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U.S. aid and the war in Ukraine
Published April 30, 2024
With $61 billion heading to Ukraine, SAIS expert Hal Brands, editor of 'War in Ukraine,' discusses the current state of the conflict
Can we trust AI?
Published March 6, 2023
From Alexa to a robot running amok in the movie 'M3GAN', artificial intelligence is part of everyday life and is capturing our imagination. Johns Hopkins AI expert Rama Chellappa helps us sort out fact from fiction, and whether we should embrace the 'AI spring'.
In Memoriam
Friends, colleagues remember longtime Hopkins Press director
Published Feb 27, 2023
Jack Goellner, who served as director of the press from 1974 until 1995, remembered for his ingenuity, enthusiasm, and lasting contributions
Correcting an avian aroma error
Published Spring 2022
Evolutionary biologist Danielle Whittaker's new book sets the record straight on birds' sense of smell / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Faculty spotlight
A personal prescription for well-being
Published Jan 10, 2022
In her new book, From Survive to Thrive: Living Your Best Life with Mental Illness, psychiatrist Meg Chisolm describes pathways to a life of purpose and joy—and shares her own mental health journey
Project MUSE solicits input for 25th anniversary conference on future of publishing
Published Jan 6, 2021
'MUSE Meets 2021: Envision What's Next' begins with an online conversation in January to connect stakeholders and help shape the agenda for a virtual conference in April
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Project MUSE launches virtual 25th anniversary celebration
Published Sept 30, 2020
Website features a new video and timeline, comments from "25 MUSE Makers," and a read-for-free collection of scholarly articles focused on the digital humanities
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Free access to Project MUSE content during COVID-19 outbreak
Published March 19, 2020
The collection's 1,400 books and 97 journals will be accessible for free for the remainder of the spring semester to help university students complete coursework at home
Lincoln the Euclid enthusiast and other great tales of math
Published Nov 13, 2019
In 'Republic of Numbers,' author and alum David Lindsay Roberts weaves eclectic and entertaining stories about math and mathematicians across two centuries of U.S. history
JHU Press releases 100 open access books
Published Oct 23, 2019
In celebration of National Open Access Week, JHU Press releases 100 hard-to-find, out-of-print scholarly titles