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    ACLS Fellow Candacy Taylor presented her research on "The Negro Motorist Green Book" at the 2017 ACLS Annual Meeting 

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ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowships

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The ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowship Program provides support to small teams of two or more scholars to collaborate intensively on a single, substantive project, which leads to a tangible research product (such as joint print or web publications) for which the collaborators will take equal credit. It is hoped that projects of successful applicants will help demonstrate the range and value of collaborative research in the humanities and related social sciences, and model how such collaboration may be carried out successfully.  

2016-2017 marked the ninth year of the ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowship Program, generously funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Please note: affiliations shown are as of time of award. Please click on fellows' names for current information.

Chang’an 26 BCE, from Dreams to Drains   | Abstract
Michael Nylan
Michael Nylan

Professor, History, University of California, Berkeley

Griet Vankeerberghen
Griet Vankeerberghen

Associate Professor, History and East Asian Studies, McGill University

Discovering Empire: France and the Atlantic World from the Age of Columbus to the Rise of Napoleon   | Abstract
Brett Rushforth
Brett Rushforth

Assistant Professor, History, College of William & Mary

Christopher G. Hodson
Christopher G. Hodson

Assistant Professor, History, Brigham Young University

Emergent Spacetime in Quantum Theories of Gravity   | Abstract
Nick Huggett
Nick Huggett

Professor, Philosophy, University of Illinois at Chicago

Christian Wüthrich
Christian Wüthrich

Assistant Professor, Philosophy, University of California, San Diego

Micro-Histories and Nano-Futures: The Co-Production of Miniaturization and Futurism   | Abstract
Cyrus C.M. Mody
Cyrus C.M. Mody

Assistant Professor, History, Rice University

W. Patrick McCray
W. Patrick McCray

Professor, History, University of California, Santa Barbara

Mara Mills
Mara Mills

Assistant Professor, English, University of California, Santa Barbara

The Soviet Home Front: Work, Life, and Loyalty during World War II   | Abstract
Wendy Z. Goldman
Wendy Z. Goldman

Professor, History, Carnegie Mellon University

Donald A. Filtzer
Donald A. Filtzer

Professor, School of Humanities & Social Sciences, University of East London

Unsettling the State: A Collaborative Ethnography of Ambiguity and Experimentation in Regional Government in Peru   | Abstract
Deborah A. Poole
Deborah A. Poole

Professor, Anthropology, Johns Hopkins University

Penelope M. Harvey
Penelope M. Harvey

Professor, Social Anthropology, University of Manchester, UK