Current Scholars in Residence
Visiting Fellow, 2017, Independent Scholar, "America's Greatest Library: An Illustrated Chronology of the Library of Congress."
Kluge Staff Fellow, 2022, Library of Congress, "The Ambiguities of Robert Purvis"
Visiting Fellow, 2023, University of Rio de Janeiro, "'They Live One Hundred and Fifty Years': The Trope of Longevity and Epidemic Diseases Across the Early Modern Atlantic"
Kluge Fellow, 2022, Tehran University of Art, "The Opening Carpet Page Design in Iranian and Indian Lithographed Books of the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century and Its Impact on Central Asian Book Design"
JRRI Fellow, 2022, University of Manchester, "Women, Water Security, and Peace in Liberia: An African Ecofeminist Perspective"
UK Research and Innovation Fellow, 2022, University of Cambridge, "The Development of the Pennsylvania Council of Censors and the Debate on the Separation of Powers in the Revolutionary Atlantic"
Kluge Fellow, 2021, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, "Politics of Reason: Eighteenth-Century Freethinking from Britain to the United States."
Kluge Fellow, 2022, Southern Methodist University, "An Honest Man: The Inimitable Presidency of John Adams"
Kluge Fellow, 2022, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, "Transnational Collaborations and Cultural Representations in the Development of the South American Folk Music Collections at the Library of Congress"
Kluge Fellow, 2022, Miami University, "Breadwinner Soldiers: Gender and the Making of the Modern Middle East in the Ottoman First World War"
ACLS Burkhardt Fellow, 2020, Cornell University, "A Nation at Risk: Private Insurance and the Law in Modern America"
Carnegie Chair in US-Russia Relations, 2023, Columbia University, "The Limits of Power in Putin's Russia"
Article One Fellow, 2021, University of Pennsylvania, "The Restrictive Rule Revolution in the U.S. House of Representatives and Its Implications on the Future of Deliberation in the U.S. Congress"
Digital Studies Fellow, 2020, SUNY Brockport, "The Garden in the Machine: Folk Music & Technology in the USA, 1900-Present"
ACLS Burkhardt Fellow, 2021, William and Mary, "Like We're Meeting the Ancestors: Connecting Mi'Kmaw Families, Places, and Stories on Nova Scotia's Chignecto Peninsula"
Kluge Fellow, 2022, Virginia Tech, "The Credibility Cartel: Extra-Governmental Organizations in US National Security Politics"
Kluge Fellow, 2021, American Association for State and Local History, "Lives in Liberty: George Washington Former Slaves and a Saga of Black Freedom in America"
British Research Council Fellow, 2020, University of Bristol, "Wetlands in Literature: John Clare and Henry David Thoreau"
Kluge Chair in American Law and Governance, 2023, Cornell University, "The Growing Rural-Urban Political Divide and Its Impact on American Democracy"
Alberto Ortiz Diaz
David B. Larson Fellow in Health and Spirituality, 2021, University of Iowa, "Raising the Living Dead: Rehabilitative Corrections in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean"
British Research Council Fellow, 2022, University of the Arts London, "Indigenous Artic Fish Skin Heritage"
Kluge Fellow, 2022, Rhodes University, "Ellison and South Africa"
Benji de la Piedra
Visiting Fellow, 2021, Independent Scholar, "The Hero and the News: Albert Murray, Herbert Denton, and Ralph Ellison on the Act of Covering American Unrest"
Kluge Fellow, 2022, Texas A&M University, "Porous Mountains: Transimperial Mobility in the Russian Empire's Caucasus"
Kluge Chair in Countries and Cultures of the North, 2022, University of Pennsylvania, "The Choices We Make: The Roots of Modern Freedom"
David B. Larson Fellow in Health and Spirituality, 2022, Independent Scholar, "The Epidemiology of Racism: Towards a Healing Pedagogy for Anti-Racism Education"
Kluge Fellow, 2022, Independent Scholar, "The Search for Salvation in the Second World War"
Fergus Selsdon Games
British Research Council Fellow, 2022, Cambridge University, "Imagining Progress: John Dewey and Democracy in Postwar America"
British Research Council Fellow, 2022, University of Reading, "Women of Violence: Challenging Perceptions of Enslaved Women's Resistance in the Antebellum US South"
Laura Shearing Turner
Kluge Fellow 2020, University of Chicago, "Old Time Music: A Modern American Phenomenon"
British Research Council Fellow, 2022, University of Exeter, "My Life as I Remember It: Subjectivities, Memory, and Narrative in British Working-Class Women's Self-Representation in the 20th Century"
Henry Alfred Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy and International Relations, 2022, Georgetown University, "The Causes and Consequences of Nuclear Escalation Risk in World Politics"a"
Kluge Fellow, 2022, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, "Evolution in Times of Revolution: Darwinism, Nature, and Society in the Soviet Union"
NASA/LC Chair in Astrobiology, 2023, Bowling Green State University, "Disability in Space"
Kluge Staff Fellow, 2022, Library of Congress, "Long-term Stewardship of Nuclear and Other Hazardous Materials Sites"
British Research Council Fellow, 2019, Northumbria University, "The Black Press and the Built Environment in Chicago"
Kluge Fellow, 2020, University of British Columbia, "Defending Democracy: A Political History of Propaganda from Abroad"
Jay I. Kislak Chair for the Study of the History and Cultures of the Early Americas, 2022, University of Oregon, "Visual Lexicon of Aztec Hieroglyphs"
Kluge Fellow, 2021, Howard University, "Constitutional Hardball: Congressional Partisanship and Negotiation in Historical Context"