As the year wraps up, ACLS is pleased to share a select list of books released in 2023 by ACLS fellows. These publications, which represent just a sample of the distinguished works authored by past and current awardees, represent an incredible range of humanistic scholarship and fields, including an intellectual history of the Haitian revolution; the untold story of Julia Chin, the enslaved wife of US Vice President Richard Mentor Johnson; and a National Book Award-winning book of poetry about the culture of Guåhan (Guam) and the Indigenous Chamoru people.

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