ICYMI: New & Notable Articles (13 May 2024)

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Each week, we collect the articles that we posted in the last week and put them all in one place, right here on the blog. So no worries if you missed an article we posted to Facebook, X/Twitter, Mastodon, Threads, Bluesky, Instagram and/or LinkedIn

Here they are, In Case You Missed It: 

From the Archives: An AAPI Heritage Month Reading List

 

We're celebrating Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month this May with a selection of recent journal articles spanning the Hopkins Press catalog. 

 

Featuring articles from Children's Literature Association Quarterly,  Journal of Asian American Studies, American Quarterly, Asian Perspective, Theatre Journal, Feminist Formations, Arizona Quarterly, Children's Literature Association Quarterly, and Bookbird on topics including pedagogies in Asian American studies; Filipino penal colonies; Kurdish and Korean diasporas; a symposium on Mel Gurtov's Engaging China; Lee Isaac Chung's Minari; the Asian American outdoors; and much more. 

 

Read free through 31 May


 

Excited Delirium: Why does this discredited term stick around?

 

In a new guest blog, Phoebe Friesen, PhD and Arjun Byju, MD examine the persistence of the discredited diagnosis "excited delirium" Their new article in Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology and its responses are all free to read through 31 May.

PRSA Maryland names Artisanal Intelligence "Best in Maryland"

The Public Relations Society of America Maryland Chapter recently awarded Artisanal Intelligence, the 2024 Hopkins Press Journals catalog, Best in Maryland in the publications category! 

Read all about the team work that made the dream work at our blog. 


 

A Web of Support for Black Women in Higher Education

Paris Wicker, Dorian L. McCoy, Rachelle Winkle-Wagner, and Imani Barnes

The Review of Higher Education
Volume 47, Number 1, Fall 2023

 

In a new guest blog post, "A Web of Support for Black Women in Higher Education," the authors of a new paper in The Review of Higher Education look at support networks Black women in STEM fields create to help each other persist. 

 

Read “A Web of Support: A Critical Narrative Analysis of Black Women’s Relationships in STEM Disciplines”  in The Review of Higher Education 47.1, Fall 2023 free through 31 May 2024


 

"All Things Visible and Invisible": Conceptual Art and Contemplation

Taylor Worley

Spiritus: A Journal of Christian Spirituality
Volume 23, Number 2, Fall 2023

 

Also from Spiritus

 

According to Sol LeWitt, conceptual art is not rational, and conceptual artists are mystics. 

 

In this issue, Taylor Worley delves into LeWitt's explorations of how artists develop ideas into their "fullest, most generative expression"

 

Read free thru 17 May


 

Screens as Anthropomorphic Interfaces:How AI Changes Shakespearean Theatrical Publics

Alexa Alice Joubin

Shakespeare Bulletin
Volume 41, Number 4, Winter 2023

 

In the new special issue of Shakespeare Bulletin, Alexa Alice Joubin discusses how AI is already affecting theatrical publics, and how it may extend its services in the future. 

 

Read free thru 17 May
 

Embracing What He Was “Taught to Shun”: Tracing Richard Wright’s Recommitment to His Grandmother’s Seventh-Day Adventist Faith

Donald Brown

Christianity & Literature
Volume 72, Number 4, December 2023

 

Richard Wright incorporated themes of religion within his work, influenced greatly by his fervent Seventh-day Adventist grandmother. 

 

Read more about the scholarship on how she marked his writing in the latest issue of Christianity & Literature, free through 17 May. 


 

Benjamin Franklin and the Poetics of the New Diplomacy

Kenneth Weisbrode

Eighteenth-Century Studies
Volume 57, Number 2, Winter 2024

 

Benjamin Franklin not only contributed to the discovery of electricity, but also to establishing a novel style of diplomatic representation Read about his reinvention of European diplomacy in the new issue of Eighteenth-Century Studies, free thru 17 May


 

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MLN Forum: Translators Reimagine Literary Citizenship in the Academy

Eleni Theodoropoulos and Bradley Harmon

MLN
Volume 138, Number 5, December 2023

 

How and when will translation receive recognition for its crucial role in the academic ecosystem? 

 

Spanning the Hopkins Press blog & 9 articles in a new special issue of MLN, it's a lively and thoughtful 10-scholar forum, open access for a year thru March 2025
 

Hopkins Press Podcast: Gabriela Lee on Reading Cinderella in the Philippines

 

We begin our third season of the Hopkins Press Podcast with an interview with speculative fiction author and children's literature scholar Gabriela Lee, whose recent article in Children’s Literature Association Quarterly, “When the Shoe Doesn't Fit: Reading Cinderella as Colonial Children's Literature in the Philippines” became a viral hit on the Hopkins Press social media earlier this year.  

 

Read her article, free through 31 May

 

When the Shoe Doesn't Fit: Reading Cinderella as Colonial Children's Literature in the Philippines

Gabriela Lee

Children's Literature Association Quarterly 
Volume 48, Number 2, Summer 2023 


 

NEW

Recently Released

Special Issue
Cover image of Digital Philology: A Journal of Medieval Cultures
Digital Philology: A Journal of Medieval Cultures
Executive Editor :

Deborah McGrady, University of Virginia

Cover image of Human Rights Quarterly
Human Rights Quarterly
Editor-in-Chief :

Bert B. Lockwood, Urban Morgan Institute for Human Rights, College of Law, University of Cincinnati

Special Issue
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South Central Review
Editor :

Richard J. Golsan, Texas A&M University

Cover image of Journal of Asian American Studies
Journal of Asian American Studies
Editors :

Rick Bonus, University of Washington, Seattle

Cover image of American Jewish History
American Jewish History
Editors :

Judah M. Cohen, Indiana University; Jessica Cooperman, Muhlenberg College; and  Marni Davis, Georgia State University

Cover image of The Sewanee Review
The Sewanee Review
Editor :

Adam Ross, The University of the South

Special Issue
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The SAIS Review of International Affairs
Editor-in-Chief :

Alexandra Huggins, Johns Hopkins University

Cover image of Journal of Modern Greek Studies
Journal of Modern Greek Studies
Editor :

Artemis Leontis, University of Michigan
Past Editor : Michael Herzfeld, Harvard University

Cover image of World Politics
World Politics
Editorial Chair :

Grigore Pop-Eleches 
Executive Editor : Emily W. Babson

 

Princeton University

 

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