Events

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Aug
6
Sun
“Uncertain Times: Martin Luther’s Remedies for the Soul.”
Aug 6 – Oct 29 all-day The Walters Art Museum

An exhibit curated by Krieger Fellow, Yu Na Han, with approximately 20 works on display. For more information, please visit The Walters Art Museum’s website.

Sep
20
Wed
Film Discussion – Filming Community, Queerness & Disporas – Narratives from France & the US
Sep 20 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Gilman Hall, Room 400

Discussion with filmmakers Tarek Lakhrissi and Stephane Gerard

Presented by: Johns Hopkins Program for the Study of Women, Gender and Sexuality. Co-sponsored by CAMS.

Sep
21
Thu
The Presence of Absence: G6PD Deficiency and “Medical Archaeology” in the Middle East
Sep 21 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Elise Burton, Cambridge University

Sep
24
Sun
The Baltimore Book Festival – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Sep 24 @ 2:00 pm Baltimore Inner Harbor

For more information, please click here.

Nov
9
Thu
Life Sentences: A Conference on Incarceration and the Humanities
Nov 9 @ 8:30 am Parkway Theatre
Life Sentences: A Conference on Incarceration and the Humanities @ Parkway Theatre | Baltimore | Maryland | United States

This conference explores the impact of incarceration on the world of ideas, through special attention to film, history, and qualitative methods. It considers how our approaches to intellectual work have been and can be further advanced via the thought-work of those behind bars. It weighs, too, how scholarship, via prison education and other avenues, has and can continue to serve as a vehicle for emancipation from imprisonment, and possibly an instrument for prison abolition.

To view detailed information about the conference, please click here.

Nov
10
Fri
Life Sentences: A Conference on Incarceration and the Humanities
Nov 10 @ 9:00 am Parkway Theatre
Life Sentences: A Conference on Incarceration and the Humanities @ Parkway Theatre | Baltimore | Maryland | United States

This conference explores the impact of incarceration on the world of ideas, through special attention to film, history, and qualitative methods. It considers how our approaches to intellectual work have been and can be further advanced via the thought-work of those behind bars. It weighs, too, how scholarship, via prison education and other avenues, has and can continue to serve as a vehicle for emancipation from imprisonment, and possibly an instrument for prison abolition.

To view detailed information about the conference, please click here.