{ subscribe_url:'/share/sites/library-of-congress-blogs/insights-kluge-center.php', }

The Mexican Revolution and its Lasting Legacy on American Art and Culture

This is a guest post by Ignacio M. Sánchez Prado. He is Professor of Spanish, Latin American Studies, and Film and Media Studies and Jarvis Thurston and Mona Van Duyn Professor in the Humanities at Washington University in St. Louis. He plans to be in residence at the Kluge Center during the summer of 2021 […]

Kluge Fellow David Stenner Answers Four Questions About His Scholarship and Experience as a Scholar at the Kluge Center

David Stenner is an Assistant Professor in the Department of History at Christopher Newport University. Originally from Germany, David has lived in the United States for over a decade. He is the author of “Globalizing Morocco: Transnational Activism and the Post-Colonial State” (Stanford University Press, 2019.) I interviewed Dr. Stenner on his research project as […]

What’s Responsible for the Upheaval in American Politics?

On October 29, the Kluge Center released a conversation with Theda Skocpol and Caroline Tervo in which they talked about their new book, “Upending American Politics.” These two scholars provide considerable insight into developments in American party politics in recent years – and even shed some light on this year’s election results. Skocpol, the Victor […]

Why We Write: Public Scholarship in Times of Crisis

This is a guest post by Janna Deitz, Kluge Center Program Specialist in Outreach and Partnerships. Scholars in residence at the John W. Kluge Center represent the very best in academic researchers and are further distinguished by their commitment to engage with the public and policymaking community. These scholars bring the Center’s motto of “connecting thought […]

Alumni Outreach and India’s Social Movements: A Summer, Virtually, at the Kluge Center

This is a guest post by Kluge Center intern Julia Bliss. Interning for the Kluge Center this summer has been one of the most rewarding and enlightening experiences of my life. As a junior studying studio art and anthropology at the University of Vermont, I find great joy and satisfaction in research. Growing up on […]

How Distance Learning Could Put Chinese Students at US Universities at Risk

This is a guest post by Aynne Kokas and Michael Xiao. Kokas is a Kluge Fellow, a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow, as well as Associate Professor of Media Studies at the University of Virginia. Kokas is the author of the book “Hollywood Made in China,” which examines the cultural, political and economic implications […]

The 20th Century Transformation of the Dalit Movement in India

Michael Collins is a 2020 Kluge Fellow from the University of Gottingen. Collins is working on a project titled “From Boycotts to Ballots: Democracy and Social Minorities in Modern India.” Boris Granovskiy, who recently detailed at the Kluge Center, interviewed Collins on his work. Boris Granovskiy (BG): Can you share a brief history of Dalit […]

Patrick Andelic Answers Six Questions About His Scholarship and Experience as a Residential Scholar at the Kluge Center.

Patrick Andelic is a lecturer in American History in the Humanities Department at Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, as well as a 2020 Kluge Fellow, slated to begin his residency at the John W. Kluge Center in May of 2021. He was also an Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Fellow at the Kluge Center […]