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President Yu's message to ACLS constituents concerning the president's proposed budget:
Dear friends and colleagues,
The Constitution states that a purpose of government is to “promote the general welfare.” Our capacity to understand our country and our world is critical to that goal. This week, the Trump Administration issued a budget request for the coming fiscal year that undermines that capacity. . . .
ASEEES-MAG Convention in Lviv
The Association of Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) is a member society of the American Council of Learned Societies; MAG (International Association for the Humanities) was established by advisers as an outgrowth of the ACLS-administered Humanities Program in Belarus, Russia and Ukraine (1998-2010).
Symposium on “Buddhist Studies Today”
The symposium, supported by The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation and organized by ACLS, took place at the University
of British Columbia, June 7–9, 2015.
African Humanities Program Fellows Visit US
The three have been named African Studies Association Presidential Fellows, an honor bestowed upon them in recognition of their contributions to the humanities in Africa
ACLS Annual Report for 2011-2012 Released
The report features a message from President Yu and highlights of the year's activities, along with a complete listing of 2012 fellows and grantees and their research projects.
ACLS Announces Public Fellows Program
In 2011 the program will place eight recent Ph.D.s in two-year staff positions at partnering agencies in government and the non-profit sector.
ACLS African Humanities Program Announces First Fellows
The American Council of Learned Societies announces 35 fellowship awards to African scholars in the first year of its African Humanities Program (AHP), a multi-year initiative of annual, international competitions funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York.
2009-10 Competition Deadlines
Deadlines for the 2009 10 fellowship and grant competitions are now available. Awarding peer reviewed fellowships to individuals and, on occasion, grants to groups and institutions is at the core of ACLS activity. The intensive peer review process is