Brandeis Magazine’s Spring issue has sprung

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Just in time for leisurely afternoons on the porch, the Spring issue of Brandeis Magazine is here, blooming with stories about fascinating alumni and faculty, as well as the latest news from campus.

Meet pediatrician Nadia Hashimi ’00, who explores her parents’ homeland, Afghanistan, by writing best-selling novels that capture the complex lives of that country’s women and children.

Step inside the home of environmental historian Brian Donahue ’82, MA’93, PhD’95, who has constructed a “slow-wood” house in central Massachusetts from local timber and stone.

Learn what U.S. and European experts are finding out about domestic jihadism in a Q&A with politics professor Jytte Klausen, who’s been studying the timely topic for a decade.

Finally, in the cover story, get the picture on how the Rose Art Museum launched a trio of curators who are remaking the museum world.

Look for the new issue in your mailbox, or read it online anytime.

Categories: Alumni, Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Research

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