Join Dr. Cajetan Iheka on February 22, 2018, at 4:00 pm in Mergenthaler Hall 266, as he talks about his book “Naturalizing Africa: Rehabilitating the Human in African Literature.”
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Join us on February 14, 2018, to celebrate Frederick Douglass’s 200th birthday and participate in a digital map conversation with Professors Lawrence Jackson (JHU), Corey D.B Walker (Virginia Union University), and Greg Carr (Howard University). Time and Location: 4:30 PM in the Homewood Museum Wine Cellar, Johns Hopkins University.
On March 8-9, 2018, join us for, "BOUND/UNBOUND: Contemporary Black Marriage in Research, Policy & Practice," a two-day symposium exploring contemporary Black marriage across a wide-range of tensions, influences, and historical contexts.
The new exhibition titled, “Freedom Papers: Black Assertions from the Archives” began with an opening reception held in the MSE library on November 15 and hosted by the Black Faculty and Staff Association and the CAS. The exhibition itself will last until February 2018.
A two-day conference happening this week on November 9th and 10th and sponsored by the JHU Humanities Institute.
The Hub article describes the pioneering research and scholarship of Professor Vesla Weaver, who arrived at JHU in the fall as a Bloomberg Professor and is jointly appointed to the Department of Political Science and Department of Sociology.
The President’s Reading Series and the Writing Seminars present Teju Cole. Where and When: November 7th, 2017 at 6: 00 PM in the Mudd Hall Auditorium. Cole was born in the U.S. in 1975 and raised in Nigeria. He is the author of two works of fiction: Every Day Is for the Thief, which was named […]
The Milton S. Eisenhower Symposium will host Joy Ann Reid, political analyst and host of MSNBC’s AM Joy. Reid will give a talk titled “Journalism in the age of fake news.” Formerly the managing editor of TheGrio.com, Reid is also the author of Fracture: Barack Obama, the Clintons and the Racial Divide and a columnist […]
Native American activist and advocate for environmental, women’s, and children’s rights discusses environmental racism. Date: Wednesday, November 8 Time: 6pm reception, followed by talk at 7 pm. Location: Auditorium, Mason Hall, Homewood Campus. Winona LaDuke, a Native American activist and advocate for environmental, women’s, and children’s rights will speak at the next JHU Forums on Race in […]
Thank you to Associate Professor of Philosophy Chris Lebron for the fascinating and memorable conversation about the conception and analysis of his new book, The Making of Black Lives Matter: The History of an Idea. Professor Lester Spence moderated a highly interactive and fluid discussion. Center faculty and board members Jeanne-Marie Jackson, Mike Degani and […]