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Interdisciplinary scholars
Medieval scholar named BDP
Published Oct 18, 2017
He receives appointments in Krieger School's departments of English, Classics
President's Reading Series
Salman Rushdie's turn to realism
Published Sept 27, 2017
Acclaimed British-Indian author talks writing, politics at Johns Hopkins
The lonely crusader
Published Fall 2017
Lawrence Jackson profiles the work of Chester Himes, who all but invented the black crime novel / 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
Student recognition
Alum named Gates Cambridge Scholar
Published Feb 28, 2017
Writer Katherine Robinson will study connections between 20th century poet Ted Hughes and medieval Celtic folklore
In Memoriam
Book collector Robert Wilson dies at 94
Published Dec 20, 2016
His Gertrude Stein collection expected to be acquired by The Sheridan Libraries
Q+A
Novelist Katharine Noel on family dysfunction
Published Nov 9, 2016
Author, Writing Seminars lecturer reads from her second novel, Meantime, Thursday night at the Ivy Bookshop
Poe rarities on display
Published Oct 3, 2016
'The Enigmatic Edgar A. Poe in Baltimore & Beyond,' which runs through Feb. 5, includes rare manuscripts, materials
Q+A
What 'Don Quixote' teaches us
Published Sept 29, 2016
William Egginton discusses the remarkable life of Miguel de Cervantes and how it shaped his timeless tale, 'Don Quixote'
President's Reading Series
'Tap dancing, blackness, and time'
Published Nov 4, 2015
British author Zadie Smith shares bits of her unpublished fourth novel, 'Swing, Time'