Watch this space for more Fall 2022 events.

A Department of Reparations?
New Directions in the Study of Racism, Diaspora, and Indigeneity at JHU
Tuesday, Sept. 13, 7pm-9pm
Gilman 50
Refreshments served.

The Program in Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship is pleased to host a roundtable to kick off the 2022–2023 academic year. Titled “A Department of Reparations?” the roundtable will feature Lisa Lowe (Yale) and Adom Getachew (U Chicago), in conversation with RIC Director Nathan Connolly and Joyce Wang (JHU ’22).

More information here.

Co-Sponsored Events

Celebrating 100 Years of Patient Contributions to Sickle Cell Research at Hopkins
Friday, Sept. 30, 9am-11am
Courtyard at Ross & Turner Buildings (720 Rutland Ave.)
Co-sponsors: HRSA Sickle Cell Treatment Demonstration Program & RIC’s Racism and Repair in the Modern Academy Project (Inheritance Baltimore)

The Dept. of Hematology will conclude Sickle Cell Disease Awareness Month with a Celebration of 100 Years of Patient Contributions to Sickle Cell Disease Research at Johns Hopkins, including a celebration and remembrance of Mr. John and Brett Paul, brothers whose courageous participation in sickle cell disease research helped lead to the first FDA-approved therapy for sickle cell disease.

Performance and Discussion: Songs of Hope  
Monday, Oct. 3, 7pm-9pm
Peabody Institute Leith Symington Griswold Hall
Co-sponsors: Peabody Institute, LACLxS, RIC

More information here. 

Lecture: “Arise! Global Radicalism in the Era of the Mexican Revolution” 
Christina Heatherton, Elting Associate Professor of American Studies, Trinity College  
Tuesday, Nov. 8, time and location tba
Co-sponsors: Center for Africana Studies, LACLxS, RIC