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American Philosophical Society
Each year, the Library & Museum at the American Philosophical Society hosts a rich intellectual community of scholars working on a wide-range of projects in...
Anabelle Rodríguez
Header image: The site core at Xunantunich: Looking south towards El Castillo (Structure A-6) from the summit of Structure A-11. Xunantunich is the oldest archaeological...
Dynette Chavez
Upon arrival at the APS for my summer internship I was unsure of what I wanted to research because I knew there would be multiple...
Nancy Mendoza-Ruiz
I came to the American Philosophical Society (APS) with no prior experience with archival research and was excited to have the opportunity to work with...
Tierrany Keahna
When I arrived at the American Philosophical Society (APS) I was unsure of what exactly I would be researching. As a member of the Sac...
American Philosophical Society
Pictured: 2021 NASI Interns Tieranny Keahna, Dynette Chavez, and Nancy Mendoza-Ruiz with NASI Program Director Tiffanie Hardbarger Philadelphia [July 14, 2021]—The American Philosophical Society in...
Paul Sutherland
Archival collections are constantly reframed by individuals interacting with them and oversights brought about by incomplete understandings can alter their use for years at a...
Brian Carpenter
The American Philosophical Society (APS) is pleased to announce a new $200,000 grant it has received from the National Science Foundation’s Dynamic Language Infrastructure program...