American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) “Emerging Voices” Postdoctoral Fellows

The ACLS “Emerging Voices” Postdoctoral Fellows are early career scholars whose voices, perspectives, and broad visions strengthen institutions of higher education and humanistic disciplines.

Meet Our Fellows

Dr. David Pickel

David Pickel (ACLS Fellow 2022-2023, 2023-2024)

Dr. Pickel is a researcher, educator, and scholar in the fields of archaeology, environmental science, and the classical world. In addition to his research, in the spring of 2022, Dr. Pickel taught a course entitled The Environmental History of Rome.

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Cinthya Ammerman (ACLS Fellow 2021-2022)

Dr. Ammerman’s work centers on hemispheric relationality, emphasizing the interconnectedness of the American landscape to contest the imagined geopolitical boundaries of settler nation-states.

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Ayten Tartici (ACLS Fellow 2020-2021)

Dr. Tartici wanted to use the course as a tool to study how the narratives of immigrants form a core feature of the American literary and cultural landscape and have given rise to new forms of experimental writing.

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