• PY_with_logo

    See the collection of talks by ACLS President Pauline Yu. 

  • Bulletin

    The first ACLS Bulletin appeared in October 1920, one year after the organization's founding.

  • darwin

    The Darwin Correspondence Project was founded by the late Frederick H. Burkhardt, president emeritus of ACLS. 

ACLS Associate Members

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There are three types of membership in the American Council of Learned Societies: Constituent Learned Society, Associate (see below), and Affiliate. All are restricted to organizations.

Associates are colleges, universities, research libraries, and other scholarly institutions that signal their commitment to the work of the ACLS through annual financial contributions. Associates are invited to send representatives to annual meetings and receive copies of all major ACLS publications. Membership fees are $7,750 for institutions that grant PhDs in the humanities and social sciences, $3,230 for institutions that grant MAs, and $1,970 for BA-granting institutions, and $950 for all other institutions. 

There are currently over 200 Associate members. Thirty-six Associates have joined the Research University Consortium, committing additional financial support to ACLS.

ACLS welcomes new Associates at any time throughout the year.

ACLS Associate Members
Downloadindicates a member of the Research University Consortium

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ACLS Associate Membership

If your organization is interested in becoming an associate member of ACLS, please contact Sandra Bradley.

 

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