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July 2019 Arrivals at Kluge

The Kluge Center welcomed several new scholars into residence in July. Kate Grady, an Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Fellow, arrived from the SOAS University of London to work on her project, “Reappraising the Oil-For-Food Scandal.” She will look at materials used in and generated by the US Congress and Government Accountability Office investigations […]

June 2019 Arrivals at Kluge

The Kluge Center welcomed several new fellows into residence for the summer months. Thomas Bishop, an Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Fellow, arrived from the University of Lincoln to work on his research project, “‘Not in my Backyard’: Community Activism and the Decline of Nuclear Power in the American South, 1979-1989.” While at the […]

May 2019 Arrivals at Kluge

May 2019 is here, and along with the warmer weather, the Kluge Center has welcomed five new fellows into residence. Here are a few of the projects that they will be working on: Cydonie Banting, an Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Fellow, arrived from King’s College London. During her residency, Cydonie will conduct research […]

The Kluge Fellowship: Applications are Open and the Criteria Have Changed

Applications are now open for Kluge Fellowships at the John W. Kluge Center. Fellowships are open to scholars in the humanities and social sciences, with special consideration given to those whose projects demonstrate relevance to the challenges facing democracies in the 21st century. The application deadline is July 15, 2019, and you can apply online […]

April 2019 Kluge Arrivals

Spring has arrived, and with the Cherry Blossoms at their peak, the Kluge Center has welcomed three new scholars into residence in April 2019. Here are the projects they will be working on: Rebecca Iszatt, our first incoming Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Fellow, arrived from the University of Leeds. During her residency, Rebecca […]

How to Think About Data: A Conversation with Christine Borgman

Members of the Scholars Council are appointed by the Librarian of Congress to advise on matters related to scholarship at the Library, with special attention to the Kluge Center and the Kluge Prize. The Council includes scholars, writers, researchers, and scientists. “Insights” is featuring some of the work of this group of thinkers. Dan Turello […]

February 2019 Arrivals at Kluge

February 2019 is here, and the State of the Kluge Center is strong. This month, in addition to 16 interns, the Kluge Center welcomed several new scholars into residence. Here are the projects they will be working on: Robin Bates, an incoming Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Fellow, arrived from the University of Cambridge. […]

January 2019 Arrivals at Kluge

January 2019 is here, and as D.C. celebrated the start of a new year, the Kluge Center welcomed a large number of scholars into residence. Here are the projects that they will be working on: Julia Azari, one of two incoming Distinguished Visiting Scholars, arrived from Marquette University. During her residency, Julia will focus on […]