More than 50 publications match these criteria. The 50 most recent are shown below. To find older publications, please try a more specific search.
Oriana Skylar Mastro. "Is China A Global Military Power?." Oriana Skylar Mastro, CSIS, China Power Project, 2016.
Shiloh Krupar and Sarah Kanouse. "National Toxic Land/Labor Conservation Service." "People’s Atlas of the Cold War" and “National Cold War Monuments and Environmental Heritage Trail,” Monument to Cold War Victory Competition Finalist, The Committee for Tacit History, NY , 2016.
Natsu Onoda Power. "The T Party." Company One Theatre, Boston, 2016. Forum Theatre, Washington DC, 2012; 2014. Georgetown University, 2008., 2016.
Oriana Skylar Mastro. "Why Chinese Assertiveness is Here to Stay." Talk given at Observer Research Foundation (ORF), New Delhi, India., 2015.
Oriana Skylar Mastro. "Is the Long Peace Possible in Asia? How Does China See the Future of War?." New America and ASU Annual Conference on the Future of War, February 25, 2015.
Christine Evans. "Can’t Complain." Spooky Action, Washington, DC, World premiere scheduled for October, 2015.
Daniel Kaniewski. "C-SPAN appearances." Prof Daniel Kaniewski’s C-SPAN appearances, 2015.
Karel Capek, Natsu Onoda Power. "War with the Newts." Georgetown University, 2015., 2015.
Vittone S. "Access, Quality and Advocacy in Healthcare." http://ce.nurse.com/course/web241/access-quality-and-advocacy-in-healthcare/, 2014.
David Ebenbach. "The Reality Principle." A 10-minute play. Selected by Lakeshore Players and given full production at their annual 10-Minute Play Festival (White Bear Lake, MN)., 2014.
Natsu Onoda Power. "On the Origin of Species: A Nautical Melodrama.." Adapted from Charles Darwin. Georgetown University. , 2014.
Oriana Skylar Mastro . "Can the U.S. and China Build a New Model of Major Power Relations?." Can the U.S. and China Build a New Model of Major Power Relations? Talk given at the Woodrow Wilson Center. , 2013.
David Ebenbach. "King of the Stoop." A full-length play. Selected and given a partial staged reading at the Free Fall Baltimore festival (Baltimore, MD)., 2013.
David Ebenbach. "Role, Playing." A 10-minute play. Winner in 10-minute play category for Chameleon Theatre Circle’s 14th Annual New Play Contest; given a staged reading at their New Play Festival (MN)., 2013.
Christine Evans. "You are Dead. You are Here.." PlayMakers Repertory Company, Chapel Hill, North Carolina (scheduled 2015); Cape Fear Regional Theatre, Fayetteville, North Carolina (scheduled 2015); HERE Arts, Equity Showcase, New York, 2013.
Georges Méliès, Natsu Onoda Power. "A Trip to the Moon." Synetic Theatre, 2013.
Anna Harwell Celenza. "Pictures at an Exhibition (script)." Script for Family Concert/Narrative performed by the Gettysburg College Symphony Orchestra. Directed by Alexander Kahn. Majestic Theater, Gettysburg, PA, 2012.
Granitto, M.. "Acute Coronary Syndrome: Where are we today?." Presentation at The Society of Chest Pain Centers 15th Annual Congress in Orlando, Florida May, 2012.
Marcia Chatelain. ""Girl Scouts of Western Oklahoma Centennial Traveling Exhibit"." Chatelain, Marcia, "Girl Scouts of Western Oklahoma Centennial Traveling Exhibit," 2012., 2012.
Peter Charles. "New and Related Work: Screens & Sculpture." Peter Charles, One-Person Exhibition, NEW AND RELATED WORK, Cross Mackenzie Gallery, Washington, DC. This solo show is scheduled for Mach 2012., 2012.
José Casanova. "Social Change and Religious Dynamics: Pre-Axial, Axial, Post-Axial." Sociology of Religion, 2012.
Natsu Onoda Power. "Astro Boy and the God of Comics." Writer/ Director. Studio Theatre, Washington DC, 2012. Company One, Boston, 2014., 2012.
Anna Harwell Celenza, Director. "Igor Stravinsky’s A Soldier’s Tale." Director of fully staged, collaborative, professional production with GU Department of Performing Arts and the PostClassical Ensemble., 2011.
John Morrell et. al.. "Concealment and Disclosure." Group exhibition of sixty-nine artists in all media, curated by Jeff Miller and invitational committee. Atlantic Gallery, 135 West 29th St, Suite 601, New York, NY 10001, June 21 - July 23, 2011.
Shashwati Talukdar, P. Kerim Friedman. "Please Don’t Beat Me, Sir!." DVD, 2011, 2011.
John Morrell. "Urban Nature, Selected Recent Work by John Morrell." J. Morrell, One-person exhibition of drawings and paintings, curated by Bruce McKaig, Capitol Hill Arts Workshop,547 7th Street SE, Washington, DC 20003, July 2 - August 3 , 2011.
Shiloh Krupar and Sarah Kanouse. "The National Toxic Land/Labor Conservation Service." http://www.flawedart.net/ecocultures/index.html AND http://theiwt.com/index.php, 2011.
Michael Pollan, Natsu Onoda Power. "The Omnivore’s Dilemma." Adapted from Michael Pollan. Georgetown University, 2011, 2011.
John Morrell et. al.. "Art Faculty Exhibition." A group exhibition of fourteen faculty artists in Georgetown University’s Department of Art and Art History. Lucille and Richard Spagnuolo Gallery, Georgetown University, 1221 36th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20057, Deptember 8 - October 16, 2010.
John Morrell. "John Morrell - Here and Then." J. Morrell. One-person exhibition:John Morrell Here and Then. Addison-Ripley Fine Arts Gallery. Washington, D.C. June 12 - July 17, 2010.
Christine Evans. "Fishbowl." Red Fern, "+30 NYC," New York, 2010; Boston Theater Marathon, 2010.
Christine Evans. "Trojan Barbie." The Arches, West End College, Glasgow, 2014; Trinity College St. David, Wales (World premiere, Welsh translation), 2014; King’s College, London, 2014; Gustavus Adelphi, Minnesota, 2013; Governor’s School for the Arts, Virginia, 2013; CrossArts/Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia, 2013; Ealing’s Playhouse, UK, 2013; Davis Center for Performing Arts, Georgetown University, 2013; Garage Theater, Long Beach, California, 2012; University of California-Santa Barbara, 2012; Charing Cross Theatre, London, 2011; Playbox Theatre, Warwick, UK, 2011; University of New England, Maine, 2011; University of New Hampshire, 2010; American Repertory Theatre (A.R.T.), March, 2009.
Michel Foucault, Natsu Onoda Power. "Madness and Civilization ." Georgetown University, 2009.
Lisa Strong. "Sentimental Journey: The Art of Alfred Jacob Miller ." Guest Curator, Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas, September 20, 2008–January 11, 2009; Joslyn Museum of Art, Omaha, Nebraska, February 7–May 10, 2009.
Peter Charles. "Gallery Artist Group Exhibition." Gallery Artist Group Exhibition, David Findlay Gallery, New York, NY, Gallery Artists, Spring, 2009.
John Morrell. "American Landscapes - In the Footsteps of a Tradition." J. Morrell, One-person Exhibition,"John Morrell, American Landscapes – In the Footsteps of a Tradition", Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY, October 29 – November 22, 2008.
Tsuruya Namboku, Natsu Onoda Power. "Revenge of the Poisoned Ladies." Capital Fringe Festival , 2008.
Adonis E. Hoffman. "Responsible Marketing and Advertising--Speech to the Advertising Industry." Advertising Age, Special Report, March 2007, 2007.
Osamu Tezuka, Natsu Onoda Power. "Trees and Ghosts." Georgetown University , 2007.
Leo Lionni, Natsu Onoda Power. "Swimmy and Other Stories." Georgetown University , 2007.
Christine Evans. "Weightless." Perishable Theatre, Providence, 2007.
Peter Charles and Others. "Group Show of Gallery & Invited Artists." Kim Foster Gallery, NY, July 7-29, Group Show of Gallery & Invited Artists, 2006.
Peter Charles. "’Houses’." "HOUSES", One-Person Exhibition, Irvine Contemporary Art, Washington, DC, March 4 - April 16 Irvine Contemporary Art, Washington, DC, March 4 - April 16, 2005.
Peter Charles. "PETER CHARLES: Oil Paints on Steel." One-Person Exhibition, David Findlay Gallery, New York, NY, June 29-August 15, 2005.
Christine Evans. "The Doll Hospital." University of San Francisco/Brava! For Women in the Arts, 2004.
Christine Evans. "Slow Falling Bird." Davis Center for the Performing Arts, Georgetown University (Scheduled March 2015); University of San Francisco (Scheduled October 2014); Darwin Theatre Company, Australia, 2013; MetroArts, Brisbane, Australia, 2007; Crowded Fire Theatre, San Francisco, 2005; Monash University, Australia, 2004.
Christine Evans. "All Souls’ Day." Boston Theater Marathon, 2007; Perishable Theater, Providence, 2002; Actors Theatre of Sonoma, 2003.
Christine Evans. "Pussy Boy." Belvoir St. Theatre, Sydney, Australia, 2002.
Christine Evans. "Mothergun." Wheaton College, Massachusetts, 2008; Emergency Theater Project, Midtown International Theatre Festival, New York, 2007; HERE: Lincoln Center Directors Lab, New York, 2002; Samuel French Off-Off Broadway One-Act Play Festival, New York, 2001; Perishable Theater, Women’s Playwriting Festival, Providence, 2001.
Christine Evans. "My Vicious Angel." Adelaide International Festival of the Arts, Australia, 2000; Belvoir St. Theater, Sydney, Australia, 1999; ABC Radio Drama Adaptation, 1999; Vitalstatistix National Women’s Theatre, Adelaide, Australia, 1998.