Graduate students Thomas Keegan and Vincenza Mazzeo have won the Alexander Grass Humanities Institute Sponsorship award for an event they are planning for Fall 2022 entitled, From Africa to the World: Rethinking […]
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Kevin Kind received a Center for Chinese Studies pre-doctoral fellowship from the National Central Library in Taiwan. His article, Musulman Knowledge, Local History, and the Making of the Qing Nation-State, was […]
Julia Man-chu Wu was awarded a Taiwanese Overseas Pioneers Grant to support her dissertation research.
JHU Undergraduate Daphne Tang (IS major) was the recipient of this year’s Arnold Prize for Outstanding Writing on Baltimore’s History awarded by the Baltimore City Historical Society. Daphne’s award-winning paper […]
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Casey Lurtz who was awarded a summer stipend from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)! NEH Summer Stipends for scholars will support and enable archival […]
Congratulations to Dominique Hazzard, the junior curator of “Food for the People: Eating and Activism in Greater Washington” at the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum (Senior Curator, Dr. Samir Meghelli). Dominique Hazzard […]
Infrastructure has a long history of cloaking racism and preventing justice, writes JHU historian N.D.B. Connolly in The Washington Post.
Roundtable celebrates the publication of a special Issue of the journal Bresil(s) honoring the life of our colleague, the late John Russell Wood, and edited by current colleagues Erin Rowe and Jean […]
Come one, come all! Image caption: New Orleans, May 1961. Langston Hughes Papers. James Weldon Johnson Collection in the Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. […]
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded a $2 million grant to the Digital Solidarities Lab (DSL) co-led by Jessica Marie Johnson. This multi-institutional Black feminist digital humanities partnership will include […]