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Arts+Culture

Film
Baltimore's unrest, through a Parisian's lens
Published Dec 11, 2017
One-time Johns Hopkins visiting scholar Sabrina Bouarour puts final touches on documentary exploring the imagery of Baltimore's 2015 protests
President's Reading Series
Salman Rushdie's turn to realism
Published Dec 11, 2017
Acclaimed British-Indian author talks writing, politics at Johns Hopkins
Materials science
Arts, to the extreme
Published Dec 11, 2017
HEMI/MICA Extreme Arts program brings faculty, students together to translate research on extreme events in new and creative ways
MSE Symposium
50th anniversary lineup revealed
Published Dec 11, 2017
John Kasich, Joy Ann Reid, Hasan Minhaj, leaders of the Women's March will visit JHU for student-run speaker series
President's Reading Series
8 notable authors to visit Homewood
Published Dec 11, 2017
Program begins Sept. 26 with reading from novelist Salman Rushdie
'Spare Parts' subjects deliver topical keynote
Published Dec 11, 2017
Oscar Vazquez and Fredi Lajvardi, whose stories are featured in 2014 book, discuss DACA, immigration, activism
Firebrand with a pince-nez
Published Fall 2017
Elisabeth Gilman, the youngest daughter of JHU's founding president, was a fierce advocate for social justice / Johns Hopkins Magazine
The lonely crusader
Published Fall 2017
Lawrence Jackson profiles the work of Chester Himes, who all but invented the black crime novel / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Talking with Monica Hesse
Published Fall 2017
Hesse relocated to Accomack County on Virginia's Eastern Shore for a few months while researching the arsons that she covers in her new book, 'American Fire' / Johns Hopkins Magazine
McPhotos
Published Fall 2017
Photographer Chris Arnade finds pride, poverty, and decent Wi-Fi in McDonald's / Johns Hopkins Magazine