Chloe Center Grant and Award Winners Announced

At the inaugural Chloe Center symposium, Keywords for the Critical Study of Racism, Immigration, and Colonialism, on May 2nd, grant and award winners were announced.


Chloe Center Featured in JHU News-Letter

The JHU News-Letter has published an article about the launch of the Chloe Center for the Critical Study of Racism, Immigration, and Colonialism, featuring Graduate Fellow Sheharyar Imran and Undergraduate Fellow Natalie Wang.


Panel Discussion on Organizing Migrants Held in Washington, DC

Last Friday, the Chloe Center for the Critical Study of Racism, Immigration, and Colonialism hosted a roundtable discussion about how various communities in the D.C. area have experienced—and are organizing against—different yet resonant forms of transnational and local displacement.


Graduate Symposium CFP Announced: Keywords for the Critical Study of Racism, Immigration, and Colonialism

This year, the Chloe Center for the Critical Study of Racism, Immigration, and Colonialism is inaugurating a new graduate symposium, building on prior RIC symposiums in 2021 and 2023. It will be held Friday, May 3, 2024. The call for proposals is open to all PhD students in the humanities and social sciences at JHU.


New Graduate and Undergraduate Research Grants Announced

The Chloe Center for the Critical Study of Racism, Immigration, and Colonialism is pleased to inaugurate new research awards for undergraduate students and travel and research grants for pre-candidacy graduate students at Johns Hopkins University. Grants will be awarded on a competitive basis, and students from all divisions are encouraged to apply.


Intersession and Spring 2024 Courses Led by RIC Kinfolk Announced

As the Program in Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship continues to grow and expand, we are excited to announce a wide range of courses offered across the humanities and social sciences. These are led by RIC kinfolk and include innovative community-engaged pedagogy. Focal areas include racism, immigration, colonialism, and critical political economy, as well as the arts.


Students and Faculty Present at First of Two Community-Engaged Research Events

On Friday, October 13, over 20 participants gathered for the first of two community-engaged learning conversations planned for Fall 2023 through the proposed undergraduate major Critical Diaspora Studies (CDS) in the Program in Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship.


Two Major RIC Events Announced for Fall 2023

The Program in Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship is pleased to announce two major events for the Fall 2023 semester. First, Thursday, September 14, 5pm–7pm, What Comes Next: Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship after Affirmative Action. Second, Thursday, October 19, 10am–3pm, Racism and Repair at and beyond Johns Hopkins University.


Year-Long RIC Dissertation Workshop Culminates in Symposium

On a recent Friday in May, four participants in the year-long RIC dissertation workshop presented chapters from their works-in-progress to a symposium audience of faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate students.


RIC Undergraduate Research Grants Awarded

RIC is pleased to announce the winners of its undergraduate grant awards for 2023-2024.