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The ACLS has announced the 2018 class of scholars for its African Humanities Program, now in its 10th year. Among the recipients are five historians, each of whom will be offered a two- to four-month-long residency at one of seven AHP residential centers on the continent, while they pursue their research. “Fellows taking up residencies will benefit from interaction with new academic communities and with library and other research resources at residential sites,” noted Andrzej Tymowski, director of ACLS International Programs.