New Awardees Selected for ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowship
ACLS is happy to announce this year’s cohort of Collaborative Research Fellows. The collaborations receiving funding cover a broad range of themes, methods, and subjects, as well as a diverse range of geographical and historical areas.
The Collaborative Research Fellowship program is one of the newer opportunities offered by ACLS, created to foster and encourage small teams of two of three scholars working jointly in the humanities. By providing valuable time off (through salary replacement) and research funds (up to $20,000 for travel, materials, and research assistance), ACLS helps scholars work together intensively, leading to a tangible research product and further advancing the still-nascent status of humanistic collaboration in the academy.
Director of Fellowship Programs Nicole Stahlmann stated “this new cohort joins the previous two in establishing excellent examples of the range and value of collaborative research and inquiry in the humanities and further models how such collaboration may be carried out successfully.”
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