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Technology Policy TalksTechnology Policy with Michael Nelson
Tuesday, November 4
6-7:30pm
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Technology Policy with Michael Nelson
Tuesday, November 11
6-7:30pm
RSVP: go.gwu.edu/TechPolicy1

Professor Brett Berlin will host this two part series on technology policy and the future.  His first guest speaker, Professor Michael Nelson, will discuss the evolution of the Internet from its early days to policy implications today.  The following week Professor Berlin will be joined by Thomas Kalil for a discussion on the future of internet and technology policy.

Michael Nelson is an adjunct professor of Internet Studies in Georgetown University’s Communication, Culture and Technology Program where he engages in research and teaching on the “The Future of the Internet” and related technology trends.

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Lit Review How To Boot Camp

Tuesday, November 11 (Veteran's Day)

Are you a graduate student working on a literature review for a thesis or dissertation?  Get serious about your scholarship by attending these 30-minute workshops to learn tips that will save you time and sanity.  Our Veteran's Day "Boot Camp" offers several popular workshops together - attend one or all.

All sessions will take place in Gelman Library, Room 219.  Please bring your own computer.  Kids off school? Quiet and happily occupied offspring are welcome.

10am - Citation Management
10:30am - Citation Chasing
11am - How to Stay Current in Your Field
11:30am - Dissertations and Theses Online

2pm - Citation Chasing
2:30pm - Citation Management
3pm - Dissertations and Theses Online
3:30pm - Searching WorldCat
4pm - How to Stay Current in Your Field

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Scholarly Research, Writing, and Publishing 25 Years After the Collapse of Communism

Thursday, November 6
1-2:30pm
Gelman Room 702

Moderated by the Executive Director of the National Security Archive, this panel will explore how scholarly research on Russia/the former Soviet Union & Central/Eastern Europe has changed over the last 25 years.   What are the current challenges, successes, and failures in this rich area of interdisciplinary study?  

Panelists will explore how changes in access to documents, archives, historical figures and other scholars have affected study of this region.  They will also discuss how the views and perspective of researchers and scholars have changed due to changing circumstances and the passage of time.  

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Writing & Publishing in LGBT StudiesFriday, October 31
Noon-1:30pm
Gelman Library Room 702

Join us for a panel discussion of the important and emerging interdisciplinary field of Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay.and Transgender (LGBT) Studies.  Scholars from multiple disciplines, including Nursing, English, Psychology, and Womens' Studies, will address topics related to research, authorship, and publishing.  Panelists will share their experiences on the editorial boards of journals as well as in their own prolific publishing and research.  This panel is part of the continuing Strategies in Interdisciplinary Publishing Series sponsored by GW Libraries. 

Moderated by Jonathan Hsy, Associate Professor of English

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Are you a fan of D.C.'s homegrown hardcore punk scene, or the late great Chuck Brown? Come to the 7th floor of Gelman to see the exhibit "Hear in DC: Vernacular Music in the Nation's Capital," featuring historic photos, LPs, and promotional materials for bands that got their start in D.C. The exhibit includes folk, blues, bluegrass, punk, and go-go musicians, featuring items from performers such as Mississippi John Hurt, Flatt and Scruggs, and Fugazi, all part of the new D.C. Vernacular Music Archive at GW.

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