Archived articles


Ways of seeing
Published Spring 2019
As chief curator of the Baltimore Museum of Art, alum Asma Naeem thinks art can—and should—be used to tell a broader, more inclusive narrative of our shared history / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Her fashion statement
Published Spring 2019
After years of designing for major retail brands, alum Jean Liu strikes out on her own / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Book Review
A Baltimore story
Published Spring 2019
Antero Pietila crafts an invaluable examination of a city, a man, and the institution that bears his name / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Book Review
Sound politics
Published Spring 2019
Mark Christian Thompson investigates the history of jazz music in the Weimar era / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Book Review
Westward ho
Published Spring 2019
Historian Mary Ryan's new book is a fascinating look at what two American cities can tell us about 19th-century urbanization / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Before "Farm to Table"
We are what they ate
Published Spring 2019
Exhibit traces the culinary heritage of the New World and the worldwide food exchange that emerged after Europeans traveled to the Americas / Johns Hopkins Magazine
From Russia, with laughs
Published Spring 2019
In her new memoir, Alum Audrey Murray journeys through the former Soviet Union / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Bronstein reappointed as Peabody dean
Published March 12, 2019
Since joining Peabody in 2014, he has adopted a new curriculum and education model for aspiring artists, forged ties across the university and in the community, and been a vocal advocate for equity and inclusion
Classical Music
For HSO, a happy return to home venue
Published March 7, 2019
After a nearly two-year absence, the orchestra returns to the stage at renovated Shriver Hall this weekend
Singing for science
Published March 6, 2019
School of Education study suggests that incorporating arts into the classroom can help students retain more of what they learn