2016 Haskins Prize Lecturer Cynthia Enloe with Pauline Yu
In The Humanities Interviews, scholars reflect on the importance of the humanities and their own fields of research and teaching.
Thirty-one ACLS member societies develop lists of recommended titles for the HEB online collection.
ACLS is pleased to present videos of special series and annual meeting programming for on-demand viewing.
"In Conversation with Pauline Yu" allows for a freeform exchange between our president and a member of the humanities community. It takes place at the annual meeting.
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In "The Humanities Interviews," accomplished scholars reflect on the importance of the humanities and what led them to their particular field of research and teaching.
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In "Emerging Themes and Methods of Humanities Research," recent ACLS fellows present their research to annual meeting attendees.
Annual Meeting Sessions engage issues of broad interest to the scholarly community that ACLS represents.
Named for the first chairman of ACLS, the Charles Homer Haskins Prize Lecture Series has as its theme "A Life of Learning." It is delivered each year by a distinguished humanist chosen by the Executive Committee of the Delegates.
In her Report to the Council, President Yu speaks to ACLS's governing body and annual meeting attendees about the state of humanities scholarship and ACLS program initiatives.
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