MARS: Recent submissions

  • Mattson, Janna; Kirker, Maoria J.; Oberlies, Mary K.; Byrd, Jason (ACRL, 2017-02)
    Based on a desire to examine librarian teaching identity within the context of our institution, we sat down as colleagues to participate in a structured dialogue to explore the meaning of being a teacher-librarian. Our ...
  • Grimm, Stephanie; Kardambikis, Christopher; Moon, Becca (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Library, 2017-08)
    “Process Logs” highlights five Navigation Press artists and their completed prints, as well as the often-invisible practices behind the finished work. The exhibition also introduces the many behind-the-scenes printmaking ...
  • Navab, Nasrin; Navab, Nahid; Moon, Becca (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries, 2017-02)
    Sisters Nahid and Nasrin Navab are two DC-based Iranian-American artists. They express their love for literature, art, freedom of expression and social justice through the creation of Flying Words, a collection of drawings, ...
  • Moon, Becca; Vay, Robert (Mason Publishing, George Mason University Libraries, 2017-05)
    British dramatist W. S. Gilbert and composer Arthur Sullivan were perhaps the most popular and influential collaboration in the history of musical theatre. Their famous comic operas — including H.M.S. Pinafore, The Pirates ...
  • Smith, Anne; Whipkey, Nikki Burgnoli; Mack, M; Martínez, Marcos; Moon, Becca (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries, 2016-10)
    The theme for Call & Response 2016 is CURRENTS, in conversation with the College of Visual and Performing Art’s 100th Meridian Project, an interdisciplinary multimedia arts and science project investigating drought and the ...
  • Moon, Becca; Stevens, Jen; Coniglio, Jamie (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries, 2016-09)
    A long standing mission of the library is to gather and preserve information, artifacts, and data in order to make them available for future use. The contemporary library, however, must be more than just a repository. Due ...
  • End Cycle 
    Kardambikis, Christopher; Moon, Becca (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries, 2016-11)
    A collection of books as travelogue. Books as time capsules that reveal how images are built and rebuilt. Books that contain multiple spaces, all folded up and overlapping and spilling out. END CYCLE is a show of 23 books ...
  • Mullen, Lincoln A.; Bendroth, Margaret; Kidd, Thomas; Harper, Keith; Prichard, Robert W. (Fides et History, 2017)
  • Van Meer, James X
    This final project and thesis describe gun violence in America through a statistical lens, emphasizing the implementation of graphic design to evoke a response from the audience. Advanced typography, grid design, vector ...
  • Mitchell, Christopher (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2000-08)
    “This Working Paper is a model of using an in-depth, hands-on account of a specific case to explore and expand a body of theories and to test the efficacy of specific practices. Among the questions Mitchell considers are ...
  • Vraneski, Ariella; Richter, Ravit (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2002-05)
    “The mass media is part and parcel of modern life. In recent years environmental conflicts have increasingly become part of the public agenda, and they now gain vast media coverage. While all agree that fully functioning ...
  • Riegg, Natalya Tovmasyan (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2001-06)
    “Natalya Tovmasyan Riegg has been a Visiting Fellow at the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (ICAR) and a Research Fellow at the National Peace Foundation since 1999. This Working Paper reflects her thinking ...
  • Grotophorst, Clyde (2014-01-09)
    These are the slides of a presentation delivered to the University Academic Council during January, 2014. The purpose of the presentation was to explain the library's vision and rationale for the Mason Publishing Program ...
  • Lanza, Beverly (2017-05)
    The Potomac River basin is home to more than six million residents and has experienced moderate and severe droughts in the past (e.g., 1930, 1966, 1999, and 2002). With population growth and consequential increasing water ...
  • Oquaye, Mike (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2001-06)
    “The topic of protracted conflict in Africa and what might be done about it has exercised some of the best minds in the field of conflict research for a number of decades, and has become an even more urgent problem with ...
  • Lyons, Terrence (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2002-02)
    “Outcomes of transitional periods after peace agreements to halt civil wars are critical to sustaining peace and providing the basis for a long-term process of democratization. Understanding these transitional processes ...
  • Cobb, Sarah (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2004)
    This paper attempts to provide a normative basis for mediation that will hopefully complicate our ethical understanding of this practice. Specifically, I will elaborate a critique of ‘recognition,’ following Oliver (2000), ...
  • Paczynska, Agnieszka (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2004-02)
    “The economic changes brought on by globalization imply a fundamental restructuring of the relationship between the state and society, a transformation that inherently generates conflicts. Everyone has been affected by ...
  • Sandole, Dennis J. D. (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2001-06)
    “Dr. Dennis Sandole has long been interested in questions of peace and security and has published a range of empirical and theoretically oriented studies on the subject. This current Working Paper represents a report on ...
  • Midgley, J. R. (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2002-02)
    “The extraordinary transition in South Africa has received well-deserved attention. Midgley tells a less well-known part of the story relating to the work by members of a collection of Peace Committees acting to manage and ...

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