JHU historians weigh in on “uncovering new understandings, not only about historic topics such as slavery, but also about more contemporary issues such as redlining, incarceration, and the Black Lives Matter movement” in the article “Through a New Lens” featured in the Spring 2018 issue of the JHU Arts & Sciences Magazine. “Through a New […]
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Read the latest Washington Post article by Professor Martha Jones titled, “Trump said protesting NFL players ‘shouldn’t be in this country.’ We should take him seriously.”
2018 Annual Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) Conference on “Spain and the American Revolution” June 8-10, 2018 Gilman Hall, Room 50 JHU Homewood Campus Please see the conference program for more information.
Congratulations to Professor Lawrence Jackson on winning the Mystery Writers of America 2018 Edgar Award in the ‘Best Critical/Biographical’ category for his book Chester B. Himes: A Biography! Chester B. Himes has also won the ‘Best Book’ category for the 2018 Best of Baltimore and the 2018 Black Caucus of the American Library Association’s Literary Award […]
Professors Martha Jones and Jessica Johnson were recently interviewed by WYPR to discuss their graduate course Black Womanhood, its publicly available online syllabus, and why ‘access to knowledge can be so powerful and how online engagement affects curriculum.’ Listen to their interview here: “Knowledge is Access“
Congratulations to Professor Martha Jones on being selected as the keynote speaker for the Spring 2018 commencement ceremony for the University of Michigan-Flint!
Congratulations to Professor Elizabeth Thornberry on receiving a Davis Center Fellowship for 2018-19!
In a recent issue from the Chronicle of Higher Education, “The Awakening: Women and Power in the Academy,” Professor Martha Jones contributed a piece titled, “‘I Had a Dream About You Last Night – a Sexual Dream’: Women Have Heard It All.” From the CHE issue: “When it comes to silencing women,” writes Mary Beard, “Western […]
The course syllabus, for Spring 2018 graduate course Black Womanhood, was recently featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education. The course instructors, Professors Martha Jones and Jessica Johnson, discuss sharing the course syllabus publicly and the results of reaching out to broader audiences.
Jessica Marie Johnson joins Anjali Arondekar and Tatiana Seijas on the work of decolonizing history. For slavery studies, engagements with the geopolitical have robustly shifted the angles through which the field might begin to imagine collusions, collaborations and conversations with regions of the world. Historians, in particular, have contributed to our understanding of the forces at […]