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Game night
Published Spring 2020
Game from Sheridan Libraries' Special Collections challenges players to advocate for women's voting rights while avoiding police / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Q+A
A historian's view of women's suffrage
Published Feb 21, 2020
Martha Jones discusses the legacy of the 19th Amendment and the black women suffragists who sparked and continue the voting rights movement
Photography
Snapshots of Baltimore's past
Published Feb 17, 2020
John Clark Mayden's photography book and exhibition document 50 years of the Baltimore's black community
Science history
A great Hall of science
Published Jan 7, 2020
In the earliest days of the university's founding, Edwin Hall made a discovery at Johns Hopkins that would change the study of electromagnetism forever
No two alike
Published Winter 2019
For decades, Wilson Alwyn Bentley took detailed photographs of snow crystals, effectively pioneering photomicrography. Today, his iconic images are a ubiquitous aspect of winter—thanks in part to a Johns Hopkins–trained physicist. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Classics
Libraries acquire rare copy of seminal 19th-century essay
Published Dec 5, 2019
'A Problem in Greek Ethics' by poet John Addington Symonds helped set the stage for the modern gay-rights movement
Q+A
The accidental fall of the Berlin Wall
Published Nov 5, 2019
When the Berlin Wall opened 30 years ago, it created a fracture in the Iron Curtain and safe passage out of Soviet territory
Q+A
Talking with Meredith Ward
Published Summer 2019
Director of the Johns Hopkins Program in Film and Media Studies discusses her debut book on the 'sound' of moviegoing / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Journalist Anne Applebaum joins SNF Agora Institute
Published April 25, 2019
Applebaum, a 'Washington Post' columnist and an expert on the history of communism and post-communist Europe, will also join JHU's School of Advanced International Studies as a senior fellow
Book Review
Sound politics
Published Spring 2019
Mark Christian Thompson investigates the history of jazz music in the Weimar era / Johns Hopkins Magazine