AGHI is pleased to announce two postdoctoral fellowships which are now public, to begin in academic year 2024–25: a public humanities fellowship collaborating between the Tabb Center and AGHI; and the Society of Fellows for the new academic year.
How do we build, nurture, and sustain communities of learning and mutual trust on college campuses? This question brought together three big hitters on the education scene from JHU and […]
Classes are back and so are AGHI's public humanities events for the new Spring 2024 semester. We kick things off TONIGHT (Monday, January 29th) and carry on through the late spring. See our calendar for the full list.
Happy new year! We're celebrating by digging into some great books, all recommended by the amazing faculty and staff across JHU. (We even spied some suggestions from AGHI's director and affiliates...) And don't forget to shop local and support your local library.
Learn more about how Joseph Plaster—AGHI board member, Curator in Public Humanities, and Tabb Center Director—is collaborating with artists, curators, and community members on a new public humanities initiative. (Pictured: Sheridan Libraries Africana Archivist Tonika Berkley, Public Humanities Fellow Nicoletta Daríta de la Brown, and Plaster).
We’re excited to share the first few episodes of our new podcast series, produced in collaboration with The World According to Sound! One episode per day will be released over […]
Hearing from an award-winning author about the art and craft of creative writing is always a treat. Maybe that's why December's Humanities on the Mall event was so sweet. Professor Danielle Evans (JHU Writing Seminars) spoke about her works — including reading from her own The Office of Historical Corrections and Before You Suffocate Your...
AGHI is excited to celebrate a new project in collaboration with St. Andrews University: the Interdisciplinary Humanities Doctoral Network. This effort brings together doctoral students under JHU’s Humanities Institute and […]
Of interest to friends and students of AGHI: Race War: Theories and Histories (AS.360.631), Spring 2024 In modern times, wars become sites of race-making. In turn, racializations become projects of […]
"How does the history of population health impact our work today?" This question provided the basis of a recent webinar hosted by the Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Science, featuring AGHI Grad Research Fellow Vincenza Mazzeo. Presenting on "Histories of Population Control Programs: From Global to Local Spaces," Mazzeo attended to the case study (indeed...