Ask Johns Hopkins Anything (AJHA)

Inviting the Johns Hopkins community to ask our experts about the violence that erupted in Washington, D.C. this week
SUBMIT YOUR QUESTIONS

Wednesday’s awful events at the U.S. Capitol are antithetical to a healthy, pluralistic democracy. These extremist acts show a deep sickness in our democracy, and it is the mission of the SNF Agora Institute to work with others to restore democratic health. We are also committed to supporting our community through this difficult time, and invite students, faculty, staff, and alumni to bring their questions to experts from Johns Hopkins and elsewhere over the coming days through our “Ask Johns Hopkins Anything” discussion board.

The virtual board will be active through Wednesday, Jan. 13. You can submit your question at any time; in most cases, experts will post their answers within a day’s time. Questions and answers will be public, and though we can’t guarantee that all questions will be answered, moderators will be coordinating with experts to answer as many of your questions as possible.

SNF Agora welcomes a diversity of thought and opinions, however we do ask that your questions remain respectful and on-topic. We reserve the right to delete any questions that are demeaning, harassing/hostile, or derogatory in nature.

Meet the Experts:

  • Anne Applebaum, SNF Agora Senior Fellow, Johns Hopkins University, Senior Fellow of International Affairs, SAIS
  • Sheldon Greenberg, Professor of Management in the Division of Public Safety Leadership, Johns Hopkins School of Education
  • Hahrie Han, Inaugural Director, SNF Agora Institute & Professor, Department of Political Science, KSAS
  • Grace Park, SNF Agora Visiting Fellow, Johns Hopkins University, Former United States Army Captain
  • Peter Pomerantsev, SNF Agora Senior Fellow, Johns Hopkins University, Co-director of the Arena Initiative
  • Sebastian Mazzuca, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Johns Hopkins University
  • Yascha Mounk, SNF Agora Senior Fellow, Johns Hopkins University, Associate Professor of the Practice of International Affairs, SAIS
  • Ashley Quarcoo, SNF Agora Visiting Fellow, Johns Hopkins University, Senior Fellow with the Democracy, Conflict and Governance Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
  • Scott Warren, SNF Agora Visiting Fellow, Johns Hopkins University, Chief Executive Officer Generation Citizen
  • Ronald Weich, Dean and Professor of Law, University of Baltimore