ICYMI: New & Notable Articles (27 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: 

Promotional tile for the Hopkins Press Podcast featuring a headshot of interviewee Helene Hedian and cover art from the Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, and the text:  The Hopkins Press Podcast  Season 3 press.jhu.edu/multimedia Dr. Helene Hedian What Patients Want in a Transgender Center: Building a Patient-Centered Program

HOPKINS PRESS PODCAST: Helene Hedian on Building Patient-Centered Trans Health Care

On this month's Hopkins Press Podcast, we talk with Helene Hedian, MD,  Director of Clinical Education, Center for Transgender and Gender Expansive Health, discussing data in a new study published in the February 2024 edition of Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved,"What Patients Want in a Transgender Center:Building a Patient-Centered Program."

Dr. Helene Hedian is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the Director of Clinical Education at the Johns Hopkins Center for Transgender and Gender Expansive Health, and the Assistant Vice Chair for LGBTQ+ Equity and Education in the Department of Medicine. Her academic interests include internal medicine, medical education, and the specific health needs of LGBTQ patients. 

For further reading, see “What Patients Want in a Transgender Center:Building a Patient-Centered Program” for free in Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved  through 30 June 2024
 

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What Patients Want in a Transgender Center: Building a Patient-Centered Program

Helene F. Hedian, MD, Paula M. Neira, MSN, JD, RN, CEN, Devin Coon, MD, MSE, Joshua Schwarz, PhD, Joseph Cofrancesco Jr, MD, MPH, and Brandyn D. Lau, MPH 

Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved
Volume 35, Number 1, February 2024

As featured in the Hopkins Press Podcast, Helene Hedian and her colleagues discuss the findings of a 2016 study that shares how Johns Hopkins Center for Transgender and Gender Expansive Health assessed patients' perceptions of health care organizations that provide gender-affirming care.

Read free in Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved thru 30 June
 

Transgender Men and Non-Binary Students Managing Their Identities to Pay for College

Alex C. Lange

Review of Higher Education
Ahead of print, 2024

Compared to previous generations, U.S. college students must increasingly rely on non-government sources of money to pay for college. Yet, paying for college looks markedly different for students from marginalized communities, given historical exclusion and inequitable access to financial capital. 

Using data from a longitudinal study of transgender men and non-binary students, this study argues that identity management is a key tactic these students use to pay for college and navigate competing financial priorities. Ultimately, this study can help researchers and policymakers better address issues of affordability, while more clearly understanding the unique nature of identity management for transgender students.

Read free in Review of Higher Education thru 30 June
 

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Identifying White Mediocrity and Know-Your-Place Aggression: A Form of Self-Care

Koritha Mitchell

African American Review
Volume 51, Number 4, Winter 2018

Koritha Mitchell explores what she calls “know-your-place aggression” in African American Review, now available to read free thru 14 June

Explore further with a new interview with Dr. Mitchell in Public Books.


 

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.

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Fluid Bodies: Wet Nurses and Breastmilk Anxieties in Eighteenth-Century Madrid

Celia Crifasi

Journal of Women's History
Volume 35, Number 1, Spring 2023

Celia Crifasi’s “Fluid Bodies: Wet Nurses and Breastmilk Anxieties in 18th-Century Madrid” recently won the 2024 Barbara “Penny” Kanner Award from the Western Association of Women Historians

Centering the voices of women seeing employment as wet nurses in late 18th-century Madrid via ads they placed in newspapers, Crifasi reconsiders what we know about breastmilk and early modern bodies

Read free in Journal of Women's History thru 14 June
 

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Child-Mothers and Invisible Fathers: The Paradox of "Precocious Maternity" and the Pervasiveness of Child Sexual Abuse in Nineteenth-Century America

Courtney E. Thompson

Journal of Women's History
Volume 34, Number 4, Winter 2022

Courtney Thompson’s “Child-Mothers and Invisible Fathers: The Paradox of ‘Precocious Maternity’ and the Pervasiveness of Child Sexual Abuse in Nineteenth-Century America” has won Nursing Clio’s Best Article Prize of 2023.

Thompson’s essay investigates the paradox of the "child-mother" to reveal the intersection of race, gender, sexuality, and age in 19th century culture and medicine, the instability of the categories of childhood and adulthood, and the erasure of child sexual abuse in history,

Read free in Journal of Women's History thru 14 June
 

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


 

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"To Measure is All We Know": William Carlos Williams and the Science of Measurement

Christian R. Gelder

Modernism/modernity
Volume 30, Number 3, September 2023

In order to appreciate William Carlos Williams' much-critiqued definition of “measure,” one must first understand how the science of measurement appeared in works by contemporaneous critics.

Read free in Modernism/modernity thru 31 May 
 

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"One of the Grand Works of the World": Walt Whitman's Advocacy for the Brooklyn Waterworks, 1856–59

Stephanie M. Blalock, Kevin McMullen, Stefan Schöberlein, and Jason Stacy

Technology and Culture
Volume 65, Number 1, January 2024

Walt Whitman may be known as the “poet of America,” but fewer know about his contributions to bringing the Brooklyn Waterworks project out of obscurity through advocacy journalism.

 

Read more about his efforts in Technology and Culture, free thru 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


 

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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 


 

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