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Broken art
Published Summer 2017
Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute's first artist-in-residence makes art out of destruction / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Architectural bazooka
Published Summer 2017
Blogger behind 'McMansion Hell' takes aim at American consumerism, one oversized foyer at a time / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Mood disorders
The psychologist and the mad poet
Published Summer 2017
Hopkins psychologist Kay Redfield Jamison explores the life and mental illness of poet Robert Lowell / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Poetry
Ambiguous loss
Published Summer 2017
Poet Molly Peacock processes a friend's massive stroke through her latest collection, 'The Analyst' / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Coming home to Syria
Published Summer 2017
In excerpts from her new memoir, 'The Home That Was Our Country,' alum Alia Malek recounts her return to Syria in 2011—when the country began its spiral into civil war / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Like an explosion
Published Summer 2017
For Mark Christian Thompson, a new reading of Franz Kafka was spurred by a single word / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Deep dive
Published Summer 2017
Book review of writing Professor Elise Levine's 'Blue Field' / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Honoring an awakening
Published Summer 2017
Evergreen Museum and Library's James Archer Abbott is the new Philip F. Wagley Director and Curator—an endowed position made possible through a generous donation from Wagley's widow, Mary Frances / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Risk/Reward
A place to create delicate art
Published Summer 2017
Hopkins alum Shane Prada directs the Baltimore Jewelry Center, where she leads classes on making wearable art and beautiful jewelry / Johns Hopkins Magazine
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