Spring 2021

Freedom Education

Watch this space for updates.

All events will take place on Zoom; links to be made available in advance.

Wednesday, February 3 through Sunday, February 7 (afternoons)
JHU Center for Medical Humanities and Social Medicine Conference:
Critical Conversations on Reproductive Health/Care: Past, Present, and Future
Details about this major conference here
Co-sponsored by RIC

Thursday, February 18 (11am)
Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship Townhall meeting
Freedom Education and an Anti-Racist Academy: An RIC Townhall

Friday, February 26 (3pm) Note New Time!
Johns Hopkins Committee to Establish Principles on Naming
What’s in a Name?: Re-asserting University Values for the 21st Century
Register here
Co-sponsored by RIC

Friday, February 26 (all day)
JHU Program in East Asian Studies 
Social Science Research Council Workshop on Chinese Diasporas and Transnational Public Sphere in the Long Twentieth Century (the 2nd workshop): Colonial and Postcolonial Diasporas in the Indo-Pacific-Australian Space
Register here
Co-sponsored by RIC

Friday, March 12 (11am)
Provost’s Professional Development Innovation Initiative
Archives of State Violence and Research for Justice: A PhD Professional Development Career Workshop
Register here
Co-sponsored by Latin America in a Globalizing World

Thursday, March 25 (2pm)
JHU Program in East Asian Studies 
Anti-Asian Violence and Anti-Racist Coalition Building: A Roundtable Discussion on the Atlanta Shootings
Register here
Co-sponsored by RIC, Program in Women, Gender, and Sexuality (WGS), and the Department of History’s Black World Seminar

Thursday, April 1 (4:15pm)
JHU 21st Century Cities Initiative
Short-term Rentals and the Right to Housing
David Wachsmuth, Canada Research Chair in Urban Governance, McGill University
Register here
Co-sponsored by RIC

Thursday, April 8 (7:00pm)
Inside Look: A Conversation with Undergraduates about Education in Prison
Heather Furnas, JHU Sheridan Libraries
Contact ricjhu at jhu dot edu for Zoom details
Co-sponsored by JHU Jail Tutorial Project

Thursday, April 22 (8:00pm)
JHU Foreign Affairs Symposium: Where Do We Go From Here?
Angela Y. Davis
Co-sponsored by RIC

Wednesday, May 19 (1:00pm)
Palestine is Burning, An Emergency Debriefing
Zoom link
Toufic Haddad, Author and Researcher
Atalia Omer, University of Notre Dame
Nadeem Karkabi, University of Haifa
Moderated by Arpan Roy, Johns Hopkins University
Co-sponsored by the Department of Anthropology and the Program in Islamic Studies