Advanced Graduate Study in Liberal Arts

Dr. Tristan Cabello Appointed as Assistant Director of Master of Liberal Arts

Tristan Cabello

Dr. Tristan Cabello has been appointed as the Assistant Director of the Master of Liberal Arts Program. Tristan was the Director of the American Studies Program and a Senior Professorial Lecturer in the Critical Race, Gender and Culture Studies Collaborative at American University. He was an Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of read more…

MLA Program Alum Edward Gillespie and His Unique Approach to Police Officer Training

The Atlantic published an article about a 2004 Master of Liberal Arts Program Graduate, Edward Gillespie, and his unique, humanities-driven approach to police officer training in Baltimore. What Police Can Learn From Literature: The Baltimore Cops Studying Plato and James Baldwin Gillespie teaches a curriculum that includes literature, philosophy, and history. “You can get so into the read more…

Student’s Perspective on Master of Liberal Arts Degree

Master of Liberal Arts

In January, the Master of Liberal Arts program will begin offering classes at Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus. Classes will be held in the evenings and on Saturdays. Students may also choose to complete some of their coursework at the Homewood campus in Baltimore. The Montgomery County Campus Hopkins Happenings Newsletter recently interviewed a read more…

New MLA Course Taught by Former Maryland State Archivist

MLA Fall Course

The Johns Hopkins Master of Liberal Arts program is offering a new course this fall taught by Dr. Edward Papenfuse. Dr. Papenfuse was the Maryland State Archivist for 38 years. He retired last year and developed the course, “In the Rockets’ Red Glare: Citizen, Slave, Soldier, Sailor, and the Nearly Forgotten Faces of Baltimore in read more…

Master of Liberal Arts Program to Offer Classes in Montgomery County

Master of Liberal Arts

Author: Ellen Poltilove From Jerusalem to Graceland. Nature and the American Imagination. Literature and the Healing Arts. Those course titles are a sampling of the classes in the Master’s of Liberal Arts degree program, which, for the first time, will be offered at the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus. The master’s of liberal arts read more…

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