It's almost summertime—and that means another exciting run of Blast Courses in the Humanities! Courses descriptions are now available on our Blast Courses program page. Registration will begin on June 1st and continue throughout the month (or until courses are full). Classes begin the week of July 10th.
Reflecting back on AGHI’s AY 2022–2023 calendar of events, we recall the meeting of the Daughters of the Movement who met on JHU’s Homewood campus earlier this year to discuss […]
Celebrating the arrival of spring to Baltimore, AGHI and the Ivy Bookshop welcomed two scholars on Baltimore history Monday evening: Professor Gregory Smithsimon (CUNY Brooklyn) and JHU's own Prof. Lawrence Jackson. This month's Humanities in the Village conversation began by tracing the personal and social geography which opens Smithsimon's new book, Liberty Road: Black Middle-Class...
The Center for Digital Humanities helps advance research by exploring what humans do that computers can’t, and vice versa, and discovering connection points between the two.
A lively crowd gathered at Bird in Hand Café on Thurs., March 2nd to hear a discussion on “Translating Women’s Voices” featuring translator Ann Goldstein. Opening with a conversation about […]
Congratulations are in order for the Peabody Ballroom Experience, newly crowned winner of the National Council of Public History's honored Small Institution Award (2023). AGHI board member Joseph Plaster has collaborated with the Legends and Icons behind the Peabody Ballroom Experience since before its opening ball in 2019, including in collecting and protecting the oral...
We’re back for the FOURTH run of Blast Courses in the Humanities. This year, we invite proposals from KSAS grad students (in the humanities and humanistic social sciences) for courses to run across five weeks in July–Aug. 2023. Apply by April 3rd via Interfolio.
Since its founding in 2016, the Alexander Grass Humanities Institute has aimed to serve the Hopkins community as a focal point for humanities and social sciences departments, programs, and centers […]
Members of the Baltimore arts scene gathered on Monday, Feb. 6th to hear from award-winning costume designer Justine Seymour. Sharing the story of her career—a path with many interesting and unexpected twists and turns—Seymour discussed her experiences as first an arts student, then model, designer, and finally much-celebrated costumer.
Congratulations to Society of Fellows member Gabriella Fee, who has been co-nominated (with Prof. Dora Malech) for a PEN America award. In 2022, Fee and Malech translated Giovanna Cristina Vivinetto's book of poetry, Dolore Minimo, from its original Italian. Fee and Malech are now up for the PEN Award for Poetry in Translation. Finalists will...