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Follow the money
Published Summer 2018
'Hollywood Math and Aftermath' is an original and illuminating exploration of commercial film and television production / Johns Hopkins Magazine
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Violent nature
Published Summer 2018
This compact, heady book asks whether being human requires a capacity for violence that defines itself against nature / Johns Hopkins Magazine
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They persisted, and endured
Published Spring 2018
Alum Jessica Ziparo publishes engrossing exploration of an era when women first entered the federal workforce in large numbers / Johns Hopkins Magazine
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Cancer team
Published Spring 2018
This stunning feat of memoir and science reporting chronicles doctors treating leukemia patients in the '60s / Johns Hopkins Magazine
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History of a demand
Published Winter 2017
In his recent book, Chris Lebron explores the political and philosophical ideas implicit in the modern Black Lives Matter movement / Johns Hopkins Magazine
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Indispensable reference
Published Winter 2017
'The Portable Nineteenth-Century African American Women Writers' shines a light on a lesser-known era of journalists, playwrights, poets, etc. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
President's Reading Series
8 notable authors to visit Homewood
Published July 21, 2018
Program begins Sept. 26 with reading from novelist Salman Rushdie
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Forced treatment
Published Spring 2017
American Injustice
Published Fall 2015
A journalist delves into post-Katrina police violence / Johns Hopkins Magazine