Our faculty and staff talk about the books they're enjoying in fall 2022.
Section: Big Ideas
New Book: Segregated Time
In his new book Segregated Time, P.J. Brendese argues that time is used and misused,...
Evan Mawarire and #thisflag
Evan Mawarire, the inaugural Dissident-in-Residence at Johns Hopkins’ SNF Agora Institute, is on a mission...
Neuroscientists Find Brain Mechanism Tied to Age-related Memory Loss
Johns Hopkins neuroscientists working with rats have pinpointed a mechanism in the brain responsible for...
Learning About Minds and Machines
Phillip Honenberger leads the course Minds and Machines, that focuses on philosophical questions about AI.
Making Brand New Materials
Rebekka Klausen’s lab showed that linking together hexagon-shaped silicon molecules in a zig-zag fashion was...
New Faculty Books Fall 2022
New books Krieger School faculty published in fall 2022.
New Book: What About the Baby?
Academy Professor Alice McDermott discusses her latest collection of essays, What About the Baby.
Top Faculty Books Spring 2022
Ten new books from Krieger School faculty, including books on growing up in Baltimore, the...
Creating a Link Between You and the Universe
The course "The Grandeur of You and the Universe" helps students understand how basic earth,...
Books to Read in Spring 2022
Three suggested books to read in spring 2022 from Krieger School faculty.
Examining the Haitian Revolution
Professor Daniel Desormeaux's work on voodoo, the history of secrecy, and the Haitian Revolution helps...