JHU Humanities Center
Humanities Center The Johns Hopkins University 3400 North Charles Street Gilman 213 Baltimore, Maryland 21218
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Between Nihilism and Faith: A Commentary on Either/OrEdited by Leonardo Lisi
From Guilt to Shame: Auschwitz and AfterBy Ruth Leys
How the West Was Won: Essays on Literary Imagination, the Canon and the Christian Middle Ages for Burcht PrangerBy Hent de Vries
Jesus among the Jews: Representation and ThoughtBy Neta Stahl
Knowledge of Life: Georges CanguilhemBy Paola Marrati
Minimal Theologies: Critiques of Secular Reason in Adorno and LevinasBy Hent de Vries
The Moment of CaravaggioBy Michael Fried
Why Photography Matters as Art as Never BeforeBy Michael Fried
Trauma: A GeneologyBy Ruth Leys
Look through some of the latest writings from our esteemed faculty on our Faculty Books page.
Great Books at Hopkins is a course designed for first-year undergraduates that examines some of the greatest works of the literary and philosophical tradition in Europe and the Americas.
Learn more (and watch a great video) here ».
Find out where our graduate students find their first jobs on the placement record page or visit the alumni section to see where they are right now.
The Humanities Center edits the Comparative Literature issue of Modern Language Notes. Visit the MLN page, which includes a call for submissions and a link to online editions.
Watch a video on Professor Emeritus Dick Macksey and his influence of generations of Johns Hopkins students
Read an article by Professor Emeritus Neil Hertz on his semester living in Ramallah and teaching at Al-Quds University.
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