Students in History course AS.100.497 1968: Rebels, Revolutions & Right-Wing Backlash, alongside Baltimore Polytechnic Institute were brought together to work on a unique project to learn more about Baltimore’s Civil […]
News & Announcements Archive
The Undergraduate History Association (UHA) presents “New Voices in History,” Wednesday, October 12th, 3:30-5:00pm, Gilman 300. Join us to meet new(ish) History faculty and discuss how their work highlights new […]
Eighteen History graduate students won fellowships, prizes, or published work last year. These include the 2022 Smithsonian Award for Excellence in Exhibitions, the Butler Prize, and the Ditz Prize for Graduate Teaching.
By Magdalene Klassen Digital technologies have reshaped access to historical sources and methods of sharing our research. Though computer directories maintain the vocabulary of an earlier classifying structure in the […]
By Chloe Hawkey It’s no secret that Hopkins attracts a disproportionate number of scientifically and medically inclined students. Bucking the tide, undergraduate history majors have demonstrated an increasing dedication to […]
by Jessica Newby In March of 2021, I visited the department as a recently admitted prospective student. Shortly after an introductory meeting, one of my prospective advisors, Dr. Jessica Marie […]
Jessica Marie Johnson’s book, Wicked Flesh: Black Women, Intimacy, and Freedom in the Atlantic World, has won the Berkshire Conference Book Prize for a first book that deals substantially with […]
Professor Connolly reflects and shares his interview with the late Julius S. Scott III, an eminent historian of the Afro-Caribbean and Haitian Revolution in Public Books.
Alanna Margulies has won this year’s Arthur Kouguell Memorial Prize for her undergraduate senior thesis, “Baltimore School for the Arts and the City that Built It.” Thanks to her sophisticated scholarship […]
Historian and Assistant Professor Jessica Marie Johnson leads several teams tapping into the power of datasets to uncover new truths about Black history. Read more about her work, her teams, and why her ability to see new perspectives with data in the spring 2022 issue of the Krieger School's Arts & Sciences Magazine.