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Interview with David Cohen, December 16, 2015
(Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 2015-12-16)
Dr. David Cohen is currently Emeritus Professor of History and Anthropology at the University of Michigan. While completing his Ph.D. in African history at the University of London, he joined the Johns Hopkins History ...
Interview with Susan Terranova, May 10, 2017
(Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 2017-05-10)
Susan Terranova ('76 BA, '77 MA SAIS) was a member of one of the first undergraduate classes to admit women and was the first woman to join the Johns Hopkins ROTC program. After graduating from the School of Advanced ...
Interview with Paul Quin, May 2, 2017
(Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 2017-05-02)
Paul Quin is a writer and designer who graduated from Hopkins in 1965 with a degree from the Writing Seminars. Quin notes Elliot Coleman, founder of the Writing Seminars in 1947, as an early teacher. During his undergraduate ...
Interview with Anne Pinkard, April 17, 2001
(Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 2001-04-17)
Anne "Nan" Pinkard was a trustee of Johns Hopkins University and Baltimore philanthropist. Pinkard was the first woman to be elected as a full member of the Johns Hopkins Hospital's board, and served as president of the ...
Interview with Gladys Burrell, June 15, 2017
(Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 2017-06-15)
Gladys Burrell, known as "Ms. Gladys" to Johns Hopkins students and staff, was a longtime food services worker on the Homewood campus. After 47 years working on the Homewood campus, she retired in 2017 from her last position ...
Interview with Charles Baughan, October 2, 2002
(Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 2002-10-02)
Charles "Zan" Baughan worked with the Johns Hopkins University libraries for more than 45 years, beginning in 1955. In this interview, Baughan recounts his years working at Johns Hopkins University and the changes he ...
Interview with Samuel Hopkins, May 10th, 2006
(Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 2006-05-10)
Samuel Hopkins was a Baltimore businessman, and advocate for preservation of Maryland historic sites. Hopkins was born and raised in Howard County and graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 1934. He was the great grand ...
Interview with Alexander Kossiakoff, March 14, 2000
(Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 2000-03-14)
In this interview, Kossiakoff discusses how he came to study and work at Johns Hopkins and some of the major initiatives at APL during his tenure.
Interview with James McPartland, October 29, 2015
(Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 2015-10-29)
Dr. James McPartland earned his B.A. and M.A. from Cornell before coming to Johns Hopkins, where he worked with Hopkins sociologist James Coleman and wrote his dissertation on the resegregation of schools. For years he ...
Interview with Karl Alexander, November 18, 2015
(Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 2015-11-18)
Dr. Karl Alexander is the John Dewey Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Founder and Director of the Thurgood Marshall Alliance. Before joining Johns Hopkins in 1971, he earned his B.A. from Temple University (1968) and ...