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Peabody to honor Leon Fleisher during memorial event on Nov. 7
Published Oct 22, 2021
Fleisher, who taught piano at Peabody for more than six decades, died in August 2020 at 92
First-Year Seminar
Contemplating our place in the universe
Published Oct 13, 2021
Luminary faculty members Adam Riess, Andrew Motion engage in wide-ranging discussion ahead of upcoming launch of the James Webb Space Telescope
Names+Narratives
Portrait of LGBTQ rights trailblazer unveiled
Published Oct 12, 2021
Edith Windsor, who received a JHU honorary degree in 2014 and who died in 2017, played a pivotal role in the fight for marriage equality in the U.S.
Hopkins Symphony Orchestra
A long-awaited return to the stage
Published Oct 11, 2021
On Saturday, Oct. 16, the ensemble will perform its first in-person concert in more than a year and a half, since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic
Performing Arts
Equity in opera
Published Fall 2021
IN Series opera company, led by a Peabody alum, launches the Cardwell Dawson Residency Program for singers of color / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Essays
Writing counsel
Published Fall 2021
Reviewing Academy Professor Alice McDermott's new collection of essays, 'What About the Baby?: Some Thoughts on the Art of Fiction' / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Artificial Intelligence
Computer, composer
Published Fall 2021
Alum Carol Reiley's new project uses AI to help composers make music / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Creative Writing
Self-help for movie monsters
Published Fall 2021
Kathy Flann wants to help movie monsters survive human attacks with her fourth book, an entertainingly preposterous collection of tips for werewolves, mummies, cyborgs, ghosts, and other movie monsters / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Art History
An archeology of disability
Published Aug 10, 2021
An installation at the Venice Biennale reimagines elements of the Acropolis through the lens of disability
Digital humanities
New project unites digital humanities, Black studies, and data and computation
Published July 15, 2021
Black Beyond Data, a new project backed by a $300,000 Mellon grant, will seek to create an open resource for scholars to combat racial injustice through digital humanities
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