News & Announcements Archive

Hopkins Fall of the Wall Campus Weeks 2014

Join us Wednesday, Nov. 5, and Thursday, Nov. 6, at 5 p.m. for film screenings and discussion with German documentary filmmaker Andreas Voigt. View the flier here.

Oct. 24-25: “French for Research and Creation” Conference

Join scholars and policy-makers at the international conference, “Le français pour la recherche et la création”/”French for Research and Creation,” Friday, October 24, and Saturday, October 25. What is the role of language in scholarly pursuit and creative practice? How does the use of one particular language—French—amidst a multiplicity of languages influence research across the disciplines […]

Translating Constrained Literature Conference

Join the Centre Louis Marin on the Homewood Campus on Friday, October 10, and Saturday, October 11, for an international conference, Translating Constrained Literature. View the program here.

Job Posting: Spanish Lecturer

The Department of German and Romance Languages and Literatures at the Johns Hopkins University seeks to appoint a full-time lecturer to teach undergraduate courses at the advanced level in the Spanish Language Program beginning January 1, 2015. Click to learn more.

Job Posting: Assistant Professor of French Literature

The Department of German and Romance Languages and Literatures at Johns Hopkins University is seeking applications for a tenure-track assistant professor of French literature with expertise in Renaissance to early 17th-century French literature. Click to learn more.

Max Kade Keynote Lecture & Inauguration of New Focus Track

Join us Thursday, April 17, at 5:15 p.m. in Gilman 138D for the inauguration of the new international studies focus track Germany in a Globalized World. The Max Kade Keynote Lecture will be given by Karlfried Bergner, minister of culture and communications, Germany Embassy, DC: “German Foreign Policy in the 21st Century.” Download the flier.

Assistant Professor of Hebrew Wins NEH Grant

Congratulations to Neta Stahl on being awarded a summer stipend from the National Endowment for the Humanities to work on her book project, “God at the End of Days: Perceptions of the Divine in 20th-Century Modern Jewish Literature.”

Junior Lecturer Receives New Position

The French section is pleased to announce that Hanna Roman has received, and accepted, the three-year Mellon position of Assistant Professor of Eighteenth-Century Studies in the Department of French and Italian at Vanderbilt University.