In the Summer 2011 issue
Man in the Middle
By Michael Anft
Atheists and religious fanatics are equally wrong about God, argues professor William Egginton in a new book. Just a little belief, he says, means a lot.
“Mom! It’s Ballet!”
By Dale Keiger, A&S ’11 (MLA)
Last fall, Peabody Dance began training a troupe of little boys in ballet. By spring, they had discipline, moves, and a new French vocabulary.
The Johns Hopkins Magazine Not-Exactly-What-You’d-Call-Breezy Summer Reading List
By Michael Anft, Ann Finkbeiner, Dale Keiger, Gadi Dechter, A&S ’03 (MA), Kristen Intlekofer, Hollis Robbins
Although they may require a little effort, these six summer reads are well worth the time.
Oh, the Places They Go
By Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson
Thinking about a trip this summer? We travel — vicariously, at least — with Johns Hopkins faculty to Cuba, Germany, Syria, Nepal, and Italy.
- The Big Question: Which “Human” Tasks Can’t Artificial Intelligence Do?
- Editor’s Note: Seriously Summer
- Letters: The Wild West
- Essay: In Plain Sight
- Golomb’s Gambits: Deranged!
- Wholly Hopkins: Matters of note from around Johns Hopkins
- Film: Tales unadorned and told from the bottom up
- History of Science: In alchemy’s defense
- Medicine: Mistakes noted
- Arts and Sciences: The poetic subversion of capitalism
- Weird Physics: Death Valley’s walking rocks
- Recordings: Guitar, voice, flute, and more guitar
- Medicine: Edward Miller to retire
- Public Health: Speaking of violence
- University: Preserving research universities’ “vital triad”
- Alumni News & Notes
- Golomb’s Solutions
- How To: Succeed at Johns Hopkins