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Why Did I Write This Book?

The answer is that I am on a mission, and missionaries, regardless of position, are driven.  They don't stop.

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Welcome to Hopkins Press
Today, we are launching our brand-new website. But more than that, we’re proud to unveil our renewed Press vision, mission, and values. Allow us to reintroduce ourselves. We at Hopkins Press envision a future where knowledge enriches the lives of every person...
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Just Lucky
By Paul A. Lombardo I began my book Three Generations, No Imbeciles: Eugenics, the Supreme Court and Buck v. Bell, with an account of my introduction to the Buck case in 1980, when I saw a newspaper story about a lawsuit brought by someone who had been...
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Practitioner Research
By Payam Sheikhattari, Michael T. Wright, Gillian B. Silver, Cyrilla van der Donk, and Bas van Lanen Social workers, nurses, and other health professionals want to improve the health and wellbeing of those around them. And they want to know if their work is...
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Thriving With Kidney Disease
By Walter A. Hunt, Ph.D. In 1997, I embarked on a journey that I dreaded taking, continuing a legacy that began over one hundred years ago. I inherited polycystic kidney disease, one that has been in my family for at least six generations. With this disease...
Thriving with Kidney Disease
Answers to Your Most Pressing Questions About COPD
By Donald A. Mahler, M.D. “When you can’t breathe, nothing else matters!” captures the daily challenges for many individuals living with COPD. When first diagnosed, the meaning of the four letters - COPD - is often a mystery and requires an explanation. As the...
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Celebrating "Ulysses"
By Patrick Hastings As we celebrate the centenary of the first edition publication of James Joyce's Ulysses on February 2nd, it is worth taking stock of the continued relevance of this novel to readers and scholars today. Joyce famously claimed that he had...
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Journal of Asian American Studies takes home CELJ Award
At the Modern Language Association's (MLA) annual conference earlier this month, the Council of Editors of Learned Journals (CELJ) announced the winners of their annual awards competition. We are thrilled to announce that the February 2021 issue of the Journal...
Panel from "To My 21-Year-Old Self" by By Thaomi Michelle Dinh and Bryan Dan Trinh
A Dry January Reading List
The practice of "Dry January", choosing to abstain from alcohol for the first month of the year, originated in the UK in 2013 and has become increasingly popular, particularly since the onset of Covid-19. During the last three years, many people have turned to...
Remembering Franklin Roosevelt's Wheelchair
By Sara Polak On his dedication of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial in Washington DC in 1997, President Bill Clinton said about FDR: “It was that faith in his own extraordinary potential that enabled him to guide his country from a wheelchair. And from that...