The Engaged Humanities speaker series kicks off Tuesday, Sept. 17

The Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, in partnership with the Center for Educational Resources, the Alexander Grass Humanities Institute, and the Center for Social Concern, is pleased to offer the Engaged Humanities speaker series. Lunch will be provided as we welcome visiting experts from various universities to discuss new developments in collaborative public humanities.

  • Sept. 17, noon: Lawrence Brown, Morgan State University, School of Community Health and Policy, "Engaging Communities as an Embedded Researcher" (Clark 110)
  • Oct. 11, noon: Brett Stoudt, The Graduate Center, City University of New York, on the Public Science Project (Malone 107)
  • Oct. 23, noon: St├ęphane Martelly, on the Concordia University Montreal Life Stories Project (Malone 107)
  • Nov. 20, noon: Nicole King, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, on the Orser Center for the Study of Place, Community, and Culture (Clark 110)

All talks are open to the public, with lunch provided. This event is free. Please register for any or all sessions above.

RSVP on the Engaged Humanities website