Department: Insights Archive


More Faculty Books

Issue: Spring 2015

See what our faculty members have recently published.

Unraveling the True Machiavelli

Issue: Spring 2015

Niccoló Machiavelli gets a bum rap, charges Christopher Celenza, chairman of the Department of Classics and Charles Homer Haskins Professor, in his new book, Machiavelli: A Portrait.

Getting Hands-on with Ancient Greece

Issue: Spring 2015

Recreating Ancient Greek Ceramics isn’t a conventional class; it is a new hands-on course in experiential archaeology.

More Faculty Books

Issue: Fall 2014

What's new on the bookshelves from Krieger School faculty.

Finding Fitzgerald

Issue: Fall 2014

John Irwin's new book, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Fiction: “An Almost Theatrical Innocence,” was published earlier this year by Johns Hopkins University Press.

Krieger School Awarded Department of Education Grant

Issue: Fall 2014

The $960,000 grant of Title VI funding will be used to support undergraduate and graduate students who are studying modern foreign languages and international studies.

Clear Thinking About Brain Injuries

Issue: Fall 2014

Linda Gorman's upper-level undergraduate course Brain Injury and Recovery of Function is designed to keep students on the cutting edge of the field.

More Faculty Books

Issue: Spring 2014

What's new on the bookshelves from Krieger School faculty.

After Apartheid

Issue: Spring 2014

Katherine Newman's new book is a penetrating and poignant exploration of race, prosperity, class, identity, and the shifting soil of hope, 20 years after the first free election.

Learning from History

Issue: Spring 2014

Political science professor Steven Teles teaches a class called Policy Errors, Mistakes and Disasters: Learning from Failure.