Inheritance Baltimore: Humanities and Arts Education for Black Liberation is delighted to announce the availability of nine new fellowships and teaching assistantships for graduate students at Johns Hopkins and local partner institutions for the academic year 2023-2024. In these roles, fellows will join a dynamic cohort that brings together distinguished faculty and postdoctoral fellows in History, Sociology, English, Africana Studies, and Museums & Society; emerging and established professionals in cultural heritage stewardship and community engagement; elders- and artists-in-residence; and an array of community partners.
Inheritance Baltimore a joint programming and research effort to preserve Black archival resources, curate Black arts and public heritage, and expand local infrastructure for freedom education.
These positions are intended to deepen and extend graduate student training, help participants explore professional prospects within and beyond academia, and build an interdisciplinary network of colleagues in African American history, sociology, arts, culture, cultural heritage stewardship, and related fields. Please see the Inheritance Baltimore site for fellowship and assistantship descriptions and application information.
The TAships and fellowships fall into these categories:
- Graduate Teaching Assistantships – Applied Learning (two available)
- Johns Hopkins-Morgan State University Graduate Teaching Fellowships (one JHU, two MSU available)
- Johns Hopkins-HBCU Graduate Assistantships for Programming and Digital Publishing (three available)
Applications due by Monday, February 27th, 2023.