• Journals_40

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

    • Oral History Association

      ACLS welcomes the Oral History Association as its seventy-second member society. Read more.

    • Philadelphia

      The 2014 ACLS Annual Meeting, held in Philadelphia on May 8-10, featured presentations by ACLS fellows and the Haskins Prize Lecture by Bruno Nettl. Read more.

    • Ghent_Altarpiece

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

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    ACLS Announces the 2013-2014 Programs in China Studies Fellows and Grantees

    All combined, 31 fellowships and grants were awarded from over 190 applications. Read more.

    ACLS Names 20 Recent PhDs as Public Fellows

    Awardees to take up two-year fellowships in public policy, arts administration, and communications. Read more.

    ACLS Increases Award Amounts for 2014-15 Central Fellowship Competition

    The program will add five new fellowships for associate professors and raise the maximum stipend level to $70,000. Read more.

    The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Program in Buddhist Studies Announces the First Cohort of Awardees

    Twenty-three awards were made in four competitions–for dissertation fellowships, postdoctoral fellowships, collaborative research grants, and visiting professorships–to scholars from around the world in this inaugural year. Read more.

    2014 DCF Fellows Announced

    Sixty-four awards were made to graduate students for their final year of dissertation writing. Read more.

    ACLS Fellows among 2014 Class of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

    Founded in 1780, the Academy is one of the nation's oldest learned societies and a founding member of ACLS. Read more.

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