ACLS is pleased to share a select list of books published in the first half of 2024 by ACLS fellows and grantees, many of which developed from ACLS-supported research. These publications represent just a sample of the distinguished works authored by past and current awardees. They reflect a wide array of topics, from the multidimensional relationship between Indigenous communities in Alaska and the US military during the Pacific War to a collaborative project on excavated documents that reveal the history of third-century South China.

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Nichole Nelson F’20

Nichole Nelson, 2020 Mellon/ACLS Public Fellow, explains how her PhD in history and fellowship experience helped her build a career in housing justice.

Frederick M. Ranallo-Higgins F’22

Frederick M. Ranallo-Higgins F’22 shares his experience working as a Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Buddhism Public Scholar and Associate Editor at Tricycle: The Buddhist Review.

Jue Liang F’23, F’19, G’16

Jue Liang F’23, F’19, G’16 researches gender and Tibet Buddhism as a fellow of the Luce/ACLS Program in China Studies and The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Program in Buddhist Studies.

Kay Sohini F’21

Kay Sohini, 2021 Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellow, discusses the process of creating her graphic dissertation and the importance of nontraditional approaches to scholarship.