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2022's Most Read Journal Articles from Hopkins Press

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In the collection below, you will find a selection of 2022's most read articles from Hopkins Press Journals. The list reflects the breadth - and lifespan - of the scholarly research we publish. Topics range widely - the ongoing conflict in the Ukraineloneliness, critical race theory, and the history of nuclear energy are all among the most accessed research on Project MUSE in 2022. We invite you to explore the rich and relevant scholarship our 107 journals put forth. 

Journal of Democracy

What Putin Fears Most

Robert Person & Michael McFaul

Journal of Democracy
Volume 33, Number 2, April 2022


Journal of Women's History

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

Perspectives in Biology and Medicine


The Problem of Irreproducible Bioscience Research

Jeffrey S. Flier

Perspectives in Biology and Medicine
Volume 65, Number 3, Summer 2022

College Literature


Transnationalism and Anti-Globalism

Johannes Voelz

College Literature
Volume 44, Number 4, Fall 2017


Cultural Humility Versus Cultural Competence: A Critical Distinction in Defining Physician Training Outcomes in Multicultural Education

Melanie Tervalon & Jann Murray-García

Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved
Volume 9, Number 2, May 1998


Has Globalization Gone Too Far—or Not Far Enough?

Shantayanan Devarajan

Georgetown Journal of International Affairs
Volume 21, Fall 2020


Introduction: On Colonial Unknowing

Manu Vimalassery, Juliana Hu Pegues, and Alyosha Goldstein 

Theory & Event
Volume 19, Issue 4, 2016


Furniture, Sociability, and the Work of Leisure in Eighteenth Century France

Mimi Hellman

Eighteenth-Century Studies
Volume 32, Number 4, Summer 1999


MRAsians: A Convergence between Asian American Hypermasculine Ethnonationalism and the Manosphere

Angela Liu 

Journal of Asian American Studies
Volume 24, Number 1, February 2021


Dossier pédagogique: Edmond (Alexis Michalik, 2019)

Nathalie Degroult & Marie-Line Brunet

The French Review
Volume 93, Number 3, March 2020


Browsing through Bias:The Library of Congress Classification and Subject Headings for African American Studies and LGBTQIA Studies

Sara A. Howard & Steven A. Knowlton

Library Trends 
Volume 67, Number 1, Summer 2018


Where is the Racial Theory in Critical Race Theory?: A constructive criticism of the Crits

Nolan L. Cabrera

The Review of Higher Education
Volume 42, Number 1, Fall 2018


Key Concept: Loneliness

Valeria Motta

Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology 
Volume 28, Number 1, March 2021


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


Atomic Shocks of the Old: Putting Water at the Center of Nuclear Energy History

Per Högselius

Technology and Culture
Volume 63, Number 1, January 2022



Jay David Bolter & Richard Grusin

Volume 4, Number 3, Fall 1996


Militiawomen, Red Guards, and Images of Female Militancy in Maoist China

Juliane Noth

Twentieth-Century China
Volume 46, Number 2, May 2021


Ethical Concerns with Applied Behavior Analysis for Autism Spectrum “Disorder”

Daniel A. Wilkenfeld & Allison M. McCarthy

Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal
Volume 30, Number 1, March 2020


Rash Reading: Rethinking Virginia Woolf's On Being Ill

Sarah Pett

Literature and Medicine
Volume 37, Number 1, Spring 2019


Reimagining Qing Space: Yongzheng’s Eurasian Atlas (1727–29)

Mario Cams 

Late Imperial China
Volume 42, Number 1, June 2021
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