Alexandra Good '12 talks about working on the recent student-curated exhibit
Print by Print: From Durer to Lichtenstein at the BMA. Watch now >>
Students in the Mellon-funded course Staging Suburbia work alongside staff from the Jewish
Museum of Maryland to develop the exhibit “Jews on the Move” (on the left: student-curator
Molly Martell '15 helps install the show in Hodson Hall)
Emily Carambelas '11 restores a Torah crown from the university's Henry Sonneborn
collection of Judaica for her show “From Sacred to Secular: Collecting and Caring for Judaica.”
Find out more about her work and the project>>
Woodrow Wilson undergraduate research fellow Laura Somenzi '13 curates the exhibit “Choreography in Color:
The Art of Zelda Fitzgerald at JHU's Evergreen Museum and Library.” Find out more>>
Students visit the Louvre in Paris as part of new Study Abroad courses offered by the Program
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An Edible Books Win
Apr 7, 2014 9:11:00 AM EDT
New Humanities Lecture with Steven Lubar
Mar 14, 2014 8:42:00 AM EDT

We are pleased to announce a public lecture by Steven Lubar, from Brown University, on Monday, March 24th, 6pm in the Mason Hall Auditorium. Reception to follow. ...Click here to read more.

Faculty Book
Feb 18, 2014 11:31:00 AM EST

Dr. Kingsley's book The Bernward Gospels: Art, Memory, and the Episcopate in Medieval Germany has been published by the Penn State University Press. Her study considers one of the most significant examples of the eleventh-century book arts, the gospel book that served as a founding gift from Bishop Bernward to the Abbey of St. Michael’s in Hildesheim. Its publication is supported by competitive awards from the Medieval Academy of America and the International Center for Medieval Art in partnership with the Kress Foundation....Click here to read more.

Jennifer Kingsley appointed Assistant Director
Feb 12, 2014 10:37:00 AM EST

On Jan. 1, 2014, Jennifer Kingsley was appointed our new Assistant Director, a position that will allow her to build on the excellent work she has done for the Program since arriving back at Hopkins in the summer of 2011. As Assistant Director, she takes on a faculty position that includes increased teaching responsibilities and additional leadership roles in areas of program growth, partnering, and planning.

Dr. Kingsley is focusing her energies in several exciting areas, including the intersections of museums and technology, with innovative courses and projects underway in the digital humanities; the study of living collections, including emerging partnerships with the Maryland Zoo, the Rawlings-Blake Conservatory, and the Department of Biology; and a continued exploration of how her academic specialty--medieval art--intersects with and takes on new dimensions through museological and historiographic study.

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