Archived articles


From ashes to amity
Published Summer 2015
After World War II, Germany faced the need to reconcile with its enemies. Other nations could learn from how it did so. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Book prize finalist
Published Dec 10, 2017
JHU's Francois Furstenberg among four finalist for award given annually to best new book on early U.S. history
Nightmare fuel
Krampus is coming to town
Published Dec 10, 2017
Hairy, scary mythological beast of European folklore becomes symbol of winter revelry / The Baltimore Sun
Alternate history lesson
Published Dec 10, 2017
Director Oliver Stone, historian Peter Kuznick visit Homewood campus to discuss 'Untold History'
Play it again
'Ode' rediscovered
Published Dec 10, 2017
82 years later, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra to perform long-lost patriotic song
French in Philadelphia
Published July-Aug 2014
JHU history professor's book shows how five French expats shaped 18th-century America / Gazette
A tale of two journeys
Published Dec 10, 2017
In 'Alex's Wake,' author Martin Goldsmith retraces his family's final footsteps
'Window on the suburbs'
Published Dec 10, 2017
JHU's Sheridan Libraries makes Roland Park Company records available to researchers
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Dissecting Godzilla
Published May-June 2014
JHU East Asia expert discusses film franchise reboot in the shadow of Japan's recent nuclear disaster / Gazette
My view
Eighteenth-century selfies?
Published May-June 2014
Elaborate European festival books at Sheridan Libraries are 'kind of the Twitter or the Facebook of the early modern [period]' / Gazette