Congrats to Prof. Johnson on her recent essay, “Are These the Bones of Blacks?” An African American Social Construction of Justice, published in Somatosphere!
News & Announcements Archive
Congratulations to Professor Erin Rowe on being selected as the Edwin C. and Elizabeth A. Whitehead Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies, Princeton for 2017-18.
Congratulations to Professor Yumi Kim, recipient of the David B. Larson Fellowship in Health and Spirituality at the Kluge Center in the Library of Congress, 2018.
Congratulations to Professor Lawrence Jackson on your Edgar Award nomination, from the Mystery Writers of America, in the Best Critical/Biographical category for your book Chester B. Himes: A Biography!
Bloomberg Distinguished Professor Lawrence Jackson’s biography of American author Chester Himes has been included in the 2018 PEN America Literary Awards Longlist. The PEN America Literary Awards have honored the most outstanding voices in literature since 1963, conferring more than 20 distinct awards, fellowships, grants, and prizes each year. The PEN/Bograd Weld Prize for biography, […]
An opinion piece for Times Higher Education, by Professor Gabriel Paquette, discusses the recent congressional tax reform in relation to higher education.
Recent comments made by President Trump, during a ceremony honoring Native American code-talkers, are put into historical perspective in the Washington Post article, “Why calling Elizabeth Warren ‘Pocahontas’ is a slur against all mixed-race Americans,” by Professor Martha S. Jones.
Congratulations to Professor John Marshall on being elected an Overseas Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge University for the 2018 Lent and Easter terms!
Congratulations to Juliann Susas, undergraduate junior double major in International Studies and History, on winning the 2017 undergraduate level ALBA’s George Watt essay contest for her essay, “Spanish Civil War Music: A Crescendo of Ideological Disjuncture.” Congrats, Juliann!
Drs. Nathan Connolly (History), Jennifer Kingsley (Museums and Society) and Shani Mott (Africana Studies) have been awarded funding from the JHU Exploration of Practical Ethics program for their project Housing Our Story: Towards Archival Justice for Black Baltimore. The project engages in the practical ethics of building an archive about African-American staff and contract workers at […]