Society of Scholars recognizes former JHU postdocs, house staff, and junior or visiting faculty who gained marked distinction in their fields, including SOBA’s own Janine Austin Clayton. Through her research […]
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The Center for Africana Studies is thrilled to announce that Jessica Marie Johnson will be joining the faculty on July 1, 2016 as Assistant Professor in History and Africana Studies, […]
Kim Gallon is a visiting scholar at The Center for Africana Studies at Johns Hopkins University. She is currently working on a manuscript entitled, "Covering the Race in Black and White: Sexuality and Modern Black Newspapers, 1925–1945"
FREE PUBLIC PERFORMANCE: Quraysh Ali Lansana, Tony Medina, and Safia Elhillo The BreakBeat Poets: New American Poetry in the Age of Hip-Hop (Haymarket Books, 2015) Monday, February 8, 6:30 – […]
Last weekend, CAS's Floyd Hayes competed in USAPL American Powerlifting Championships in the squat, bench press, and deadlift.
CAS's Hollis Robbins, Lester Spence, and Kennedy McDaniel were interviewed for The Johns Hopkins University Arts and Sciences Magazine's cover story, "Perspectives on the Unrest."
Charles Blow, along with Political Science and Africana Studies professor Lester Spence, led a talk Wednesday at the second event in the JHU Forums on Race in America series. The […]
Join CAS and the Political Science department on Thursday, October 22nd in ____ for a talk by Megan Francis.
Johns Hopkins students, faculty, and staff, and the wider Baltimore community are engaged in important discussions about racial inequality and deep divisions that exist in our society. In classrooms, workplaces, […]
Robert Balfanz, a research professor at the Center for the Social Organization of Schools at the Johns Hopkins School of Education, will provide research for Obama’s initiative, called Every Student, […]