Great Talk: How to Educate Our Children for Their Best Future in a Changing World

Bloomberg Center for Physics & Astronomy, Room 272

We are really excited to present the next Great Talk! It will be held on Wednesday, October 4, 2023 @ 7 PM Eastern, FREE In-person as well as via Zoom.  REGISTER HERE FOR FREE! Location: JHU Bloomberg Center for Physics & Astronomy, Room 272 San Martin Drive, Baltimore, MD *FREE Parking will be available on […]

Reparative Arts in Community Engagement (RACE) Conference

What are reparative arts? How we might chart a way forward in alleviating systemic harms and injustices by creating living monuments through staging, performance, and other ways of memorialization?

Community-Engaged Research in Critical Diaspora Studies (part 1)

Please join the Program in Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship for a conversation about community-engaged learning, research, and internships for undergraduate students. Speakers will emphasize their own experiences with community-engaged learning, how it has shaped their intellectual development, and why it has been crucial to their educational experience.

Racism and Repair at and beyond Johns Hopkins University

Over the past three years, research teams funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and composed of leading experts have been excavating how academic departments in the medical sciences, social sciences, and humanities at Johns Hopkins University both created racist forms of knowledge and expertise and were reshaped by anti-racist and desegregation struggles in the twentieth century.

Join us for a symposium that will mark the first public presentation of the findings of these research teams.

Humanities in the Village (Oct.): Arepa book talk with Irena Stein

Bird in Hand cafe 11 E 33rd St, Baltimore, MD, United States

Join us for a delicious and wonderful Humanities in the Village discussion this October—and celebrate the launch of Arepa: Classic & contemporary recipes for Venezuela's daily bread, a new cookbook by Irena Stein! Stein is the creator behind Baltimore's own Alma Cocina Latina, a culinary hotspot celebrating Venezuelan cuisine and culture. Her new book comes out […]

“Language, Desire and Dwelling in the Lagos Colony (1910s)” with Adedoyin Teriba

Gilman 177

Adedoyin Teriba, Assistant Professor, Dartmouth College, joins the Art History department to lecture on “Language, Desire and Dwelling in the Lagos Colony (1910s).” Event Date – October 31, 2023 Event Start Time – 6:00 pm Event End Time- 7:00 pm Event Location – Gilman 177 Sponsors – History of Art department Event website –

Humanities in the Village (Nov.): Obamanomics and Francisconomics

Bird in Hand cafe 11 E 33rd St, Baltimore, MD, United States

We celebrate November's Humanities in the Village talk with a panel on Dr. Zekeh Gbotokuma's new, award-winning book, Obamanomics and Francisconomics (2022). Professor Gbotokuma will be joined by colleagues from Morgan State University, Drs. Alice Jackson and Linda Loubert, all opening up discussion of the international resonances of the policies and practices of these two […]