Professor Katrina Bell McDonald has recently returned from a month-long visit to China. McDonald is an Associate professor of Sociology and an affiliate of CAS, and recently served as an […]
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The Center for Africana Studies would like to congratulate Dr. Jim Ashton on his successful dissertation linking patriotism and nationalist ideologies to the culture and practice of music in 19th […]
Last night, Professor Ralph Peterson, Jr. of Berklee College of Music discussed music in the context of the #BlackLivesMatter movement with JHU's Dr. Lester Spence
Professor Lester Spence and D Watkins will take part in the Baltimore Book Festival this Saturday, September 26th, as part of a special panel, “Baltimore: The Path Forward” discussing the […]
MSE Symposium speaker series will be hosting Baltimore writer D. Watkins on October 7th at 7pm, regarding “Baltimore Uprising: The People’s Perspective.” D. Watkins recently released his first book, titled The Beast Side: […]
Dr. Hayes’ new article appears in Critical Sociology. It critiques the militarization of police forces in the 21st Century urban United States.
Lester Spece was awarded a grant as part of the 2015 Engaged Scholar Faculty and Community Fellows Program. Lester will be working with Baltimore’s Right to Housing Alliance and co-teaching […]
Robbins’s piece “The Literature of Lynching” appears today in The Chronicle of Higher Education online. Robbins discuses the complexities of the incorporation of lynching poems into the American poetry syllabus: […]
Political Science Professor, Lester Spence, discusses the Obama administration on NPR's "Morning Edition."
Kim Gallon has been named as one of the awardees of the American Council of Learned Societies' Digital Innovation Fellowship.