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About the Kluge Fellowships

The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress invites qualified scholars to conduct research at the Kluge Center using the Library of Congress collections and resources for a period of four to eleven months. Established in 2000 through an endowment of $60 million from John W. Kluge, the Center is located in the splendid Jefferson Building of the Library of Congress. The Kluge Center furnishes attractive work and discussion space for Kluge Chair holders, for distinguished visiting scholars, and for post-doctoral Fellows supported by other private foundation gifts. Residents have easy access to the Library's specialized staff and to the intellectual community of Washington.

The Kluge Center especially encourages humanistic and social science research that makes use of the Library's large and varied collections. Interdisciplinary, cross-cultural, or multi-lingual research is particularly welcome. Among the collections available to researchers are the world's largest law library and outstanding multi-lingual collections of books and periodicals. Deep special collections of manuscripts, maps, music, films, recorded sound, prints and photographs are also available. Further information about the Library's collections can be found on the Library's website: http://www.loc.gov/rr/.

Eligibility

Scholars who have received a terminal advanced degree within the past seven years in the humanities, social sciences or in a professional field such as architecture or law are eligible. Exceptions may be made for individuals without continuous academic careers. Applicants may be U.S. citizens or foreign nationals. Upon selection, and in accordance with relevant visa regulations, foreign nationals will be assisted in obtaining the appropriate visa. To meet the minimum eligibility requirements, the degree must be formally awarded by the deadline date.  

Tenure & Stipend

Fellowships are tenable for periods from four to eleven months at a stipend of $4,200 per month for residential research at the Library of Congress. The Kluge Center reserves the right to offer fewer months than originally requested. Fellows may be given residence at any time during the fourteen-month window between June 1 of the year in which the Fellowship is awarded and August 1 of the year following. Stipends will be paid monthly by the Library of Congress, by means of electronic transfer to a U.S. bank account.

Applications

Applicants must submit:

  • A completed application form, in English
  • A curriculum vitae (maximum 2 pages; additional pages will be discarded)
  • A single paragraph abstract
  • A statement of proposed research (maximum 3 pages)
  • An explanation of why the Library of Congress is the required venue for your research (maximum 1 paragraph)
  • A bibliography of works you have consulted for your proposal (maximum 3 pages)
  • 3 references with completed reference forms from people who have read the research proposal

Due Date

The annual application deadline is July 15. Application materials must be submitted by the deadline date via the Kluge Center's online application system.

Language Certification

For applicants whose native language is not English, there must be evidence that the applicant is fluent in English so as easily to conduct research, discuss work with colleagues, and make a public presentation, although the ultimate product of the research may be written in the applicant's native language. For English speakers who seek to do research in the Library's foreign language collections, there must be evidence that they have a command of the relevant language or languages at the level requisite for serious research.

Expectations

Kluge Fellows will give one public presentation of their research and provide a final report on their research and its results. Two copies of any ultimate product of this research (book, article, film, website, etc.) should be sent to the Library of Congress. Kluge Fellows will also have opportunities to meet with Library specialists and curators, and on occasion with Members of Congress and Congressional staff.

Awards

Up to twelve Kluge Fellowships will be awarded annually by the Library of Congress. Awards will be announced in the spring of the year following that in which the application is due. For overseas Fellows, award letters will address visa questions and include a form which must be filled out and submitted to the Library of Congress to determine tax residency status and the potential for U.S. Federal income tax withholding. Scholars who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents and who do not already have a U.S. Social Security number will be required to obtain either a Social Security or tax identification number, as appropriate, at the start of their fellowship at the Library, regardless of the taxability of their income under this program or exemption under a treaty with the United States. Transportation arrangements are the responsibility of each Fellow. Housing is not provided by the Library of Congress. The Library of Congress does not supply health insurance coverage but can provide contacts with commercial providers. Because the United States does not have a national health plan, if a selectee becomes ill or injured during the term of appointment, there is no provision for care.

Contact Information

Completed application packets should be submitted via the Kluge Center's online application system. Applications submitted via email, fax, or regular mail will not be considered. For questions about application procedures, eligibility, stipend or deadlines, please email [email protected] or write to us at:

    Kluge Fellowships
    The John W. Kluge Center / Office of Scholarly Programs
    Library of Congress, LJ-120
    101 Independence Avenue, SE
    Washington, DC 20540-4860

Application Deadline: July 15

Research Areas: Research in the humanities and social sciences, especially interdisciplinary, cross-cultural or multilingual.

Eligibility: Open to scholars worldwide with a Ph.D. or other terminal advanced degree conferred within seven years of the July 15 deadline.

Stipend: $4,200 per month (up to 11 months).

Further information:
   The John W. Kluge Center
   phone: (202) 707-3302
   fax: (202) 707-3595
   email: [email protected]

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"The Kluge Center is truly an exceptional environment for sustained, quiet scholarly research intermixed with good company and excellent scholars. The colleagues I have worked with here are truly inspiring; it was a pleasure and privilege to work alongside them."

-Emer O'Dwyer, Kluge Fellow, 2010

"I emerged from the fellowship with a much more focused conception of my project, and in the months since, have written a book proposal that has been enthusiastically received by editors at leading university presses. It is indisputable that were it not for my time at the Kluge Center, I would not have progressed to where I am."

-Daniel Schwartz, Kluge Fellow, 2012

"My work benefitted enormously from the many formal and informal conversations that I had with other scholars at the Library of Congress and throughout the wider Washington community. Presenting my own work at the Library pushed me to think about how to make my research relevant to a wide audience."

-Renata Keller, Kluge Fellow, 2013

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Current and Past Kluge Fellows

2016

Christy Chapin

Kluge Fellow, 2016, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)
Kluge Center Project: "The U.S. Economy and the Emergence of Financial Capitalism"

Benjamin Cowan

Kluge Fellow, 2016, George Mason University
Kluge Center Project: "Mundane Magic: Brazil, Christian Fundamentalism, and Transnational Anti-Modernism, 1930-1985"

Luke Harlow

Kluge Fellow, 2016, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Kluge Center Project: "Religion, Republicans, and the Defeat of Reconstruction"

Margarita Karnysheva

Kluge Fellow, 2016, Independent Scholar
Kluge Center Project: "The Misrepresented Mission: Confronting Unfortunate Myths on America's Siberian Expedition (1918-1920)"

Daniel Levine

Kluge Fellow, 2016, The University of Alabama
Kluge Center Project: "The Politics of Jewish Fear: Late-Modern Vulnerability and the Birth of Israeli National Security Doctrine"

Erik Linstrum

Kluge Fellow, 2016, University of Virginia
Kluge Center Project: "Questions of Evidence: Documenting Violence in the Postwar British Empire"

Lanie Millar

Kluge Fellow, 2016, University of Oregon
Kluge Center Project: "Cuba and Angola: Cultural Conversations before and after the Cold War"

Alan Noonan

Kluge Fellow, 2016, Independent Scholar
Kluge Center Project: "Unearthing Traditions: Poems, Songs and Stories of Mining Communities throughout the United States"

Kevin Schwartz

Kluge Fellow, 2016, United States Naval Academy
Kluge Center Project: "Demarcating Persianate Worlds: Tazkirah Production and Circulation in West, Central, and South Asia, 1800-1900"

Kristen Shedd

Kluge Fellow, 2016, Oklahoma State University
Kluge Center Project: "The Liberal Protestant Dilemma: The Mainline's Resistance to a Free-Enterprise America"

Chelsea Stieber

Kluge Fellow, 2016, The Catholic University of America
Kluge Center Project: "Writing Before "Haiti": Regionalism in the Creation of Modern Haitian Literature, 1890-1940"

Xin Wu

Kluge Fellow, 2016, The College of William & Mary
Kluge Center Project: "Gardens & Landscape as neo-Confucian Metaphors: Vision, Memory and Place-making in Song Academies"

2015

Catherine Adcock

Kluge Fellow, 2015, Washington University in Saint Louis
Kluge Center Project: "Cattle Wealth and Cow Protection: Dharma, Development and the Secular State in India."

Sarah Cameron

Kluge Fellow, 2015, University of Maryland
Kluge Center Project: "The Hungry Steppe: Famine, Violence and the Making of Soviet Kazakhstan."

Danille Christensen

Kluge Fellow, 2015, The Ohio State University
Kluge Center Project: "Freedom from Want: Home Canning in the American Imagination (1875-2014)."
Lecture: "Home Canning: Cultural Narratives, Technological Change, and the Status of Traditional Knowledge" (Jul. 19, 2016)

Theodore Christov

Kluge Fellow, 2015, George Washington University
Kluge Center Project: "The Early American Republic and Origins of International Law."
Lecture: "The 'Law of Nations' in America's Independence" (May 12, 2016)
Blogpost: Emer Vattel and His Influence on Early America

Andrew Devereux

Kluge Fellow, 2015, Loyola Marymount University
Kluge Center Project: "The Other Side of Empire: The Mediterranean and the Origins of a Spanish Imperial Ideology, 1479-1535."
Lecture: "The Kingdom of Jerusalem and War Against the Infidel: Sixteenth-Century Doctrines of Just War and the Origins of the Spanish Empire" (Jun. 23, 2016)

Taja-Nia Henderson

Kluge Fellow, 2015, Rutgers University
Kluge Center Project: "Framing Treason: Disqualification, Reconciliation and Memory in Reconstruction-Era America."
Lecture: "Framing Treason: War, Reconciliation, and Memory in the Making of the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution" (Jul. 27, 2016)

Sheryl Kaskowitz

Kluge Fellow, 2015, Brown University
Kluge Center Project: "Sidney Robertson Cowell, Public Folk Music Collecting and American Identity."

Dara Orenstein

Kluge Fellow, 2015, George Washington University
Kluge Center Project: "Offshore Onshore: A History of thje Free Zone on U.S. Soil."
Article: "Professor Dara Orenstein: On Winning the Kluge Fellowship" (GW Department of American Studies)

Jeong-Mi Park

Kluge Fellow, 2015, Hanyang University
Kluge Center Project: "The Toleration-Regulation Regime: A Comparative Historical Sociology of Prostitution Policies in Northeast Asia after WWII."
Lecture: "Making Patriotic Prostitutes: The South Korean Government's Policies on Prostitution for the U.S. Military" (Jul. 28, 2016)

Daniel Rood

Kluge Fellow, 2015, University of Georgia
Kluge Center Project: "The Reinvention of Atlantic Slavery: Circuits of Techno-Science in the Greater Caribbean, 1830-1860."

Michael Sizer

Kluge Fellow, 2015, Maryland Institute College of Art
Kluge Center Project: "Public Opinion in Late Medieval Paris, 1380-1422."
Lecture: "Popular Politics and Public Opinion in Late Medieval Paris" (Jul. 14, 2016)

Anna von der Goltz

Kluge Fellow, 2015, Georgetown University
Kluge Center Project: "The Other side of 1968: Activism of the Center-right in West Germany's Age of Campus Protest."

2014

Anna Browne Ribeiro

Kluge Fellow, 2014, The Ohio State University
Kluge Center Project: "Rethinking Empty Places: An Archaeology of Amazonian Dwelling."
Lecture: "Imagining the Amazon: European Colonialism and the Making of Modern-Day Amazonia" (Jan. 14, 2016)

Michael Chasar

Kluge Fellow, 2014, Willamette University
Kluge Center Project: "Beyond the Book: Edna St. Vincent Millay's The Murder of Lidice and Poetry in the Age of New Media."

Elia Corazza

Kluge Fellow, 2014, Independent Scholar
Kluge Center Project: "New Music for a New Dance: Diaghilev's Ballet and Music"
Lecture: "Diaghilev's 'Time Travelling' Italian Scores" (Apr. 30, 2015)
Blogpost: "A Piece of Music Found, A Lost Opera Complete"
Blogpost: EU Month of Culture Spotlight: Italy

Ilya Dines

Kluge Fellow, 2014, Ben-Gurion University
Kluge Center Project: "A Handlist of the Uncatalogued Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts Preserved in the Library of Congress."
Lecture: "Medieval Manuscripts in the Library of Congress" (Mar. 31, 2016)

Thomas Dodman

Kluge Fellow, 2014, Boston College
Kluge Center Project: "Nostalgia: The History of a Deadly Emotion."
Lecture: "Before Trauma: Nostalgia, or the Melancholy of War" (Jul. 30, 2015)
Article: "1814 and the Melancholy of War," The Journal of Military History, 80:1 (January 2016)
Blogpost: Scholarly Explorations of War

Nathan Hofer

Kluge Fellow, 2014, University of Missouri
Kluge Center Project: "Sufism, State, and Society in Ayyubid and Early Mamluk Egypt."
Lecture: "The Popularization of Islamic Mysticism in Medieval Egypt"
Book: "The Popularisation of Sufism in Ayyubid and Mamluk Egypt, 1173-1325"

Jeffrey Moser

Kluge Fellow, 2014, McGill University
Kluge Center Project: "Excavating China's First Archaeologist."
Lecture: "Ten Meters Down: Moral Depth in a Chinese Tomb" (Apr. 23, 2015)

Bradley Rogers

Kluge Fellow, 2014, Duke University
Kluge Center Project: "The Cinematic Dramaturgy of Rouben Mamoulian's Musical Theatre."

Rachel Shelden

Kluge Fellow, 2014, Georgia College and State University
Kluge Center Project: "Judicial Ethics and the U.S. Supreme Court in the Civil War Era."
Lecture: "Abraham Lincoln, the U.S. Supreme Court, and the Politics of Slavery" (Feb. 18, 2016)
Blogpost: Lincoln and the Supreme Court

William Slauter

Kluge Fellow, 2014, Universite Paris 8-Saint Denis
Kluge Center Project: "Who Owns the News? Journalism and Intellectual Property in Historical Perspective."
Blogpost: New Scholars at the Kluge Center - January / February 2016

Simona Tobia

Kluge Fellow, 2014, University of Reading
Kluge Center Project: "Interrogation and Questioning in the Second World War."
Blogpost: "Researcher Spotlight: Simona Tobia" (Folklife Today blog)

Julia Young

Kluge Fellow, 2014, Catholic University
Kluge Center Project: "Cristero Diaspora: Emigrants, Exiles, and Refugees during Mexico's Religious War."
Webcast: Julia Young at the 2015 National Book Festival
Panel Discussion: "Migration, Asylum and the Role of the State: Defining Boundaries, Redefining Borders" (Nov. 12, 2015)
Blogpost: "The History of Mexican Immigration to the U.S. in the Early 20th Century"

2013

Joseph Genetin-Pilawa

Kluge Fellow, 2013, Illinois College
Kluge Center Project: "The Indians' Capital City."
Webcast: "Native Americans in 19th Century Washington, D.C." - American History TV (C-SPAN3)
Article: "The Indian at Appomattox" - Disunion | The New York Times
Book: "Crooked Paths to Allotment: The Fight Over Federal Indian Policy After the Civil War"
Blogpost: "The Indians' Capital City: Native Histories of Washington, D.C."

Douglas Harrison

Kluge Fellow, 2013, James Madison University
Kluge Center Project: "The Gospel Sensibility: Sacred Song in American Experience."
Lecture: "The Gospel Sensibility: Evangelicals, Modernity & Sacred Song in American Experience"

Renata Keller

Kluge Fellow, 2013, Boston University
Kluge Center Project: "Mexico's Cold War: Cuba, the United States, and the Struggle over the Legacy of the Mexican Revolution, 1959-1969."
Lecture: "Mexico's Cold War: Cuba, the United States, and the Struggle Over the Legacy of the Mexican Revolution" (Feb. 20, 2014)
Web site: Boston University Faculty Page
Web site: Scholar Profile: Renata Keller
Article: "The Latin American Missile Crisis," Diplomatic History 39.2 (2015): 195-222
Book: Mexico's Cold War: Cuba, the United States, and the Legacy of the Mexican Revolution (New York: Cambridge UP, 2015)
Blogpost: "A Historical Perspective on the Cuba-U.S. Relationship"

Sonia Lee

Kluge Fellow, 2013, Washington University in St. Louis
Kluge Center Project: "Diagnosing Difference: Psychiatrists and the Medicalization of Political Dissent, 1945-1980."
Web site: Washington University in Saint Louis Faculty Page
Blogpost: Law Enforcement, Psychiatrists, and the Racialization of Drug Addiction in Postwar America

James Loeffler

Kluge Fellow, 2013, University of Virginia
Kluge Center Project: "The Vanishing Minority: Human Rights as Jewish Politics, 1919-1989."
Webcast: "The Swastika Epidemic: Jewish Politics & Human Rights in the 1960s" (Dec. 11, 2014)

Katherine Luongo

Kluge Fellow, 2013, Northeastern University
Kluge Center Project: "Border-Crossing Beliefs: African Witchcraft in the Global Arena of Asylum."
Panel Discussion: "Migration, Asylum and the Role of the State: Defining Boundaries, Redefining Borders" (Nov. 12, 2015)
Blogpost: New Scholars at the Kluge Center - September / October 2015

Noriko Manabe

Kluge Fellow, 2013, Princeton University
Kluge Center Project: "Molding Citizens in War and Peace: Japanese Children's Songs, 1877-1947."
Web site: Princeton University Faculty Page

Vanessa Ogle

Kluge Fellow, 2013, University of Pennsylvania
Kluge Center Project: "Clocks, Calendars, and Conversion Charts: The Many Worlds of Unified Time in the First Wave of Globalization, 1880-1930."

Charlotte Rogers

Kluge Fellow, 2013, George Mason University
Kluge Center Project: "Off the Map? From First to Last in Amazonian Travel Narrative."
Lecture: "Mourning El Dorado: The Closing of the Amazonian Frontier in Contemporary South American Fiction"
Web site: University of Virginia Faculty Page
Web site: Scholar Profile: Charlotte Rogers
Book: "Jungle Fever: Exploring Madness and Medicine in Twentieth-century Tropical Narratives"
Panel Discussion: "The Myth of Wilderness: What's Left to Save & What Never Existed" (Jun. 5, 2014)
Blogpost: "Charlotte Rogers, Kluge Fellow, on Manaus, the World Cup, and Contemporary South American Fiction"

Natalie Rouland

Kluge Fellow, 2013, Wellesley College
Kluge Center Project: "Dancing Enigma: Ida Rubinstein and the Russian Tradition."
Lecture: "Amazons in Paris: Ida Rubinstein and the Art of Travesty" (Apr. 17, 2014)

Dario Sarlo

Kluge Fellow, 2013, Independent Scholar
Kluge Center Project: "Jascha Heifetz: The Iconic Violinist."
Lecture: "Jascha Heifetz the Iconic Violinist" (Apr. 16, 2014)
Book: "Jascha Heifetz: Early Years in Russia"
Blogpost: "Researching Heifetz at the Library of Congress"

Scott Sowerby

Kluge Fellow, 2013, Northwestern University
Kluge Center Project: "Chapel and Capital: Religious Nonconformity and Manufacturing in England, 1650-1750."
Lecture: "States of Exclusion: Britain and France, 1685-1715" (Feb. 27, 2014)
Web site: Northwestern University Faculty Page
Book: "Making Toleration: The Repealers and the Glorious Revolution"

2012

Christopher Bishop

Kluge Fellow, 2012, Australian National University
Kluge Center Project: "Medievalism and the Modern Comic Book."
Lecture: "No Evil Shall Escape My Sight: Fredric Wertham & the Anti-Comics Crusade"

Jason Blokhuis

Kluge Fellow, 2012, University of Waterloo - Ontario
Kluge Center Project: "Public Educational Authority and Children's Rights from a Parens Patriae Perspective."
Lecture: "A Teacher's Guide to Education Law" (Dec. 11, 2013)
Lecture: "Student Rights and the School Environment from a Jurisprudential Perspective" (Jun. 27, 2013)
Book: Imber, Van Geel, Blokhuis, Feldman. Education Law, 5th ed. (New York: Taylor and Francis, 2014)

Amanda Ciafone

Kluge Fellow, 2012, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Kluge Center Project: "Counter-Cola: A Multinational History of the Global Corporation."
Lecture: "'I'd Like to Buy the World a Coke': Coca-Cola Advertising and Cultural Revolutions of the 1960s" (Jan. 16, 2014)
Web site: University of Illinois Faculty Page
Web site: Scholar Profile: Amanda Ciafone

Joel Frykholm

Kluge Fellow, 2012, Stockholm University
Kluge Center Project: "George Kleine and the Transformation of Cinema."
Webcast: The Lost Tycoon: George Kleine
Blogpost: EU Month of Culture Spotlight: Sweden

Victor Goldgel-Carballo

Kluge Fellow, 2012, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Kluge Center Project: "New Media in Early 19th Century Latin America: The Emergence of a Transatlantic Cultural Market."
Webcast: The Quest for the New in Latin American Culture: Fashion & Newspapers in the 19th Century

Amanda Lahikainen

Kluge Fellow, 2012, Brown University
Kluge Center Project: "Embodiments of Debt: Satire, Representation, and the Politicization of Paper Currency"
Lecture: "Graphic Satire, Paper Money and the Art of Engraving in Britain, 1797-1821" (Nov. 14, 2013)
Web site: Scholar Profile: Amanda Lahikainen
Blogpost: "Inspired by #ScholarFest, a Fellow Brings Interdisciplinarity Home"

Daniel Schwartz

Kluge Fellow, 2012, George Washington University
Kluge Center Project: "Ghetto: The Genealogy of a Concept, the History of a Place."
Lecture: "What's in a Name? The Ghetto Comes to America"

Uranchimeg Tsultem

Kluge Fellow, 2012, University of California, Berkeley
Kluge Center Project: "Traditional Exchange and Early U.S. Diplomacy in Mongolia, Tibet and China."
Lecture: "Prior to Lenin: U.S. Diplomacy & Western Explorers in Early 20th Century Mongolia" (Aug. 29, 2013)

Lindsay Tuggle

Kluge Fellow, 2012, University of Sydney
Kluge Center Project: "The Afterlives of Specimens: The Science of Mourning in Whitman's America."
Lecture: "The Afterlives of Specimens: Science & Mourning in Whitman's America" (Jan. 24, 2013)
Blogpost: An Interview with Lindsay Tuggle

Ananya Vajpeyi

Kluge Fellow, 2012, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, New Delhi
Kluge Center Project: "B. R. Ambedkar: A Life."
Lecture: "B.R. Ambedkar: The Life of the Mind & a Life in Politics"

2011

Ilaria Andreoli

Kluge Fellow, 2011, Institut National d'Histoire de l'Art
Kluge Center Project: "Pictures without Borders: Transnationalism in Illustrated Books of the 15th and 16th Centuries."
Webcast: "Illustrated Books of the 15th & 16th Centuries" (May 30, 2013)

Kevin Bartig

Kluge Fellow, 2011, Michigan State University
Kluge Center Project: "The National Council for American-Soviet Friendship and American-Soviet musical diplomacy, 1941-1960."
Lecture: "American Musicians, Soviet Music, and Cultural Ties in the 1940s"

Rebecca Benefiel

Kluge Fellow, 2011, Washington and Lee University
Kluge Center Project: "The Presence of writing in elite residences: Graffiti and space in ancient Pompeii."
Lecture: Making Sense of Ancient Graffiti

Adriana M. Brodsky

Kluge Fellow, 2011, St. Mary's College of Maryland
Kluge Center Project: "Becoming Argentine Jews: Sephardim and the construction of ethnic and national identities, 1880-1960."
Webcast: "Becoming Jewish-Argentines: Sephardim, Marriage Choice, and the Construction of a Jewish Argentine Identity (1920-1960)"

Jennifer R Davis

Kluge Fellow, 2011, The Catholic University of America
Kluge Center Project: "Charlemagne's practice of empire."

Mark W. Geiger

Kluge Fellow, 2011, University of Sydney
Kluge Center Project: "The Chicago Board of Trade and the transformation of financial markets."
Webcast: Financial Fraud and Guerrilla Violence in Missouri's Civil War, 1861-1865
Lecture: "When Insider Trading was Legal"

Oana Godeanu-Kenworthy

Kluge Fellow, 2011, Miami University
Kluge Center Project: "Democracy as otherness: Early literary representations of the U.S. in Canada."
Kluge Fellow, 2011, Miami University
Kluge Center Project: "."

Emily Kadens

Kluge Fellow, 2011, University of Texas School of Law
Kluge Center Project: "Theories of custom as law in the writings of medieval and early modern civilian jurists."
Lecture: "The Continuing Problem of Custom: From the Medieval Jurists to the Supreme Court"

Christopher Lee

Kluge Fellow, 2011, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Kluge Center Project: "Making a world after empire: The 1955 Asia-Africa conference in Bandung, Indonesia."
Webcast: The Indian Ocean as a Zone of Peace: Decolonization & the Politics of the Cold War Between Africa & Asia (Oct. 25, 2012)

Vanni Pettina

Kluge Fellow, 2011, Independent Scholar
Kluge Center Project: "From the Nationalist Compromise to the Insurrection: Cuba and the United States, 1933-1959."
Webcast: Contemporary Diplomacy
Lecture: "A Preponderance of Politics: The Impact of the Cold War on US-Cuban Economic Relations, 1946-1952"
Other: Contemporary Diplomacy Panel at Kluge Center, Dec. 1

Thierry Rigogne

Kluge Fellow, 2011, Fordham University
Kluge Center Project: "The Invention of the cafe: French coffeehouses from the introduction of coffee to the end of the French Revolution, 1560-1800."
Lecture: "Creating the Parisian Café, 1660-1800"

Peter Wien

Kluge Fellow, 2011, University of Maryland
Kluge Center Project: "Arab nationalism: Culture, history, and politics."
Lecture: "From the Glory of Conquest to Paradise Lost: Al-Andalus as an Arab Realm of Memory"
Other: Alhurra television feature on Peter Wien and the Library's African and Middle Eastern collections
Blogpost: Studying the Middle East at the Library of Congress

2010

Richard Bell

Kluge Fellow, 2010, University of Maryland, College Park
Kluge Center Project: "Tear down the world: Suicide and power in the newly United States."
Webcast: Liberty or Death: Slaves' Suicides & the Fight to Destroy American Slavery

Rebecca Brienen

Kluge Fellow, 2010, University of Miami
Kluge Center Project: "The Dutch Republic circa 1700: Artists, travelers, and collectors in the circle of Nicolaes Witsen (1641-1717)."
Webcast: Cornelis de Bruyn & His Contemporaries: Internationalism and Late Seventeenth Century Dutch Art.

Eleanor Capper

Kluge Fellow, 2010, University of Liverpool
Kluge Center Project: "Government activism and consumer politics in the U.S., 1933-2008."
Article: "Caroline Ware, Consumer Activism and American Democracy during the New Deal, 1933-45" Cultural and Social History 9.1 (2012): 85-101)

Christopher Chekuri

Kluge Fellow, 2010, San Francisco State University
Kluge Center Project: "Hindu and Turk: Sovereignty and religion in pre-colonial India."
Lecture: "Seeing You Is Equivalent to Being the King: Loyalty, Ethics & Piety in 16th Century India"

Ilias Chrissochoidis

Kluge Fellow, 2010, Stanford University
Kluge Center Project: "From the London stage to Westminster Abbey: Cultural mobility of Handel's Oratorios in Britain, 1732-1784."

Jennifer Foray

Kluge Fellow, 2010, Purdue University
Kluge Center Project: "Imperial aftershocks: The legacies of decolonization in the Netherlands."

Emer S. O'Dwyer

Kluge Fellow, 2010, Oberlin College
Kluge Center Project: "Imperialism and democracy in the context of Japan's modern nationhood."
Lecture: "Pivot of Empire: Settler Politics in Japanese Manchuria, 1913-1916"

Peter Reed

Kluge Fellow, 2010, University of Mississippi
Kluge Center Project: "Staging the Haitian revolution: Race, revolution and American theater, 1790-1865."
Webcast: Dancing on the Volcano: The Haitian Revolution and Atlantic Performance.

Michael Schiltz

Kluge Fellow, 2010, University of Leuven, Belgium
Kluge Center Project: "An economic history and sociocultural reconstruction of Japan in the age of the Great Depression."
Webcast: Money on the Road to Empire: Japan & Gold, 1873-1897.
Book: The Money Doctors from Japan : Finance, Imperialism, and the Building of the Yen Bloc, 1895-1937 (Cambridge: Harvard UP, 2012)

Reiko Shinno

Kluge Fellow, 2010, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Kluge Center Project: "Medicine, Mongol rule, and the learning of the Way in Yuan China (1206-1368)."
Webcast: Medical Culture in Yuan China

Josep Simon

Kluge Fellow, 2010, Universite Paris Ouest
Kluge Center Project: "Shaping physics in the three nations: Ganot's Franco-British canon and the pedagogical economy of American college life."
Webcast: Shaping Physics in the Three Nations.
Book: Communicating Physics: The Production, Circulation and Appropriation of Ganot's Textbooks in France and England, 1851-1887 (London: Pickering & Chatto, Ltd., 2011)

Eric Yellin

Kluge Fellow, 2010, University of Richmond
Kluge Center Project: "In the nation's service: Racism and federal employment in Woodrow Wilson's Washington."
Webcast: Federal Discrimination & the Decline of National Black Politics in the Early 20th Century
Book: Racism in the Nation's Service: Government Workers and the Color Line in Woodrow Wilson's America (Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, 2013)

2009

Mustafa Aksakal

Kluge Fellow, 2009, American University
Kluge Center Project: "Imperialism on the periphery: The Ottomans in the age of European empire, 1856-1914."

Renzo Baldasso

Kluge Fellow, 2009, Newberry Library
Kluge Center Project: "Erhard Ratdolt and the visual dimension of early printed books."
Article: "Portrait of Luca Pacioli and Disciple: A New, Mathematical Look" Art Bulletin 92.1-2 (2010): 83-102

Andrew Gentes

Kluge Fellow, 2009, University of Queensland
Kluge Center Project: "George Kennan and the Russian nihilists."
Book: Russia's Penal Colony in the Far East: A Translation of Vlas Doroshevich's "Sakhalin" (Anthem Press, 2012)

Holger Hoock

Kluge Fellow, 2009, University of Liverpool
Kluge Center Project: "Violence and terror in the American revolution: practice, representation, memory."
Program coordination: "Civil War in the British Empire: Practices and Representations of Violence in the American Revolutionary War"

Scott Johnson

Kluge Fellow, 2009, Washington and Lee University
Kluge Center Project: "All the world's knowledge: Geography and literature in late antiquity."
Webcast: From Ptolemy to Pilgrimage: Images of Late Antiquity in Geography, Travel & Cartography

Karen Karbiener

Kluge Fellow, 2009, New York University
Kluge Center Project: "Walt Whitman and New York: The Urban Roots of Leaves of Grass"
Webcast: "Walt Whitman, Rural New Yorker"

Svetlana Kujumdzieva

Kluge Fellow, 2009, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Kluge Center Project: "The Library of St. Catherine's monastery as a witness to music history: The case of the Sinai musical manuscripts."
Webcast: The Library as Witness to Music History: The Case of the Sinai Musical Manuscripts
Article: "The Tropologion: Sources and Identifications of a Hymnographic Book" Bulgarian Musicology 36.3-4 (2012): 9-22
Book: Rannite osmoglasnitsi Izvori, bogosluzhenie: pevcheski repertoar (Sofia : KMNS, 2013)
Book: "The Early Oktoechoi: Sources, Liturgy, and Chant Repertory (Based on the Sources until the 13th Century)"
Book: "The Hymnographic Book of the Tropologion: Sources, Liturgy, and Chant Repertory"
Blogpost: EU Month of Culture Spotlight: Bulgaria

Lisa Noetzel

Kluge Fellow, 2009, Washington College
Kluge Center Project: "Castilian-Timucuan language contact in Spanish colonial Florida."
Webcast: Francisco Pareja: Missionary and Linguist in Spanish Colonial Florida

Toure Reed

Kluge Fellow, 2009, Illinois State University
Kluge Center Project: "New Deal civil rights: Class consciousness and the quest."
Webcast: We Must Learn to Think in Terms of Collective Action: Industrial Democracy and the Civil Rights Establishment of the 1930s

Marlis Schweitzer

Kluge Fellow, 2009, York University, Canada
Kluge Center Project: "Bringing the world to Broadway: American impresarios and the transnational trade in teatrical commodities, 1896-1914."
Webcast: Lying, Stealing, and Other Theatrical Crimes: Molnar's The Devil and the Transnational Trade in Theatrical Commodities, c. 1907-8
Lecture: "Lying, stealing, and other theatrical crimes: Molnar's The Devil and the transnational trade in theatrical commodities, c. 1907-8

Arafaat Valiani

Kluge Fellow, 2009, Williams College
Kluge Center Project: "Physical training, guerilla-style protest, and civic violence in Gujarat India."
Article: "Physical Training, Ethical Discipline, and Creative Violence: Zones of Self-Mastery in the Hindu Nationalist Movement" Cultural Anthropology 25.1 (2010): 73-99

2008

Johanna Bockman

Kluge Fellow, 2008, George Mason University
Kluge Center Project: "The socialist origins of neoliberalism."
Webcast: Yugoslav Socialism in Latin America
Book: Markets in the Name of Socialism: The Left-Wing Origins of Neoliberalism (Redwood City: Stanford UP, 2011

Marcy Dinius

Kluge Fellow, 2008, University of Delaware
Kluge Center Project: "The role of the daguerreotype in the literature, rhetoric, and visual culture of American abolition, 1833-1860."
Lecture: Frederick Douglass's 'Lecture on Pictures' and Daguerreian Portraiture"
Article: "'Look!! Look!!! at This!!!!': The Radical Typography of David Walker's Appeal" PMLA 126.1 (2011): 55-72
Article: "Best in Show: American Daguerreotypes at the Great Exhibition" Common-place 9.4 (2009)
Book: The Camera and the Press: American Visual and Print Culture in the Age of the Daguerreotype (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012)

Monica Dominguez Torres

Kluge Fellow, 2008, University of Delaware
Kluge Center Project: "Armorials of the Anahuac: the production, regulation and consumption of indigenous heraldy in 16th century Mexico."
Webcast: Early Colonial Mexico
Book: Military Ethos and Visual Culture in Post-Conquest Mexico (Surrey: Ashgate, 2014)

Peter Eltsov

Kluge Fellow, 2008, Freie Universitat, Berlin
Kluge Center Project: "Rejecting the state: a study of the Harappan society from the point of view of archaeological data and ancient Indian sociopolitical theory."
Webcast: The Great Tradition of Ancient South Asia: From Sanskrit Literature to the Archaeology of the Harappan/Indus Civilization
Article: "What Crimea's History Can Teach Us About Crimea's Future" (Foreign Policy, 2014)

Christine Johnson

Kluge Fellow, 2008, Washington University
Kluge Center Project: "The German nation of the Holy Roman Empire, 1440-1556."
Panel Discussion: Exploring Waldseemüller's World

Agnes Kefeli

Kluge Fellow, 2008, Arizona State University
Kluge Center Project: "Islam, Christianity and secularism in post-Soviet Tatarstan."
Webcast: "The Tale of Joseph and Zulaykha and Tatar National Identity on the Volga Frontier"
Lecture: The Tale of Joseph and Zulahkha and Tatar National Identity on the Volga Frontier

Karen Leal

Kluge Fellow, 2008, St. John's University
Kluge Center Project: "The Ottoman empire and the classical tradition at the turn of the 18th century."
Lecture: "Between European and Ottoman: Hellenic Grand Dragomans, Roman Subjects, and Classical Ruins at the turn of the 18th Century."

Neil Maher

Kluge Fellow, 2008, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Kluge Center Project: "Ground control: An environmental history of NASA and the space race."
Webcast: Ground control: Beyond an environmental history of the space race.

Timothy Rohan

Kluge Fellow, 2008, Yale University
Kluge Center Project: "Enriching Modernism: Paul Rudoph's Buildings and Projects"
Webcast: Model City: Buildings and Projects by Paul Rudolph for Yale and New Haven.

Zachary Schrag

Kluge Fellow, 2008, George Mason University
Kluge Center Project: "History of riot control from the 1870s to the present in America."
Book: Ethical Imperialism: Institutional Review Boards and the Social Sciences, 1965-2009 (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010)

Srividhya Swaminathan

Kluge Fellow, 2008, Long Island University
Kluge Center Project: "In service of commerce: British arguments for slavery in the era before abolition, 1660-1790."
Lecture: "Defining Enslavement: Literary Depictions of Slaveries in Early 18th Century Britain"
Book: "Debating the Slave Trade: Rhetoric of British National Identity, 1759-1815"
Blogpost: Three Lectures for Black History Month

Junchang Yang

Kluge Fellow, 2008, Shaanxi Provincial Institute of Archaeology
Kluge Center Project: "Gold, silver, and mercury in ancient China: Archaeological, art historical and metallurgical studies."
Webcast: Pre-Qin Gold and Its Application in Ancient China

2007

Mark D. Anderson

Kluge Fellow, 2007, University of Georgia
Kluge Center Project: "The fruits of disaster: cultural responses to catastrophe in Latin America."
Webcast: "The Natural Nation: Tropical Imaginings and Ecologies of Abjection in Brazilian Literature, 1889-1930"
Webcast: "The Natural Nation: Tropical Imaginings and Ecologies of Abjection in Brazilian Literature"
Book: "Disaster Writing: The Cultural Politics of Catastrophe in Latin America"

Geert Buelens

Kluge Fellow, 2007, Utrecht University
Kluge Center Project: "National and/or European identity in the avant-garde and traditional poetry of the First World War."
Webcast: Remember Belgium: Poetry as propaganda during the First World War.
Blogpost: EU Month of Culture Spotlight: The Netherlands & Belgium

Karen L. Carter

Kluge Fellow, 2007, University of North Florida
Kluge Center Project: "Art in the streets; late 19th century French posters."
Webcast: Poster Mania in Turn-of-the-Century Paris

Mario Del Pero

Kluge Fellow, 2007, Universita di Bologna (UNIBO)
Kluge Center Project: "Detente, Europe, and bipolarism: U.S. and EEC responses to the 'Southern European Malaise' of the 1970s."
Webcast: Which Chile, Allende? Henry Kissinger and International Repercussions of the Portuguese Revolution

Claudia B. Haake

Kluge Fellow, 2007, University of York
Kluge Center Project: "The roots of identity: indigenous societies and land in the Americas."
Webcast: Breaking the Bonds of People and Land: Native American Removal in the US and Mexico

Joseph Kosek

Kluge Fellow, 2007, George Washington University
Kluge Center Project: "Acts of conscience: Christian nonviolence and American democracy."
Webcast: God and Gandhi: The Radical Spiritual Politics of the Reverend John Haynes Holmes (1879-1964).
Webcast: Radical Christian Pacifists
Lecture: Acts of Conscience: Christian Nonviolence and Modern American Democracy.
Book: Acts of Conscience: Christian Nonviolence and Modern American Democracy (New York: Columbia UP, 2009)

Reuben S. Rose-Redwood

Kluge Fellow, 2007, Pennsylvania State University
Kluge Center Project: "Rationalizing the landscape: a critical spatial history of street and house numbering in the United States."
Webcast: Spaces of Calculation: Street Addressing and the Making of a Geo-coded World.
Article: "With Numbers in Place: Security, Territory, and the Production of Calculable Space." Annals of the Association of American Geographers 102.2 (2012): 295-319

Michael Schiltz

Kluge Fellow, 2007, University of Leuven
Kluge Center Project: "Building the 'Yen Bloc': financial policy, learning, and search for empire in prewar Japan."
Webcast: A Money Doctor from Japan: Megata Tanetaro in Korea, 1904-1907.

Jennifer Elson Sessions

Kluge Fellow, 2007, University of Iowa
Kluge Center Project: "The culture and politics of colonialism in 19th century France and Algeria, 1830-1851."
Webcast: An Empire for a King: The Conquest of Algeria at Louis-Philippe's Versailles.

Owen Stanwood

Kluge Fellow, 2007, Catholic University of America
Kluge Center Project: "An imperial faith: the Catholic threat and the making of British America, 1678-1713."
Webcast: The Second Great Migration: Religious Refugees and the Remaking of America, 1678-1690

Chitralekha Zutshi

Kluge Fellow, 2007, College of William and Mary
Kluge Center Project: "A Sociocultural history of the Kashmiri shawl."
Webcast: Translating History: Rajatarangini and the Making of India's Past
Lecture: Designed for Eternity: Kashmiri Shawls in the Popular Imagination
Article: "Debating the Past: Academic and Popular Histories in India" Perspectives on History 47.9 (2009)
Article: "'Designed for Eternity': Kashmiri Shawls, Empire, and Cultures of Production and Consumption in Mid-Victorian Britain" Journal of British Studies 48.2 (2009): 220-240

2006

Michael C. Brose

Kluge Fellow, 2006, University of Wyoming
Kluge Center Project: "Social and political roles of Central Asian elites in China after the fall of the Mongol Yuan dynasty."

Subarno Chattarji

Kluge Fellow, 2006, University of Delhi
Kluge Center Project: "Will there be peace again? Vietnamese-American writings in the U.S."
Webcast: Will There Be Peace Again? Some Aspects of Vietnamese Representations of the Vietnam War and its Aftermath
Article: "'The New Americans': The Creation of a Typology of Vietnamese-American Identity in Children's Literature" Journal of American Studies 44.2 (May 2010): 409-428

Kathleen M. Crowther-Heyck

Kluge Fellow, 2006, University of Oklahoma
Kluge Center Project: "Creating Adam and Eve: body, soul and gender in 16th century Germany."

Anne E. A. David

Kluge Fellow, 2006, Anne Arundel Community College
Kluge Center Project: "A new conspectus of old Tamil verb forms."

David W. Del Testa

Kluge Fellow, 2006, Bucknell University
Kluge Center Project: "Paint the trains red: labor, nationalism, and the railroads in French colonial Indochina, 1898-1954."

Maya Jasanoff

Kluge Fellow, 2006, University of Virginia
Kluge Center Project: "British loyalists who fled to various parts of the British Empire during and after the American Revolution."
Webcast: Maya Jasanoff at the 2011 National Book Festival
Webcast: American Loyalists in the Revolutionary World (Mar. 24, 2011)
Web site: Harvard University Faculty Page
Book: Liberty's Exiles: American Loyalists in the Revolutionary World (New York: Knopf, 2011)

Krzysztof Jaskulowski

Kluge Fellow, 2006, University of Wroclaw, Poland
Kluge Center Project: "Anglophone theories of nationalism and the construction of Eastern Europe; the condition of the current debate on nationalism and recent theories explaining the rise of Eastern European nations."
Book: "Nationalism without Nations: Nationalism and Anglophone Social Sciences" (Warsaw: Foundation for Polish Science, 2010)
Blogpost: EU Month of Culture Spotlight: Poland

Marianne Kamp

Kluge Fellow, 2006, University of Wyoming
Kluge Center Project: "Oral histories relating to the collectivization of agriculture by the Soviets in Uzbekistan."

Xiaofei Kang

Kluge Fellow, 2006, St. Mary's College of Maryland
Kluge Center Project: "Contesting the Yellow Dragon: religion, tourism, and local history at China's ethnic borderland."

Tobie Meyer-Fong

Kluge Fellow, 2006, Johns Hopkins University
Kluge Center Project: "Rebellion remembered: violence, community, and commemoration in 19th century China."
Other: Book Review: "What Remains: Coming to Terms with Civil War in 19th century China"
Book: "What Remains: Coming to Terms with Civil War in 19th century China"

Marina Moskowitz

Kluge Fellow, 2006, University of Glasgow
Kluge Center Project: "Seed money: the economies of horticulture in 19th century America."

James E. Sanders

Kluge Fellow, 2006, Utah State University
Kluge Center Project: "Cultural and social history of democratic republicanism across Latin America in the context of the Atlantic world, from its rise in the 1820s until its demise in the 1880s."
Article: "Atlantic Republicanism in Nineteenth-Century Colombia: Spanish America's Challenge to the Contours of Atlantic History" Journal of World History 20.1 (2009): 131-150
Book: The Vanguard of the Atlantic World: Creating Modernity, Nation, and Democracy in 19th Century Latin America (Durham: Duke UP, 2014)

Joel Seltzer

Kluge Fellow, 2006, Skidmore College
Kluge Center Project: "Annals of revolt: Czech city chroniclers and the fashioning of the Bohemian Reformation."
Webcast: Cruelty, Savagery and the Formation of a National Community in the Bohemian Reformation

2005

Harvey Cohen

Kluge Fellow, 2005, University of Maryland
Kluge Center Project: "Duke Ellington's America."
Book: "Duke Ellington's America" (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2010)

Kimberly Coles

Kluge Fellow, 2005, California State University, Bakersfield
Kluge Center Project: "Making sects: women as reformers, writers, and subjects in reformation England."

Mark Fenemore

Kluge Fellow, 2005, Manchester Metropolitan University
Kluge Center Project: "Policing a divided city. Berlin, 1945-1961."
Article: "The Growing Pains of Sex Education in the German Democratic Republic (GDR), 1945-1969" in Shaping Sexual Knowledge: A Cultural History of Sex Education in Twentieth Century Europe, Roger Davidson and Lutz Sauerteig, eds. (London: Routledge, 200
Article: "The Recent Historiography of Sexuality in Twentieth-Century Germany" The Historical Journal 52.3 (2009): 763-779

Leor Halevi

Kluge Fellow, 2005, Vanderbilt University
Kluge Center Project: "Commerce with infidels: economic exchange between Muslims and non-Muslims in the Middle Ages."

Maurice Jackson

Kluge Fellow, 2005, Georgetown University
Kluge Center Project: "Anthony Benezet (1713-1784) and the Atlantic Antislavery Crusade."
Webcast: Anthony Benezet, Father of Atlantic Abolitionism
Lecture: Let This Voice Be Heard: Anthony Benezet, Father of Atlantic Abolitionism
Article: "Diasporan Voices of the African Past: James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw, Quobna Ottobah Cugoano, Olaudah Equinao, and Ignatius Sancho as Sources of African History." The Changing Worlds of Atlantic Africa (Durham, Carolina Academic Press, 2009)
Article: "'Friends of the Negro! Fly with me, The path is open to the sea' Remembering the Haitian Revolution in the History, Music, and Culture of the African-American People" Early American Studies 6.1 (2008): 59-103
Article: "Friends of the Negro! Fly with Me, / The Path Is Open to the Sea": Remembering the Haitian Revolution in the History, Music, and Culture of the African American People
Book: Let This Voice be Heard: Anthony Benezet, Father of Atlantic Abolitionism (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009)
Book: African Americans and the Haitian Revolution: Selected Essays and Historical Documents (London: Routledge, 2009)
Appointment: Maurice Jackson Appointed Chair of D.C. African American Affairs Commission
Panel Discussion: 50th Anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act (C-SPAN, April 11, 2014)

Suk-Young Kim

Kluge Fellow, 2005, Dartmouth College
Kluge Center Project: "Filmed propaganda performances about the family: a comparative study of China and North Korea, 1966-1979."
Webcast: Kim Jong-il and North Korean Films.
Webcast: For the Eyes of the Dear Leader: Fashion and body politics in North Korean Visual Arts.
Lecture: Kim Jong-il and North Korean Films.
Lecture: For the Eyes of the Dear Leader: Fashion and body politics in North Korean Visual Arts.
Web site: UC Santa Barbara Faculty Page
Book: "Illusive Utopia: Theater, Film, and Everyday Performance in North Korea"

Emily Laurence

Kluge Fellow, 2005, Duke University and University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Kluge Center Project: "The single-action harp in the early American republic: a social history."

Rama Mantena

Kluge Fellow, 2005, Brown University
Kluge Center Project: "Language, temporality, and progress in colonial South India."

Krystyn Moon

Kluge Fellow, 2005, Georgia State University
Kluge Center Project: "Performing race: the rise of Asians and Asian Americans in Vaudeville, 1880s-1930s."
Article: "Paper Butterflies: Japanese Acrobats in Mid-Nineteenth Century New England" in Asian Americans in New England, Monica Chiu, ed. (Durham: University of New Hampshire Press, 2009)

Jeanne Nuechterlein

Kluge Fellow, 2005, University of York
Kluge Center Project: "The emergence of Netherlandish oil painting in its historical context and in modern historiography."
Book: Translating Nature into Art: Holbein, the Reformation, and Renaissance Rhetoric (University Park, PA: Penn State Press, 2011)

Scott W. Palmer

Kluge Fellow, 2005, Western Illinois University
Kluge Center Project: "Forging Colossus: monumentality, modernity, and the Soviet-built environment."
Article: "How Memory Was Made: The Construction of the Memorial to the Heroes of the Battle of Stalingrad" Russian Review 68.3 (2009): 373-407

Eleanor Shevlin

Kluge Fellow, 2005, West Chester University of Pennsylvania
Kluge Center Project: "Harrison & Co.'s print corpus and the making of the English novel."

Roy Tsao

Kluge Fellow, 2005, Yale University
Kluge Center Project: "The Political Philosophy of Hannah Arendt."

Olena Yatsunska

Kluge Fellow, 2005, Mykolayiv Branch of Odessa National University
Kluge Center Project: "New electoral system: revolution or evolution of the local government in Ukraine?"

Thomas Zeller

Kluge Fellow, 2005, University of Maryland
Kluge Center Project: "The view from the road in the U.S. and Germany."
Webcast: Consuming Landscapes: Parkways in Germany and the United States, 1920-1970.

2004

Gian-Mario Cao

Kluge Fellow, 2004, Herzog August Bibliothek
Kluge Center Project: "Diogenes Laertius: Medieval and Renaissance 'Fortuna' and bibliography."

Ruth Clements

Kluge Fellow, 2004, Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Kluge Center Project: "Biblical interpretation and Christian-Jewish controversy: interaction, influence, and rhetoric in the 2nd-3rd centuries C.E."

Lu Liu

Kluge Fellow, 2004, University of Tennessee
Kluge Center Project: "Mass migration in wartime China."

Robert Mason

Kluge Fellow, 2004, University of Edinburgh
Kluge Center Project: "America's minority: the Republican Party and the U.S. Electorate from Hoover to Reagan."
Lecture: Richard Nixon and the Quest for a New Majority.
Book: The Republican Party and American Politics from Hoover to Reagan (New York: Cambridge UP, 2012)

Kate Masur

Kluge Fellow, 2004, University of Maryland
Kluge Center Project: "Unworthy of the nation: black rights and the failure of democracy in Civil War-era America."
Lecture: "An Example for All the Land"
Article: "A Rare Phenomenon of Philological Vegetation: The Word Contraband and the Meanings of Emancipation in the United States"
Book: An Example for All the Land: Emancipation and the Struggle over Equality in Washington, D.C. (Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 2010)

Chidibere Nwaubani

Kluge Fellow, 2004, University of Colorado-Boulder
Kluge Center Project: "Nigeria: the politics of decolonization, 1937-1960."

Douglas Slaymaker

Kluge Fellow, 2004, University of Kentucky
Kluge Center Project: "The Japanese imagination of France during the prewar and postwar years."

Temur Temule

Kluge Fellow, 2004, Nanjing University
Kluge Center Project: "Mongolia of the imagination: western travelers in the 19th and early 20th centuries, with special emphasis on Owen Lattimore."
Article: "An Introduction to Liangzhen Sanguan Torgzhi, a Rare Chinese Book Held in the Library of Congress," Chinese Historigraphical Studies 4 (2006)
Article: "An Introduction to Xuan Yun Yue Fa, a Rare Chinese Book Held in the Library of Congress," Ch'inghua Yuanshih (Shanghai: Shanghai Press, 2011)
Article: "Jesus Encountered Yangzu: James Gilmour's Last Missionary Enterprise in Jehol, 1885-1890," Local Culture and Sino-West Encounters (Shanghai: Shanghai Press, 2011)
Book: Temur Temule, ed. Multi-Ethnic China Encounters the West in Borderland China: New Studies Based on Chinese and Western Resources (Shanghai: The Shanghai Pe ople's Press, 2010)

Gillian Weiss

Kluge Fellow, 2004, Case Western Reserve University
Kluge Center Project: "Back from Barbary: French slavery in the early modern Mediterranean."

2003

Mikhail Alexseev

Kluge Fellow, 2003, San Diego State University
Kluge Center Project: "The origins of hostility: migration, insecurity, and ethnic prejudice at the Russia-China border."
Book: Immigration Phobia and the Security Dilemma: Russia, Europe, and the United States (New York: Cambridge UP, 2006)

Gregg Brazinsky

Kluge Fellow, 2003, George Washington University
Kluge Center Project: "Cultural interactions between the US and East Asia during the 20th century and American intellectual and cultural relations with South Korea during the 50s and 60s."

Elspeth Brown

Kluge Fellow, 2003, University of Toronto
Kluge Center Project: "Model Americans: a history of commercial modeling in the United States, 1884-1969."

Anita Callaway

Kluge Fellow, 2003, Australian National University
Kluge Center Project: "The making of American visual culture: the enduring legacy of ephemeral art."

Amy Crumpton

Kluge Fellow, 2003, American Association for the Advancement of Science
Kluge Center Project: "Barry Commoner and Margaret Mead (1958-1968): relations between science, democratic organization, and social change."

Margaret Dikovitskaya

Kluge Fellow, 2003, Columbia University
Kluge Center Project: "Russian imperial colonial attitudes: an analysis of photographs from the Prokudin-Gorskii collection."

Finis Dunaway

Kluge Fellow, 2003, Cornell University
Kluge Center Project: "Thirteen ways of looking at a river: the Mississippi in the American imagination."

Athanase Hagengimana

Kluge Fellow, 2003, Harvard Medical School
Kluge Center Project: "Psycho-social causes of Rwanda genocide."

Eric Jacobson

Kluge Fellow, 2003, University of Sussex
Kluge Center Project: "Papers of Hannah Arendt."
Web site: University of Roehampton Faculty Page

Tomasz Kamusella

Kluge Fellow, 2003, European University Institute, Florence
Kluge Center Project: "Nationalism and the politics of language in East Central Europe during the 19th and 20th Centuries."

Ivan Katchanovski

Kluge Fellow, 2003, George Mason University
Kluge Center Project: "Soviet prisoners' dilemma: the politics of mass terror."

Svetlana Kujumdzieva

Kluge Fellow, 2003, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Kluge Center Project: "A cross-cultural study of the Oktoechos: John of Damascus, John Koukouzeles, Chrysaphes the New."
Article: "In Searching for the Earliest Oktoechoi: The Book of the Tropologion" Musica Antiqua 14 (2009): 55-65
Article: "Music during the Early Old-Bulgarian Time Once Again (Reconsidering the Sources from the 9th to the 13th Century)" Cyrillo-Methodian Studies 18 (2009)
Article: "The Field of Old Bulgarian Music - the Changing Perspectives" Bulgarian Musicology 3.4 (2009): 10-20

Gerardo Leibner

Kluge Fellow, 2003, University of Tel Aviv
Kluge Center Project: "Ideology, action, and social views of the Uruguayan Communist Party, 1945-1973."

Carol S. Matthews

Kluge Fellow, 2003, Johnson County Community College
Kluge Center Project: "Race, ethnicity, and American exceptionalism in American sectarian religious texts, including histories of American sectarian movements, Mormon materials, and Spiritualist journals produced in the United States since 1830."

Marcy Norton

Kluge Fellow, 2003, George Washington University
Kluge Center Project: "American offerings: tobacco and chocolate in the Spanish Empire, 1492-1700."

Julia D. Shevchenko

Kluge Fellow, 2003, European University, St. Petersburg
Kluge Center Project: "Parliamentary autonomy in post-communist countries: a comparative study."

Jacqueline Stewart

Kluge Fellow, 2003, University of Chicago
Kluge Center Project: "Race film at the crossroads: style, segregation, and the films of Spencer Williams, 1928-1948."

Man Shun Yeung

Kluge Fellow, 2003, University of Hong Kong
Kluge Center Project: "Western image of Canton (Guangzhou) and its inhabitants, 1760-1860."

2002

Anne E.B. Coldiron

Kluge Fellow, 2002, Louisiana State University
Kluge Center Project: "Between Caxton and Tottel: Verse Translation from French 1476-1557 and Earlier English Renaissance Poetry"
Web site: Florida State University Faculty Page
Book: "English Printing, Verse Translation, & the Battle of the Sexes, 1476-1557"

Helgard Mahrdt

Kluge Fellow, 2002, Danish Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, Copenhagen
Kluge Center Project: "Hannah Arendt's Political Thinking in the Mirror of Her Literary Portraits"
Appointment: Kluge Center Welcomes Arriving Scholars Starting in July and August, 2002

Pamela Swett

Kluge Fellow, 2002, McMaster University
Kluge Center Project: "Selling Under the Swastika: The Refashioning of German Advertising after 1933"
Appointment: Kluge Center Welcomes Arriving Scholars Starting in July and August, 2002

Andrei Znamenski

Kluge Fellow, 2002, Alabama State University
Kluge Center Project: "Athabaskan Indians and Russian Orthodoxy (1840s-1917)"

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