Postdoctoral fellowships now open for AY24–25

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.

Remember, remember the 5th of November… to kick-off AGHI’s Humanities on the Mall

AGHI will join JHU’s new Bloomberg Center at 555 Penn in DC with a brand-new series: Humanities on the Mall, kicking things off on Nov. 5th with a public convo (and reception to follow). Register in advance now!

Macksey Lecture announces Merve Emre as 2024 speaker

For 2024, we will hosting our Annual Richard A. Macksey lecturer twice: Thursday, March 7th in Baltimore and Friday, March 8th in D.C. To kick off this new double-header, we are elated to announce that Professor Merve Emre (Wesleyan) will join us as this year’s speaker.

Blast Courses are back with 9 new classes for 2023!

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.

Society Of Fellows In The Humanities Names First Cohort

The nine fellows will receive funding to pursue hands-on experiences that build on their postgraduate studies From the Hub: At a moment in time when there’s a lot of speculation about […]

Lending a Helping Hand

From the Hub: Jacob deNobel / Published Feb 8 As families struggle due to the coronavirus pandemic, Hopkins Professor Adam Sheingate delivers meals to Baltimore families in need.

The Enduring Value Of An English Degree

From the Hub: Despite a struggling labor market and emerging technologies that emphasize the importance of STEM fields, an English degree is as useful as ever, says JHU Professor Mark […]

The family that reads together

From The Hub: Through their new YouTube series ‘Storytime with Dr. Connolly,’ instructors Nathan Connolly and Shani Mott hope to bring a celebration of Africana history to the next generation […]