AGHI hosts a range of programs to foster collaboration and innovative research among our community. Find out more about our opportunities for humanities programs for faculty, postdocs, grad students, undergrads, and neighboring partners. We also organize a range of Talks & Lecture Series on a regular basis. See our Calendar for a full list of upcoming events.
AGHI’s newest initiative, the Faculty Fellowship, is aimed at fostering interdisciplinary dialogue, inspiring creative collaborations, and forging communal bonds. These gatherings offer faculty along with Society of Fellows postdocs and AGHI graduate fellows the opportunity to convey the essence and relevance of their work to and receive feedback from colleagues outside their own disciplines.
The Society of Fellows assembles a select group of recent Johns Hopkins PhDs and MFAs from the humanities and humanistic social sciences. This unique residential fellowship offers the opportunity to explore new applications for their academic expertise.
Blast Courses invite all students to join small, free, 5-week classes. Learn about general-interest humanities topics—and get interactive Q&A from an up-and-coming JHU grad instructor.
AGHI connects scholars from both the humanities and the sciences to consider our shared Cosmic Visions. This collaboration will build bridges across the divide between Humanities and Physics/Astronomy and Space Science at JHU.
The Translation Circle serves as a space where the JHU community can gather to take and workshop translation. This working group typically meets to focus on one or two translation projects shared by members, emphasizing the hands-on workshopping of translations, with broader questions frequently come into discussion.
Johns Hopkins University has been a driving force in the integration of traditional humanities methods of inquiry and the emerging technologies of the digital age. Digital Humanities projects and platforms exhibit the work of AGHI-affiliated scholars and our colleagues at the forefront of this field.