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Writing about Hard Histories in Baltimore

Join Hard Histories at Hopkins for a virtual conversation about writing “hard histories” in the Baltimore-area. In this webinar, historians Dr. Ken Lipartito and Dr. Andy Jewett will be in conversation with Hard Histories at Hopkins Project Director Dr. Martha S. Jones about their work on these matters. Dr. Lipartito, along with Dr. Patricia Watson, […]

Hard Histories Spring 2023 Research Lab Presentations

In spring 2023, JHU Hard Histories, directed by Dr. Martha S. Jones, is hosting a series of conversations exploring the histories of Blackness, slavery, and racism in the Maryland area.  Our next webinar of the semester, “Hard Histories Spring 2023 Research Lab Course Presentations,” will occur on Wednesday, April 26 from 3-4 pm eastern. This virtual event is […]

Conference – Genealogies of Development: Approaches from Latin America

Research workshop organized by Dr. Casey Lurtz, Department of History A works-in-progress conference bringing together scholars working from the late colonial to contemporary period who address questions of what development (desarrollo, fomento, modernización, mejoramiento, etc) meant in particular moments over the last few hundred years and how Latin America helps us understand the practices and […]