Read about the important discovery made by alumna Emily Sneff as project manager with Harvard’s Declaration Resources Project. Emily, who majored in History, wrote her senior thesis on Sir John Sloane’s ‘Nicknackatory’ and worked at the American Philosophical Society Museum before moving to Harvard. Congratulations, Emily!
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Come learn from JHU undergraduates, including 4 students in Prof. Rodini’s fall “Who Owns Culture?” course. Helena Arose ’17, Sarah Braver’ 17, Casey Haughin ’19, and Christina Kiriakos ’17 will present posters on topics ranging from ancient Babylon to the wreck of the Titanic, from Cuba to Istanbul. Friday, April 21, 1-4 p.m. in the Goldfarb Gym for […]
Please join us for the lecture, “Queering Zoos: Unsettling Performance of Humanity and Animality,” with Jean Estebanez, Geographer and University Lecturer, Université Paris Est-Creteil. Monday, April 3, 2017 5:30pm, 400 Gilman Hall Homewood Campus The lecture is free and open to the public! [Sponsored by the Program in Museums and Society and the Alexander Grass […]
From March 12-June 25, 2017, the Baltimore Museum of Art will be featuring the exhibit Off the Shelf: Modern and Contemporary Artists’ Books, a collaborative project between the BMA and JHU’s Program in Museums and Society, led by Rena M. Hoisington, Senior Curator of Prints, Drawings & Photographs. The exhibit is the result of Spring […]
Please join us for the lecture, “Preserving the Archaeological Heritage for the Future: Museum Policies, Safe Havens, and the Conflict in the Middle East,” with Patty Gerstenblith, distinguished Research Professor of Law! Monday, March 13, 2017 5:30pm, Mason Hall Homewood Campus The lecture is free and open to the public! [Sponsored by the Program in Museums […]
Read about this unique course (AS.389.358) in which students studied a local collection—in Baltimore and NYC!—and prepared text for a publication, as reported by Museums & Society minor Thaara Shankar in the student-edited JHU Exhibitionist.
Kit Harris ’11 is co-author of the exhibition catalog Della Robbia: Sculpting with Color in Renaissance Florence; Emily Rodgers ’16 has been admitted to grad programs in archaeological science in the UK; and Emily Sneff, ’12 and Dakota DeVos ’11 sent us this photo update from Boston. And a NYC reunion is in the works for this spring. Graduates: send us your news!
Date: Thurs. December 8th from 10am-2pm Location: outdoors in front of Mudd Hall What is Happening? partners with local artists and Hopkins student groups to stage interactive arts events, or Happenings, on campus based on issues significant to Baltimore. This Happening was created in collaboration with Students for Environmental Action (SEA) and Yurie Murayama, student […]
On October 25, 2016, Elizabeth Rodini and five students in her “Who Owns Culture?” course attended the open hearing of the Cultural Property Advisory Committee at the Department of State in Washington, D.C. They listened to public testimony regarding the renewal of Memoranda of Understanding with Cyprus and Peru and chatted briefly with members of […]
Please join us for the Frédéric Keck lecture Storage and Stockpiling as Techniques of Preparedness in Labs and Museums on Friday, October 28, 2016, 4pm, in Mergenthaler 426. This lecture is being presented by the Department of Anthropology and the Program in Museums and Society. Please see the flyer for more information about the lecture.