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Madrid, Urban Poetry

An Exhibition by Fernando Sánchez 10.24.17 – 11.15.17 MSE Library Q Level Opening Reception: Thursday, October 24th @ 6:00pm Featuring a talk by the artist Hor d’oeuvres & refreshments   Fernando Sánchez is one of the leading photojournalists in Spain. … Continue reading

Digital Scholarship Seminar Series: Maintaining Diversity in the Digital World

Following the successful launch of the Digital Scholarship Seminar Series last academic year, we’re inviting you to join us again for more stimulating discussions on how digital projects and tools impact scholarship. This year we’re continuing our theme of digital … Continue reading

Bibliomania Exhibition Reception – October 1st at the George Peabody Library

Opening Reception & Curators’ Talk for “Bibliomania: 150 Years of Collecting Rare Books at the George Peabody Library” Sunday, October 1, 2017 3 p.m. reception, 4 p.m. program George Peabody Library This event is free by advance registration only. Register … Continue reading

Mining and Dining Workshop Series (Digital Humanities)

Curious about digital humanities (DH) tools, but don’t know where to begin? You’re not alone! In a survey last year, many graduate students told us that they don’t know enough about DH tools and methodologies. They wondered if text mining … Continue reading

Hugh Hawkins Fellow Michael Anfang on the History of Jewish Life at Hopkins

Growing up, I had never heard of Hopkins being a particularly Jewish school.  Jewish friends and family would always note the Jewish life at Penn, Columbia, or Cornell, and as I looked at colleges I took it as implied that … Continue reading

In A Hurry? Use Self-Checkout!

Want to check out a book?  Is there a line at the Service Desk?  Has the Service Desk closed for the evening?  No worries.  Use one of the library’s self-checkout options! Option 1:  Use your cell phone!  Download the free … Continue reading

Hopkins Prepares its Future Faculty

Apply now to the Teaching Academy Program! In response to the increasing demand for professional development opportunities to prepare our graduate students and postdoctoral fellows as future faculty, the Teaching Academy expanded this past year to offer its workshops and … Continue reading

Latin Hats & Latin Libraries: My Freshman Fellows Experience

My name is Lucy Massey and over the course of my Freshman year, I’ve had the opportunity to engage with several artifacts which illuminate the role of post-classical Latin (or Neo-Latin) in different historical contexts. Working with my mentor on … Continue reading

Shakespeare and Hamlet Through the Lens of Language: Final Reflection by Caroline West

Going on a college campus tour is a bit like watching a live-action commercial; by the end, it is not hard to feel as though you are being offered a product with the capacity to significantly improve your life. Of … Continue reading

House and Homewood, part II, by Faith Terry

Because I believe the issue of student apathy has been part of our history since the university’s founding, I didn’t think my final project would be complete without discussing the full evolution of student housing and its interaction with student … Continue reading