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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

11/26/22:  Maia Szalavitz's essay on addiction and pain published in Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics  is noted in Salon.


11/23/22:  "As a case study in how to implement organisational change, Elon Musk’s actions at Twitter will go down as the gold standard in what not to do."  Research on Silicon Valley's "tech bro masculinity" in Theory & Event is noted by Libby Sander in The Conversation.

11/10/22: Research on the health benefits of narrative and journaling by James Pennebaker published in Literature and Medicine is noted in Psychology Today



11/08/22: Scholarship by Joshua A. Tucker, Yannis Theocharis, Margaret E. Roberts, and Pablo Barberá on social media and democracy published in the Journal of Democracy is noted in The Conversation.

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



1. Furniture, Sociability, and the Work of Leisure in Eighteenth-Century France
Mimi Hellman
Eighteenth-Century Studies, Volume 32, Number 4, Summer 1999
2. How India's Ruling Party Erodes Democracy
Ashutosh Varshney
Journal of Democracy, Volume 33, Number 4, October 2022
3. Cultural Humility Versus Cultural Competence: A Critical Distinction in Defining Physician Training Outcomes in Multicultural Education
Melanie Tervalon and Jann Murray-García
Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, Volume 9, Number 2, May 1998
4. Compulsory Heterosexuality and Lesbian Existence (1980)
Adrienne Rich
Journal of Women's History, Volume 15, Number 3, Autumn 2003
5. The Problem of Irreproducible Bioscience Research
Jeffrey S. Flier
Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, Volume 65, Number 3, Summer 2022
6. Women of Color Undergraduate Students’ Experiences with Campus Sexual Assault: An Intersectional Analysis
Jessica C. Harris
The Review of Higher Education, Volume 44, Number 1, Fall 2020
7. Has Globalization Gone Too Far—or Not Far Enough?
Shantayanan Devarajan
Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Volume 21, Fall 2020
8. Identifying White Mediocrity and Know-Your-Place Aggression: A Form of Self-Care
Koritha Mitchell
African American Review, Volume 51, Number 4, Winter 2018
9. What Is Cancer?
Daniel M. Hausman
Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, Volume 62, Number 4, Autumn 2019
10. Transnationalism and Anti-Globalism
Johannes Voelz
College Literature, Volume 44, Number 4, Fall 2017




















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