Hear from a scholar-in-residence about his experience at the John W. Kluge Center. Kluge Fellow Dr. Robin Kornman, a noted Buddhist scholar who worked on a translation of the Epic of Gesar of Ling, discusses his time at the Library of Congress with Robert Saladini of the John W. Kluge Center.
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Kluge Fellow, 2011, Institut National d'Histoire de l'Art, "Pictures without Borders: Transnationalism in Illustrated Books of the 15th and 16th Centuries."
British Research Council Fellow, 2011, Birkbeck College, University of London, "Between law and politics: Sanctuary movements."
Jennifer R Davis
Kluge Fellow, 2011, The Catholic University of America, "Charlemagne's practice of empire."
Kluge Fellow, 2012, Stockholm University, "George Kleine and the Transformation of Cinema."
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, Lancaster University, "A Systemic Review of Methodology for the Development of Child Health Assessment Tools."
Risa L Goluboff
ACLS Burkhardt Fellow, 2012, University of Virginia, "People out of Place: The Sixties, the Supreme Court, and Vagrancy Law."
ACLS Burkhardt Fellow, 2011, University of Iowa, "Trials without End: Political Violence and Democracy in Bolivia after World War II."
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?"
David H. Grinspoon
NASA/LC Chair in Astrobiology, 2012, independent scholar, ""Astrobiology and the Anthropocene Era: Exploring the Potential Roles of Life and Intelligence on Earth and Beyond""
Appointment: Appointment of Chair
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Oxford, "Home Recorded, Lo-Fi Popular Music: The Construction of an Aesthetic."
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Sussex, "Self-Erasing Ekphrasis: A Comparative Study of Wallace Steven's Object Poetics."
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."
Bavarian Fellow, 2012, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat, "An Intellectual History of the U.S. Military after the End of the Cold War."
Visiting Fellow, 2012, University of Kentucky, "Transatlantic Modernism and the Emergence of Postcolonial Literature."
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Lincoln, "Heros and Villains: Reality and Imagination (part of an Arts and Humanities Research Council project entitled Comics and the World Wars: A Cultural Record."
Bavarian Fellow, 2012, University of Bayreuth, "The Development of an Environmental Consciousness in African-American Literature."
Kemp Scholar in Political Economy, 2011, independent scholar, "The Jack Kemp legacy."
Lecture: Flier: Jack Kemp, An American Idealist”
Appointment: Morton Kondracke Named to Jack Kemp Chair in Political Economy
Other: Press Release for Lecture on Jack Kemp
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Birmingham, "Contemporary War Memorial Processses: Memorialization of Those Previously Excluded from the Conflict Narrative."
Kluge Staff Fellow, 2012, N/A, "The Photographs of F. Holland Day: Creating a Materials-Based Catalogue Raisonne for Photography"
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."
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."
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."
Marie Curie Fellowship, 2011, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (Paris), "An environmental history of Haiti."
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, Lancaster University, "An Exploration of the Relationship between Academic Work and Parenthood."
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."
Visiting Fellow, 2012, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, "The Yankee in 19th-Century American Culture: Frome Stage to Page and Beyond."
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Liverpool, "Maritime Semiology: Sir Francis Drake as Symbolic Agent of Early Modern 'Sea-Change.'"
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."
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Nottingham, "Civil Liberties under Siege?: The Anti-Stalinist Left in the Age of McCarthyism."
Kluge Fellow, 2012, University of Sydney, "The Afterlives of Specimens: The Science of Mourning in Whitman's America."
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."
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, Cardiff University, "The Highs and Lows of Modernism: A Cultural Deconstruction."
British Research Council Fellow, 2012, University of Edinburgh, "Alan Lomax in the UK: An Investigation into the Practice of Field Recording in 1950s' Britain."