Archived articles
Untold fight for voting rights
Published Winter 2020
Relearning history is rarely as engrossing as it is in historian Martha S. Jones' book, 'Vanguard' / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Rhythmical creations
Published Winter 2020
Alum Chris Mason's newest poetry collection 'Something Something Morning' exists in a "realm of profound sincerity," writes reviewer Bret McCabe / Johns Hopkins Magazine
A rare item, with a twist
Published Winter 2020
Johns Hopkins undergraduates were able to get hands-on research experience—even while learning virtually—by recreating a 17th-century paper supercomputer. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Explorations of the past and present
Published Winter 2020
The seven short stories in "The Office of Historical Corrections," Danielle Evans' latest collection, revolve around characters wrestling with the long shadows of the past. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Art
Greek tragedy helps frontline medical workers cope with COVID-19
Published Nov 16, 2020
Selected works explore feelings of abandonment, personal risk, deferred grief, and helplessness in project organized by Theater of War Productions, Berman Institute of Bioethics, and JHU Program in Arts, Humanities & Health
Arts
Forging friendships across political divides
Published Nov 6, 2020
SNF Agora Institute, Peabody Institute, and Hopkins at Home host a free radio broadcast of the celebrated opera 'Scalia/Ginsburg' this weekend
Community
Mural celebrates legacy of Elijah Cummings
Published Oct 22, 2020
Project organizers closely collaborated with community leaders in West Baltimore to dedicate the mural to the longtime Maryland congressman
College football
A deep south tradition, born in Baltimore
Published Oct 2, 2020
On Oct. 3, the Georgia and Auburn football programs will renew their historic rivalry, which effectively gave rise to big-time college sports below the Mason-Dixon Line. Two Johns Hopkins alums made it all happen.
JHU Press
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