The Housing Our Story project, run by principle investigators Jennifer Kingsley (Museums & Society Program), Shani Mott (Center for Africana Studies), and N.D.B. Connolly (History Department), was recently featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education’s article titled, “Whose History? Scholars and Students Attempt to Correct Years of Archival Neglect at Johns Hopkins.” The project engages […]
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History professor emeritus Mary Ryan will be giving a talk on her latest book, Taking the Land to Make the City: A Bicoastal History of North America, Tuesday, March 12, 2019, 6:00-7:30pm, at the George Peabody Library (Peabody Institute, 17 E. Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, MD 21202). Read more about this event on the Hub.
In January 2019, Prof. Tobie Meyer-Fong was quoted in the article, “The Latest Hot Celebrity Endorsement” Chinese Imperial History.”
Breaking Boundaries, Created Spaces January 24th (5-7pm, Davis Performing Arts Center, Gonda Theater) and January 25th (10am-5pm, Lauinger Library, Murray Room, 5th Floor) Georgetown University This free conference considers how black cultural production, expression, criticism, activist work, and scholarship engage the built environment and spatial configurations. Sponsored by Georgetown University’s Departments of African American Studies […]
Exhibition talk: In the Name of the Father: George Washington and American Identity January 17, 2019, 5:30–7:30 p.m. Location: Homewood Museum Price: $10 public; free for members and Johns Hopkins faculty, staff, and students Purchase Tickets Seating is limited and advance registration is requested: online through Eventbrite or by calling 410-516-5589. Walk-in registration is based on seating availability. […]
The AADHum Initiative at the University of Maryland is proud to invite scholars, researchers, teachers, professionals, activists, and community members to its first national conference, Intentionally Digital, Intentionally Black. The conference will be held at the UMD campus in College Park, Maryland, on October 18-20, 2018. What happens to digital humanities inquiry when we begin with Black […]
Come see Prof. Lawrence Jackson at the National Book Festival on Saturday, September 1, 2018! Presentation: 3-3:45pm Book Signing: 4:30-5:30pm Location: Washington Convention Center, 801 Mt. Vernon Place NW, Washington, DC Prof. Jackson is the award-winning author of “Chester B. Himes: A Biography.” For more information about the National Book festival, please see their website.
Prof. Martha Jones new book, Birthright Citizens: A History of Race and Rights in Antebellum America, will be available in print edition this weekend! She was recently interviewed by the New York Times in an article titled, “The History Behind the Birthright Citizens Battle” where she discussed how the 19th-century drive for African-American citizenship connects with today’s immigration […]
Read the latest Washington Post article by Professor Martha Jones titled, “How to resist bad Supreme Court rulings.”
Professor Nathan Connolly was recently interviewed for the second episode of the podcast, The Known World, where he discusses “fashioning narratives out of historical events—what is gained and what is lost in approaching history as story.” Listen to the podcast or read the excerpt from the following links. Podcast: The Known World – Stories in Past […]