ACLS Celebrates Recent Book Releases by Fellows and Grantees
Published: June 7, 2022
ACLS is pleased to share a select list of books published in the first half of 2022 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 fellows. They reflect a wide array of topics, from Cold War–era suburbanization in the US Pacific to the history and political impact of the LGBTQ+ community in Nicaragua.
Transformative Black Feminism(s) Initiative by Treva Lindsey F’20
For Treva Lindsey F’20, tackling inequalities facing Black women, girls, and femmes continues to be crucial particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic as systemic disparities are revealed or increased. In 2020, Lindsey was awarded the Mellon/ACLS Scholars and Society Fellowship for her project, Transformative Black Feminism(s) Initiative, to partner with Zora’s House, a woman of color-centered co-working and community space and explore these issues.