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Teju Cole, on seeing
Published Nov 18, 2017
Author, 'New York Times Magazine' photography critic discusses vision, art in President's Reading Series talk
Al Gore: Students can play 'huge part' in today's climate movement
Published Nov 18, 2017
Students watch follow-up to 'An Inconvenient Truth,' participate in live Q&A with former vice president
Turnbull Lecture
On the power and mystique of metaphor
Published Nov 18, 2017
Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Tracy K. Smith, the U.S. Poet laureate, visits Johns Hopkins
Curators' picks from 'Bibliomania'
Published Nov 18, 2017
Peabody exhibit shares 'rare and curious' items collected over the course of the library's 150 years
Interdisciplinary scholars
Medieval scholar named BDP
Published Nov 18, 2017
He receives appointments in Krieger School's departments of English, Classics
Visual art
Amy Sherald to speak at JHU
Published Nov 18, 2017
Baltimore artist known for striking portraits of African-Americans was recently commissioned to paint official portrait of Michelle Obama
Hopkins Symphony Orchestra
Timeless music, time-honored venue
Published Nov 18, 2017
With renovations ongoing at Shriver Hall, HSO's search for new performance space leads to old favorite
Baltimore's unrest, through a Parisian's lens
Published Nov 18, 2017
One-time Johns Hopkins visiting scholar Sabrina Bouarour puts final touches on documentary exploring the imagery of Baltimore's 2015 protests
President's Reading Series
Salman Rushdie's turn to realism
Published Nov 18, 2017
Acclaimed British-Indian author talks writing, politics at Johns Hopkins
Materials science
Arts, to the extreme
Published Nov 18, 2017
HEMI/MICA Extreme Arts program brings faculty, students together to translate research on extreme events in new and creative ways
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