Prof. Rothman Named Distinguished Visiting Scholar of the Library of Congress’s Kluge Center
Congratulations to Professor Adam Rothman, who has just been named Distinguished Visiting Scholar of the Library of Congress’s John W. Kluge Center. Professor Rothman will be in residence at the Kluge Center in Fall semester, 2018, carrying out research on his project “African American Voices from Slavery to Freedom.”
From the Library of Congress website:
Distinguished Visiting Scholars are senior scholars invited by the Librarian of Congress to be in residence at The John W. Kluge Center and make use of the Library’s unparalleled collections. Senior scholars offer a dispassionate and seasoned perspective to the intellectual life of Washington, D.C., and bring both philosophical depth and historical perspective to their research. Scholars are appointed by the Librarian of Congress.
Congrats, Professor Rothman!