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The End of Eddy: Tristan Cabello on Sexuality, Literature and The New Left in Contemporary France

Tristan Cabello

The publication of Edouard Louis’s The End of Eddy (2014) was disruptive moment in French academic and literary circles. More than a coming-of-age novel, Louis’s books reframes the act of writing fiction into a transformative social/political experience. In this talk, we will explore Louis’s intersectional representation of sexuality, his redefinition of fiction writing and the read more…

Dr. Dan Zachary at TEDxJHUDC

Daniel Zachary

Johns Hopkins Advanced Academics Programs, Carey Business School, and School of Advanced International Studies have collaborated to present a TEDxJHUDC. AAP MS in Energy Policy and Climate Program Director Dan Zachary is one of the featured speakers. Here is a link for more information. Date Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018 Time 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM EST read more…

Dr. Jennifer Bachner Discusses Best State Capitals on WalletHub

Dr. Jennifer Bachner

Director of the MS in Government Analytics program Dr. Jennifer Bachner discusses how to evaluate the nation’s state capitals in WalletHub’s 2018’s Best State Capitals to Live in. For example, in response to the question of whether residents of capital cities are more likely to be politically engaged, Bachner explains: Given the work of political staff, read more…

Mark Zaid on PBS News Hour

Mark Zaid, Esq.

The Center for Advanced Governmental Studies faculty member Mark Zaid was on the PBS News Hour talking about security clearance processes. Also, Mark Zaid was recently featured in the USA Today article. Mark teaches Legal Issues in Intelligence and National Security for our Certificate in Intelligence program.

Shonali Burke Speaks on Social Media’s Role in Public Relations

Shonali Burke

Shonali Burke, adjunct faculty in the Master of Arts in Communication program, recently spoke on integration of Social Media into contemporary Public Relations campaigns, how Public Relations practice has changed within the last decade, and how educators can best prepare the next generation of communication professionals. You can watch the recorded event here.

International Study: Nature Conservation and Sustainability in Cuba

Viñales National Park

420.678 Nature Conservation and Sustainability in Cuba Winter Intensive: January 6-14, 2019 JHU students will have the opportunity to learn about the culture, ecology, biology and geology of Cuba as part of a January intersession course sponsored by the Environmental Science Program and the Center for Government Studies. Learn More >

The Hopkins Chapter of the Omicron Delta Epsilon Economics Honors Society Has Been Restored by AAP Applied Economics Students

Omicron Delta Epsilon

AAP student Michael Anderson, in conjunction with a panel of AAP students inducted into ODE at their undergraduate institutions, have reconstituted the Hopkins chapter of ODE. It is now a student organization officially recognized by Hopkins. Dr. Frank Weiss (ODE inductee, 1970) is the faculty advisor. Applied Economics students, and alumni up to one year read more…

Ed Lorenzen Tragically Passed Away

Ed Lorenzen, an adjunct professor with the Public Management program and the Center for Advanced Governmental Studies, tragically passed away this weekend while trying to save his 4-year-old son from a house fire. The Washington Post editorial board discussed Ed’s many achievements and public service. In a house fire, America loses a devoted servant

Master of Liberal Arts Program’s Fall 2017 Capstone Spotlight

Included below are profiles of some of our graduating students’ exceptional work in their Capstone courses. You will find a range of different projects represented, including theses, internship projects, and portfolios. When viewed together, it is clear to see the phenomenal breadth and depth of scholarship and inquiry our MLA students engage in during their read more…

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