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Program The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress

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Isabella Jackson

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

Maurice Jackson

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Book: African Americans and the Haitian Revolution: Selected Essays and Historical Documents (London: Routledge, 2009)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

Invited Paricipant, 2015, Georgetown University
Kluge Center Project: "ScholarFest - Life/Past: How We Write About Those Who Came Before Us"
Webcast: ScholarFest - Life/Past: How We Write About Those Who Came Before Us

Nicholas Jackson

British Research Council Fellow, 2009, University of Cambridge
Kluge Center Project: "Readers and spiritual participation in Christian texts."

Eric Jacobson

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

Susan Jacoby

Invited Participant, 2006, Independent Scholar
Kluge Center Project: "Writing the Story of America's Religious Origins"
Webcast: Writing the Story of America's Religious Origins
Press Release: Writing the Story of America's Religious Origins

Ramesh Jain

Invited Participant, 2016, University of California, Irvine
Kluge Center Project: "Saving the Web: The Ethics and Challenges of Preserving What's on the Internet"
Blogpost: "How Do We Save the Web? Its Creators and Pioneers Offer Their Ideas"

Samuel Charles James

British Research Council Fellow, 2008, University of Cambridge
Kluge Center Project: "Writing the History of Thought in Britain and the US, 1945-2005."
Article: "Louis Mink, 'Postmodernism,' and the Vocation of Historiography" Modern Intellectual History 7.1 (2010): 151-84 External

Toby James

British Research Council Fellow, 2007, University of York
Kluge Center Project: "Comparative electoral reform in the USA."

Juanita Jarrett

Invited Participant, 2005, Mano River Women's Peace Network
Kluge Center Project: "Examples of Reconciliation: Africa's Contributions to the Global Community"
Press Release: "Examples of Reconciliation: Africa's Contributions to the Global Community"

Maya Jasanoff

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

Krzysztof Jaskulowski

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

Bruce Jentleson

Henry Alfred Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy and International Relations, 2015, Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University
Kluge Center Project: "Profiles in Statesmanship: Global Leaders Who Shaped a Century of Breakthroughs for Peace"
Lecture: "Profiles in Statesmanship: 20th Century Breakthroughs for Global Peace and Security and 21st Century Challenges" (May 19, 2016)
Web site: Foreign Policy at the Kluge Center
Blogpost: "This Scholar Was Skeptical About the 'Lightning Conversation.' Now, He's a Fan."
Press Release: Bruce Jentleson Named Kissinger Chair
Press Release: Bruce Jentleson to Discuss Transformational Statesmanship of 20th Century, May 19
Press Release: Columnist Anne Applebaum Kicks Off a Busy May at Library's Kluge Center Other Talks on Future of Political Parties, Great 20th-Century Leaders and Italian-American Heritage

Invited Paricipant, 2015, Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University
Kluge Center Project: "ScholarFest - Right/Wrong: Perspectives on Notions & Morality"
Webcast: ScholarFest - Right/Wrong: Perspectives on Notions & Morality

Christine Johnson

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

Scott Johnson

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

Arnita Jones

Invited Participant, 2004, American Historical Association
Kluge Center Project: "Stories of our Nations, Footprints of our Souls: History Textbooks in Middle Schools and High Schools"
Webcast: Stories of our Nations, Footprints of our Souls: History Textbooks in Middle Schools and High Schools

Evan Jones

British Research Council Fellow, 2013, University of Nottingham
Kluge Center Project: "The Xerox Machine: Its Use and Influence on Subcultural Community and Communication."

Gregg Jones

Black Mountain Institute-Kluge Fellow, 2015, Independent Scholar
Kluge Center Project: "The Last Mission: The Life and Extraordinary Legacy of a Lost World War II Bomber Crew."
Lecture: "The Legacy of a WWII Bomber Crew" (C-SPAN, Dec. 17, 2015) External
Blogpost: "The Legacy of a Lost WWII Bomber Crew"
Blogpost: "The Legacy of a Lost WWII Bomber Crew" (TIME.com) External

Laura Jones

British Research Council Fellow, 2006, University of Wales
Kluge Center Project: "Conspiracy theory after September 11."

Sophie Jones

British Research Council Fellow, 2011, Birkbeck College, University of London
Kluge Center Project: "Embryological display, pre-natal narratives and the space-time of American modernity."

Jenna Weissman Joselit

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

Invited Paricipant, 2015, George Washington University
Kluge Center Project: "ScholarFest - Life/Past: How We Write About Those Who Came Before Us"
Webcast: ScholarFest - Life/Past: How We Write About Those Who Came Before Us

Ivan Juritz

British Research Council Fellow, 2013, Queen Mary, University of London
Kluge Center Project: "Translation and the General Theory of Seduction: A Theoretical Archaeology of the Freud Archive in the Library of Congress."

Bryan Just

Invited Participant, 2005, Tulane University
Kluge Center Project: "Writing and Iconography in the Pre-Columbian World"
Press Release: "Writing and Iconography in the Pre-Columbian World"

Peter Just

Bavarian Fellow, 2012, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat
Kluge Center Project: "An Intellectual History of the U.S. Military after the End of the Cold War."

Abdel Kader Haidara

Invited Participant, 2003, Curator of The Mamma Haidara Memorial Library
Kluge Center Project: "The Timbuktu Manuscripts and the Efforts to Maintain the Desert Libraries"
Webcast: "Timbuktu Manuscipts and the Efforts to Maintain the Desert"

Gloria Kaiser

Invited Participant, 2005, Independent Scholar
Kluge Center Project: "Saudade: The Life and Death of Queen Maria Gloria of Lusitania"
Press Release: Saudade: The Life and Death of Queen Maria Glória of Lusitania

Iradj Kalantari

Invited Participant, 2004, Architect
Kluge Center Project: "Tehran Conference"
Press Release: Tehran Conference

Ibrahim Kalin

Invited Participant, 2003, College of the Holy Cross
Kluge Center Project: "Islam, Science and Cultural Values"
Webcast: "Islam, Science and Cultural Values"
Press Release: "Islam, Science and Cultural Values"

Peter Kalliney

Visiting Fellow, 2012, University of Kentucky
Kluge Center Project: "Transatlantic Modernism and the Emergence of Postcolonial Literature."
Webcast: Modernism, African Literature & the CIA
Book: Commonwealth of Letters: British Literary Culture and the Emergence of Postcolonial Aesthetics (New York: Oxford UP, 2013)
Blogpost: Modernism, African Literature and the CIA

Anastasia Kalyuta

Kislak Fellow in American Studies, 2011, The Russian Museum of Ethnography
Kluge Center Project: "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
Kluge Center Project: "Oral histories relating to the collectivization of agriculture by the Soviets in Uzbekistan."

Invited Paricipant, 2015, University of Wyoming
Kluge Center Project: "ScholarFest - Right/Wrong: Perspectives on Notions & Morality"
Webcast: ScholarFest - Right/Wrong: Perspectives on Notions & Morality

Xiaofei Kang

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

Asimina Karavanta

Invited Participant, 2012, University of Athens
Kluge Center Project: "Creolization, Interculturality and Community: Theoretical Challenges, Political Concerns"
Webcast:
Other Cultures Within: Beyond the Naming of Things
Press Release: Other Cultures Within: Beyond the Naming of Things

Karen Karbiener

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

Doris Kareva

Invited Participant, 2006, Independent Scholar
Kluge Center Project: "University of Iowa's International Writing Program"
Press Release: University of Iowa's International Writing Program

Armenoui Kasparian Saraidari

British Research Council Fellow, 2014, University of the Arts London
Kluge Center Project: "The Materiality of Photography and the Memory of the Armenian Genocide."
Blogpost: Examining Armenian History in the Library of Congress Collections

Visiting Fellow, 2017, University of London
Kluge Center Project: "The World at War: Cartoon and Conflict, 1914-1918."

Ivan Katchanovski

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

Homa Katouzian

Invited Participant, 2004, Oxford University
Kluge Center Project: "Tehran Conference"
Press Release: Tehran Conference

Mark Katz

Invited Participant, 2005, The Johns Hopkins University
Kluge Center Project: "Capturing Sound: How Technology Has Changed Music"
Webcast: Capturing Sound: How Technology Has Changed Music
Press Release: Capturing Sound: How Technology Has Changed Music

Annette Kaufman

Invited Participant, 2003, Independent Scholar
Kluge Center Project: "A Fiddler's Tale: How Hollywood and Vivaldi Discovered Me"
Press Release: "A Fiddler's Tale: How Hollywood and Vivaldi Discovered Me"

Jennifer Keene

Mellon Fellow, 2002, University of Redlands
Kluge Center Project: "La Force Noire: African American and West African Soldiers in the Great War."
Webcast: Jennifer Keene and Christopher Capozzola on World War I (C-SPAN) External
Webcast: "Myths About America in World War I" (C-SPAN) External
Appointment: Kluge Center Welcomes Arriving Scholars Starting in July and August, 2002

Agnes Kefeli

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

Robert Kehew

Invited Participant, 2005, Independent Scholar
Kluge Center Project: "Lark in the Morning: The Verses of the Troubadours, a bilingual edition"
Webcast: Lark in the Morning: The Verses of the Troubadours, a Bilingual Edition
Press Release: Lark in the Morning: The Verses of the Troubadours, a Bilingual Edition

Renata Keller

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

Invited Paricipant, 2015, Boston University
Kluge Center Project: "ScholarFest - Life/Past: How We Write About Those Who Came Before Us"
Webcast: ScholarFest - Life/Past: How We Write About Those Who Came Before Us

Ibram X. Kendi

J. Franklin Jameson Fellow in American History, 2010, SUNY College at Oneonta
Kluge Center Project: "Diversity Demanded: A Narrative History of the Black Campus Movement, 1965-1972"

Martha Kennedy

Invited Participant, 2009, Library of Congress, Curator
Kluge Center Project: "Herblock's Caricature of Mao Zedong: A Window onto Resources for Cartoon-Related Research in the Library's Prints and Photographs Division"
Webcast: "Public Art and Illustrations: The Cartoons and Art of Ding Cong"
Press Release: "Public Art and Illustrations: The Cartoons and Art of Ding Cong"

Andrew Kerr

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

Visiting Fellow, 2017, University of Lincoln
Kluge Center Project: "The World at War: Cartoon and Conflict, 1914-1918."

Rhian Keyse

British Research Council Fellow, 2015, University of Exeter
Kluge Center Project: "Forced and Early Marriage in British Colonial Africa, c. 1927-55."

Armen Khachikyan

Fulbright Fellow, 2003, Armenian State Pedagogical University, Yerevan
Kluge Center Project: "Woodrow Wilson's Policies towards Armenian self-determination during the period of the Versailles Peace Conference."

Adeeb Khalid

Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2010, Carleton College
Kluge Center Project: "Between Empire and Revolution: Soviet Central Asia, 1917-1932."
Webcast: The Making of Soviet Central Asia, 1917-1932.
Book: "Making Uzbekistan Nation, Empire, and Revolution in the Early USSR"
Appointment: Adeeb Khalid Named Distinguished Visiting Scholar in the Kluge Center

Invited Paricipant, 2015, Carleton College
Kluge Center Project: "ScholarFest - Right/Wrong: Perspectives on Notions & Morality"
Webcast: ScholarFest - Right/Wrong: Perspectives on Notions & Morality

Khaled Khalifa

Invited Participant, 2007, University of Iowa
Kluge Center Project: "University of Iowa's International Writing Program"
Webcast:
University of Iowa's International Writing Program
Press Release: University of Iowa's International Writing Program

Ekaterina Khmelnitskaya

Fulbright Fellow, 2011, The State Hermitage Museum
Kluge Center Project: "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'�uvre

Keyvan Khosravani

Invited Participant, 2004, Independent Scholar
Kluge Center Project: "Tehran Conference"
Press Release: Tehran Conference

Sergei Khrushchev

Invited Participant, 2003, Son of the Soviet leader, Nikita Khrushchev
Kluge Center Project: "The Death of Stalin (March 5, 1953): A Missed Opportunity to Overcome the Cold War?"
Article: "The Death of Stalin (March 5, 1953): A Missed Opportunity to Overcome the Cold War?"
Press Release: "The Death of Stalin (March 5, 1953): A Missed Opportunity to Overcome the Cold War?"

Mi Gyung Kim

Invited Participant, 2015, North Carolina State University
Kluge Center Project: "Rethinking Life on Earth and Beyond: Astrobiology and the Role of Paradigm Shifts in Science and Human Self-Understanding"
Press Release: "Rethinking Life on Earth and Beyond: Astrobiology and the Role of Paradigm Shifts in Science and Human Self-Understanding"

Suk-Young Kim

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

Amy King

British Research Council Fellow, 2016, University of Bristol
Kluge Center Project: "The construction, maintenance and role of secular martyrdom in Italy from the twentieth century to present."

Arman J. Kirakossian

Invited Participant, 2003, Armenian Ambassador
Kluge Center Project: "British Diplomacy and the Armenian Question: 1830-1914"
Webcast: "British Diplomacy and the Armenian Question: 1830-1914"
Press Release: "British Diplomacy and the Armenian Question: 1830-1914"

Henry A. Kissinger

Invited Participant, 2001, Former U.S. Secretary of State
Kluge Center Project: "Henry Alfred Kissinger Inaugural Lecture"
Press Release: Henry Kissinger to Deliver Inaugural Lecture in the Kissinger Lecture Series

Invited Paricipant, 2004, Former U.S. Secretary of State
Kluge Center Project: "Statecraft and America's Position in the World"
Webcast: "Statecraft and America's Position in the World"
Press Release: "Statecraft and America's Position in the World"

Pamela Klassen

Invited Participant, 2015, University of Toronto
Kluge Center Project: "Astrobiology and the Religious Imagination: Reexamining Notions of Creation, Humanity, Selfhood, and the Cosmos"
Webcast: "Astrobiology and the Religious Imagination: Reexamining Notions of Creation, Humanity, Selfhood, and the Cosmos"
Press Release: "Astrobiology and the Religious Imagination: Reexamining Notions of Creation, Humanity, Selfhood, and the Cosmos"

Matthias Klestil

Bavarian Fellow, 2012, University of Bayreuth
Kluge Center Project: "The Development of an Environmental Consciousness in African-American Literature."
Webcast: The Evolving Moral Landscape: Perspectives on the Environment, Literary, Historical and Interplanetary
Panel Discussion: Panel of Scholars to Examine the Human Relationship to the Environment and its Moral Implications
Blogpost: Scholars Exam Humanity and Our Planet

Badri Kochoradze

International Research and Exchanges Board Fellow, 1999, Georgian-American Institute of Public Administration
Kluge Center Project: "Education Management"

Jurgen Kocka

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

Morton Kondracke

Kemp Scholar in Political Economy, 2011, independent scholar
Kluge Center Project: "The Jack Kemp legacy."
Webcast: Jack Kemp, An American Idealist
Webcast: "Jack Kemp: A Congressman Who Changed America" (Jun. 4, 2013)
Webcast: Morton Kondracke at the 2015 National Book Festival
Lecture: Morton Kondracke to Discuss the Life and Career of Jack Kemp
Article: "Why Jack Kemp's Legacy Is More Relevant Than Ever" (The Atlantic, Oct. 2015) External
Book: "Jack Kemp : The Bleeding-heart Conservative Who Changed America"
Appointment: Morton Kondracke Named to Jack Kemp Chair in Political Economy

Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2013, Independent Scholar
Kluge Center Project: "The Jack Kemp legacy."
Book: "Saving Milly: Love, Politics, and Parkinson's Disease"

Joseph Kosek

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

Sergii Kot

Fulbright Fellow, 2008, The Ukrainian Center of Historical & Cultural Monuments Law
Kluge Center Project: "The US policy concerning the restitution of cultural artifacts to the Ukraine after WWII."

Mark Kramer

Invited Participant, 2003, Harvard University
Kluge Center Project: "The Death of Stalin (March 5, 1953): A Missed Opportunity to Overcome the Cold War?"
Article: "The Death of Stalin (March 5, 1953): A Missed Opportunity to Overcome the Cold War?"
Press Release: "The Death of Stalin (March 5, 1953): A Missed Opportunity to Overcome the Cold War?"

Alan Kraut

Invited Participant, 2012, American University
Kluge Center Project: "Other Cultures Within: Beyond the Naming of Things"
Conference: "Other Cultures Within: Beyond the Naming of Things"

William Kristol

Invited Participant, 2004, Political analyst, commentator and editor of The Weekly Standard
Kluge Center Project: "Why China Needs Democracy: Chinese Reform in Theory and Practice"
Webcast: "Why China Needs Democracy: Chinese Reform in Theory and Practice"
Press Release: "Why China Needs Democracy: Chinese Reform in Theory and Practice"

Stephan Kuhl

German Fellowship, 2013, Goethe-University
Kluge Center Project: "Richard Wright and Fredric Wertham's Social Psychiatry."

Nico Kuhlmann

Bavarian Fellow, 2013, University of Bayreuth
Kluge Center Project: "Biopiracy, Benefit-Sharing and Patent Law."

Svetlana Kujumdzieva

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

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

Krishna Kumar

Invited Participant, 2005, U.S. Agency for International Development
Kluge Center Project: "Examples of Reconciliation: Africa's Contributions to the Global Community"
Press Release: "Examples of Reconciliation: Africa's Contributions to the Global Community"

Charles Kupchan

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

Marek Kwiek

Scholar in Residence, 2003, independent scholar.

Charles Laderman

British Research Council Fellow, 2010, University of Cambridge
Kluge Center Project: "Theodore Roosevelt and the Humanitarian Tradition in American Diplomacy, 1894-1920."

British Research Council Fellow, 2015, University of Cambridge
Kluge Center Project: "Eilhu Root and the Origins of American Internationalsim, 1898-1937."

Visiting Fellow, 2017, University of Cambridge
Kluge Center Project: "The World at War: Cartoon and Conflict, 1914-1918."

Celso Lafer

Kluge Chair in Countries and Cultures of the South, 2005, University of So Paulo, Brazil
Kluge Center Project: "Decision making in foreign policy."

Amanda Lahikainen

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

Invited Paricipant, 2015, Aquinas College
Kluge Center Project: "ScholarFest - Life/Present: Personal & Cultural Identity in a Multicultural World"
Webcast: ScholarFest - Life/Present: Personal & Cultural Identity in a Multicultural World

Nelly Lahoud

Rockefeller Fellow in Islamic Studies, 2005, Goucher College
Kluge Center Project: "Islamic political claims"
Webcast: The Jihadis' Path to Self-Destruction.
Book: The Jihadis' Path to Self-Destruction (New York: Columbia UP, 2010)

David Laitin

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

Melanie Lamotte

British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Cambridge
Kluge Center Project: "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
Kluge Center Project: "Salon Caricature in Paris, 1840-1881."

Allison Lange

Swann Fellowship, 2014, Brandeis University
Kluge Center Project: "Pictures of Change: Transformative Images of Gender and Politics in the Woman Suffrage Movement, 1776-1920."

Swann Fellowship, 2014, Brandeis University
Kluge Center Project: "Pictures of Change: Transformative Images of Gender and Politics in the Woman Suffrage Movement, 1776-1920."

William Lanouette

Invited Participant, 2009, Former Senior Analyst for science and energy issues, U.S. General Accounting Office
Kluge Center Project: "Building the Bomb, Fearing Its Use: Nuclear Scientists, Social Responsibility and Arms Control, 1946-1996"
Webcast: "Building the Bomb, Fearing Its Use: Nuclear Scientists, Social Responsibility and Arms Control, 1946-1996"
Press Release: "Building the Bomb, Fearing Its Use: Nuclear Scientists, Social Responsibility and Arms Control, 1946-1996"

Klaus Larres

Henry Alfred Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy and International Relations, 2002, Queen's University, Belfast
Kluge Center Project: "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."
Webcast: Roundtable Discussion on Transatlantic Relations During the 1970's, afternoon session
Webcast: Churchill's Cold War: The Politics of Personal Diplomacy
Webcast: Roundtable Discussion on Transatlantic Relations During the 1970's, morning session
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Webcast: Downward Course: European-American Relations from the 1970s to the Present
Lecture: Downward Course: European-American Relations from the 1970s to the Present.
Article: Scholar Says Transatlantic Rift Can Be Repaired
Article: Winston Churchill's Cold War
Article: "What Crimea's History Can Teach Us About Crimea's Future" (Foreign Policy, 2014) External
Book: A Companion to Europe Since 1945 (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2009)
Appointment: Press Release

Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2009, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland; Johns Hopkins University -SAIS
Kluge Center Project: "The U.S. and the unity of Europe: Transatlantic relations during the Cold War and the post-Cold War years."
Webcast: History as a way of life: Jurgen Kocka in conversation with Klaus Larres.
Webcast: Politics of Nixon & Obama
Lecture: "History as a Way of Life: Jürgen Kocka in Conversation with Klaus Larres"
Lecture: "Three Presidents, Three Policies: Nixon, Bush, Obama and Europe."

Invited Paricipant, 2015, University of North Carolina
Kluge Center Project: "ScholarFest - War/Peace: Perspectives on the Concept of World Order from Former Kissinger Chairs"
Webcast: #ScholarFest - "War/Peace: Perspectives on the Concept of World Order"

Libby Larsen

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

Ave Lauren

British Research Council Fellow, 2014, University of Cambridge
Kluge Center Project: "The Rise of New Migrant Identities and Landscapes in San Francisco."

Andrew Laurence

Invited Participant, 2012, Community organizer/archivist
Kluge Center Project: "Black Broadway and Little Ethiopia"
Webcast: "Other Cultures Within: Beyond the Naming of Things"
Press Release: "Other Cultures Within: Beyond the Naming of Things"

Emily Laurence

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

John M. Lawlor, Jr.

Invited Participant, 2007, Reading Area Community College
Kluge Center Project: "Arts in the culture war: The battle over temperance in Reading, Pennsylvania during the Progressive Era"
Press Release: American Cities Research Institute

David Lazer

Invited Participant, 2016, Northeastern University
Kluge Center Project: "Saving the Web: The Ethics and Challenges of Preserving What's on the Internet"
Blogpost: "How Do We Save the Web? Its Creators and Pioneers Offer Their Ideas"

James A. Leach

Invited Participant, 2004, Iowa Representative; Chairman, Subcommittee on East Asian and Pacific Affairs of the Committee on International Relations
Kluge Center Project: "Why China Needs Democracy: Chinese Reform in Theory and Practice"
Webcast: "Why China Needs Democracy: Chinese Reform in Theory and Practice"
Press Release: "Why China Needs Democracy: Chinese Reform in Theory and Practice"

Karen Leal

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

Peter Leavenworth

J. Franklin Jameson Fellow in American History, 2008, University of New Hampshire
Kluge Center Project: "Accounting for Taste: The Early American Music Business and Secularization in Music Aesthetics, 1720-1825"

Bradford Lee

Henry Alfred Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy and International Relations, 2014, Naval War College
Kluge Center Project: "One hundred Years of Blood-Dimmed Tides: The United States and War 1917-2017."
Lecture: "Navigating the Blood-Dimmed Tides: Was U.S. Military Intervention in the First World War Worth the Cost?" (May 7, 2015)
Blogpost: "Welcoming Bradford Lee, Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy"
Blogpost: "The True Costs of 100 Years of War"

Christopher Lee

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

Sonia Lee

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

Invited Paricipant, 2015, Washington University in St. Louis
Kluge Center Project: "ScholarFest - Right/Wrong: Perspectives on Notions & Morality"
Webcast: ScholarFest - Right/Wrong: Perspectives on Notions & Morality

Melvyn P. Leffler

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

Invited Paricipant, 2015, University of Virginia
Kluge Center Project: "ScholarFest - War/Peace: Perspectives on the Concept of World Order from Former Kissinger Chairs"
Webcast: #ScholarFest - "War/Peace: Perspectives on the Concept of World Order"

Althea Legal-Miller

British Research Council Fellow, 2006, King's College London
Kluge Center Project: "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
Kluge Center Project: "What shapes a ship? The Cultural construction of US naval science, 1880-1914."
Article: "Replication, re-placing and naval science in comparative context, c.1868-1904" The British Journal for the History of Science 46.1 (2013): 1-21) External

Gerardo Leibner

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

John A. Lent

Invited Participant, 2009, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Comic Art
Kluge Center Project: "Ding Cong: His Artistic Circle and Contributions"
Webcast: "Public Art and Illustrations: The Cartoons and Art of Ding Cong"
Press Release: "Public Art and Illustrations: The Cartoons and Art of Ding Cong"

Henry S. Leonard, Jr.

Invited Participant, 2011, Independent Scholar
Kluge Center Project: "Provenance of the Alfred North Whitehead Letter"
Webcast: Letter of Alfred North Whitehead
Press Release: Letter of Alfred North Whitehead

Charlotte Lerg

Bavarian Fellow, 2015, Ludwig-Maximilians Universitat Munich
Kluge Center Project: "Academic Prestige and International Relations. American Universities Seek Their Role in Transatlantic Relations 1900-1960."
Lecture: "American Universities, the 'German Connection', and the First World War" (Mar. 24, 2016)
Blogpost: New Scholars at the Kluge Center - September / October 2015

Visiting Fellow, 2017, Ludwig Maximillian University - Munich
Kluge Center Project: "The World at War: Cartoon and Conflict, 1914-1918."

Lawrence Lessig

Invited Participant, 2005, Stanford Law School
Kluge Center Project: "Taming the Regulation Culture"
Webcast: Taming the Regulation of Culture
Press Release: Taming the Regulation of Culture

Daniel Levine

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

David Levy

Harissios Papamarkou Chair in Education, 2005, University of Washington
Kluge Center Project: "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
Kluge Center Project: "The ways of providence: capitalism, risk and freedom."
Book: Freaks of Fortune: The Emerging World of Capitalism and Risk in America

Hector Leyva Carlas

Invited Participant, 2012, Independent Scholar
Kluge Center Project: "Marvelous Country, Precious and Horrible: Honduras through Travel Writing from the Nineteenth Century"

Theodore Liebman

Invited Participant, 2004, Independent Scholar
Kluge Center Project: "Tehran Conference"
Press Release: Tehran Conference

Anatol Lieven

Invited Participant, 2003, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Kluge Center Project: "Global Geopolitical Trends: Is the Iraq War a Major Turning Point?"
Webcast: "Global Geopolitical Trends: Is the Iraq War a Major Turning Point?"
Press Release: "Global Geopolitical Trends: Is the Iraq War a Major Turning Point?"

Jeehyun Lim

Kluge Fellow, 2017, University of Buffalo, "Cold War Internationalism and Racial Liberalism in the Writings of James A. Michener."

Maria Helena Lima

Invited Participant, 2012, SUNY-Geneseo
Kluge Center Project: "Worlds in Comparison"
Webcast: "Other Cultures Within: Beyond the Naming of Things"
Press Release: "Other Cultures Within: Beyond the Naming of Things"

Jimmy Lin

Invited Participant, 2016, University of Waterloo
Kluge Center Project: "Saving the Web: The Ethics and Challenges of Preserving What's on the Internet"
Blogpost: "How Do We Save the Web? Its Creators and Pioneers Offer Their Ideas"

Nicole Lindenberg

German Fellowship, 2014, Goethe University
Kluge Center Project: "Passing and Split Habitus in Ellison's Three Days Before the Shooting."

Erik Linstrum

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

Lu Liu

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

Eric Lob

Kluge Fellow, 2017, Florida International University
Kluge Center Project: "Construction Jihad: Rural Development and Regime Consolidation in Revolutionary Iran."

James Loeffler

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

Aleksandra Loewenau

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

Emma Login

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

Alexandre Loktionov

British Research Council Fellow, 2016, University of Cambridge
Kluge Center Project: "Importing the Law? Understanding the role of Semitic legal concepts in shaping the justice system of New Kingdom Egypt."

Thomas Lowman

British Research Council Fellow, 2017, Durham University
Kluge Center Project: "Beyond Idi Amin: Collective Violence and the State in Uganda, 1971-79."

Helen Longlands

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

Donald S. Lopez, Jr.

Invited Participant, 2015, University of Michigan
Kluge Center Project: "Astrobiology and the Religious Imagination: Reexamining Notions of Creation, Humanity, Selfhood, and the Cosmos"
Webcast: "Astrobiology and the Religious Imagination: Reexamining Notions of Creation, Humanity, Selfhood, and the Cosmos"
Press Release: "Astrobiology and the Religious Imagination: Reexamining Notions of Creation, Humanity, Selfhood, and the Cosmos"

Jennifer Loughmiller-Newman

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

W. Roger Louis

Kluge Chair in Countries and Cultures of the North, 2010, University of Texas, Austin
Kluge Center Project: "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

Invited Paricipant, 2015, Univeristy of Texas
Kluge Center Project: "ScholarFest - Life/Past: How We Write About Those Who Came Before Us"
Webcast: ScholarFest - Life/Past: How We Write About Those Who Came Before Us
Webcast: ScholarFest - Freedom of Expression & Why it Matters

Jason Loviglio

J. Franklin Jameson Fellow in American History, 2003, University of Maryland
Kluge Center Project: "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
Kluge Center Project: "Moral Deliberation and Political Realism."
Appointment: Robin Lovin Named to the Cary and Ann Maguire Chair in Ethics and American History

Invited Paricipant, 2015, Southern Methodist University
Kluge Center Project: "Scholarfest - Life/Future: Definitions of Life in the 21st Century & Beyond"
Webcast: Scholarfest - Life/Future: Definitions of Life in the 21st Century & Beyond

David Low

British Research Council Fellow, 2011, Independent Scholar
Kluge Center Project: "Armin Wegner's photographs of the Armenian genocide, 1915-16, with reference to other photographic representations of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire."

George Lucas

Invited Participant, 2011, U.S. Naval Academy
Kluge Center Project: "Whitehead, Wittgenstein and 20th Century Philosophy and Ethics"
Webcast: Letter of Alfred North Whitehead
Press Release: Letter of Alfred North Whitehead

Ricardo V. Luna

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

Adrienne Lundgren

Kluge Staff Fellow, 2012, Library of Congress, Conservation Division
Kluge Center Project: "The Photographs of F. Holland Day: Creating a Materials-Based Catalogue Raisonne for Photography."
Webcast: "Photos of F. Holland Day: Developing a Materials-Based Catalog Raisonne" (Sept. 19, 2013)

Jonathan Lunine

Invited Participant, 2015, Cornell University
Kluge Center Project: "Astrobiology and the Religious Imagination: Reexamining Notions of Creation, Humanity, Selfhood, and the Cosmos"
Webcast: "Astrobiology and the Religious Imagination: Reexamining Notions of Creation, Humanity, Selfhood, and the Cosmos"
Press Release: First Blumberg Dialogue to Focus on Astrobiology and Religion

Katherine Luongo

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

Sergio Lussana

British Research Council Fellow, 2008, University of Warwick
Kluge Center Project: "Band of brothers: Enslaved masculinity and friendship in the antebellum South."
Article: "To See Who Was Best on the Plantation: Enslaved Fighting Contests and Masculinity in the Antebellum Plantation South" The Journal of Southern History 76.4 (2010): 901-922 External

Kathleen Lynch

Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 2003, Executive Director, Folger Institute, Folger Shakespeare Library
Kluge Center Project: "A pattern or more: the uses of religious experience in 17th century Britain."
Book: Protestant Autobiography in the Seventeenth-Century Anglophone World (New York: Oxford University Press, 2012)

Invited Paricipant, 2015, Executive Director, Folger Institute, Folger Shakespeare Library
Kluge Center Project: "ScholarFest - Life/Present: Personal & Cultural Identity in a Multicultural World"
Webcast: ScholarFest - Life/Present: Personal & Cultural Identity in a Multicultural World

Dimitry Lyubin

Fulbright Fellow, 2008, The State Hermitage Museum (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Kluge Center Project: "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

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