In an interview with The Way of Improvement Leads Home, Assistant Professor Jessica Johnson discusses her recent publication, Wicked Flesh: Black Women, Intimacy, and Freedom in the Atlantic World.
News & Announcements Archive
We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Amarilys Estrella will be joining JHU, this fall, as the ACLS Emerging Voices Postdoc for 2020-2021. Her postdoc will be located in the […]
Our very own history instructors, Nathan Connolly and Shani Mott, and their children have become a family filmmaking unit with the creation of Storytime with Dr. Connolly! Every member of […]
Pier Larson, professor in the Department of History, died on Saturday, July 25, 2020. He was 58. Pier was a historian of Africa with a specialty in Madagascar and the […]
A July 2020 article from Vox discusses the shortcomings of media representation of Black icons in regards to the recent Vanity Fair and Vogue magazine covers, featuring the unclothed/exposed backs […]
Please see the following resolution from the Johns Hopkins University History Department.
Congratulations to Assistant Professor, Jessica Johnson, on winning one of this year’s Johns Hopkins Diversity Awards from the Diversity Leadership Council! These awards recognize exceptional contributions of faculty, staff, and […]
Congratulations to assistant professor, Elizabeth Thornberry, on being awarded a 2020 Johns Hopkins Catalyst Award! These grant awards of up to $75,000 support the promising research and creative endeavors of […]
In light of the research delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, please see the following document from the History Department, which calls for an extension of graduate student funding.
A Chinese language translation of Tobie Meyer-Fong’s book, What Remains: Coming to Terms with Civil War in 19th Century China, was published by Acropolis (Taiwan), on June 3, 2020.