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Baltimore history
The ghost river under Homewood
Published July 15, 2024
A public installation by local artist Bruce Willen traces a buried stream, which used to define the North Baltimore landscape, which now includes the university's 140-acre campus
Threads of history
Published July 1, 2024
Johns Hopkins' Inheritance Baltimore effort helps return a 19th-century embroidered sampler to a Black Baltimore church in time to celebrate its 200th anniversary
Beekeeping with Julia Burdick-Will
Published June 21, 2024
An associate professor in the Department of Sociology shares her apian affinity
Swimming in synch
Published Summer 2024
A new book by Vicki Valosik, 'Swimming Pretty,' probes the push and pull between art and athletics as it chronicles the untold story of women in water. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Alumni profile
The way maker
Published Summer 2024
Art historian Leslie King Hammond, A&S '73 (MA), '75 (PhD), reflects on her life spent championing Black and women artists—and a 1988 exhibit that jolted the art world / Johns Hopkins Magazine
The sisterhood
Published Summer 2024
With 'Tehrangeles,' writer Porochista Khakpour explores reality television, sisterhood, and sketchy ayahuasca shamans / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Art finds a new home at Nursing
Published June 17, 2024
Two black and white photographs by Baltimore artist SHAN Wallace are now on display at the School of Nursing—the debut location for the university's new public art initiative
Art + Mind
Baltimore writers to help scientists learn how brain processes stories
Published June 12, 2024
Winners of a new Baltimore writing contest will help Johns Hopkins University neuroscientists learn what happens in the brain when people read stories; deadline extended to July 31
Chris Childers' epic accomplishment
Published June 12, 2024
Ten years in the making, poet and Writing Seminars alum Chris Childers' 956-page translation of Greek and Latin lyric verse is a 'personal odyssey' gathering over 80 poets from across eight centuries
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