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Kluge Center Welcomes Rolena Adorno, Maya Jasanoff, and Melvin L. Rogers

The John W. Kluge Center is pleased to announce the arrival of three new scholars in residence at the Library of Congress. Rolena Adorno was appointed as Kluge Chair in Countries and Cultures of the South. Adorno is Sterling Professor of Spanish at Yale University and the author of Colonial Latin American LIterature: A Very […]

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 […]

Video: Experts on U.S. Politics Discuss Political Polarization

On March 21, the John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress hosted American University Government Professor David C. Barker, author (with Morgan Marietta) of One Nation, Two Realities (2019), and University of Maryland Government Professor Lilliana Mason, author of Uncivil Agreement (2018), two nationally recognized experts on political polarization. In conversation with Kluge […]

Watch: Elaine Weiss in Conversation on “The Woman’s Hour”

On March 7, the Library of Congress marked the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Award-winning journalist Elaine Weiss joined Colleen Shogan, Assistant Deputy Librarian and the Library of Congress’s designee on the Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission, at the Kluge Center for a conversation on Weiss’s book, 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 […]

Connections in Sound: Irish traditional music at AFC

The following post was written by Meghan Ferriter and originally appeared on The Signal. Patrick Egan is a scholar and musician from Ireland, currently serving as Kluge Fellow in Digital Studies at the Kluge Center. He has recently submitted his PhD in digital humanities with ethnomusicology in at University College Cork. Patrick’s interests over the […]

Conflict, Fortresses, and Threat Environments in the Ancient Maya World

Stephen Houston is the Library of Congress Kislak Chair for the Study of the History and Cultures of the Early Americas, as well as Dupee Family Professor of Social Science at Brown University. In the lead-up to Professor Houston’s April 25 event at the Library, titled “Flint, Shield, and Fire: Exploring Ancient Maya Warfare,” I […]