AS.192.275 Spotlight on Archives – Research Tools & Careers for Students of International Studies
Join the International Studies Program January 17-19 for a one-credit, three-day, applied course dedicated to understanding how scholars identify, access, and interpret archival sources.
In this course, students will learn how to conduct archival research, about the many archival resources on campus and in the region, and about careers as research librarians and archivists. The class will be based at Homewood but will also involve site visits to research institutions and archives in the Baltimore-DC area.
Students in all class years and majors are welcome to enroll.
Students should register normally through SIS when intersession registration opens December 6, 2022.
This short course will be led by Dr. Sydney Van Morgan, Senior Lecturer and International Studies Program Director, and Dr. Giovanna Maria Dora Dore, Senior Lecturer and East Asian Studies Program Associate Director.
SAIS Summer Academies
Spend four weeks of your summer exploring international affairs in the heart of Europe or Washington DC.
Rising sophomores, upperclassmen, and recent college graduates earn four graduate-level credits studying with Johns Hopkins SAIS’ world-class faculty.
Learn more about the curriculum, campus life, and application requirements of the Summer Academies offered in Washington DC and Bologna, Italy.