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Past Resident Scholars

Christine Adams
Mellon Fellow, 1999, Saint Mary's College, "The Society for Maternal Charity in 19th century France."

Matthew Stephen Adams
British Research Council Fellow, 2008, University of Manchester, "Kropotkin beyond Kropotkin: The Anarchisms of Herbert Read and Murray Bookchin."

Emma Adlard
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, Kings College London, "Elizabeth Coolidge's patronage of early twentieth century French musical culture."

Yury Afanasiev
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2003, Russian State University, "Old and new drives in Russian foreign policy."

Mustafa Aksakal
Mellon Fellow, 2004, American University, "Defining Ottoman public opinion on the eve of World War I."
Kluge Fellow, 2009, American University, "Imperialism on the periphery: The Ottomans in the age of European empire, 1856-1914."

Muhammed Bin Naji Al-Qinai
Scholar in Residence, 2002, Kuwait Institute for Judicial and Legal Studies, "Arab law colloquium."

Robert Albro
Mellon Fellow, 2003, American University, "Popular contortions: the politics of misrecognition and modern Bolivian publics."

Sylvia Albro
Kluge Staff Fellow, 2001, Library of Congress, Conservation Division, "History of hand paper-making in Fabriano, Italy from the 13th century to the present."

Leonard Aldea
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, University of Durham, "Moscow to New York via Paris: The return of eastern orthodoxy in the West in the 20th century."

Jeffrey Alexander
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2008, Yale University, "Performative aspects of U.S. presidential campaigns."
Book: "The Dark Side of Modernity"
Book: "The Performance of Politics: Obama's Victory and the Democratic Struggle for Power"
Book: "Trauma: A Social Theory"
Appointment: Jeffrey C. Alexander Named Distinguished Visiting Scholar at Library of Congress John W. Kluge Center
Webcast: Obama's Victory and the Democratic Struggle for Power

Mikhail Alexseev
Kluge Fellow, 2003, San Diego State University, "The origins of hostility: migration, insecurity, and ethnic prejudice at the Russia-China border."

Jennifer Allan
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, "An Exploration of the presentation of the female body in vernacular visual media at times of crises in the history of modern Japan."

Edward Allen
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University of Cambridge, "The poetics of twentieth-century sound technologies."

Alden Almquist
Kluge Staff Fellow, 2002, Library of Congress, Copyright Office, "Indigenous knowledge and practices as resources in the preservation of wildlife and biodiversity in Africa."
Webcast: "Preserving Africa's Threatened Wildlife: Forest Peoples and Indigenous Knowledge"

Patrick Andelic
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University of Oxford (St. Anne's College), "Beyond the new deal order: Debating the democratic future in an 'age of conservatism' 1972-80."

Mark D. Anderson
Kluge Fellow, 2007, University of Georgia, "The fruits of disaster: cultural responses to catastrophe in Latin America."
Book: Disaster Writing: The Cultural Politics of Catastrophe in Latin America
Lecture: 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

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

Maroun Aouad
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2008, Director of Research, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, "Philosophy of public discourse in Medieval Islam and its modern political debates."
Webcast: "Arab Medieval Philosophers' Doctrines on War"
Lecture: Arab Medieval Philosophers' Doctrines on War.

Marie Arana
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2009, Independent Scholar, "The life of Simon Bolivar."
Webcast: "Bolivar: American Liberator" (Jun. 6, 2013)
Blogpost: An Interview with Marie Arana
Appointment: Author Marie Arana Named Distinguished Visiting Scholar
Lecture: Celebration of 400th Anniversary of "Royal Commentaries" by El Inca Garcilaso de la Vega
Webcast: Celebration of the 400th Anniversary of The Royal Commentaries of the Inca

Hernan Arauz
Kislak Fellow in American Studies, 2010, The American University, "To create a description and interpretive catalog of early maps of Panama and Darien."
Webcast: Early Cartography of Panama & Darien.

Mohammed Arkoun
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2005, University of Paris, La Sorbonne, "Islamic studies."

Genaro Arriagada
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2009, Universidad de las Americas, "Energy policy issues in the Western hemisphere."

Wendy Asquith
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University of Liverpool, "Haiti in art: Creating and curating in the Black Atlantic."

K.S. Shankar Bajpai
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2009, Delhi Policy Group, Inc., "The origin and evolution of Indo-American relations."
Appointment: K. Shankar Bajpai Named Distinguished Visiting Scholar

Renzo Baldasso
Kluge Fellow, 2009, Newberry Library, "Erhard Ratdolt and the visual dimension of early printed books."

Jeffrey Bale
Mellon Fellow, 1997, Lewis and Clark College, "Codename 'Gladio': clandestine anti-communist stay-behind networks and paramilitary violence in Cold War Europe, 1950-1990."

Paul Barclay
Scholar in Residence, 2003, independent scholar.

Enikő Molnár Basa
Kluge Staff Fellow, 2003, Library of Congress, Serial Records Division, "Useful and didactic nature of contemporary Hungarian literature and its direction in the 21st century."

Richard Bater
British Research Council Fellow, 2013, King's College London, "Hydropolitik, or the Love of Abstraction."

Emily Baughan
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University of Bristol, "Save the children:The Construction of international humanitarian responsibility in Britain, 1918-1939."

Toni Baum
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, The School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, "Performing and transforming identities in Israel-Palestine."

Christopher Bayly
Kluge Chair in Countries and Cultures of the South, 2005, Cambridge University, "Emergence and transformation of liberal ideas among the intelligentsia of India."
Appointment: Press Release

Simon Behrman
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, Birkbeck College, University of London, "Between law and politics: Sanctuary movements."

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

Alice Bellini
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, Cambridge University, "Aspects of meta-theatre in 18th century Italian opera."

Sergei Belyakov
Fulbright Fellow, 2006, independent scholar, "Developing a humanities website portal for the National Library of Russia and the St. Petersburg State University."

Ruth Ben-Ghiat
Mellon Fellow, 1999, New York University, "Italian film between fascism and democracy."

Carol Benedict
International Studies Fellow, 2004, Georgetown University, "Golden-silk smoke: a social and cultural history of tobacco consumption in China, 1550-2000."

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

Stephanie Berns
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Kent, "Sacred Engagements-Exploring the Interrelationship between Religion, Objects and Visitors in Museums."

John Bew
Henry Alfred Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy and International Relations, 2013, King's College London, "Anglo-American Realpolitik in Theory and Practice: A Historian's Guide to the Twenty-First Century."
Book: "Castlereagh: A Life"
Book: "Castlereagh: Enlightenment, War and Tyranny"
Book: "Talking to Terrorists: Making Peace in Northern Ireland and the Basque Country"
Book: "The Glory of Being Britons: Civic Unionism in Nineteenth-century Belfast"
Web site: "The Return of Realpolitik": A Three-Part Series
Appointment: John Bew Named Kissinger Chair at John W. Kluge Center
Web site: King's College London Faculty Page
Article: Library of Congress Scholar Dissects Return of ‘Realpolitik’ (The Washington Diplomat, May 2014)
Other: Press Release: Three-Part Lecture Series at the Kluge Center Looks at Foreign Policy Through the Lens of Realpolitik

Christopher Bishop
Kluge Fellow, 2012, Australian National University, "Medievalism and the Modern Comic Book."

Art Blake
Coca Cola Fellow, 2004, Ryerson University, "Sound and the City: Post-1945 New York and Toronto."

Tara Blake-Wilson
British Research Council Fellow, 2009, Goldsmiths, University of London, "Recording Bali in 1938."

Jason Blokhuis
Kluge Fellow, 2012, University of Waterloo - Ontario, "Public Educational Authority and Children's Rights from a Parens Patriae Perspective."
Lecture: "A Teacher's Guide to Education Law" (Dec. 11, 2013)
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)
Lecture: "Student Rights and the School Environment from a Jurisprudential Perspective" (Jun. 27, 2013)

John Bloxham
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Nottingham, "The Use and Reception of Greek Thought in US Conservative Literature- 1930-1965."

Johanna Bockman
Kluge Fellow, 2008, George Mason University, "The socialist origins of neoliberalism."
Webcast: Yugoslav Socialism in Latin America

Rachel Bohlmann
J. Franklin Jameson Fellow in American History, 2008, Newberry Library, "The Woman's Christian Temperance Union in Chicago."

Lucy Bond
British Research Council Fellow, 2009, Goldsmiths College, University of London, "The stagnation of commemoration: A meta-critical analysis of American memorial culture after 9/11."

William A. Booth
British Research Council Fellow, 2009, Institute for the Study of the Americas, University of London, "Mexican communism 1945-53: Rare texts, film and microfilm."

Petros Bouras-Vallianatos
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, King's College London, "Byzantine Pharmacology in the 13th and 14th Centuries: An Assesment of Its Role as an Intermediary between Oriental and Western Pharmacological Traditions."

Fatim Boutros
Bavarian Fellow, 2011, FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg, "Representation of presence in Jazz culture."

Francesca Bratton
British Research Council Fellow, 2013, Durham University, "Hart Crane's Publications in Avant-Garde American Modernist Little Magazines."
Blogpost: Francesca Bratton on Hart Crane

Gregg Brazinsky
Kluge Fellow, 2003, George Washington University, "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."

Miguel Bretos
Kislak Fellow in American Studies, 2010, Independent Scholar, "Cuba and Florida: Exploration on a historical connection, 1539-1991."
Webcast: Cuba & Florida: Exploration on a Historical Connection, 1539-1991
Webcast: Cuba & Florida: Exploration on a Historical Connection, 1539-1991

Rebecca Brienen
Kluge Fellow, 2010, University of Miami, "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.

Asa Briggs
Kluge Chair in Countries and Cultures of the North, 2005, independent scholar, "A comparative history of American and British broadcasting."

Sean Brocklebank
British Research Council Fellow, 2008, University of Edinburgh, "Architecture as a public good: status competition in urban environments."

Adriana M Brodsky
Kluge Fellow, 2011, St. Mary's College of Maryland, "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)”

Daniel Brook
Black Mountain Fellow, 2010, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, "Windows on the West: The architecture of modernization in St. Petersburg, Shanghai, Mumbai, and Dubai."
Other: Book Review
Other: Book Review
Webcast: Building Model Modernities in Shanghai & Mumbai.
Webcast: Building Model Modernities in Shanghai & Mumbai.

Alice Brooke
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, Merton College, University of Oxford, "The religious drama of Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz."

Nathan Brooks
Mellon Fellow, 1999, New Mexico State University, "Social contexts of Dmitri Mendeleev's involvement in controversies that stirred Russian society during the 19th century."

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

Christopher Brown
British Research Council Fellow, 2009, University of Oxford, "The Republican party and isolationism between 1945 and 1960."

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

Judith Margaret Brown
Scholar in Residence, 2003, independent scholar.

Madisson Brown
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, Birbeck College, University of London, "Gendering the women's movement: Prostitution and women's higher education in Britain and America 1830-1900."

Peter Brown (4th Kluge Prize, 2008)
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2008, Princeton University, "A Parting of the ways: Wealth, working and poverty in early Christian monasticism."

Juliet Bruce
David B. Larson Fellow in Health and Spirituality, 2004, Executive Director, Institute for Transformation through the Arts, "The theory and practice of creative self-expression for healing, especially for those affected by violence, underachievement, and marginalization."

Geert Buelens
Kluge Fellow, 2007, Utrecht University, "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.

Sam Burgess
British Research Council Fellow, 2013, University of Oxford, "Faith and Politics in the West: A Burkean Analysis of Lockean Liberalism."

Adam Burns
British Research Council Fellow, 2008, University of Edinburgh, "Race, immigration and US imperialism: William Howard Taft and East Asian Policy, 1900-1921."

Clarissa Burt
Rockefeller Fellow in Islamic Studies, 2003, American University in Cairo, "Felicity's parting: imitation, trope and gender in classical Arabic poetry."

Mark Byers
British Research Council Fellow, 2013, University of Oxford, "Charles Olson and Late Modernist Print Culture 1940-1955."

Joshua Caffery
Alan Lomax Fellowship in American Folklife, 2013, Independent Scholar, "Ride les Blues: The Lomaxes and the Traditional Music of Coastal Louisiana."
Lecture: "Joe Féraille: Louisiana's Ogun and the Casey Jones of the North Caribbean" (Apr. 23, 2014)
Book: "Traditional Music in Coastal Louisiana: The 1934 Lomax Recordings"
Article: Caffery's work eases access to a historic collection of photos
Blogpost: The Lomaxes’ 1934 French Louisiana Recordings Go Online

Ilona Cairns
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Aberdeen, "From Theory to Practice: An International Viewpoint on the Incorporation of Critical Perspectives on Legal Reform into the Codification Process."

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

Ozgur Can
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, Lancaster University, "Investment and human rights: the doctrine of state responsibility, extra-territorial protection of human rights and financial institutions."

Gian-Mario Cao
Kluge Fellow, 2004, Herzog August Bibliothek, "Diogenes Laertius: Medieval and Renaissance 'Fortuna' and bibliography."

Zuoya Cao
Mellon Fellow, 1999, Lincoln University, "Out of the crucible: literary works about the lives of Zhiqing."

Ernesto Capello
Visiting Fellow, 2012, Macalester College, "The Economic, Scientific, and Artistic Impact of the 1901-1906 French Geodesic Mission to Ecuador."
Book: "City at the Center of the World: Space, History, and Modernity in Quito"
Lecture: "Imagining the Equator: Commemorative Geodesic Science in the Andes, 18th-20th centuries" (Nov. 7, 2013)
Lecture: "Latin America Encounters Nelson Rockefeller" (Sept. 30, 2013)
Web site: Macalester College Faculty Page
Web site: Scholar Profile: Ernesto Capello

Christopher Capozzola
J. Franklin Jameson Fellow in American History, 2004, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, "Uncle Sam wants you: Citizenship and obligation in World War I America."

Eleanor Capper
Kluge Fellow, 2010, University of Liverpool, "Government activism and consumer politics in the U.S., 1933-2008."

Toni Carbo
Madison Council Fellow in Library and Information Science, 2002, University of Pittsburgh, "Information ethics and policy related to electronic government in the United States and the European Union."
Webcast: Information Ethics: Challenges for Library and Information Science Professionals.

Fernando Henrique Cardoso
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2004, former President of Brazil, "Socio-political aspects of contemporary Brazil."
Webcast: The Need for Global Democratic Governance: The Perspective from Latin America (Kissinger Lecture).

Ruth Cardoso
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2004, former first lady of Brazil, "Socio-political aspects of contemporary Brazil."

John Carlson
Kislak Fellow in American Studies, 2005, Director of the Center for Archaeoastronomy, "Mayan flasks and miniature vessels: a comprehensive study with catalog/database."
Appointment: Press Release

Peter J Carroll
International Studies Fellow, 2003, Northwestern University, "Changing significance of suicide as a social phenomenon in China during the first half of the 20th century."

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

Robert L Carter
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2002, United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, "Memoirs."
Lecture: A Matter of Law: A Memoir of Struggle in the Cause of Equal Rights
Webcast: A Matter of Law: A Memoir of Struggle in the Cause of Equal Rights.
Lecture: Brown v. Board of Education

Gerhard Casper
Kluge Chair in American Law and Governance, 2006, Stanford University, "Max Weber and definitions of democracy."
Webcast: Caesarism in Democratic Politics: Reflections on Max Weber.
Appointment: Press Release

Manuel Castells
Kluge Chair in Technology and Society, 2012, University Professor and the Wallis Annenberg Chair in Communication Technology and Society at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, "Communication Technology."
Blogpost: Scholar Manuel Castells on Social Movements

Daniel Cattell
British Research Council Fellow, 2009, University of Exeter, "The contexts of controversial religious literature in late Elizabethan and early Jacobean England."

C. Andrew Causey
Mellon Fellow, 1998, Columbia College Chicago, "Historical documents related to the Toba Bataks of North Sumatra, Indonesia."

Jonathan Chandler
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University College London, "The Continental Army and American identities, 1775-1783."

Michael Chang
International Studies Fellow, 2003, George Mason University, "Local perspectives on the Southern tours: state-society relations in 18th century China."

Subarno Chattarji
Kluge Fellow, 2006, University of Delhi, "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

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

Xiaomei Chen
Mellon Fellow, 1998, Ohio State University, Columbus, "Acting the right part: cultural performance in contemporary China."

James F. Childress
Cary and Ann Maguire Chair in Ethics and American History, 2009, University of Virginia, "'Public bioethics' and 'The possibilities and limitations of a reconstructed just-war theory."
Lecture: "Respecting Conscience, Protecting Patients: Unresolved Tensions in American Health Care."
Appointment: James F. Childress Appointed to Maguire Chair in American History and Ethics at John W. Kluge Center
Webcast: Respecting Conscience, Protecting Patients.

Jorge Chinea
Mellon Fellow, 1999, Wayne State University, "The quest for freedom: manumission prospects for maritime Maroons in the Hispanic Caribbean."

Eva Chou
International Studies Fellow, 2002, City University of New York, Baruch College, "Lu Xun cuts his queue: writing, politics, and identity in early 20th century China."

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

David Christian
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2009, San Diego State University, "Inner Eurasia and collective learning."
Article: "The Anthropocene: Are We There Yet?"
Appointment: Press Release
Webcast: The Anthropocene: Are We There Yet?

George Chrousos
Kluge Chair in Technology and Society, 2011, National Institutes of Health, and Athens University Medical School, "The profound impact of stress on contemporary humanity."
Webcast: Dignity of the Human Person
Appointment: George Chrousos Named to Kluge Chair in Technology and Society
Webcast: Inside Compassion: Edge States, Contemplative Interventions, Neuroscience
Lecture: The Profound Impact of Stress

Archbishop Chrysostomos of Etna
David B. Larson Fellow in Health and Spirituality, 2005, Center for Traditional Orthodox Studies, "A therapeutic approach to mental illness that incorporates Eastern Orthodox Hesychastic spiritual exercises into traditional psychoanalytical methodologies."

Amanda Ciafone
Kluge Fellow, 2012, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, "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: Scholar Profile: Amanda Ciafone
Web site: University of Illinois Faculty Page

Gemma Clarke
British Research Council Fellow, 2007, Cambridge University, "Drug assisted sexual assault in England, Wales and the U.S."

John L. Clarke
British Research Council Fellow, 2009, Kingston University, "A comparative study of US and UK approaches to sustainable architecture to encourage proenvironmental learning and behaviour."

Mark Clayden
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, University of Oxford, "Music, timbre, color in Fin-de-Siecle Vienna, and the music of Alexander Zemlinsky."

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

Frans and Marilyn Coetzee
Mellon Fellow, 1997, independent scholar, "Defining the nation: citizenship, nationalism and war in Germany and Britain, 1914-19."

Harvey Cohen
Kluge Fellow, 2005, University of Maryland, "Duke Ellington's America."

Judith Cohen
Alan Lomax Fellowship in American Folklife, 2010, York University, "Alan Lomax in Spain."

Anne E.B. Coldiron
Kluge Fellow, 2003, Louisiana State University, "Between Caxton and Tottel: verse translation from French 1476-1557 and earlier English Renaissance poetry."

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

Anna Collar
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, University of Exeter, "Networks of innovation and the spread of religious influence in the Roman Empire."

Bronwen Colquhoun
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, Newcastle University, "How does 'Flickr the Commons' support community engagement and what are the implications for the appreciation and understanding of the photographic?"

Laura Considine
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, Aberystwyth University, "An Examination of US-Soviet Union/Russia Nuclear Arms Control."

Theodore Cook
Mellon Fellow, 1998, William Paterson University, "The Japanese soldier's experience of War, 1937-1945: violence, citizenship, and the individual in modern Japan's lost war."

Sara-Louise Cooper
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Oxford, "The Development of Nabokov's Autobiography."

Tim Cooper
British Research Council Fellow, 2013, University of Edinburgh, "Race and Anglo-American Relations: The Role of Racial Attitudes in Interaction Between Britain and the US over East Asia, 1895-1914."

Chiara Cordelli
British Research Council Fellow, 2008, University College of London, "The Public/Private distinction: What should we take to be the boundaries of the private vs. public sphere in relation to human rights provisions?"

Tom Cordiner
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, University of Cambridge, "Zionism and British political culture since 1945."

Oliver Cox
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University of Oxford, "Anglo-American Anglo-Saxonism: Alfred the Great and late eighteenth-century politics in the Atlantic world."

Paul Crego
Kluge Staff Fellow, 2007, Library of Congress, Regional and Cooperative Cataloging Division, "History of Abkhazia and the Abkhazians."
Webcast: Abkhazia and the New Cold War

Robert Crews
International Studies Fellow, 2003, American University, "A faith for the Tsar: Islam, community, and the state in Imperial Russia."

Kevin Crosby
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University of Leicester, "Truth-generation and the jury in nineteenth-century America."

Kathleen M. Crowther-Heyck
Kluge Fellow, 2006, University of Oklahoma, "Creating Adam and Eve: body, soul and gender in 16th century Germany."

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

Rory Crutchfield
British Research Council Fellow, 2009, University of Glasgow, "Memorializing American culture through the collection of folk music."

Farr A Curlin
David B. Larson Fellow in Health and Spirituality, 2011, University of Chicago, "Medicine and Religion."
Lecture: Of All the Physicians is there a Physician? Irony in the Practice of Medicine

Anne E. A. David
Kluge Fellow, 2006, Anne Arundel Community College, "A new conspectus of old Tamil verb forms."

Jennifer R Davis
Kluge Fellow, 2011, The Catholic University of America, "Charlemagne's practice of empire."

James Day
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, Courtauld Institute of Art, "Studies in Art History Writing and Revision of Whistlers' Art History."

Kirsty Day
British Research Council Fellow, 2013, University of Leeds, "The Identities of Franciscan Dynastic Nunneries in the Polish Dukedoms c. 1245-1322."

Derrick de Kerckhove
Harissios Papamarkou Chair in Education, 2003, Director, McLuhan Program in Culture & Technology at the University of Toronto, "Education and the digital future."
Lecture: I Sing the Body Electric
Lecture: Managing Knowledge and Creativity in a Digital Context.
Harissios Papamarkou Chair in Education, 2007, Director, McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology at the University of Toronto, "Education and the digital future."
Moderation of the Digital Native Series: "Open Source Reality" with Douglas Rushkoff, New York University
Moderation of the Digital Native Series: "The Anthropology of YouTube" with Michael Wesch, Kansas State University on YouTube as: "An Anthropological Introduction to YouTube"
Moderation of the Digital Native Series: Edith Ackerman, "The Anthropology of Digital Natives"
Moderation of the Digital Native Series: Stephen Berlin Johnson, "Everything Bad Is Good for You"

Claudia Deetjen
Bavarian Fellow, 2009, University of Bayreuth, "Towards an 'integrated' ethics of nature: reading contemporary indigenous literatures of North America as ethical criticism."

Mario Del Pero
Kluge Fellow, 2007, Universita di Bologna (UNIBO), "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

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

Francis Mading Deng
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2005, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University, "Somalia: north and south."
Lecture: African dilemmas of self-determination: Lessons from Sudan.
Webcast: African Dilemmas of Self-Determination: Lessons from the Sudan.
Appointment: Press Release
Lecture: Sudan: A Nation in Turbulent Search for Itself.
Webcast: Sudan: A Nation in Turbulent Search for Itself.

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

Marcy Dinius
Kluge Fellow, 2008, University of Delaware, "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"

Beatriz Domingues
International Studies Fellow, 2001, Federal University of Juiz de Fora, MG, Brazil, "Materializing public memory: national identity and cultural institutions in modern Peru."

Monica Dominguez Torres
Kluge Fellow, 2008, University of Delaware, "Armorials of the Anahuac: the production, regulation and consumption of indigenous heraldy in 16th century Mexico."
Webcast: Early Colonial Mexico

Sirio Canos Donnay
British Research Council Fellow, 2013, University College London, "A Comparative Study of the Relationship Between Power, Landscape, and Settlement Patterns in West African Precolonial States."

Aleksandra Duda
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, University of Birmingham, "Youth activism as the driving force behind the development of democratic opposition campaigns and peaceful revolutions."

Marianna Dudley
British Research Council Fellow, 2009, University of Bristol, "Greening the Ministry of Defence: An environmental history of the Defence Estates since 1945."

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

Raymond Dwek
Kluge Chair in Technology and Society, 2007, Director of the Glycobiology Institute at Oxford University., "The environment, specifically the desertification or absence of water and the 'real Green Line,' the rehabilitated land in the Negev, the desert region of Israel. Public health, specifically the acceleration of the development of an AIDS vaccine. University/industry relationships: does commercialization of research results threaten a university's principal mission?"
Webcast: Commercializing University Research.
Webcast: Eradicating HIV and Hepatitis B.
Article: George Washington and the First Mass Military Inoculation.
Appointment: Press Release
Article: The Other Green Line and the Sweetest Tomato in the World.

Matthew Dziennik
British Research Council Fellow, 2008, University of Edinburgh, "The Highland military in the British Atlantic world, 1754-1783."

Carolyn Eastman
J. Franklin Jameson Fellow in American History, 2004, University of Texas, Austin, "A nation of speechifiers: Oratory, print and the making of a gendered American public, 1780-1830."

Myles Eastwood
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Cambridge, "The American Invasion, or: How Early Twentieth Century Blues 78s Influenced the LPs of the 1960s British Blues Revival."

Sophie Eastwood
British Research Council Fellow, 2009, University of Cambridge, "Lifestyle, geography, and juvenile crime."

Max Edelson
Kislak Fellow in American Studies, 2007, University of Illinois, "The Transformation of geographic consciousness in colonial British America."
Webcast: Mapping the New Empire: Britain's General Survey of North America, 1763-1782.

Ahmed El-Khamlichi
Scholar in Residence, 2002, Director, Royal Law Institute, Rabat, Morocco, "Arab law colloquium."

Awad El-Mor
Scholar in Residence, 2002, Chief Justice of the Egyptian Supreme Constitutional Court (1991-1999), "Arab law colloquium."

David Ellis
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of York, "Mapping a Transatlantic Network: the Theory and Practice of Community Action in Great Britain and the United States, 1960-1980."

Jean Bethke Elshtain
Cary and Ann Maguire Chair in Ethics and American History, 2003, University of Chicago, "Harry Potter, St. Augustine and the confrontation with evil."
Lecture: Harry Potter, St. Augustine and the Confrontation with Evil.
Webcast: Harry Potter, St. Augustine and the Confrontation with Evil.

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

Alex Elwick
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, Newcastle University, "Non-formal learning in museums and galleries."

James Emmott
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, Birkbeck College, University of London, "Alexander Graham Bell and vocal physiology."

Alexander Evans
Henry Alfred Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy and International Relations, 2011, Independent scholar, "Pakistan's Strategic Culture and U.S. Foreign Policy Goals."
Appointment: Alexander Evans Named Henry Alfred Kissinger Scholar
Other: Alexander Evans to Discuss U.S.-Pakistan Relations, Nov. 17
Other: Contemporary Diplomacy Panel at Kluge Center, Dec. 1

Markus Faltermeier
Bavarian Fellow, 2010, Ludwig-Maximilians-University, "The Thomistic natural law in American Catholicism during the 20th century."

Julia Farley
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, University of Leicester, "Networks of exchange at the edge of empire: Trade in colonial encounters in North America c. AD 1600-1775."

Ann Farnsworth-Alvear
Mellon Fellow, 1997, University of Pennsylvania, "The practice of community in the Colombian Choco."

Lawrence Feldman
Kislak Fellow in American Studies, 2005, independent scholar, "The Last days of the English colony of West Florida."

Blenda Femenias
International Studies Fellow, 2001, Brown University, "Materializing public memory: national identity and cultural institutions in modern Peru."

Mark Fenemore
Kluge Fellow, 2005, Manchester Metropolitan University, "Policing a divided city. Berlin, 1945-1961."

Tanya Filer
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University College London, "A history of the secret in Argentina, 1946-2010."

Lucy Fletcher
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Reading, "Narrative in Plutarch's Parallel Lives and the Limits of Narratological Analysis."

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

James Ford
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Nottingham, "The Art of Nationhood in the U.S. Capitol and Palace of Westminster Decorative Schemes."

Benjamin Fordham
Henry Alfred Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy and International Relations, 2010, Binghamton University, "The Domestic politics of world power, 1890-1945."
Appointment: Benjamin Fordham Named Henry Kissinger Scholar in Kluge Center
Webcast: Protectionist Empire: Trade, Tariffs & U.S. Foreign Policy, 1890-1914.

Elisabeth Forster
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Oxford, "Fu Sinian's New Culture Movement."

Martyn Frampton
Visiting Fellow, 2014, Queen Mary University, "Bew's Seminar on Realpolitik"

Matthew Francis
British Research Council Fellow, 2008, University of Leeds, "The Move to violence: A Matrix of the factors involved in the move from religious belief to violent action."

Michael Francis
Kislak Fellow in American Studies, 2009, University of North Florida, "Murder and martyrdom in the Spanish Florida borderlands, 1565-1617."
Webcast: Murder & Martyrdom in Spanish Florida: Don Juan & the Guale Uprising of 1597

Teresa Franco
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University of Oxford, "Giovanni Guidici among his American poets."

John Hope Franklin (3rd Kluge Prize, 2006)
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2001, James B. Duke Professor Emeritus of History at Duke University, "Memoirs."
Kluge Prize 2006: Announcement
Lecture: Historian John Hope Franklin and Judge Robert L. Carter Discuss Brown v. Board of Education.
Webcast: Mirror to America: The Autobiography of John Hope Franklin.
Webcast: Where Do We Go From Here?

Matthias Freidank
Bavarian Fellow, 2009, Ludwig Maximilians Universitat, "Shame and the politics of emotion in African-American literature."

Aaron Friedberg
Henry Alfred Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy and International Relations, 2001, Princeton University, "The United States as an Asian power 1787-2002."
Webcast: The United States as an Asian Power: 1787-2002.

Joel Frykholm
Kluge Fellow, 2012, Stockholm University, "George Kleine and the Transformation of Cinema."
Webcast: The Lost Tycoon: George Kleine

Juliane Furst
British Research Council Fellow, 2013, University of Bristol, "Flowers Through Concrete: An Exploration of the Soviet Hippieland 1967-1980."

Louis Galambos
Cary and Ann Maguire Chair in Ethics and American History, 2005, Johns Hopkins University, "The Creative society -- and the Price Americans Paid for It."
Webcast: Business in History
Lecture: Louis Galambos to Discuss “The Creative Society and the Price Americans Paid for It,” June 13
Appointment: Press Release
Other: Promotional Flier

Stuart Galloway
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University of Leicester, "The American Equal Rights Association and the pursuit of universal suffrage, 1866-1870."

Dmitry Galtsin
Fulbright Fellow, 2011, Library of Russian Academy of Science, "The Fall of New England."
Webcast: A Train of Disasters: Puritan Reaction to New England Crisis of 1680-90s

Susan Garfinkel
Kluge Staff Fellow, 2010, Library of Congress, "This separation forced upon us: Philadelphia's Free Quakers and the culture of revolution."
Webcast: This Separation Forced upon Us: Philadelphia's Free Quakers and the Culture of Revolution

Frances Garrett
David B. Larson Fellow in Health and Spirituality, 2007, University of Toronto, "Religious healing and the history of medicine in pre-17th century Tibetan literature."
Webcast: Death, Rebirth and Being Human in Tibetan Buddhism

Mark W Geiger
Kluge Fellow, 2011, University of Sydney, "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: Flier: “When Insider Trading was Legal”

Pamela Geller
Kislak Fellow in American Studies, 2006, independent scholar, "Embodied texts: the messages encoded in Maya bodies."
Lecture: Ancient bodies: A Humanistic Bioarchaeology of the Pre-Columbian Maya

Yasemin Gencer
Swann Fellowship, 2009, Indiana University, "Pushing out Islam: Cartoons of the reform period in Turkey (1918-1928)."

Andrew Gentes
Kluge Fellow, 2009, University of Queensland, "George Kennan and the Russian nihilists."

Ekaterina Gerasimova
Fulbright Fellow, 2009, National Library of Russia, "The library of grand duke Vladimir Alexandrovich (1847-1909)."
Lecture: "Russian Imperial Bindings as artifact and a key for reconstruction of the Imperial Libraries."
Webcast: Russian Imperial bindings as artifact and a key for reconstruction of the Imperial libraries.

Sharon Ghamari-Tabrizi
David B. Larson Fellow in Health and Spirituality, 2010, Independent Scholar, "Tracking the meaning of presence."

Armenuhi Ghambaryan
International Research and Exchanges Board Fellow, 2002, National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia, "U.S. policy towards Armenia between 1918 and 1920."

Philip Gichuru
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, Lancaster University, "A Systemic Review of Methodology for the Development of Child Health Assessment Tools."

Chad Goldberg
J. Franklin Jameson Fellow in American History, 2005, University of Wisconsin, "Citizens and paupers: civic inclusion, race and the American welfare state."

Victor Goldgel-Carballo
Kluge Fellow, 2012, University of Wisconsin, Madison, "New Media in Early 19th Century Latin America: The Emergence of a Transatlantic Cultural Market."

Risa L Goluboff
ACLS Burkhardt Fellow, 2012, University of Virginia, "People out of Place: The Sixties, the Supreme Court, and Vagrancy Law."

Laura Gotkowitz
ACLS Burkhardt Fellow, 2011, University of Iowa, "Trials without End: Political Violence and Democracy in Bolivia after World War II."

Seth Graebner
International Studies Fellow, 2001, Washington University, St. Louis, "History from above: looking at the city in Paris and Algiers."

Andrew Graham
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2006, Balliol College, "Radio, TV and a viable internet business model."

Wesley Granberg-Michaelson
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2012, Independent, "How Will the Growth of the Non-Western Church Shape the Future of World Christianity and the Quest for Christian Unity?"
Webcast: The Pilgrimage of World Christianity: A Post-Christian West and the non-Western Church
Appointment: Wesley Granberg-Michaelson Named Distinguished Visiting Scholar at John W. Kluge Center

Nicholas G. Grant
British Research Council Fellow, 2009, University of Leeds, "African-Americans, gender, and the global networks of black self determination, 1940-1960."

James Griffiths
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Manchester, "A Study of American Perceptions of Iran and Anglo-Iranian Relations 1835-1989."

Kelle Groom
Black Mountain Fellow, 2011, Black Mountain Institute, University of Nevada, "Thomas Green: The Last Surviving Wampanoag Indian on the Bass River."
Webcast: The Quiet People: A Memoir

Claudia B. Haake
Kluge Fellow, 2007, University of York, "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

Armen Hachikyan
Fulbright Fellow, 2003, Armenian State Pedagogical University, Yerevan, "Woodrow Wilson's policies towards Armenian self-determination during the period of the Versailles Peace Conference."

Amirul Hadi
Rockefeller Fellow in Islamic Studies, 2005, State Institute of Islamic Studies Ar-Raniry, Banda Aceh, Indonesia, "War and peace among a Muslim people of Sumatra: a study of Acehnese Hikayat Prangs (heroic poems)."

Mathias Haeussler
British Research Council Fellow, 2013, University of Cambridge, "Helmut Schmidt and Anglo-German Relations."

Athanase Hagengimana
Kluge Fellow, 2003, Harvard Medical School, "Psycho-social causes of Rwanda genocide."

Leor Halevi
Mellon Fellow, 2003, Vanderbilt University, "Death, Ritual and Society in the Early Muslim World"
Kluge Fellow, 2005, Vanderbilt University, "Commerce with infidels: economic exchange between Muslims and non-Muslims in the Middle Ages."

Joan Halifax
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2011, Upaya Institute and Zen Center., "Buddhism in America."
Article: "A Heuristic Model of Enactive Compassion" (Current Opinion in Supportive and Palliative Care, 2012)
Webcast: Dignity of the Human Person
Webcast: Inside Compassion: Edge States, Contemplative Interventions, Neuroscience
Appointment: Joan Halifax Named Distinguished Visiting Scholar at Kluge Center
Conference: The Profound Impact of Stress

Andrew Hammond
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, University of Warwick, "Ronald Reagan, George W. Bush and Afghanistan: An analysis of 'freedom' in US foreign policy."

Michael Hardy
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, Kings College, London, "The Diffusion of Ciceronian rhetoric in 18th Century Anglo-American political literature."

Adam Harper
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Oxford, "Home Recorded, Lo-Fi Popular Music: The Construction of an Aesthetic."

Katherine Harper
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, University of York, "Periodicals and the literary circle of Frances Taylor,"

Katherine Harrison
British Research Council Fellow, 2007, Lancaster University, "The Statue of Liberty as a paradoxical icon of U.S. sovereignty and global democracy."
Visiting Fellow, 2009, University of Chester, "An Analysis of the mushroom cloud in U.S. visual culture."

Ben R. Harvey
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Leicester, "Transatlantic Comparisons, Local Welfare, 1750-1900."

Osman Hassan
British Research Council Fellow, 2007, University of Birmingham, "Understanding U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East after 9/11: theory and practice in the 'forward strategy for freedom in the Middle East.'"

Vaclav Havel
Kluge Chair in Modern Culture, 2005, former President of the Czech Republic, "The Castle: Reflections on My Strange Life as a Fairly-Tale Hero. (Memoir)"
Webcast: The Emperor Has No Clothes.
Lecture: The Emperor has no clothes.
Kluge Chair in Modern Culture, 2006, Former President of the Czech Republic, "The Castle: Reflections on My Strange Life"

Jeffreen Hayes
Swann Fellowship, 2010, College of William and Mary, "Real talk: Interrogations of blackness and whiteness in African-American post-soul visual and popular culture."

John E. Haynes
Kluge Staff Fellow, 2009, Library of Congress - Manuscript Division, "Creation of an annotated concordance and index for the Alexander Vassiliev notebooks and the Venona decryptions."
Web site: Scholar Profile: John E. Haynes
Webcast: Spies: The Rise and Fall of the KGB in America

Donna Hemens
Black Mountain Fellow, 2007, University of Nevada, "The Accompong maroons of Jamaica."

Jasmin Hepburn
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Edinburgh, "French Legal Thought in Early Modern Europe: a Study of Consilia and Costumes."

Edwin Hercock
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Sussex, "Self-Erasing Ekphrasis: A Comparative Study of Wallace Steven's Object Poetics."

Miguel Hernandez
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Exeter, "Fighting Fraternaties: The Ku Klux Klan and Freemasonry in 1920s America."

John Hessler
Kluge Staff Fellow, 2011, Library of Congress, "Editing Justinian's Corpus: The Paul Krueger Archive in the Law Library of Congress."

Diarmuid Hester
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Sussex, "Passionate Destruction, Passionate Creation: Art and Anarchy in the Work of Dennis Cooper."

Alexander Hidalgo
Kislak Fellow in American Studies, 2009, University of Arizona, "The Imaginary frontier: Cartography and ideology in New Spain, 1600-1800."
Webcast: The Map in Garb: Clothing and Cartography in Spanish America.
Webcast: The Map in Garb: Clothing and Cartography in Spanish America.

Lawrence Antony Hill-Cawthorne
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University of Oxford, "International law and the procedural regulation of internment in non-international armed conflicts."

Alexander Hinchliffe
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, University of Nottingham, "The hegemonic construction of 'American' identity and difference in the early years of the Cold War particularly through 1950s Hollywood cinema."

William Hitchcock
Henry Alfred Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy and International Relations, 2012, University of Virginia, "The Age of Eisenhower: America in the World in the 1950s."
Lecture: The Ike Age: Eisenhower, America and the World of the 1950s
Appointment: William Hitchcock Named Kissinger Chair at John W. Kluge Center

Victor Hobson
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, University of East Anglia, "The context of the development of the blues within jazz."

Jennifer L. Hochschild
Kluge Chair in American Law and Governance, 2010, Harvard University, "Politics and ideology of genomic science."
Webcast: Dignity of the Human Person
Appointment: Jennifer Hochschild Appointed to Chair in American Law and Governance in John W. Kluge Center
Webcast: The Political Implications of Human Genomics

Jack Holland
British Research Council Fellow, 2007, University of Warwick, "American, British and Australian foreign policy discourse in the 'War on Terror.'"
Article: "Foreign Policy and Political Possibility"
Article: "Video Use and the Student Learning Experience in Politics and International Relations"
Web site: University of Surrey Faculty Page

Holger Hoock
Kluge Fellow, 2009, University of Liverpool, "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.

Alastair Horne
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2005, independent scholar, "Henry Kissinger papers."

Sara Hourani
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, University of Essex, "The principle of good faith in international trade: A comparative study of good faith in the CISG [contracts for the international sale of goods], in English contract law and in Jordanian contract law."

Michael Howard
Kluge Chair in Countries and Cultures of the North, 2003, University of Texas, "The Invention of Peace"
Lecture: Philip Bobbitt and Sir Michael Howard discuss Bobbitt's book The Shield of Achilles: War, Law and the Course of History.
Webcast: The Shield of Achilles: War, Law and the Course of History.

Sabrina Huettner
Bavarian Fellow, 2010, University of Wuerzburg, "Towards a more perfect union? American political plays and democracy, 1980-2008."

Nichola Jane Hunt
British Research Council Fellow, 2008, Oxford Brookes University, "Nameless Victims? The Extent of Nazi Human Experiments on Russians in World War II."

Pamela Hunt
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, School of Oriental & African Studies, "Configurations of Masculinity and Realms of Agency in post-1989 Chinese Fiction."

Shigemi Inaga
Kluge Chair in Modern Culture, 2006, International Research Center for Japanese Studies in Kyoto, Japan, "Comparative literature and culture and the history of cultural exchange."
Lecture: Modern Japanese Arts and Crafts in Kyoto: From Asai Chu to Yagi Kazuo.
Webcast: Modern Japanese Arts and Crafts in Kyoto: From Asai Chu to Yagi Kazuo.
Appointment: Press Release

Isabella Jackson
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, University of Bristol, "Managing Shanghai: The International settlement administration and the development of the city, 1900-1943."

Maurice Jackson
Kluge Fellow, 2005, Georgetown University, "Anthony Benezet (1713-1784) and the Atlantic Antislavery Crusade."
Book: "Let This Voice be Heard: Anthony Benezet, Father of Atlantic Abolitionism"
Panel Discussion: 50th Anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act (C-SPAN, April 11, 2014)
Webcast: Anthony Benezet, Father of Atlantic Abolitionism
Lecture: Let This Voice Be Heard: Anthony Benezet, Father of Atlantic Abolitionism
Appointment: Maurice Jackson Appointed Chair of D.C. African American Affairs Commission

Nicholas Jackson
British Research Council Fellow, 2009, University of Cambridge, "Readers and spiritual participation in Christian texts."

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

Samuel Charles James
British Research Council Fellow, 2008, University of Cambridge, "Writing the History of Thought in Britain and the US, 1945-2005."

Toby James
British Research Council Fellow, 2007, University of York, "Comparative electoral reform in the USA."

Maya Jasanoff
Kluge Fellow, 2006, University of Virginia, "British loyalists who fled to various parts of the British Empire during and after the American Revolution."
Book: "Liberty's Exiles: American Loyalists in the Revolutionary World"
Web site: Harvard University Faculty Page

Krzysztof Jaskulowski
Kluge Fellow, 2006, University of Wroclaw, Poland, "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."

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

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

Laura Jones
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, University of Wales, "Conspiracy theory after September 11."

Sophie Jones
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, Birbeck College, University of London, "Embryological display, pre-natal narratives and the space-time of American modernity."

Jenna Weissman Joselit
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2007, Princeton University, "The variety of cultural forms in which the Ten Commandments appear in American culture."
Lecture: Holy Moses! A Cultural History of the Ten Commandments in Modern America.
Webcast: Holy Moses! A Cultural History of the Ten Commandments in Modern America.
Appointment: Press Release

Peter Just
Bavarian Fellow, 2012, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat, "An Intellectual History of the U.S. Military after the End of the Cold War."

Peter Kalliney
Visiting Fellow, 2012, University of Kentucky, "Transatlantic Modernism and the Emergence of Postcolonial Literature."
Book: "Commonwealth of Letters: British Literary Culture and the Emergence of Postcolonial Aesthetics"

Anastasia Kalyuta
Kislak Fellow in American Studies, 2011, The Russian Museum of Ethnography, "Comparing land tenure patterns among Mexica-Tenochca and Acolhua nobility on the eve of the Spanish conquest and in the early colonial period."

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

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

Karen Karbiener
Kluge Fellow, 2009, New York University, "Walt Whitman and New York: The urban roots of Leaves of Grass."

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

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

Renata Keller
Kluge Fellow, 2013, Boston University, "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

Andrew Kerr
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Lincoln, "Heroes and Villains: Reality and Imagination (part of an Arts and Humanities Research Council project entitled Comics and the World Wars: A Cultural Record."

Adeeb Khalid
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2010, Carleton College, "Between empire and revolution: Soviet Central Asia, 1917-1932."
Appointment: Adeeb Khalid Named Distinguished Visiting Scholar in the Kluge Center
Webcast: The Making of Soviet Central Asia, 1917-1932.

Ekaterina Khmelnitskaya
Fulbright Fellow, 2011, The State Hermitage Museum, "Russian emigre artists in the US in the 1920s: Their careers and influence on American Art."
Lecture: The Creative Legacy of Russian Émigré Sculptors and Their Porcelain Chefs-d'œuvre

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

Matthias Klestil
Bavarian Fellow, 2012, University of Bayreuth, "The Development of an Environmental Consciousness in African-American Literature."
Panel Discussion: Panel of Scholars to Examine the Human Relationship to the Environment and its Moral Implications

Jurgen Kocka
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2010, Social Science Research Center (Berlin), "Sociology and German history."
Lecture: "History as a Way of Life: Jürgen Kocka in Conversation with Klaus Larres"
Webcast: History as a Way of Life: Jurgen Kocka in Conversation with Klaus Larres.

Morton Kondracke
Kemp Scholar in Political Economy, 2011, independent scholar, "The Jack Kemp legacy."
Webcast: "Jack Kemp: A Congressman Who Changed America" (Jun. 4, 2013)
Webcast: "Jack Kemp: A Congressman Who Changed America" (Jun. 4, 2013)
Webcast: Jack Kemp, An American Idealist
Webcast: Jack Kemp, An American Idealist
Appointment: Morton Kondracke Named to Jack Kemp Chair in Political Economy
Appointment: Morton Kondracke Named to Jack Kemp Chair in Political Economy
Lecture: Morton Kondracke to Discuss the Life and Career of Jack Kemp
Lecture: Morton Kondracke to Discuss the Life and Career of Jack Kemp
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2013, Independent Scholar, "The Jack Kemp legacy."
Book: "Saving Milly: Love, Politics, and Parkinson's Disease"

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

Sergii Kot
Fulbright Fellow, 2008, The Ukranian Center of Historical & Cultural Monuments Law, "The US policy concerning the restitution of cultural artifacts to the Ukraine after WWII."

Nico Kuhlmann
Bavarian Fellow, 2013, University of Bayreuth, "Biopiracy, Benefit-Sharing and Patent Law."

Svetlana Kujumdzieva
Kluge Fellow, 2003, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, "A cross-cultural study of the Oktoechos: John of Damascus, John Koukouzeles, Chrysaphes the New."
Kluge Fellow, 2009, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, "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

Charles Kupchan
Henry Alfred Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy and International Relations, 2007, Georgetown University, "Factors that make for peace among groups."
Paper: "Watching from Across the Divide." International Herald Tribune. Paris: Apr 18, 2007. pg. 6.
Web site: Charles Kupchan at the Council on Foreign Relations - from Council on Foreign Relations website.
Lecture: Dead Center: The Collapse of Bipartisanship and Its Implications for U.S. Foreign Policy.
Webcast: Dead Center: The Collapse of Bipartisanship and Its Implications for U.S. Foreign Policy.
Paper: Grand Strategy for a Divided America.
Appointment: Press Release
Paper: Putin's 'Bolt from Blue' on Missile Defense Highlight of G8 Conference" from Council on Foreign Relations website.
Paper: Strengthen Regional Cooperation.
Paper: The 50th Anniversary of the EU: Re-launch Immediately To Counter the Risk of Disaggregation.

Marek Kwiek
Scholar in Residence, 2003, independent scholar.

Charles Laderman
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, University of Cambridge, "Theodore Roosevelt and the Humanitarian Tradition in American Diplomacy, 1894-1920."

Celso Lafer
Kluge Chair in Countries and Cultures of the South, 2005, University of São Paulo, Brazil, "Decision making in foreign policy."

Amanda Lahikainen
Kluge Fellow, 2012, Brown University, "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

Nelly Lahoud
Rockefeller Fellow in Islamic Studies, 2005, Goucher College, "Islamic political claims."
Webcast: The Jihadis' Path to Self-Destruction.

David Laitin
Kluge Chair in Countries and Cultures of the North, 2010, Stanford University, "Islam in Europe."
Appointment: David Laitin Named to Kluge Center Chair in Countries and Cultures of the North
Webcast: One Muslim is Enough!

Melanie Lamotte
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Cambridge, "Colour Prejudice in the Early Modern French Empire: A Comparative Study of Louisiana, Guadeloupe and Ile Bourbon, c.1635-1756."

Julia Langbein
Swann Fellowship, 2012, University of Chicago, "Salon Caricature in Paris, 1840-1881."

Klaus Larres
Henry Alfred Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy and International Relations, 2002, Queen's University, Belfast, "The United States and the 'Unity of Europe': a comparative analysis of American policy-making and European integration in the post-1945 and post-1990 eras."
Article: "What Crimea's History Can Teach Us About Crimea's Future" (Foreign Policy, 2014)
Webcast: Churchill's Cold War: The Politics of Personal Diplomacy
Webcast: Downward Course: European-American Relations from the 1970s to the Present
Lecture: Downward Course: European-American Relations from the 1970s to the Present.
Appointment: Press Release
Webcast: Roundtable Discussion on Transatlantic Relations During the 1970's, afternoon session
Webcast: Roundtable Discussion on Transatlantic Relations During the 1970's, morning session
Article: Scholar Says Transatlantic Rift Can Be Repaired
Webcast: Statecraft and America's Position in the World
Article: Winston Churchill's Cold War
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2009, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland; Johns Hopkins University -SAIS, "The U.S. and the unity of Europe: Transatlantic relations during the Cold War and the post-Cold War years."
Lecture: "History as a Way of Life: Jürgen Kocka in Conversation with Klaus Larres"
Lecture: "Three Presidents, Three Policies: Nixon, Bush, Obama and Europe."
Webcast: History as a way of life: Jurgen Kocka in conversation with Klaus Larres.
Webcast: Politics of Nixon & Obama

Libby Larsen
Harissios Papamarkou Chair in Education, 2003, Independent, "The global 'green room': an attempt to identify the soul of contemporary America's culture."
Appointment: Press Release
Lecture: The Concert Hall That Fell Asleep and Woke up as a Car Radio.

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

Karen Leal
Kluge Fellow, 2008, St. John's University, "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."

Peter Leavenworth
J. Franklin Jameson Fellow in American History, 2008, University of New Hampshire, "Accounting for taste: the early American music business and secularization in music aesthetics, 1720-1825."

Christopher Lee
Kluge Fellow, 2011, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, "Making a world after empire: The 1955 Asia-Africa conference in Bandung, Indonesia."

Sonia Lee
Kluge Fellow, 2013, Washington University in St. Louis, "Diagnosing Difference: Psychiatrists and the Medicalization of Political Dissent, 1945-1980."
Web site: Washington University in Saint Louis Faculty Page

Melvyn P. Leffler
Henry Alfred Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy and International Relations, 2005, University of Virginia, "The Cold War: why it started, why it lasted as long as it did, and, why it ended when it did."
Appointment: Press Release
Lecture: Retreat from Armageddon? Khrushchev, Kennedy, Johnson and the Elusive Quest for Peace.
Webcast: Retreat from Armageddon? Khrushchev, Kennedy, Johnson and the Elusive Quest for Peace.

Althea Legal-Miller
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, King's College London, "Eyes on the girl: African American girlhood and the visual politics of racial equality."
Lecture: The Stockade: A Visual Culture Analysis

Don Leggett
British Research Council Fellow, 2008, University of Kent, "What shapes a ship? The Cultural construction of US naval science, 1880-1914."

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

David Levy
Harissios Papamarkou Chair in Education, 2005, University of Washington, "Managing knowledge and creativity in a digital context."
Webcast: Mindful Work and Technology.
Webcast: Reading: From the Fixed Page to Movable Electrons .

Jonathan Levy
ACLS Mellon Fellow, 2009, Princeton University, "The ways of providence: capitalism, risk and freedom."
Book: Freaks of Fortune: The Emerging World of Capitalism and Risk in America

Lu Liu
Kluge Fellow, 2004, University of Tennessee, "Mass migration in wartime China."

Aleksandra Loewenau
British Research Council Fellow, 2008, Oxford Brookes University, "Victims of National Socialism: East European survivors of the holocaust."

Emma Login
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Birmingham, "Contemporary War Memorial Processses: Memorialization of Those Previously Excluded from the Conflict Narrative."

Helen Longlands
British Research Council Fellow, 2009, Institute of Education, University of London, "Men, masculinites, and fatherhood in global corporations: The American context."

Jennifer Loughmiller-Newman
Kislak Fellow in American Studies, 2009, University of New York at Albany, "Mayan ceramics and the chemical and physical analysis of residues and decomposition."
Appointment: 2009 Short Term Kislak Fellowship appointment
Webcast: Kislak Ceramics: Drugs, Drinks, and Ritual Goods, Actual or Imaginary Content?

W. Roger Louis
Kluge Chair in Countries and Cultures of the North, 2010, University of Texas, Austin, "The British Empire in the Middle East, 1952-1971."
Lecture: The European Colonial Empires in Asia and Africa.
Appointment: William Roger Louis Named to John W. Kluge Center Chair for Countries and Cultures of the North

Jason Loviglio
J. Franklin Jameson Fellow in American History, 2003, University of Maryland, "The intimate public: network radio and mass mediated democracy."

Robin Lovin
Cary and Ann Maguire Chair in Ethics and American History, 2011, Southern Methodist University, "Moral Deliberation and Political Realism."
Appointment: Robin Lovin Named to the Cary and Ann Maguire Chair in Ethics and American History

David Low
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, Independent Scholar, "Armin Wegner's photographs of the Armenian genocide, 1915-16, with reference to other photographic representations of Armenians in the Ottoman empire."

Ricardo V. Luna
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2011, Independent Scholar, "The Persistence of the Inter-American Ideal, 1800 to 2000."
Other: Contemporary Diplomacy Panel at Kluge Center, Dec. 1
Webcast: Expedition to the Equator: A Scientific Adventure Story
Webcast: The Americas' Idylls: The Quest for an Elusive Continental Ideal
Other: “The Quest for an Elusive Continental Ideal” Lecture, Dec. 8

Adrienne Lundgren
Kluge Staff Fellow, 2012, Library of Congress, "The Photographs of F. Holland Day: Creating a Materials-Based Catalogue Raisonne for Photography."

Sergio Lussana
British Research Council Fellow, 2008, University of Warwick, "Band of brothers: Enslaved masculinity and friendship in the antebellum South."

Dimitry Lyubin
Fulbright Fellow, 2008, The State Hermitage Museum (St. Petersburg, Russia), "U.S. artist colonies at the end of the 19th and beginning of 20th centuries and U.S. heraldry."
Webcast: Artist colonies in Europe and the United States at the turn of the 20th century

Duncan MacInnes
Visiting Fellow, 2011, U.S. Department of State, "New Media and Public Diplomacy."

Iain Maciver
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University of Edinburgh, "Revolutionary governorship: A comparative study of the nature of executive power in Massachusetts and Virginia."

Anneliese Mackintosh
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, University of Glasgow, "Deafness and blindness: literature and experience, 20th century and beyond."

Kelly Maddox
British Research Council Fellow, 2013, Lancaster University, "Japanese Imperialism in the Context of Genocide."

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

Deirdre Mahony
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, Kings College, London, "The seeds of barbarism: Arendt and Anders on Totalitarianism."

David Makarenko-Smith
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, University of Manchester, "The post 9/11 transformation of the goals and methods of American foreign and security policy."

Leora Maltz-Leca
Swann Fellowship, 2010, Rohde Island School of Design, "William Kentridge: Process as metaphor and other doubtful enterprises."

Rama Mantena
Kluge Fellow, 2005, Brown University, "Language, temporality, and progress in colonial South India."

Oksana K Marafioti
Black Mountain Fellow, 2012, University of Nevada Las Vegas, "Dvoeverie: The Roots of Magical Realism in Russia."

David Marquiss
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, King's College London, "Interaction and Exchange Between Acoustic Guitarists in the Early Twentieth Century Sounthern United States."

Sharon Marrinan
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, Middlesex University, "Incorporating gender consciousness into HIV prevention education for Latin American immigrants to the UK."

Robert Mason
Kluge Fellow, 2004, University of Edinburgh, "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.

Kate Masur
Kluge Fellow, 2004, University of Maryland, "Unworthy of the nation: black rights and the failure of democracy in Civil War-era America."

Daniel Matlin
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, Cambridge University, "African-American intellectuals and the urban crisis, 1960-1975."

Carol S. Matthews
Kluge Fellow, 2003, Johnson County Community College, "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."

William F. May
Cary and Ann Maguire Chair in Ethics and American History, 2007, University of Virginia, "The new Manichaeism: the religious construal of the shift in political anxiety in the West."
Other: Book Discussion
Webcast: Containing Runaway Fear in Foreign Policy: Recovering Our National Identity.
Webcast: Fears and Appetites in American Politics
Appointment: William F. May Appointed to Maguire Chair in American History at the John W. Kluge Center

Theodore E. McCarrick
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2011, Independent Scholar, "The role of religion in diplomacy: Responsibilities of religious leaders to work for peace and to care for the world's poor."
Other: Cardinal McCarrick to Present “The ‘Amman Message’: A Magisterium for Islam?”
Appointment: Cardinal Theodore McCarrick Named Distinguished Visiting Scholar in the John W. Kluge Center
Other: Contemporary Diplomacy Panel at Kluge Center, Dec. 1
Webcast: Dignity of the Human Person
Webcast: The Amman Message: A Magisterium for Islam?

John McKeane
British Research Council Fellow, 2008, St. Anne's College, Oxford University, "The Call to come outside: Maurice Blanchot and the political."

Helen McKee
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, Newcastle University, "Maroons, Creeks and the role of 'free' societies in the Atlantic world."

Amanda McKeever
British Research Council Fellow, 2007, University of Sussex, "The restless dead and notions of eternity in early modern Britain and France."

Joanne McKenzie
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, Durham University, "All One in Christ Jesus? English Evangelical Identity and Social Class."

Cassandra McLuckie
British Research Council Fellow, 2013, University of Leeds, "A Comparative Analysis between Aspects of American and British Sexual Cultures Post-1960."

Helen Melling
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, King's College London, "Colourful customs and invisible traditions: Visual respresentation of liberated Black culture in post-independence Peruvian national identity (1820s-1880s)."

Jacqueline Messing
Kislak Fellow in American Studies, 2008, University of South Florida, "Identity, ideology and social change in 16th century Tlaxcala."
Webcast: Ethnography, Identity and Ethnohistory: Studying Narrative in Contemporary and Colonial Tlaxcala, Mexico

Manuella Meyer
David B. Larson Fellow in Health and Spirituality, 2012, University of Richmond, "National Melancholia: Madness, State, and Society in Rio de Janeiro, 1808-1940."
Lecture: "Psychiatry and Brazilian Republicanism, 1889-1930" (Mar. 6, 2014)
Blogpost: A Study of Mental Health
Web site: Scholar Profile: Manuella Meyer
Web site: University of Richmond Faculty Page

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

Georgia Michael
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Birmingham, "The Iconography of God the Father and the Holy Trinity in Illuminated Manuscripts, A.D. 550-720."

Justin Mihoc
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, Durham University, "Church Beginnings in the Interpretation of the Church: Early Patristic Interpretation of Acts 15."

Suzana Milevska
Fulbright Fellow, 2004, Museum of the City of Skopje, Macedonia, "Photographic representation of gender differences of Balkan immigrants to the United States during the late 19th and early 20th centuries."

Peter Mills
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, Oxford Brookes University, "Plots, terror and secret forces: The Culture of political conspiracy in the U.S, 1880-1918."

Gemma Mitchell
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK, "Heritage smells! The modern materials challenge."

C. Raja Mohan
Henry Alfred Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy and International Relations, 2009, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, "India and foreign policy in a new global order."
Lecture: Panel on US and Sino-Indian Maritime Rivalry
Appointment: Press Release
Webcast: The United States and Sino-Indian Maritime Rivalry.

Sarah Moody
British Research Council Fellow, 2008, University of Lincoln, "How school history curriculum is shaped and taught in the U.S."

Krystyn Moon
Kluge Fellow, 2005, Georgia State University, "Performing race: the rise of Asians and Asian Americans in Vaudeville, 1880s-1930s."

Stephen Moonie
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, University of Essex, "The crisis of the easel picture circa 1958-1962."

Christopher Moran
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University of Warwick, "Landscape of secrecy: The CIA and the contested record of US foreign policy, 1947-2001."
Webcast: Ian Fleming, James Bond & the Public Perception of the CIA

Linda Stiber Morenus
Kluge Staff Fellow, 2008, Library of Congress Preservation Division, "Color printing in the Italian 16th-17th century chiaroscuro woodcuts of the Library of Congress' Pembroke Album: the relation between the artist's technique and style."
Lecture: Chiaroscuro woodcut printing in 16th - 17th century Italy: Technique in relation to artistic style
Article: Linda Stiber Morenus Selected Kluge Staff Fellow

Benjamin Morgan
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University College London, "'Bad' Writing: The Hot Springs Common-Place in Pre-1918 Fiction."

Jennifer Morgan
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Salford, "Frances Wright and the Female Editor in Owenite Socialist Print Culture: The New Harmony Gazette and The Free Enquirer."

Richard Morgan
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University College London, "Scientific Thought and the Making of Modern Anarchism: The Intersection of Science and Politics in Nineteenth and Early-Twentieth Century Anarchism."

Gwilym Morus
British Research Council Fellow, 2009, Bangor University, "Political prophecy in early modern Wales."
Webcast: The Evolution of Welsh Music

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

Jean-Francois Mouhot
Marie Curie Fellowship, 2011, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (Paris), "An environmental history of Haiti."

Anthony Mullan
Kluge Staff Fellow, 2005, Library of Congress, Humanities and Social Sciences Division, "Travel and exploration in Hispanic America, 1600-1900: a selective and annotated guide to original materials in special collections of the Library of Congress."

James N. Munk
British Research Council Fellow, 2009, University of Nottingham, "Exploring of physicality and viruosity in the concertos of Kaija Saariaho and Magnus Lindberg."

Joshua Nall
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, University of Cambridge, "Astronomical debate as popular phenomenon: Lowell, Newcomb and the use of mass media in the Mars canal saga."

Michele Navakas
Kislak Fellow in American Studies, 2012, Texas Tech University, "Founding Florida: Language and Geography at the Edge of America."
Book: "The Edge of America: Founding Florida" (under contract)
Lecture: "The Edge of America: Landscape and National Identity in Early American Florida" (Apr. 24, 2014)
Web site: Miami University Faculty Page

Joanna Neilly
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, University of Edinburgh, "German views of 'Oriental wisdom.'"

Deirdre Ni Chonghaile
Alan Lomax Fellowship in American Folklife, 2012, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, "Music of the Aran Islands."

Eleanor Kate Nichols
British Research Council Fellow, 2007, Birkbeck College, University of London, "Greece and Rome at Chicago and Nashville."

Judith Nies
Black Mountain Fellow, 2009, Black Mountain Institute, University of Nevada, "Black Mesa, Arizona: Human rights and the environmental crisis."
Lecture: The Black Mesa Syndrome: Indian Lands, Black Gold.

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

Mark A. Noll
Cary and Ann Maguire Chair in Ethics and American History, 2004, Wheaton College, "Significance of the Bible in American public life."
Appointment: Press Release
Lecture: The Bible in American Public Life, 1860-2005.
Webcast: The Bible in American Public Life, 1860-2005.
Lecture: The King James Version of the Bible in American History.
Webcast: The King James Version of the Bible in American History.
Webcast: Writing the Story of America's Religious Origins.

John T. Noonan
Cary and Ann Maguire Chair in Ethics and American History, 2001, Senior Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, "History of moral thought and the relation between religion and government."
Kluge Chair in American Law and Governance, 2002, Senior Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, "History of moral thought and the relation between religion and government."
Book: "A Church That Can and Cannot Change: The Development of Catholic Moral Teaching"
Book: "Bribes"
Book: "Contraception: A History of its Treatment by the Catholic Theologians and Canonists"
Book: "Power to Dissolve: Lawyers and Marriages in the Courts of the Roman Curia"

Kirsten Norrie
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, Independent Scholar, "Cloth, Cull and Cocktail: Anatomizing the Performer Body of 'Scotland'."

Jeanne Nuechterlein
Kluge Fellow, 2005, University of York, "The emergence of Netherlandish oil painting in its historical context and in modern historiography."

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

Patricia Anne O'Brien
Kislak Fellow in American Studies, 2011, Georgetown University, "Encircling World: English Colonial Power, Race and Gender from the Caribbean to the East."

Gerard O'Donoghue
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, Oxford University, "Postwar-absurdist-fiction, American autographic metafiction."
Visiting Fellow, 2009, Oxford University, "Postwar-absurdist-fiction, American autographic metafiction."

Emer S. O'Dwyer
Kluge Fellow, 2010, Oberlin College, "Imperialism and democracy in the context of Japan's modern nationhood."
Lecture: “Pivot of Empire: Settler Politics in Japanese Manchuria, 1913-1916”

Emiko Ohnuki-Tierney
Kluge Chair in Modern Culture, 2009, University of Wisconsin, "The role of symbolism and folk aesthetic in Japanese historical and cross-cultural perspective: how the 'culture concept' must be historicized rather than discarded."
Lecture: "How Do Flowers Kill? -- The Japanese Emperor and Modern Dictators
Lecture: Blooming Cherry Blossoms, Falling Cherry Blossoms: Symbolism of the Flower in Japanese Culture and History
Webcast: Blooming Cherry Blossoms, Falling Cherry Blossoms: Symbolism of the Flower in Japanese Culture and History
Webcast: How do flowers kill?
Appointment: Press Release

David Orique
Kislak Fellow in American Studies, 2007, University of Oregon, "Evolution of Bartolome de las Casas' view of human rights."
Lecture: Bartolome de Las Casas letter to King Charles V

Vladimir Sergeevich Orlov
Fulbright Fellow, 2005, State Institute of Art Research, Moscow, "Prokofiev in America."

Barbara Ottmann
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Warwick, "The Lubitsch Touch: A Meta-Critical Study."

Major R. Owens
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2007, former Member of the U.S. House of Representatives for the 11th Congressional District of New York State, "History of the Black Caucus."
Webcast: A New Challenge to the Congressional Black Caucus
Web site: Hon. Major R. Owens
Appointment: Press Release
Book: The Peacock Elite, A Case Study of the Congressional Black Caucus

Elizabeth Ann Oyler
International Studies Fellow, 2003, Washington University, "Swords, oaths, and prophetic visions: narrative cycles and the authoring of warrior rule in Medieval Japan."

Mary Palevsky
Black Mountain Fellow, 2008, Black Mountain Institute, University of Nevada, "The Cold War underground: burying the bomb at Nevada's nuclear test site."
Webcast: Building the Bomb, Fearing Its Use: Nuclear Scientists, Social Responsibility and Arms Control, 1946-1996
Panel Discussion: Building the Bomb, Fearing Its Use: Nuclear Scientists, Social Responsibility and Arms Control, 1946-1996.

Scott W Palmer
Kluge Fellow, 2005, Western Illinois University, "Forging Colossus: monumentality, modernity, and the Soviet-built environment."

Fayth M. Parks
David B. Larson Fellow in Health and Spirituality, 2009, Georgia Southern University, "Folk healing, mental health and spirituality."
Lecture: "Legacy of healing: Resilience and Positive Thought in African American Folk Beliefs, Spirituality, and Emotional Healing Practices: Implications for Physical, Mental, and Social Health"

Catriona M. Paul
British Research Council Fellow, 2009, University of Dundee, "Horse ownership in Kentucky, 1770-1830."

Jaroslav Pelikan (2nd Kluge Prize, 2004)
Kluge Chair in Countries and Cultures of the North, 2001, Yale University, "Creeds and Confessions of Faith in the Christian tradition."
Kluge Prize 2003: Announcement

Kelly Pemberton
David B. Larson Fellow in Health and Spirituality, 2008, George Washington University, "Women and the institutionalization of Islamic medical knowledge."
Webcast: Competing Medical Cultures or Close Collaborators? Islamic Medicine and Biomedicine in South Asia and the Middle East

Devin Pendas
ACLS Burkhardt Fellow, 2009, Boston College, "Law, democracy, and transitional justice in Germany, 1945-1955."
Lecture: "Transitional Justice or Just Transitions?: The German Case, 1945-50."

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

Bohdan Piasecki
British Research Council Fellow, 2008, University of Warwick, "Contemporary Polish Poetry in English translation in the United States of America: a Study of the Critical Reception in Newspapers and Journals Published after 1980."

Jude Piesse
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University of Exeter, "Nineteenth-century settlement narratives of the American west."

Madeline Pill
British Research Council Fellow, 2007, Cardiff University, "Neighborhood governance in the US: which factors help and which hinder its remit?"

Mark J. Pitchford
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, Cardiff University, "The conservative party and the extreme right, 1945-1979."

Evgeny Pivovarov
Fulbright Fellow, 2011, Saint-Petersburg Academic University, Russian Academy of Sciences, "Russian emigre scholars in the US libraries in the 19th and 20th Centuries."
Lecture: Flier: Evegeny Pivovarov: Library of Congress “Slavica” and “Rossica”

Joseph Platnauer
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, University of Warwick, "Classical models in 18th century reform opera."
Lecture: La Clemenza di Creonte: The Enlightened Despot in Tommaso Traetta's Antigona

Sascha Poehlmann
Bavarian Fellow, 2011, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat Munchen, "Future-founding poetry: Topographies of beginnings from Whitman to the 21st Century."
Webcast: Whitman's Future-Founding Poetry

Peter Price
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Sussex, "Providence and Political Economy: Josiah Tucker's Providential Arguement for Free Trade."

Pawel Pustelnik
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, Cardiff University, "Does the Environmental Speculation Pay Off? The Role of Brokers and Speculators in the Emissions Market."

Nicholas Pyall
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, London Metropolitan University, "The 19th Century Viennese guitar and its influence in North America: form, use, stringing, and gender associations."

Georgina Rannard
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Edinburgh, "A Native Map-Making Community? The Creation of 'Useful Knowledge' in London and the British Atlantic, 1660-1720."

James Reardon-Anderson
Luce Fellow, 2003, Georgetown University, "The rebel den of Nung Tri Cao: 11th century rebellion and response along the Sino-Vietnamese frontier."

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

Toure Reed
Kluge Fellow, 2009, Illinois State University, "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

Stefanie Reetz
British Research Council Fellow, 2007, College of Art and Design, University of Dundee, "The 'nationality question' in the Soviet Union with regard to the Baltic States (Estonia)."

Robert Remini
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2002, Professor emeritus, University of Illinois at Chicago, "History of the U.S. House of Representatives."
Book: The House: The History of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Lecture: The House: The History of the U.S. House of Representatives.

Neil Renwick
British Research Council Fellow, 2007, Cambridge University, "The United States and the United Nations during the early Cold War, c.1946-c.1965."

James Reston, Jr.
Visiting Fellow, 2010, Independent Scholar, "The last Sultan of Grenada: Abu 'abd-Allah Muhammad XII (Boabdil)."
Webcast: History & the Movies: An Historian Writes a Screenplay.
Appointment: James Reston Jr. Named Scholar in Residence at Library of Congress

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

Marcia Ristaino
Visiting Fellow, 2008, US-China Policy Foundation, "Chinese cartoonist and caricaturist Ding Cong."
Program coordination: Public Art and Illustrations: The Cartoons and Art of Ding Cong
Webcast: Public Art and Illustrations: The Cartoons and Art of Ding Cong

Rebecca Roach
British Research Council Fellow, 2013, University of Oxford, "The Art of the Interview: Transatlantic Conversations, 1860-2013."

Nigel Rodenhurst
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, Aberystwyth College, "Dis/simulation: Hiding and disguising in Jewish-American fiction."

Charlotte Rogers
Kluge Fellow, 2013, George Mason University, "Off the Map? From First to Last in Amazonian Travel Narrative."
Book: "Jungle Fever: Exploring Madness and Medicine in Twentieth-century Tropical Narratives"
Web site: George Mason University Faculty Page
Web site: Scholar Profile: Charlotte Rogers

Ibram Rogers
J. Franklin Jameson Fellow in American History, 2010, SUNY College at Oneonta, "Diversity demanded: A narrative history of the Black Campus Movement, 1965-1972."

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

Reuben S. Rose-Redwood
Kluge Fellow, 2007, Pennsylvania State University, "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.

Janet Roseman
David B. Larson Fellow in Health and Spirituality, 2006, Brown University Medical School, "Martha Graham and the Southwest."

Kayleigh Rosewell
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, Lancaster University, "An Exploration of the Relationship between Academic Work and Parenthood."

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

Iain Rowley
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University of East Anglia, "Midwife of the anarchic trace: Towards a poetic of becoming-with-woman."

Emma Ruckley
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, Oxford University, "The Quest for a masculine ideal in the 1950s America: popular representations of the American man and the crisis of masculinity."

Jack Rundell
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of York, "Situating Charlie Chaplin's Performance Style in Relation to Early Twentieth Century Debates about the Body and Emergent Mass Culture."

Walid Saleh
Rockefeller Fellow in Islamic Studies, 2004, Middlebury College, "A history of Islamic apocalyptic imagination."

George Saliba
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2005, Columbia University, "Development of scientific ideas from late antiquity to early modern times with a special focus on the various planetary theories that were developed within Islamic science and the impact these theories had on early European astronomy."
Webcast: Islamic Science and the Making of Renaissance Europe.
Appointment: Press Release

Melhem Salman
Rockefeller Fellow in Islamic Studies, 2003, American Druze Association, "A biography of Salman al Farsi: 7th century luminary and model for the present."

James E. Sanders
Kluge Fellow, 2006, Utah State University, "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."

Lamin Sanneh
Kluge Chair in Countries and Cultures of the South, 2004, Yale University, "Institutions of Islamic governance and law before, during and after British rule in Nigeria."
Appointment: Press Release
Webcast: Sacred Truth and Secular Agency: Sharí'ah Norms and Political Enforcement.
Lecture: The Changing Face of Christianity: Africa, the West and the World.
Webcast: The Changing Face of Christianity: Africa, the West and the World.

Natalie Anne Sappleton
British Research Council Fellow, 2008, Manchester Metropolitan University, "Occupational segregation and entrepreneurial segregation in the U.S.: exploring the links."

Dario Sarlo
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, Goldsmiths College, London, "A performing violinist's study of Jascha Heifetz's recorded legacy."
Visiting Fellow, 2008, Goldsmiths College, University of London, "A performing violinist's study of Jascha Heifetz's recorded legacy."
Visiting Fellow, 2009, Goldsmiths College, University of London, "A performing violinist's study of Jascha Heifetz's recorded legacy."

Stefanie Schaefer
German Fellowship, 2012, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, "The Yankee in 19th-Century American Culture: From Stage to Page and Beyond."
Webcast: Jonathan Going South: The Yankee & the Making of American National Character

Teresita C. Schaffer
Henry Alfred Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy and International Relations, 2008, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), "U.S.-India Relations."
Lecture: India and the United States -- Reinventing Partnership.
Webcast: India and the United States: Reinventing Partnership.

Michael Schiltz
Kluge Fellow, 2007, University of Leuven, "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.
Kluge Fellow, 2010, University of Leuven, Belgium, "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.

Martina Schloegel
Bavarian Fellow, 2010, University of Erlangen-Nurnberg, "Protecting civil liberties: The role of the U.S. Supreme Court."

Menahem Schmelzer
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2004, Jewish Theological Seminary of America, "The interrelationship between Jewish and non-Jewish printers and publishers in 18th century Germany."
Appointment: Press Release
Webcast: The Royal Court Preacher and the Hebrew Book.

Zachary Schrag
Kluge Fellow, 2008, George Mason University, "History of riot control from the 1870s to the present in America."

Daniel Schwartz
Kluge Fellow, 2012, George Washington University, "Ghetto: The Genealogy of a Concept, the History of a Place."

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

Laura Scott
British Research Council Fellow, 2009, University of Leeds, "De limbs layin' scattered roun': Race and bodily fragmentation in the conjure woman."

Annette Seidel-Arpaci
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, University of Leeds, "Perspectives on constructions of 'German victimhood' from outside within: post 1945."

Joel Seltzer
Kluge Fellow, 2006, Skidmore College, "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

Delaina Sepko
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Glasgow, "The Impact of Technology on the Curation of Music."

Jennifer Elson Sessions
Kluge Fellow, 2007, University of Iowa, "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.

Kay Kaufman Shelemay
Kluge Chair in Modern Culture, 2007, Harvard University, "Ethiopian music and musicians in the United States."
Lecture: Music in the Ethiopian American Diaspora: A Preliminary Overview.
Appointment: Press Release

Adam Sherif
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Lincoln, "Comics and the World Wars."

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

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

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

Maria Shmygol
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Liverpool, "Maritime Semiology: Sir Francis Drake as Symbolic Agent of Early Modern 'Sea-Change.'"
Blogpost: An Interview with British Research Council Fellow Maria Shmygol

Petr Shuvalov
Fulbright Fellow, 2005, St. Petersburg State University, "Late Roman military doctrine in the epoch of Balkan Wars: East European influences in the Mediterranean."

Patricia Sieber
International Studies Fellow, 2004, Ohio State University, "The formation of modern Sinology."

Scott Siggins
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of East Anglia, "How Ideology and Conceptions of National Identity Influenced the Built Environment Since the Collapse of Communism."

Josep Simon
Kluge Fellow, 2010, Université Paris Ouest, "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.
Webcast: Shaping Physics in the Three Nations.

Devika Singh
British Research Council Fellow, 2009, University of Cambridge, "The reception and representation of the Mughal period in India from 1947 to 1975."

Dominique Slaney
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Exeter, "Establishing the Most Effective Interventions in the Treatment of Juvenile Delinquency in the United States."

Neil Smelser
Kluge Chair in Countries and Cultures of the North, 2006, Professor Emeritus, University of California, Berkeley, "The Odyssey experience: psychological and social dimensions."
Webcast: Why Are Terrorist Ideologies So Powerful?

William Smyser
Henry Alfred Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy and International Relations, 2008, Georgetown University, "Studies on diplomacy."
Lecture: Is Diplomacy the Answer?
Webcast: Is Diplomacy the Answer?
Appointment: Press Release

Arun Sood
British Research Council Fellow, 2013, University of Glasgow, "The Reception and Critical Development of Robert Burns in 19th Century America."
Blogpost: Arun Sood on Robert Burns

Abdolkarim Soroush
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2009, independent Scholar, "Contextualizing and historicizing Islamic philosophy."
Lecture: Persian Rumi Versus American Rumi
Appointment: Press Release
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2010, Independent, "The poet Rumi."
Webcast: Dignity of the Human Person

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

Thomas E. Speller
British Research Council Fellow, 2009, Jesus College, University of Oxford, "The challenge of reform: Explaining policy change in secondary education in OECD countries."

Susan Spellman
J. Franklin Jameson Fellow in American History, 2012, Miami University, "Concerning the Market: Independent Grocers and Innovation in American Small Business, 1860-1940."
Lecture: "Cooperation in Black and White: Innovative Alliances in the Retail Grocery Trade"

Catherine Spencer
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University of York, "The 'lesson of anthropology for artists in London and New York, 1950-70."

Jason Stahl
J. Franklin Jameson Fellow in American History, 2009, University of Minnesota, "Selling conservatism: Think tanks, conservative ideology, and the undermining of liberalism, 1945-present."
Webcast: Conservatives in a Marketplace of Ideas: Think Tanks, Interests, and Expertise in the 1970s
Lecture: Conservatives in a marketplace of ideas: Think tanks, interests, and expertise in the 1970s.

Owen Stanwood
Kluge Fellow, 2007, Catholic University of America, "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

Stephen J Stathis
Kluge Staff Fellow, 2006, Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service, "Congress: crucible of American democracy."
Webcast: Congress: Crucible of American Democracy

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

Michael Stone
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2003, Hebrew University in Jerusalem, "The 'Adamagirk' ('Book of Adam'), written by Arakel of Siwnik."
Webcast: A Hidden Treasure: The Armenian Adam Epic by Arakel of Siwnik.

Cameron Strang
Kislak Fellow in American Studies, 2010, University of Texas, Austin, "Entangled knowledge, expanding nation: Local science and the United States empire in the southeast borderlands, 1763-1840."
Article: "Violence, Ethnicity, and Human Remains During the Second Seminole War" (The Journal of American History, 2014)
Webcast: Skulls, Scalps and Seminoles: Science and Violence in Florida, 1800-1842

Isabella Streffen
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, Newcastle University, "The vision of Star Wars: tracing the military imagination."
Lecture: "Magnificent Distance: Hawk & Dove, Artist’s Talk and Screening”
Lecture: "Magnificent Distance: Hawk & Dove, Artist’s Talk and Screening”
Article: Full of Hot Air
Article: Full of Hot Air

Keir Magalie Strickland
British Research Council Fellow, 2008, Durham University, "The Chola invasions: imperial or mercantile?"

Sanjay Subrahmanyam
Kluge Chair in Countries and Cultures of the South, 2012, UCLA, "Early Modern South Asian History."
Webcast: "Jews & Christians in Portuguese Asia" (Jun. 5, 2013)
Blogpost: An Interview with Historian Sanjay Subrahmanyam
Appointment: Indian Historian Sanjay Subrahmanyam Appointed Chair At The John W. Kluge Center
Lecture: Sanjay Subrahmanyam Uncovers the Autobiographies of India and Their Significance to South Asian History

Elsa Suckle
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, University of Warwick, "Negotiating public neutrality: Islam and liberal institutions."

Patricia Sullivan
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2005, University of South Carolina, "Struggle toward freedom: a history of the NAACP."
Lecture: Freedom Writer: Virginia Foster Durr, Letters from The Civil Rights Years.
Webcast: Freedom Writer: Virginia Foster Durr, Letters from the Civil Rights Years.

Srividhya Swaminathan
Kluge Fellow, 2008, Long Island University, "In service of commerce: British arguments for slavery in the era before abolition, 1660-1790."

Pamela Swett
Kluge Fellow, 2002, McMaster University, "Selling under the Swastika: The refashioning of German advertising after 1933."

Balázs Szelényi
International Studies Fellow, 2003, George Mason University, "The social roots of ethnic conflict: the German diaspora in East Central Europe."

Brian Taves
Kluge Staff Fellow, 2003, Library of Congress, Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division, "Papers of producer Thomas H. Ince (1882-1924)."
Book: Thomas Ince: Hollywood's Independent Pioneer

Owen Taylor
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, School of Oriental and African Studies, "International law and revolution."

Temur Temule
Kluge Fellow, 2004, Nanjing University, "Mongolia of the imagination: western travelers in the 19th and early 20th centuries, with special emphasis on Owen Lattimore."

Letty Ten-Harkel
British Research Council Fellow, 2008, University of Sheffield, "Lincoln (UK) in the Viking Age: A Town in Context."

Lisa Tetrault
J. Franklin Jameson Fellow in American History, 2007, Carnegie Mellon University, "Creating the narrative of the women's movement."

Romila Thapar (4th Kluge Prize, 2008)
Kluge Chair in Countries and Cultures of the South, 2003, Professor Emeritus, Jawaharlal Nehru University, "Historical consciousness in early India."
Lecture: Perceptions of the Past in Early India
Webcast: Perceptions of the Past in early India
Appointment: Press Release
Webcast: Stories of our Nations, Footprints of our Souls: History Textbooks in Middle Schools and High Schools.
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2008, Professor Emeritus, Jawaharlal Nehru University, "History of India"
Kluge Prize 2008: Announcement
Kluge Prize 2008: Announcement
Webcast: Kluge Prize Ceremony
Webcast: Kluge Prize Ceremony

Nikolaos Theodorakis
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Cambridge, "Crime Prevention Policies for Incidents of Corporate and White Collar Crime; a Systematic Analysis of the Available Research in the Field."

Charles Thompson
British Research Council Fellow, 2013, University of Sheffield, "Imperialism in Power: Centralization and its Discontents in America."

Elizabeth Thompson
International Studies Fellow, 2003, The University of Virginia, "Sex, space and spectacle in colonial cinema: a nexus of cultural and political transaction in the late French Empire."

Matthew Thompson
British Research Council Fellow, 2008, Kingston University, "A Model for demonstration: Architecture and marching on the city of Washington."

Robert Thompson
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, Newcastle University, "Mobilization, Masculinity, and the Martial Ideal in American World War I Literature."

Cecelia Tichi
Kluge Chair in Modern Culture, 2006, Vanderbilt University, "The shift that occurred in U.S. culture from the Gilded Age to the Progressive Era examining how certain figures who grew up in the late-19th century Gilded Age were able to guide the nation into a new era by thinking freshly about society, economics and"
Lecture: Justice, Not Pity: Julia Lathrop, First Chief of the U.S. Children's Bureau.
Webcast: Justice, Not Pity: Julia Lathrop, First Chief of the U.S. Children's Bureau.
Appointment: Press Release

John Tiplady
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Nottingham, "Civil Liberties under Siege?: The Anti-Stalinist Left in the Age of McCarthyism."

Emily Trafford
British Research Council Fellow, 2013, University of Liverpool, "Human Displays at the American World's Fairs, 1893-1916: Representations of Race and Disability."

Roy Tsao
Kluge Fellow, 2005, Yale University, "The Political Philosophy of Hannah Arendt."

Uranchimeg Tsultem
Kluge Fellow, 2012, University of California, Berkeley, "Traditional Exchange and Early U.S. Diplomacy in Mongolia, Tibet and China."

Stephen Tuffnell
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, Wadham College, University of Oxford, "American expatriates, emigres and sojourners in Nineteenth Century Britain."

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

James Turner
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2004, University of Notre Dame, "American and British intellectual history with respect to the history of academic knowledge and higher education."
Lecture: Philology and the Generation of New Disciplines, 1825-1900.

Layli Uddin
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, Royal Holloway, University of London, "Mobilizing Muslim Subalterns: The Political Mobilization of the Peasantry and Lower Urban Classes in East Pakistan, 1947-71."

Katherine Unterman
J. Franklin Jameson Fellow in American History, 2012, Texas A&M University, "International Fugitives and American Power, 1880-1930."

Ananya Vajpeyi
Kluge Fellow, 2012, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, New Delhi, "B.R. Ambedkar: A Life."

Arafaat Valiani
Kluge Fellow, 2009, Williams College, "Physical training, guerilla-style protest, and civic violence in Gujarat India."

Herman Van der Wee
Kluge Chair in Countries and Cultures of the North, 2007, Professor Emeritus of Economic History at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, "Belgian economic history: the Ancien Régime, c. 1100-c. 1820."
Webcast: Economic Globalization in the Mirror of History
Lecture: Economic Globalization in the Mirror of History.

Chet Adam Van Duzer
Kislak Fellow in American Studies, 2011, Independent Scholar, "The Legends on Martin Waldseemuller's Carta marina of 1516."
Book: "Floating Islands: A Global Bibliography"
Book: "Floating Islands: A Global Bibliography"
Book: "Johann Schöner's Globe of 1515: Transcription and Study"
Book: "Johann Schöner's Globe of 1515: Transcription and Study"
Book: "Sea Monsters on Medieval and Renaissance Maps"
Book: "Sea Monsters on Medieval and Renaissance Maps"
Lecture: "Sea Monsters on Medieval and Renaissance Maps" (Sept. 5, 2013)
Lecture: "Sea Monsters on Medieval and Renaissance Maps" (Sept. 5, 2013)
Book: "Seeing the World Anew: The Radical Vision of Martin Waldseemüller's 1507 & 1516 World Maps"
Book: "Seeing the World Anew: The Radical Vision of Martin Waldseemüller's 1507 & 1516 World Maps"
Web site: Scholar Profile: Chet Van Duzer
Web site: Scholar Profile: Chet Van Duzer

Theresa Marie Ventura
ACLS Mellon Fellow, 2010, Columbia University, "Empire for Reform: Agrarianism, environment, and empire in the American occupied Philippines, 1898-1936."
Webcast: Market Empire: The U.S., the Philippines & Natural Resource Management

Jordan Vibert
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, University of York, "Female friendship and British-Atlantic commercial relations, 1770-1790."

Elvira Vilches
International Studies Fellow, 2003, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, "The economy of the marvelous: transatlantic values and fictions of the Spanish Empire, 1492-1665."

Amy Waite
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University of Oxford, "Geographies of intimacy: The spatial imaginations of Elizabeth Bishop and Mina Loy."

Hanna Weibye
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, University of Cambridge, "Friedrich Ludwig Jahn and German nationalism, 1800-1819."

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

Emma West
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, Cardiff University, "The Highs and Lows of Modernism: A Cultural Deconstruction."

Peter West-Oram
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University of Birmingham, "The Process of Policy Development for Public Health and the Impact of Global Health Care Justice."

Thomas Western
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Edinburgh, "Alan Lomax in the UK: An Investigation into the Practice of Field Recording in 1950s' Britain."

Roger White
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2010, Senior Advisor to the Director of Congresional Research Service, "The analytical framework for policy research."

Jacob Wiebel
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University of Oxford, "The Red Terror in Ethiopia: Violence and Social Change."

Peter Wien
Kluge Fellow, 2011, University of Maryland, "Arab nationalism: Culture, history, and politics."

Juliet Wiersema
Kislak Fellow in American Studies, 2006, University of Maryland, "Four house models and one village scene: A Visual and historical investigation of Nayarit works in the Kislak collection."

Hazel Wilkinson
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University College London, "Editing Edmund Spenser in the eighteenth century."

Rebecca Williams
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, University of Warwick, "Family planning in India c. 1947-1994."

Bethan Willis
British Research Council Fellow, 2008, University of Exeter, "Theology and Conflict: The Theology of Miroslav Volf in context."

Daniel C. S. Wilson
British Research Council Fellow, 2008, Birkbeck College, University of London, "Living with the machine: Emerging technology in Britain and the USA, 1876-1914."

Michael Witcombe
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University of Southampton, "A Study of the genesis of Philip Roth's fiction: the Kepesh novels."

Nicholas D. Witham
British Research Council Fellow, 2009, University of Notthingham, "After the new left: Cultures of anti-imperialism in late cold war America."

John Witte
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2010, Emory University School of Law, "Church and state relations."
Appointment: John Witte Jr. Named Distinguished Visiting Scholar at John W. Kluge Center
Cary and Ann Maguire Chair in Ethics and American History, 2012, Emory University School of Law, "Why Two in One Flesh? The Western Case for Monogamy over Polygamy."
Webcast: Case for Monogamy Over Polygamy
Lecture: John Witte, Jr., Will Discuss Sharia in the West? Nov. 1, 2013
Webcast: Sharia in the West?
Lecture: The Western Case for Monogamy Over Polygamy, April 30, 2013

Christopher Witter
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, Lancaster University, "American short fiction of the 1960s and 1970s."

Naomi Wood
British Research Council Fellow, 2010, University of East Anglia, "Ernest, meet Margaux: A critical life of Margaux Hemingway."

Jenny Woodley
British Research Council Fellow, 2006, University of Nottingham, "The NAACPs campaigns to challenge negative portrayals of African Americans in popular culture."

Christopher Wright
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, Newcastle University, "Thomas Pynchon and Transatlantic Studies."

Rebecca Wright
British Research Council Fellow, 2013, Birkbeck College, "Jacques Loeb's Promotion of Energy as Tropic Agent: Tracing the Micro-Organism's Slavery to Light."

Jin Wu
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2006, former Education Minister for Taiwan, "Zheng He, the Chinese mariner."
Appointment: Press Release

Lanxin Xiang
Henry Alfred Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy and International Relations, 2003, Institut Universitaire de Hautes Etudes Internationales, Geneva, "The idea of democracy and Sino-U.S. Relations."
Appointment: Press Release
Lecture: The Ideological context of U.S.-China Relations.
Webcast: The Ideological context of U.S.-China Relations.

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

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

Eric Yellin
Kluge Fellow, 2010, University of Richmond, "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
Webcast: Federal Discrimination & the Decline of National Black Politics in the Early 20th Century

Galina Yermolenko
International Studies Fellow, 2004, DeSales University, "Roxolana: from slave to legend."

Man Shun Yeung
Kluge Fellow, 2003, University of Hong Kong, "Western image of Canton (Guangzhou) and its inhabitants, 1760-1860."

Ying-shih Yu (3rd Kluge Prize, 2006)
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2005, Professor Emeritus, Princeton University, "Comparative history of China."
Kluge Prize 2006: Announcement
Kluge Prize 2006: Ceremony Remarks
Webcast: China Rediscovers its Own History.
Lecture: China Rediscovers Its Own History.
Webcast: China's Return to Tradition: How to Interpret the New Forces Emerging in China.
Lecture: Despotism, Market and Confucianism in the Age of Wang Yang-Ming (1472-1529).
Webcast: Despotism, Market and Confucianism in the Age of Wang Yang-Ming (1472-1529).
Kluge Prize 2006: Press Release

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

Jingyi Zhao
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Cambridge, "Aristotle and Xunzi on Shame and Related Concepts: A Comparative Study."

Sergei Zhuk
Mellon Fellow, 2004, independent scholar, "Peasants, millennialism and radical sects in Southern Russia and Ukraine, 1830-1917."

Andrei Znamenski
Kluge Fellow, 2002, Alabama State University, "Athabaskan Indians and Russian Orthodoxy (1840s-1917)."

Nieves Zuniga Garcia-Falces
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, University of Essex, "Role of the Indigenous in Resignifying Bolivian National identity."

Chitralekha Zutshi
Kluge Fellow, 2007, College of William and Mary, "A Sociocultural history of the Kashmiri shawl."
Lecture: Designed for Eternity: Kashmiri Shawls in the Popular Imagination
Webcast: Translating History: Rajatarangini and the Making of India's Past

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