Jennifer Nedelsky—Political Science Two-Day Series

Jennifer Nedelsky, Professor of Law at Osgood Hall Law School in Toronto, will give two talks at Johns Hopkins University: On Monday, September 18, 4:30-6:30pm in Gilman 132, Professor Nedelsky will deliver the Joel B. Grossman Memorial Fund Constitution Day Lecture. The lecture is entitled “Transforming Constitutionalism from a More Than Human Perspective.” On Tuesday, September 19, […]

Humanities in the Village (Sept.): “African American Adolescent Female Heroes” by Melanie Marotta

Join us for our September installment of Humanities in the Village to celebrate the new book by Melanie Marotta (Morgan State University), African American Adolescent Female Heroes: The Twenty-First-Century Young Adult Neo-Slave Narrative (2023). Dr. Marotta will be joined by our moderator, Dr. Samanda Robinson (JHU). Join us at the Ivy Bookshop's patio at 6:30pm for […]

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

We are really excited to present the next Great Talk! It will be held on Wednesday, October 4, 2023 @ 7 PM Eastern, FREE, via Zoom.  REGISTER HERE FOR FREE! **Location: Online only - in-person event has been canceled JOSHUA L. GLAZER, Associate Professor, Education Policy, George Washington University. RAIN PRYOR, Entertainer, Writer, Director, Playwright, Educator, […]

Doctoral Government Career Day @ The Imagine Center

Imagine Center

The PHutures and PDCO offices are excited to invite you to our first ever Doctoral Government Career Day hosted at the Imagine Center on October 5 from 11am – 2pm. The Doctoral Career Day will feature a variety of different organizations working in the government space including Booz Allen Hamilton, DC Health, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Institute of […]

Humanities in the Village (Oct.): “Arepa” book talk with Irena Stein and D. Watkins

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—and in conversation with memoirist and […]

“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 –

New Faculty Lecture: Time and Visual Imagination: From Physics to Philosophy

Scott-Bates Commons (Salon B) 10 E. 33rd Street, Baltimore, Maryland

The Alexander Grass Humanities Institute would like to invite you to join us for our first New Faculty Lecture featuring Professor Jenann T. Ismael, Philosophy, JHU. Professor Ismael will deliver a talk entitled: "Time and Visual Imagination: From Physics to Philosophy"   **NEW** Date: Thursday, November 2nd Location: Scott-Bates Commons (Salon B) - 10 E. […]

Humanities on the Mall: Bill Egginton (in conversation with Emma Snyder)

555 Pennsylvania Ave NW 555 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC, United States

AGHI is thrilled to announce the launch of our newest event series, in partnership with DC's East City Bookshop... Humanities on the Mall That's right! We are happy to join many of JHU's own at the newly renovated building at 555 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C. Beginning in Fall 2023, AGHI is hosting our new […]

Interdisciplinary Humanistic Studies (IHS) Information Session for 2024 applicants


On Tuesday, November 7th at 3:30 PM, there will be a Zoom information session and presentation about the Ph.D. program in Interdisciplinary Humanistic Studies (IHS). This program offers students the opportunity to create an interdisciplinary doctoral program of their own design, within set guidelines. Students work with faculty advisors from two different Ph.D. fields, one of which must be […]

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 (Philosophy, Morgan State University) will be joined by his colleague from MSU, Dr. Linda Loubert, opening up discussion (with audience Q&A) of the international ripples of the policies and practices of […]