Cover Story: Who’s Watching Now?
With the world of journalism undergoing seismic shifts, what do democratic societies have to lose and/or gain? Our alumni journalists weigh in.
Professor Lawrence Jackson wants to bring Johns Hopkins to the masses, in particular to the Baltimore masses. That’s why the Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of History and English started the Billie Holiday Project for Liberation Arts.
Humanities legend Richard A. Macksey ’53, MA ’54, PhD ’57 died in July. He was 87.
Matthew Kahn, Ian Phillips, and Hanna Pickard have joined Johns Hopkins University as Bloomberg Distinguished Professors.
On Instagram, we try to capture the depth and beauty of the Homewood campus and student life through an Arts and Sciences lens.
The latest recognitions of our stellar faculty.
Students tell us why they love their major.
We remember Richard A. Zdanis, professor of physics; Bert F. Green, professor of psychological and brain sciences; and Steven Zucker, professor of math.
Take a peek into the office of this professor from the Department of Political Science and see the keepsakes that remind him of his students and his travels.
In this era of "fake news," digital information, and other rapid developments, we still hew to our motto: "The truth will set you free."
…[W]hile it would be a huge exaggeration to say that Johnson’s attack on Britain’s unwritten constitution spells the death of parliamentary democracy, it is equally futile to deny that he is trying to stop the country’s democratic institutions from shaping a decision of enormous importance.”
Yascha Mounk, Senior Fellow, SNF Agora Institute,
writing on U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to temporarily suspend Parliament
The Atlantic, August 28, 2019