News & Announcements Archive

Johns Hopkins political scientist Lester Spence gets year-end shoutout from ‘The Atlantic’

Critic Mark Greif named Spence’s Knocking the Hustle: Against the Neoliberal Turn in Black Politics among the magazine’s list of “Best Books We Missed in 2016”. Spence, an associate professor of political science and Africana studies at Hopkins, penned Knocking the Hustle as a critique of the rise of neoliberal forces over the past few […]


2017 Community Impact Internships Program Opportunity

The Community Impact Internships Program (CIIP) applications are available and due January 6th, 2016. Join other Hopkins students this summer in Baltimore working alongside community members to make a difference. The CIIP is a competitive, paid summer internship program that pairs JHU undergraduate students with nonprofit organizations and government agencies to work on community-identified projects. CIIP […]


The State of Cultural Competency in Global Health

Join Center for Africana Studies Today November 30,2016 Maryland Hall Room 202 at . Two Great Speakers : Dr.Iko Ibanga and Dr. Sia FuambI Amadou 3:00 – 4:00 Dr. Iko Ibanga President and Founder of Pro-Health International The Challenges of Hosting American Medical Mission Teams in Nigeria and other African countries over a span of […]


JHU Forums on Race in America presents “Latinos in America, Post-Election”

Join us at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 30, 2016 for JHU Forums on Race in America presents “Latinos in America, Post-Election” at Shriver Hall. Topics of discussion will include Latino identity, Latino economic contributions to society, grassroots community partnerships, and Latinos in education. This event is open to the public but registration is required. […]


POSTPONED: Critical Thought Collective

The Critical Thought Collective meeting has been postponed until next semester. Look out for further information about the date/location of our upcoming discussion on Marc Lamont Hill’s book, Nobody: Casualties of America’s Warn on the Vulnerable, from Ferguson to Flint and Beyond.


O Wind, Take Me to My Country- Performance Poetry Nov.16

Join the Center for African Studies, the Program in East Asian Studies, the Program in International Studies, the Writing Seminars Program, the Graduate Representative Organization, and the Office of Multicultural Affairs in welcoming award-winning poets Safia Elhillo and Jess X. Chen to the Homewood Campus. The event will begin at 7:30pm.