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How the Web Remembers: Cookies, Characters, and Consent

Meg Jones is a Kluge Fellow as well as Associate Professor in the Communication, Culture & Technology program at Georgetown University where she researches rules and technological change with a focus on privacy, memory, innovation, and automation in digital information and computing technologies. “Ctrl+Z: The Right to be Forgotten,” Meg’s first book, is about the […]

Celebrating Black History Month at the John W. Kluge Center

The John W. Kluge Center has had the privilege of hosting many scholars of Black history, who have shared their expertise with the public in events, blog posts, and podcasts. As Black History Month 2022 comes to a close, we are taking the opportunity to highlight opportunities to learn about Black history from our recent […]

Key Topics for Pillars of Democracy – Electoral Institutions

On Thursday, January 20, at 4pm, the John W. Kluge Center, the American Enterprise Institute, and the Brookings Institution will co-host a discussion of electoral institutions and how they have become so distrusted. Click here to register and to read the full bios of the participants. Ahead of that event, we’re sharing recent articles and […]

Power and (Lack of) Control in the American Party System

On November 18, the Kluge Center, in partnership with the American Enterprise Institute and the Brookings Institution, held its fifth event in the Pillars of Democracy series. After the previous event looking at the administrative state, this conversation shifted to another institution that exercises a great deal of influence despite it lacking a clearly-defined constitutional […]

Call for Applications to the Program in Islamic Law at Harvard Law School

The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress is pleased to announce a collaboration with the Program in Islamic Law at Harvard Law School. The inaugural 2022-2023 Program in Islamic Law Research Fellowship is now open for applications, with a due date of January 31, 2022. This newly offered fellowship is designed to […]

What’s Behind the Idea of a Partisan Judiciary?

On September 30, the John W. Kluge Center, the Brookings Institution, and the American Enterprise Institute, convened the latest panel discussion in the Pillars of Democracy series, this one on the causes of changing attitudes towards the federal judiciary, as well as the ways that the third branch of government can win Americans’ trust back. […]

Pillars of Democracy: Three Experts on Building an Administrative State that Works

On October 21, the Kluge Center, in partnership with the American Enterprise Institute and the Brookings Institution, held its fourth event in the Pillars of Democracy series. After three events that covered the lack of trust in the constitutional branches of government, the fourth event’s focus shifted to the administrative state, which some describe as […]

Engaging a Community of Scholars: Announcing the John W. Kluge Center’s Alumni Advisory Group

The John W. Kluge Center is pleased to announce its new alumni advisory group. With over 1,000 scholars in residence since 2001, Kluge Center chairs, visiting scholars, and fellows create a distinguished community of engaged expertise across many academic and practitioner fields. Together, Kluge Center alumni represent the intellectual breadth of critical inquiry and understanding […]

Register Now to Learn About Solving the Crisis of Confidence in the Administrative State

There are only two days left until the next event in the Kluge Center’s Pillars of Democracy series, hosted with the Brookings Institution and the American Enterprise Institute. Register now so that you’re ready to watch live on Thursday. In this event, streamed live on Zoom at 4pm on October 21, Beth Simone Noveck, Jeffrey […]