American Council Of Learned Societies

Since its founding in 1919, the American Council of Learned Societies has provided the humanities and related social sciences with leadership, opportunities for innovation, and national and international representation. The council’s many activities have at their core the practice of scholarly self-governance. Central to the American Council of Learned Societies throughout its history have been its programs of awarding fellowships and grants aiding research. All council awards are made through rigorous peer review by specially appointed committees of scholars from throughout the United States and, in some programs, abroad.

For more information: http://www.acls.org

Faculty Year
O. M. Brack
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
ACLS Fellowship Program
1979
Josef Brada
Barrett, The Honors College
ACLS Fellowship Program
1991
Monica Green
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
ACLS Fellowship Program
2009
Monica Green
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
1986
Richard Newhauser
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
ACLS Fellowship Program
1999
Ana Olenina
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
ACLS Fellowship Program
2016
Judith Sensibar
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
ACLS Fellowship Program
1988
Brooks Simpson
College of Letters and Sciences
ACLS Fellowship Program
1994
Theodore Solis
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
ACLS Fellowship Program
1994
Hoyt Tillman
Barrett, The Honors College
ACLS Fellowship Program
2003
Hoyt Tillman
Barrett, The Honors College
ACLS Fellowship Program
1989
Stephen H. West
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
ACLS Fellowship Program
2010
Stephen H. West
Barrett, The Honors College
ACLS Fellowship Program
1974