Archived articles


Inside out
Published Winter 2017
For his installation this past summer, Evergreen's artist-in-residence arranged scooters and dirt bikes among the fine art inside and painted designs on the lawn / Johns Hopkins Magazine
History of a demand
Published Winter 2017
In his recent book, Chris Lebron explores the political and philosophical ideas implicit in the modern Black Lives Matter movement / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Indispensable reference
Published Winter 2017
'The Portable Nineteenth-Century African American Women Writers' shines a light on a lesser-known era of journalists, playwrights, poets, etc. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Surreal family life
Published Winter 2017
Jean McGarry's collection is an indelible dip into the surreal combination of comedy and drama that overstuffs ordinary family life / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Indomitable diva
Published Winter 2017
After two double-lung transplants, Peabody alum Charity Tillemann-Dick is again singing onstage around the world / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Documenting the Northern Neck
Published Winter 2017
A recently discovered trove of films documenting life in Virginia during the Great Depression reveal a Hopkins alum's love for his hometown / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Alice McDermott's notable novel
Published Feb 19, 2018
Author's eighth novel, 'The Ninth Hour,' among New York Times' 100 Notable Books of 2017
History project
Mapping Frederick Douglass
Published Feb 19, 2018
Students in Johns Hopkins graduate seminar research, visit regional sites of significance in young slave's life
Teju Cole, on seeing
Published Feb 19, 2018
Author, 'New York Times Magazine' photography critic discusses vision, art in President's Reading Series talk
Al Gore: Students can play 'huge part' in today's climate movement
Published Feb 19, 2018
Students watch follow-up to 'An Inconvenient Truth,' participate in live Q&A with former vice president