P U B L I C
P O L I C Y &
I N T E R N A T I O N A L
A F F A I R S
Matters of Taste
In the kitchen with Sid Mintz as he whips up a rather unusual
Thanksgiving feast--and laments the fact that Americans don't
take their food seriously.
Online Recipes - Good news for those
cooks who have been clamoring for the recipes prepared
by Professor Sidney Mintz!
In Short - Thinking about
Japan's future... why the president should be above the law... a
hilltop lecture... from welfare to work
S C I E N C E
& T E C H N O L O G
Blow, Bonnie, Blow!
By Sue De
Hopkins civil engineers take their research into the eye of the
storm in hopes of one day preventing some of the damage wrought
In Short - Ecologists take a
slice of life... the inner workings of the mitochondria... a leap
into the wireless realm of Public Health
C A M P U S E S
When Academics Meet the Press
Talking to the media is a little like doing the tango, say
Hopkins researchers who've been in the limelight. There are
several right ways but many more wrong ones.
In Short - Mourning at Public
Health... the value in very old trash... Tutorial Project
celebrates 40 years
H U M A N I T I E S
& T H E A R T
Santos: The Art of Devotion
From the Collection of Barbe Awalt (MA '76) and
In the 400 years since the Spanish introduced Catholicism to the
Southwest, artwork depicting saints and holy scenes has endured
as a focus for personal devotion.
In Short - Centuries-old
tapestries return to Peabody... "A Doll House," richly done...
preserving Cuba's patrimony... online journals pay off
H E A L T H
& M E D I C I N E
Women of War
By Joanne P.
"Uncle Sam Needs Nurses!" blared the military recruitment
brochures in 1941, and hundreds of Hopkins nurses heeded the
call. We bring you a few of their stories.
In Short - A genetic link to
schizophrenia... chlamydia and teens... X marks the spot in
prostate cancer... healthy signs... HIV's toll on women