ASLE offers scholars and researchers a vibrant international community with members working across the humanities and arts, representing a variety of fields and interests. Our members engage in their local, regional, and international communities through the public humanities as well, in collaboration with individuals and institutions through programming and outreach. The work of our members is disseminated widely in books, academic journals and periodicals, in both print and digital formats.
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No scholarly society has played a more important role than ASLE in inspiring, shaping, and promoting my research. – Kevin Hutchings, Professor of English and Canada Research Chair in Literature, Culture, and Environmental Studies, University of Northern British Columbia