Archived articles


Undergraduate honors
Rising senior earns Beinecke Scholarship
Published July 6, 2023
Kendra Brewer plans to use funds to support her study of Indigenous art history
Faculty news
Art historian Daniel Weiss returns
Published June 23, 2023
Weiss, Krieger School dean from 2002 until 2005, most recently served as president and CEO of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Hip-hop's indelible influence
Published Summer 2023
A Baltimore Museum of Art's exhibit celebrates hip-hop's impact on culture / Johns Hopkins Magazine
A history of healing
Published Summer 2023
Kay Redfield Jamison discusses her latest book, which takes a nonlinear approach to cataloging the history of psychotherapy / Johns Hopkins Magazine
The artful mind
Published Summer 2023
In their new book, authors Susan Magsamen, founder and director of the International Arts + Mind Lab, and Ivy Ross contend that making and experiencing art can help us flourish / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Murder, she writes
Published Summer 2023
Mystery writer Sujata Massey's sleuths solve crime from contemporary Japan to colonial India / Johns Hopkins Magazine
A Brontë Redux
Published Summer 2023
New fiction by Rachel Cantor, A&S '98 (MA), reimagines the lives of the Brontë siblings / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Society of Fellows
New avenues for humanities expertise
Published June 14, 2023
Grad students in history, English, Assyriology, and political science awarded Krieger School fellowships combining research with hands-on experience
Playwright wins Sudler Prize
Published June 12, 2023
A member of the Class of 2023, Sigrid Edson received the Sudler Prize in recognition of her plays about the LGBTQ+ community
Justice for all?
Published June 7, 2023
Political scientist and sociologist Vesla Weaver listens to the voices of people whose experience of democracy, citizenship, and government is completely different from that of those not living under police surveillance