W. Caleb McDaniel, a 2006 History PhD alumnus, was recently featured in the Washington Post regarding his research into the extraordinary life of Henrietta Wood.
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Mack Walker, professor emeritus in the Department of History, died February 10, 2021, of COVID-19. An esteemed historian of German intellectual history, Walker spent 25 years at Johns Hopkins.
Taller Electric Marronage has an exciting slate of events this term. Please join us for our first spring 2021 gathering Electric Laboratory: A Taller Electric Marronage x Dark Laboratory Event. […]
Anne E. Lester was awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for the 2020-2021 year. She will be on research leave in the Spring and Fall semesters of 2021 […]
Profs. Nathan Connolly and Lawrence Jackson belong to a team of Johns Hopkins University recipients of a $4.4 million Just Futures grant from the Mellon Foundation. In tandem with Drs. […]
Congratulations to Assistant Professor, Jessica M. Johnson, on winning a 2020 Rebel Women’s Lit Caribbean Readers’ Award for Best Non-Fiction Book for Wicked Flesh: Black Women, Intimacy, and Freedom in […]
“This summer, I (Jessica Marie Johnson, Assistant Professor) had the pleasure of launching LifexCode: Digital Humanities Against Enclosure, a digital practice lab committed to exploring and creating public scholarship at the […]
WICKED FLESH by Jessica Marie Johnson and VANGUARD by Martha Jones are chosen by editors of Black Perspectives (African American Intellectual History Society) as one of the best Black history […]
Congratulations to Professor Francois Furstenberg on receiving a Discovery Award! In 2020, 41 Discovery Awards were given to interdisciplinary faculty teams across eleven units of Johns Hopkins. From utilizing machine learning […]
Since coming to Hopkins in 2016, Jessica Marie Johnson’s innovations in digital humanities have girded her understanding of how African American women have lived and envisioned what freedom might look like. Her work in progress, including Life x Code: Digital Humanities […]