Niloofar Haeri, professor of anthropology and chair of the Program in Islamic Studies, discussed her recent book, Say What Your Longing Heart Desires: Women, Prayer & Poetry in Iran, in the Spring 2021 issue of Arts & Sciences Magazine.
On Wednesday, May 19th, the Department of Anthropology sponsored a teach-in session on current conditions on the ground in Palestine and Israel, moderated by recent JHU anthropology PhD Arpan Roy, […]
Vaibhav Saria has been awarded one of two 2021 AIIS Book Prizes, the Joseph W. Elder Prize in the Indian Social Sciences, for Hijras, Lovers, Brothers: Surviving Sex and Poverty […]
The Department of Anthropology in the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences seeks applicants for a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in ecological justice and design, to begin on July 1, 2021. […]
Following the 1979 revolution, the Iranian government set out to Islamize society. Muslim piety had to be visible, in personal appearance and in action. Iranians were told to pray, fast, […]
Niloofar Haeri, Professor of Anthropology and Islamic Studies, was interviewed on All Things Considered about her new book on women, prayer, and poetry in Iran. In the interview, she discusses […]
PhD candidate Talia Katz’s essay, “Healing Without Monsters: On Psychodrama and Therapeutic Experimentation in Israel,” the recipient of the Small Grants Competition by the American Ethnological Society.
We are proud to share that Amanda Yuen, an extraordinary undergraduate double majoring in Anthropology and International Studies, was awarded by the Hopkins Office for Undergraduate Research (HOUR) a PURA […]
Nat Adams, a PhD candidate in the department of Anthropology, is among a handful of recipients of the Johns Hopkins 20th Century Cities Initiatives 2020 Doctoral Research on Urban Issues […]