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Perspectives
The contested history of U.S. citizenship
Published Oct 31, 2018
Historian Martha Jones says birthright citizenship has built America's robust and diverse democracy / NPR
#Frankenstein200
Two centuries of Frankenstein
Published Oct 29, 2018
Experts from Johns Hopkins discuss the issues raised by Mary Shelley's groundbreaking novel
MSE Symposium
Her reporting helped launch a movement
Published Oct 18, 2018
Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter Meghan Twohey co-wrote articles that helped launch the #MeToo movement
Reading series
Lorrie Moore's truth is stranger than fiction
Published Oct 10, 2018
Best-selling author reads from her new collection of essays during her talk at JHU
Commentary
A pattern of 'maximum tolerance'
Published Oct 1, 2018
Kavanaugh hearings reveal a discrepancy in how affluent white offenders experience criminal justice system in America, sociologist Vesla Weaver writes / Vox.com
Q+A
Conducting, community, and concerts
Published Sept 27, 2018
Jordan Randall Smith, assistant conductor for the Hopkins Concert Orchestra, discusses his approach to programming and conducting
RACE FORUMS
Women of color and public policy
Published Sept 17, 2018
'Women of color are no longer leading resistance from the margins,' says adjunct lecturer Chiedo Nwankwor, who will speak during a JHU Forums on Race in America event on Wednesday
Film+Media
Blockbuster summer, action-packed fall
Published Sept 13, 2018
Program in Film and Media Studies is expanding and plans to bring a number of industry experts to campus this fall for master classes, workshops, and Q+As
Q+A
Talking with Dora Malech
Published Fall 2018
Poet Dora Malech on experimenting with form and language, working with young writers, and how language shapes what we know and how we feel / Johns Hopkins Magazine
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