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The John W. Kluge Center brings together scholars and researchers from around the world to stimulate and energize one another, to distill wisdom from the Library's rich resources, and to interact with policymakers and the public.

The John W. Kluge Center
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Current Opportunities

Jon B. Lovelace Fellowship for the Study of the Alan Lomax Collection
Deadline: Extended to March 1

Kluge Staff Fellowship
Deadline: April 1

J. Franklin Jameson Fellowship in American History
Deadline: April 1

David B. Larson Fellowship in Health and Spirituality
Deadline: April 17

Lucianne Walkowicz Named Fifth Chair in Astrobiology

Lucianne WalkowiczAs the fifth Baruch S. Blumberg NASA/Library of Congress Chair in Astrobiology, Lucianne Walkowicz she began her tenure October 1, 2017, and will be in residence for 12 months. Walkowicz will work on a project titled “Fear of a Green Planet: Inclusive Systems of Thought for Human Exploration of Mars.”
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The Kluge Prize

The Kluge Prize for Achievement in the Study of Humanity recognizes individuals whose outstanding scholarship in the humanities and social sciences has shaped both public affairs and civil society. The Prize is ordinarily a $1 million award. View winners

The Kluge Center on C-SPAN

Interviews with Kluge scholars plus lectures and scholarly programs. Watch

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Interviews with Kluge scholars about their research. Read

About John W. Kluge

John W. KlugeThe Kluge Center is enabled through the vision and generosity of the late philanthropist John W. Kluge.

More about the Kluge Center
Read the Kluge Center charter

Upcoming Events

1619 and the Making of America
This symposium aims to answer how we can create historical accessibility to the meaning of 1619 when most of America has no understanding of its significance.
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