A total of 65 awards were made to faculty of all ranks and independent scholars in ACLS's central fellowships program. Read more.

    ACLS Awards First Fellowship Supported by Munro Fund for Chinese Thought

    Teemu H. Ruskola, professor of law at Emory University, is the first ACLS Fellow to be supported in part by the Munro Fund for Chinese Thought. Read more.

    Wendy Doniger Named 2015 Haskins Prize Lecturer

    wendyDoniger_tnThe lecture on "A Life of Learning " will take place at the 2015 ACLS Annual Meeting. Read more. The 2014 Haskins Prize Lecturer is Bruno Nettl

    2014 Charles A. Ryskamp and Frederick Burkhardt Fellows Announced

    The two programs support scholars who are embarking on ambitious, large-scale research projects at critical stages in their academic careers. Read more.

    Seven Scholars Awarded 2014 ACLS Digital Innovation Fellowships

    Research projects will probe massive collections of data in novel ways, resuscitate and preserve marginalized primary sources, and pioneer new forms of multimedia scholarly publication. Read more.

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    Upcoming Events

    2014 ACLS Annual Meeting
    May 8-10
    Philadelphia, PA
    Haskins Prize Lecture: Bruno Nettl
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    2014 CAO Spring Meeting
    May 10
    Philadelphia, PA

    2014 CAO Fall Meeting
    October 30-November 2
    Honolulu, Hawaii

    In Our Media Collection

    "A Life of Learning: Wandering Among Fields" by Robert Alter. The 2013 Charles Homer Haskins Prize Lecture.

    "MOOCs, the Humanities, and Learned Societies"

    "Emerging Themes and Methods of Humanities Research: Discussion with ACLS Fellows" 
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