The refugee influx to Germany has challenged
institutions of higher education (HEI's) to develop programs and policies
that further support a diverse population of students. Building upon a small
number of published works focusing on this highly dynamic environment, we
present an analysis of two...
When Tony Williams became mayor of the District of Columbia in 1999, the city
faced stark economic, demographic, and geographic divisions. Neighborhoods
in the upper Northwestern quadrant, on Capitol Hill, and those adjacent to the
Montgomery and Prince George’s County borders had stable...
In 2015-2016 Germany was confronted with over 1 million
new refugees, which challenged public and private institutions alike, and
increasingly divided public sentiments. This paper investigates the
social/cultural, political, and economic dynamics as they were in Germany in
20015-2016 and in...
From September 2015 through January 2016, the staff of the Gelman Library Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) at The George Washington University (GW) participated in a staff-designed and -led professional development discussion series. The group met four times and included both SCRC staff...
This object includes an index of resolutions found in the Faculty Senate minutes binder for 1981-1982 academic year, representing resolutions for the preceding year 1980-1981. It may not include a complete index of resolutions for that year.
Integrating queer theory and ecocriticism, this essay reassesses the
historical manuscript contexts of Geoffrey Chaucer’s shortest poem,
commonly known as ‘Adam Scriveyn,’ while also reconsidering the text’s
varied afterlives in contemporary scholarship, including its manifestations
Description of panel at the Spring 2018 Meeting of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conferences: "Grow Your Role: Approaches to Special Collections Collaboration."
Special Collections has traditionally followed a specific model; tried and true approaches to building, sustaining, and providing...
The STC Macbeth’s setting and predominantly
multiethnic cast brought to mind Orson Welles’s landmark 1936 Macbeth which
was set in Haiti and featured an all-black cast. In both cases, the ethnicity
and race of the cast matched that of the characters and cultures in the
This collection of scholarly essays offers a new
understanding of local and global myths that have been constructed around
Shakespeare in theatre, cinema, and television from the nineteenth century to
the present. Drawing on a definition of myth as a powerful ideological
narrative, Local and...
On July 31, 2015, the Program on Extremism hosted a discussion on the threats and dynamics of the American and European foreign terrorist fighter (FTF) phenomenon. Director of CCHS Frank Cilluffo moderated a panel that included PoE Director Dr. Lorenzo Vidino, Director of the International Centre...