In the News

Appling, Susan E. "Hopkins Nurses in World War I: Views From the Field."Johns Hopkins Nursing. Johns Hopkins University. Fall 2016.
Cipriano, Amanda. "Hopkins Opens 3rd Great War Exhibit for WWI's 100th Anniversary." Baltimore Watchdog. 22 Oct. 2016.
Evans Letocha, Phoebe, and Jennifer Kinniff. "Hopkins and the Great War." Maryland Humanities Council. 26 Oct. 2016.
Evans Letocha, Phoebe. "Women Veterans of World War I." Medical Heritage Library. 30 November 2016.
Hollmuller, Anne. "Hopkins and the Great War Examines the Past." The Johns Hopkins News-Letter. 22 Sept. 2016.
Pearce, Katie. "World War I Retrospective Explores the Johns Hopkins Experience at Home and Abroad." The Hub. Johns Hopkins University. 14 Sept. 2016.
Powder, Jackie. "Welch at War." Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health. Johns Hopkins University. Fall 2016.
Scarlett, Krista. "Hopkins and the Great War." Johns Hopkins Magazine. Vol. 68 No.4. Winter 2016.
Zajac, Mary K. "Exhibit Explores Impact of World War I on Hopkins." Johns Hopkins University Arts & Sciences Magazine. Fall 2016.


Exhibit Opening: Homewood Campus
Wednesday, September 14, 4:30-6:30 PM
Brody Learning Commons, Room 4040
Johns Hopkins University, 3400 North Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21218

Join us to celebrate the Homewood campus opening of the multi-campus exhibition Hopkins and the Great War. Dr. Alice Kelly, Women in the Humanities Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Oxford, will discuss The Backwash of War, the graphic and controversial memoir of Hopkins nurse Ellen La Motte, and its place in the broader context of First World War literature and the wartime avant-garde. A reception will follow, and attendees will have the opportunity to view the exhibit and meet the curators. Event is free and open to the public.

Ready to Serve: A Story of Hopkins Nurses in WWI
Friday, September 23, 1:00 - 2:30 PM
Alumni Auditorium (SON 140), School of Nursing Pinkard Building
525 N. Wolfe St.
Baltimore, MD 21205

The World War I nurses who served with Hopkins Base Hospital 18 come to life in this story drawn from their personal letters. Written and performed by Ellouise Schoettler. Event is free and open to the public.

Exhibit Opening: East Baltimore Campus
Tuesday, October 18, 4:30-7:00 PM
Welch Library Building Exhibition Gallery (2nd floor)
1900 East Monument St.
Baltimore, MD 21205

This event celebrates the East Baltimore opening of the multi-campus exhibition Hopkins and the Great War. The event will feature a talk by Marian Moser Jones, historian of medicine and World War I, titled "Dispatches from the Second Battlefield: Four Hopkins Nurses Tell Their World War I Stories." Attendees will also have the chance to meet the curators and explore the exhibition during the reception. Event is free and open to the public.