HEB exhibits at CAA
ACLS Humanities E-Book (HEB), the online collection developed by scholars, will exhibit at the Book and Trade Fair that is part of the College Art Association’s 103rd Annual Conference at the Hilton Hotel in New York City on February 12-14.
ACLS Mourns Robert W. Fogel
We are saddened to learn of the passing of Robert W. Fogel, economic historian and 1996 Charles Homer Haskins Lecturer.
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.
On the Passing of Gerda Lerner
We are saddened to learn of the passing of Gerda Lerner, a pioneer in the field of women's history and the 2005 Charles Homer Haskins Lecturer.
Robert Alter Named 2013 Haskins Prize Lecturer
ACLS is pleased to anounce that Robert Alter, Class of 1937 Professor of Hebrew and Comparative Literature at the University of California at Berkeley, will deliver the Haskins Prize Lecture at the 2013 ACLS Annual Meeting in Baltimore, MD.
Joyce Appleby Named 2012 Haskins Prize Lecturer
Joyce Appleby, professor emerita of history at the University of California, Los Angeles, will deliver the 30th Charles Homer Haskins Prize Lecture at the 2012 ACLS Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA.
Nancy Siraisi Named 2010 Haskins Prize Lecturer
Nancy Siraisi, Distinguished Professor, Hunter College, City University of New York (retired), will deliver the Charles Homer Haskins Prize Lecture at the 2010 ACLS Annual Meeting in Philadelphia next May.
ACLS Mourns the Loss of John Hope Franklin
ACLS mourns the passing of John Hope Franklin, who died on March 25th. One of the most accomplished and widely read historians of the United States, Professor Franklin served on the ACLS Board and delivered the 1988 Haskins Prize Lecture.
2008 Haskins Prize Lecture Published
The ACLS is pleased to announce the publication of A Life Of Learning. The 2008 Charles Homer Haskins Prize Lecture by Theodor Meron.