ACLS serves as a vocal advocate for the humanities and interpretive social sciences, in part by contributing to vital conversations on the material and professional conditions for humanistic scholars and scholarship.

The growing challenges to academic freedom across the country demand that organizations like ACLS avoid party politics but boldly advocate on behalf of dialogue and the free exchange of ideas and against censorship. ACLS President Joy Connolly
ACLS Guidelines for Public Statements

ACLS has specific guidelines used in decisions around issuing public statements.

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