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What Journals are making news headlines? What scholarly research is being most viewed right now? Check out our recent press highlights and What's Up: this month's trending journal content. 

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Journals in the News

06/20/22: Scholarship by Thomas Brudholm on the concept of apology in Social Research is referenced in The Conversation. 

06/14/22: The Conversation cites research about Covid-19 graphic medicine published in Perspectives in Biology and Medicine.

 

06/06/22: Fast Company notes C. Fred Alford's research on whistle-blower narratives published in the Social Research.

05/11/22: Paul Vasey cites research from Perspectives in Biology & Medicine in his op/ed on recognizing Western concepts of sex and gender in Newsweek.

What's Up : A selection of this month's most viewed Hopkins Press Journal articles on Project MUSE

 

1. What Putin Fears Most
Robert Person and Michael McFaul
Journal of Democracy, Volume 33, Number 2, April 2022
2. Reimagining Qing Space: Yongzheng’s Eurasian Atlas (1727–29)
Mario Cams
Late Imperial China, Volume 42, Number 1, June 2021
3. Following the Money: Wealthy Women, Feminism, and the American Suffrage Movement
Joan Marie Johnson
Journal of Women's History, Volume 27, Number 4, Winter 2015
4. White Coats, White Hoods: The Medical Politics of the Ku Klux Klan in 1920s America
Jacqueline Antonovich
Bulletin of the History of Medicine, Volume 95, Number 4, Winter 2021
5. Dysfunction and the Definition of Mental Disorder in the DSM
Anne-Marie Gagné-Julien
Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology, Volume 28, Number 4, December 2021
6. Measuring Diplomatic Capacity as a Source of National Power
Carla Freeman, Tori Hill, Aspasea McKenna, Stephanie Papa, and Mark White
SAIS Review of International Affairs, Volume 40, Number 1, Winter-Spring 2020
7. MRAsians: A Converegence between Asian American Hypermasculine Ethnonationalism and the Manosphere
Angela Liu
Journal of Asian American StudiesVolume 24, Number 1, February 2021
8. Has Globalization Gone Too Far—or Not Far Enough?
Shantayanan Devarajan
Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Volume 21, Number 1, Fall 2020
9. The Role of Administrative and Academic Leadership in Advancing Faculty Diversity
Damani K. White-Lewis
The Review of Higher Education, Volume 45, Number 3, Spring 2022
10. Radical Change Theory, Youth Information Behavior, and School Libraries
Eliza T. Dresang and Kyungwon Koh
Library Trends, Volume 58, Number 1, Summer 2009