ACLS Shares Books Published by Fellow and Grantees
The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) is pleased to share recent book publications by our fellows and grantees, including fiction and nonfiction on topics including the history of global economic governance, an interrogation of stand-up comedy practice in Nigeria as performance, and cutting-edge research in learning science and pedagogy.
- The Displacements by Bruce Holsinger F’04 (Penguin Random House)
- Eclecticism in Late Medieval Visual Culture at the Crossroads of the Latin, Greek, and Slavic Traditions edited by Alice Isabella Sullivan F’19 and Maria Alessia Rossi (De Gruyter)
- The Meddlers: Sovereignty, Empire, and the Birth of Global Economic Governance by Jamie Martin F’15 (Harvard University Press)
- The Moving City: Scenes from the Delhi Metro and the Social Life of Infrastructure by Rashmi Sadana F’19 (University of California Press)
- The New College Classroom by Cathy N. Davidson F’95, G’86 and Christina Katopodis (Harvard University Press)
The novel’s laser focus is on our present moment, and reading ‘The Displacements’ is like bingeing a monthslong news cycle in six hours…a thorough translation to fiction of what it can feel like to live right now. New York Times review of The Displacements by Bruce Holsinger F’04
Read the review.
- The Sound of Salvation: Voice, Gender, and the Sufi Mediascape in China by Guangtian Ha F’22
- The Streets Belong to Us: Sex, Race, and Police Power from Segregation to Gentrification by Anne Gray Fischer F’17 (University of North Carolina Press)
- Terror Capitalism: Uyghur Dispossession and Masculinity in a Chinese City by Darren Byler F’21, G’14 (Duke University Press)
- When Women Ruled the World: Making the Renaissance in Europe by Maureen Quilligan F’87 (Liveright)
- Yabbing and Wording: The artistry of Nigerian stand-up comedy by Izuu Nwankwọ F’14, F’11