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The American Council of Learned Societies is pleased to present "How Do We Get There?: Accelerating Diversity in Slow to Change Humanities Fields," on Thursday, December 17, 2020, at 4-5:30 PM EST

This virtual roundtable discussion will offer a candid discourse exploring the history, current state, and solutions addressing humanities fields that remain largely homogeneous.

This roundtable will be recorded and posted on the ACLS website.

Register Now For This Live Virtual Event

Sharing their experiences and perspectives in this discussion will be:

  • Anita L. Allen, Henry R. Silverman Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania Law School
  • Philip Ewell, Associate Professor of Music Theory, Hunter College of the City University of New York
  • Cord Whitaker, Associate Professor of English, Wellesley College

The discussion will be moderated by Pauline Saliga, Executive Director of the Society of Architectural Historians, who is leading the SAH Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Accountability, and Sustainability (IDEAS) Initiative, which supports diverse voices for discussion, debate, publication, programming, and sharing of cutting-edge scholarship about underrepresented groups and the history of the built environment. 

Formed in 1919, the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) is a nonprofit federation of 75 scholarly organizations.  As the preeminent representative of American scholarship in the humanities and related social sciences, ACLS holds a core belief that knowledge is a public good. As such, ACLS strives to promote the circulation of humanistic knowledge throughout society. In addition to stewarding and representing its member organizations, ACLS employs its $140 million endowment and $35 million annual operating budget to support scholarship in the humanities and social sciences and to advocate for the centrality of the humanities in the modern world.
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