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Innovative academics
Center for Digital Humanities connects human thought and computation
Published March 7, 2023
The Center for Digital Humanities helps advance research by exploring what humans do that computers can't, and vice versa, and discovering connection points between the two
Dunbar Baldwin Hughes Theater Co. celebrates 30 years
Published March 3, 2023
The group, which for three decades has brought expressions of Black culture and experience to the stage at Johns Hopkins, opens a three-show run of the critically acclaimed 'Is God Is' by playwright Aleshea Harris
Jed Gaylin finds his musical home
Published March 2, 2023
A concert on March 4 features the longtime music director, who will serve as both conductor and pianist for the spirited program performed in his honor
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
Exploring Baltimore's Black food scene
Published Feb 7, 2023
Center for Africana Studies sponsors two-day symposium to explore the history and politics of Black food in Baltimore
A modern approach to museum studies
Published Jan 10, 2023
A blend of research, reflection, conceptualization, and pure logistics gave Krieger School students firsthand experience mounting an American Modernism exhibit at the Baltimore Museum of Art
Forgotten era of filmmaking finds a new home
Published Jan 3, 2023
The Sheridan Libraries has acquired the Academic Film Archive of North America, an eclectic collection of more than 7,600 vintage 16-mm films
Fast fashion
Published Winter 2022
The Sheridan Libraries' collection includes some obscure objects—like this 1968 paper minidress / Johns Hopkins Magazine
A growing movement
Published Winter 2022
Evergreen Museum & Library's new exhibit explores Victorians' obsession with houseplants and how it compares to today's houseplant craze / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Blending genres
Published Winter 2022
Musician Paula Boggs, A&S '81, says her latest album, Janus, tells a story of "chapters opening and closing" / Johns Hopkins Magazine