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This page highlights some events around JHU that may be of interest to students in the MAGR program. 

Community Archives: Preserving Black Baltimore

Open to: Faculty, Students, Staff, and General Public
Location: M-Level, MSE Library
Date: Daily until July 15, 2022
Registration: Not required

This exhibition showcases the rich histories that lie within non-traditional archives in Black Baltimore and captures the archival labor process of Inheritance Baltimore’s Community Archives Program. It features items donated from community partners such as the Eubie Blake Cultural Arts Center, The Afro Newspaper Archives, and three historic Black churches of West Baltimore, alongside documentary photos of the Community Archives team at work.

The exhibition will be on display in the M-Level of the Milton S. Eisenhower Library until July 15.

Self-Guided Tours of Evergreen Museum & Library’s Gardens and Grounds

Hosted by: Evergreen Museum & Library

Open to: Faculty, Students, Staff, and General Public
Location: Evergreen Museum & Library
Date: Tuesdays – Sundays, from 11am – 4pm EDT
Registration: Not Required

Free self-guided walking tours of the gardens and grounds return to Evergreen this summer. Learn how the Garrett family altered the natural landscape and built environment at Evergreen over the course two generations (1878-1952). The updated tour and map features bonus information on the Garrett family’s professional interaction with storied landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted and his eponymous landscaping firm.

All visitors to the grounds must first check-in at the museum Gift Shop to receive a map and instructions.

Inside Intelligence: Lessons in Strategic Warning from 9/11 and Jan. 6

Hosted by:Michael Ard, program director for the Master of Science in Intelligence Analysis program 

Open to: Faculty, Students, General Public, and Staff
Format: Online
Date: July 20, 2022 from 12-1 pm EDT
Registration: Required: Please register for the event here

Join host Michael Ard, program director for the Master of Science in Intelligence Analysis program, for a curated discussion with veteran intelligence officer Erik Dahl on the intelligence analysis comparisons between the strategic warnings for 9/11 and the Jan. 6 insurrection.

Erik J. Dahl is an associate professor of national security affairs at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. Dahl is the author of Intelligence and Surprise Attack: Failure and Success from Pearl Harbor to 9/11 and Beyond (Georgetown University Press, 2013) and The COVID-19 Intelligence Failure: Why Warning Was Not Enough (forthcoming). Dahl retired from the U.S. Navy in 2002 after serving 21 years as an intelligence officer and received his PhD from the Fletcher School of Tufts University. Dahl is a former chair of the Intelligence Studies Section of the International Studies Association.