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 […]
News & Announcements Archive
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 […]
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 […]
Prof. Johnson will be one of two keynote speakers at the “Intentionally Digital, Intentionally Black” conference, at the University of Maryland, October 18-20, 2018. The deadline for proposals is Monday, […]
Prof. Martha Jones’ recent op-ed piece in The Washington Post discusses the official portrait of Michelle Obama and the history, legacy, and representation of black women in the White House. You […]
An op-ed piece by History doctoral candidate, Jennie Williams, titled, “JHU, too, must atone for its slavery connection,” was published, yesterday, by The Baltimore Sun. Congrats, Jennie!
Congratulations to History junior, Michael Anfang, on the publication of his paper, (Un)Orthodoxy among Priests and Neighbors: Local Circles of Religious Negotiation in Western Peripheral Late Medieval Communities, 1897-1917, in the Spring 2018 […]
Congrats to Prof. Johnson on her recent essay, “Are These the Bones of Blacks?” An African American Social Construction of Justice, published in Somatosphere!