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Arts+Culture

Fresh approach to Black History Month
Published Feb 4, 2019
JHU's Office of Multicultural Affairs expands cultural celebrations beyond traditional heritage months
History
Homewood Museum embraces a more inclusive history
Published Feb 1, 2019
New guided tour includes a focus on the lives of two enslaved families who lived and worked there: the Connors and the Rosses
Intersession
Creating art from scratch
Published Jan 30, 2019 Photos
Color Theory class teaches students the principles of design and color
Intersession
A counter-narrative for the future
Published Jan 24, 2019
Course examines how African-American science fiction authors and activists alike grapple with the past and create alternative paths for the future
In Memoriam
Journalist, alum Russell Baker dies at 93
Published Jan 23, 2019
A 1947 Hopkins graduate, his nationally syndicated column for The New York Times appeared nearly 5,000 times from 1962 to 1998
Intersession
The times were a-changin'
Published Jan 10, 2019
In Dylan, Motown, and the Beatles, students examine the dynamic and tumultuous period of the 1960s through lens of popular music
Hopkins History
Exhibition traces 125 years of medical milestones
Published Dec 17, 2018
Exhibition created to highlight the celebrated history of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine is on display in MSE Library through March 18
Publishing
Well-shod kid lit
Published Winter 2018
With her new children's book, alum Eva Chen celebrates female empowerment through fashionable footwear / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Seeing Robert Wilson plain
Published Winter 2018
Hopkins is home to the bookseller's obsessively collected cache of Gertrude Stein books and ephemera / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Fiction
21st-century picaresque
Published Winter 2018
Esi Edugyan's 'Washington Black' sketches a portrait of an artist as a young enslaved man fleeing bondage / Johns Hopkins Magazine