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.
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Astrobiology Symposium: “Preparing for Discovery”
September 18-19, 2014
Astrobiology Chair Steven Dick convened scientists, historians, philosophers and theologians for a two-day symposium to explore how humanity might prepare for the discovery of microbial, complex or intelligent life beyond Earth.
About the event
Astrobiology at the Kluge Center
"Real Realpolitik: A History"
Kissinger Chair John Bew used the Library of Congress collections and his residency at the Kluge Center to research and write the first English-language book on the history of realpolitik.
Lecture: John Bew on Realpolitik
Read the profile of John Bew in The Washington Diplomat
Marie Arana Awarded L.A. Times Book Prize
The former Kluge scholar and member of the Library of Congress Scholars Council received the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for best biography of 2013 for “Bolivar: An American Liberator.” The book was extensively researched and written at the Kluge Center. Read more
Lecture: Marie Arana on Simón Bolívar
About the book | About Marie Arana
Scholar Spotlight: Joshua Caffery, Lomax Fellow
Opportunities for Scholars
The Kluge Center invites and welcomes top scholars from around the world to conduct residential research at the Library of Congress through 12 senior chair positions and numerous post-doctoral and doctoral fellowships. Learn more, apply
About The John W. Kluge Center
Through the vision and generosity of John W. Kluge, the Kluge Center welcomes top scholars in the humanities and social sciences from around the world to conduct research in the Library of Congress collections and engage in dialogue with policymakers and the public.
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“How the Discovery of Life Beyond Earth Will Transform Our Thinking”
With Astrobiology Chair Steven Dick, October 30, 2014
Henry A. Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy and International Relations
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Baruch S. Blumberg NASA/Library of Congress Chair in Astrobiology
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Kluge Fellowships in Digital Studies
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June 30, 2014 (14-115)
Origins of the Tet Offensive, 1958 Referendum in French West Africa Subject of July Lectures
May 27, 2014 (14-091)
Kluge Center Hosts Astrobiology and Theology Discussion June 18