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I learned of the recent revelation that Mr. Johns Hopkins (1795-1873), long reputed to have been a staunch abolitionist, was in fact a slaveholder, along with the rest of the world. News of this nature has surfaced before at other premier...
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One essential thing I learned while writing Neighborhood of Fear was so much of what I studied related directly to contemporary American culture including the roots of so many practices and beliefs prevalent today – from consumer-centered...
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Joining the JHU Press Podcast today are Dr. Rob Shumaker and Professor Carl Jones. Dr. Rob Shumaker is an evolutionary biologist who currently serves at the President and CEO of the Indianapolis Zoo. Professor Carl Jones is a global hero whose...

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Mood disorders are considered a family illness for many reasons. Dealing with depression or bipolar disorder in a family – which is the focus of my new book, Helping Others with Depression – can be difficult and taxing to all members, often causing...
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We are all story tellers. Yes, even you. You are a storyteller whether you know it or not, whether you admit it or not. Answer this: when was the last time you told someone about an event that happened to you? You had a terrible day because _____ (...
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The third edition of Diversity’s Promise for Higher Education: Making It Work was already in press prior to the pandemic and, subsequently, the assault on the Capitol. While the book presaged these events, its core message remains relevant. The...
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