ACLS Community in the News: September 2023
- Javier Auyero F’08 is interviewed in Spanish about his latest book and his research in Argentina’s La Nación.
- The American Musicological Society, an ACLS member society, has been awarded a $337,000 public humanities grant by the National Endowment for the Humanities for a two-year humanities discussion program exploring the history and evolution of American music.
- Gaymon Bennett G’20 has been appointed the new director of the Arizona State University Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics.
- Max Chaoulideer F’22, Leading Edge Fellow at Project Equity, co-authored a new report on employee ownership in the manufacturing industry.
- Ariela Gross F’17, F’03 joined the University of California School of Law as a distinguished professor of law.
- The Brookings Institution named Ryan Hass, member of the Luce/ACLS Program in China Studies Steering Committee, director of the John L. Thornton China Center.
- The American Political Science Association awarded Ke Li F’18 the 2023 Victoria Schuck Award for the best book published on women and politics for Marriage Unbound: State Law, Power, and Inequality in Contemporary China.
- In The Conversation, Vasudha Narayanan F’05 writes about J. Robert Oppenheimer’s use of Sanskrit verses and its representation in the new film.
- Tara Nummedal has been appointed Faculty Director of the Center for Digital Scholarship at Brown University.
- Sara Partridge F’21, past Leading Edge Fellow with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, published a new Center for American Progress report on the 2023 Farm Bill, land-grant university funding, and unequal access to these funds by HBCUs and tribal colleges.