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Faculty honors
Two awarded Guggenheim Fellowships
Published April 11, 2024
Jenann Ismael, Marc Kamionkowski among 188 scholars honored for prior career achievement, exceptional promise
Tasty tomes
The great bookish bake-off
Published April 4, 2024
More bakers than ever compete in the Sheridan Libraries' annual Edible Book Festival featuring baked goods inspired by literature
Undergraduates convene for humanities research symposium
Published March 29, 2024
The fifth annual Richard Macksey National Undergraduate Humanities Research Symposium featured 175 student presentations on original research
A Literary Revival
Published Spring 2024
A look at The Hopkins Review's history and resilience in a world that increasingly undervalues the humanities / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Shifting Perspectives
Published Spring 2024
Meet the six Baltimore-based artists whose work will be on permanent display at Johns Hopkins, helping to celebrate the city's flourishing artistic talent and build bridges between the university and surrounding communities / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Chords against cancer
Published Spring 2024
A Johns Hopkins oncologist finds an unlikely side gig—guitarist in Paul Reed Smith's rock band / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Art that engages
Published Spring 2024
A recent art installation utilizes materials from the university's rare book, manuscript, and archival collections / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Assimilating to America
Published Spring 2024
Susan Muaddi Darraj's debut novel tells the intertwined stories of Palestinian Americans living in Baltimore / Johns Hopkins Magazine
The Bard's Prophecies
Published Spring 2024
SAIS Professor Eliot Cohen's new book explores what Shakespeare can teach us about modern-day politics / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Sands of time
Published Spring 2024
Andrew Motion's new collection features 15 poems he has written since moving to from the U.K. to the United States / Johns Hopkins Magazine
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