Professor Anne Eakin Moss’s book Only Among Women: Philosophies of Community in the Russian and Soviet Imagination, 1860-1940 (Northwestern University Press, 2019) has been shortlisted for the Best First Book Award […]
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On November 12, 2020, Hent de Vries was announced as the recipient of the Prix du Rayonnement de la langue et de la littérature françaises, one of the Grands Prix […]
In a conversation with Dr. Josh Sharfstein on the Podcast “Public Health On Call,” Leonardo Lisi discusses Henrik Ibsen’s 1882 play An Enemy of the People in connection with the current pandemic.
Doctoral candidate Jacob Levi has been named a winner of the 2020 Translation Prize of the French-American Society for his co-translation of Marc Crépon’s Murderous Consent: On the Accomodation of Violent Death, published by […]
Newborn imitation has recently become the focus of a major controversy in the human sciences. New studies have reexamined the evidence and found it wanting. Imitation has been regarded as […]
Each year, the GRO solicits nominations from graduate students for members of the Hopkins community who have “demonstrated outstanding service” on behalf of graduate students on the Homewood campus. This […]
In light of the research delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, please see the following document from the Department of Comparative Thought and Literature, which calls for an extension of […]
Professor Anne Eakin Moss’s team has been chosen to receive a 2019 Johns Hopkins Discovery Award for their proposal, “Invitation to the Masses: The Russian and Iranian Revolutions and their […]
Richard Macksey, co-founder of the Humanities Center, passed away in July. Professor Emeritus Neil Hertz reflects on the life of his former colleague.
Professor Richard (“Dick”) Macksey, Professor Emeritus in the Humanities, died on July 22, 2019, at an assisted living facility in Baltimore County, following complications from an illness. He was 87. Co-founder […]