The Alexander Grass Humanities Institute and The Writing Seminars invite undergraduates in the Krieger School, but also those fantasists in the Whiting School, to write a story based on, or inspired by the novel Frankenstein. The writing contest, with an award of $250, and possible publication in The Hopkins Review, is part of a celebration […]
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An emphasis on the humanities in medical school trains future doctors to become proficient in the social and cultural context of health care.
If you want to build a team of innovative problem-solvers, you should value the humanities just as much as the sciences, says entrepreneur Eric Berridge. He shares why tech companies should look beyond STEM graduates for new hires — and how people with backgrounds in the arts and humanities can bring creativity and insight to […]
An article by by Thomas G. Burish, discusses questions about accountability — involving robotic self-driving cars, for example — and how they are among the technology-related issues that society must find ways to deal with.
Please join us for a lecture on “The Mind in Love: Reflections on the Universe” by Robert Pogue Harrison from Stanford University. Reception to follow.
If you’re passionate about social change and political movements, don’t miss Nonprofit Career Week: Feb. 12-15. Meet with alumni working for think tanks with various viewpoints, network with local and national nonprofits hiring interns, find out how to work in education without teaching, and connect at the Nonprofit Internship and Career Fair on Feb. 15. […]
The Johns Hopkins University Krieger School of Arts and Sciences is proud to announce the new Mellon Foundation Humanities Collaboratory Fellowship. This fellowship provides doctoral graduate students at JHU the opportunity to join in a teaching and research collaboration with the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) that initiates students into undergraduate humanities research while […]
Dean’s Undergraduate Research Awards (DURA) are available for students working on relevant humanities and social sciences research projects that specifically utilize primary source materials in the rare book, manuscript, and archival collections of the Sheridan Libraries at JHU. These collections span 5,000 years of rare and unique objects and texts, from ancient cuneiform tablets and […]
Read the opening remarks here of the Life Sentences conference by Nathan Connolly, Herbert Baxter Adams Associate Professor of History at the Johns Hopkins University at Johns Hopkins University and co-host of the weekly American history podcast, Backstory.
Life Sentences: A Conference on Incarceration and the Humanities, held Nov. 9-10 at the Parkway Theatre, may have focused on the experience of people in Baltimore, but it’s message resonated around the world. The conference received nearly 25,000 independent views online through livestream.